National Advocacy Law Center is Calling Us to Sell Us Something. – Olga

“Dear Steve,

We need help as well with Indy Mac bank and this law firm national advocacy law center called our home with a message on a recorder

Saying we are preselected to get a loan modification. How can a law group Do this ??

We never called or herd of such a thing any way so impressed 1 and spoke to a person who was a case evaluator for the law group I was asking who the lawyers were ?? This guy just kept asking me of I needed help with my loan and never have me a straight answer. Why do people do this Steve ? It’s not normal is it to call someone’s home and say you rescreened for help. Please help us we need some direction


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Dear Olga,

If you don’t want to get calls from them I would advise them to not call, make sure you opt-in to the do not call registry and if the call again after notifying them not to call then consider filing a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission. If they call again without your permission, be sure to keep a record of the date and time they call.

Why do they do this you ask. The truth is they want to sell you something and get money from you.

This appears to be a sales call designed to sell you something. I’d trust your instincts on this one and you can follow the links below if you need help with your mortgage.

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

Damon Day - Pro Debt Coach

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