emailed you several months ago about a mortgage relief organization that had approached an old HS buddy in So. Cal. with proposed settlement ideas. You and I both did some research on “results for homeowners.com”, found they had no operating license in Ca., nor were they operating in the City of Costa Mesa according to city records. They reeked of a scam, you and I both thought so. I didn’t get involved with them and informed my friend of what we’d discovered. They’d already paid their $3K “fee” with results and stayed with them. Turns out we were wrong. Chase settled with my friends, they’re keeping their property, the $3K is being refunded, and they’re at the <30% rule. Your advice was to look at a re-fi as rates are so low. I can't afford the pts. required for any low interest rated loans...most are 40 yr. fixed to even get close to the <30% rule.So Steve, should I re-engage Results, or continue on the dice roll knowing I've 2 yrs. left before my 30 yr. fixed, 1st 10 interest only rolls?Jim"
According to a recent commenter the company provided them with a corporate registration number but that led to a different company named 1st Choice Document Preparation, LLC.
It’s not clear from your question, the exact type of service they are trying to sell you. If they are assisting you with a possible modification they cannot collect any advanced fee. If they are assisting you with a possible foreclosure, according to the California Department of Justice website they are not registered to perform such services under either 1st Choice Document Preparation or Results for Homeowners.
Do what you want but you would think the Results for Homeowners website would be more open and transparent. They still do not appear to list the alleged connection with 1st Choice Document Preparation, a street address or even have a registration to do business in California under Results for Homeowners.
Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.Big Hug!
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