I Don’t Know What to Do About AVID Law Center. – Bill

“Dear Steve,

Steve sorry to bother you but I read very closley what you had to say about Avid law center. But there seems to be both good and bad reviews on the internet about this company. I am about to lose my home and they say they can help! I have gon to my Senator Cograssman, No one want to get involved with anything that has to do with the O’Bama Program which I have come to realize is only on Paper. Is this a company to get involved with? please HELP!

Bill”

Dear Bill,

The sales pitch and voicemails left by the AVID representative have all the appearances of being a sales pitch designed to sell people services they may simply never get or not need.

Even if you managed to get through the first phase and then pay then the phase two installment to get into a lawsuit against your lender there is no guarantee the suit will either stop any sale or foreclosure of your home or be resolved anytime in the next few years.

If you feel compelled to move forward then please speak to a licensed real estate attorney in your state that is not associated with AVID and get a second opinion before you invest a lot of money in sales promises.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

Sincerly,


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3 thoughts on “I Don’t Know What to Do About AVID Law Center. – Bill”

  1. This Company is a SCAM… Plain and Simple. They hide behind the rule that states “it is unlawful for any law firm to predict the outcome in any case”… But its NOT unlawful to charge 4500 bucks to roll the dice and see if they MIGHT be able help you. Yes, it is unlawful to predict the outcome of a case, but in order to be able to hide behind that you actually have to HAVE A CASE. 

    Please save your money and do NOT work with this company. It is run by a piss poor management team that forces its employees to use a script to not only showed people how screwed they got by the banks but to also convince them that thier home will be gone without any hope unless you hire them. A loan modification is NOT difficult work and is NOT worth $4500.. You just need to know to contact your INVESTOR and NOT your SERVICER.

    Saving your home does not cost 5 grand. Remember these are attorneys. They are out to get rich just as much as the scumbags on Wall Street.  

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  2. Steve,
    I’m so glad I found your site and the posting about Avid Law Center.  I just got their whole spiel, took copious notes, and put them off until Monday.  Then I hit the internet to do some research about them and found just what you said: SCAM!  My “spidey sense” tingled when they told me that I had to pay up front with no guarantee of an outcome, so I’m glad I confirmed it here (and other places like RipoffReport.com). 

    Thanks for the good work you are doing in the world to fight the corruption and scam artists who continue to thrive and hurt good, hard-working people.

      Sincerely,
        Debbie

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  3. Steve,
    I’m so glad I found your site and the posting about Avid Law Center.  I just got their whole spiel, took copious notes, and put them off until Monday.  Then I hit the internet to do some research about them and found just what you said: SCAM!  My “spidey sense” tingled when they told me that I had to pay up front with no guarantee of an outcome, so I’m glad I confirmed it here (and other places like RipoffReport.com). 

    Thanks for the good work you are doing in the world to fight the corruption and scam artists who continue to thrive and hurt good, hard-working people.

      Sincerely,
        Debbie

    Reply

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