Precision Law Center – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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29 thoughts on “Precision Law Center – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?”

  1. I have been sent this flyer by Precision Law Center. This is the kind of flyer that all consummers that have been having trouble with their morgages, foreclosers, short sale and trying to get modifications.I called the number and spoke with a consultant. I was asked to answer a lot of questions to see if there was any fraud by the bank when I was applying for my 2 loans. Afterwords I was called back and said that their was numerous fraud taking place when the loans were put together. I was asked to send, as soon as possible, numerous documents to them to see if they could be of help. I sent them the documents and was told that in order to stop a forecloser on one of my houses I would have to fax over to them the engagment package alone with a canceled check so that they could do an E check. The amount they were going to charge me for the one property that was in for forecloser $4.250.00 I did not have this kind of money. I have an annutity and I pulled money from it and let them know. After that they were calling m all of the time. I got spooked and decided to check and see if they were in the Better BusBureal. They were not. I started looking on the internet to see if there was anything about this company.I found this site. I was able to find this out before I had sent them any money. They are still trying to contact me. I really hope that there is help out there for people like me that were put into Option ARM loans and told that it was an great loan.

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  2. I got a notice from Precision back in the first part of June, but did not make any contain until mid June.  I left my name with the company who did call back and I talked for several minutes with one of their attorneys named Bob LaChat who turns out not be listed with the California Bar, but in a carefully designed website listed the name of one of their attorneys has James Palmer who was listed, but Tustin, Ca. not South Coast Metro,Ca. A big flag went up having lived in that part of the state, I never heard of South Coast Metro. The use of The 60 Minutes’ piece was very convincing since I had seen that program myself, but it never hurts to double check, especially something as good as what good ol’ Bob was offering.

    Not a gambler in Las Vegas

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  3. I got a notice from Precision back in the first part of June, but did not make any contain until mid June.  I left my name with the company who did call back and I talked for several minutes with one of their attorneys named Bob LaChat who turns out not be listed with the California Bar, but in a carefully designed website listed the name of one of their attorneys has James Palmer who was listed, but Tustin, Ca. not South Coast Metro,Ca. A big flag went up having lived in that part of the state, I never heard of South Coast Metro. The use of The 60 Minutes’ piece was very convincing since I had seen that program myself, but it never hurts to double check, especially something as good as what good ol’ Bob was offering.

    Not a gambler in Las Vegas

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    • South Coast Metro is a Wannabe City That is Part Coasta Mesa and Part Santa Ana.  For Several Years now the wealthier parts of both cities are attempting to unite and separate from their run down neighbors.  While Not Official, The Post Office Does Recognize and will deliver to the proper addresses with the City of South Coast Metro.  http://www.southcoastmetro.com/

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  4. This company contacted me, regarding the same issues. They, however, informed me this was a class action law suit. Is that what you are involved in? I was informed by another attorney, that they should not be requiring money upfront for these litigation services.

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