I got a mailer from a firm today and called they were Remedy Law and i look at the website www.remedylaw.org and there attorney is the same as Prudent Law Pamela Gresser Gerber?? They wanhis firm wanted to charge us 4195.00 to do a loan refinance under the Harp 2 Program that is not legal Correct?? This firm is Prudent Law when i asked there location i was told 4500 Campus Newport Beach ca 92628 Suit 234 that was Prudent Law and before that was novation law center. What kind of scam are they pushing here???
Thank you for submitting your information. I took a look at Remedy Law. And you are correct. The attorney listed is Pamela Gerber, who has also gone by Pamela Stacey Gerber-Gressier. – Source
the RemedyLaw.org website is a relatively new registration. Public records state it was registered on April 12, 2012 and was only registered for one year. The domain ownership is hidden so we have no idea who the owner is.
A search of State of California records with the Secretary of State could find no company registered to do business in California under the name Remedy Law.
The address they gave you was 4500 Campus Drive, #234, Newport Beach, CA. That building is below. This consumer complaint said that Prudent Law was located at the same street address. And the attorney you named with affiliated with that firm as well.
Bottom line, before you pay anyone to performa loan modification for you there are some free steps you should take first. You can talk to a free HUD Housing Counselor to investigate your options and you can talk directly to your lender to see what, if any, programs they have available.
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