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1st United Consultants – Consumer Complaint – November 14, 2012

Consumer Statement:

I was contacted by Justin Rosen at 1st United consultants. They took the payments by auto-draft from our bank. We paid August and September payments but the October payment has not been drafted yet. It is about time for the November payments to be taken out. I am not sure if I need to transfer the money, if the 1st United Consultants are taking the money out or paying on my mortage at Bank Of America.

Consumer Action Taken:

I called the phone numbers on the paperwork with 1st United consultants, but it reaches a different company in MD. The company told me, they have been receiving alot of calls for 1st United Consultants. I looked on the internet to find a different phone number for 1st United, that is when I read all the complaints on the 1st United Consultants.

Date This Problem Happened: August 21, 2012

State You Live in: Arkansas

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $632

Company Name: 1st United Consultants

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