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Real Estate Law Center – Consumer Complaint – November 28, 2012

Consumer Statement:

The Real Estate Law Center is a scam. They try to get outside brokers or real estate professionals to send them business. They promise to pay there outside people but end up keeping the money . They also take on any clients even if they are not in foreclosure trouble. They look for anyone who has money to send them or anyone who has enough room on a credit card. Depak is the ring leader of this operation. Yervand is the accountant (not a true CPA) who handles the money. Brian Suder was the head sales manager who would source and find the brokers to send them business. They operate very similar to the way Kramer and Kaslow operated, why are they not shut down yet?

Consumer Action Taken:

I have tried to contact there firm many times but I dont get a call back or a email. I see that my emails have been read but not responded to.

Date This Problem Happened: November 2, 2012

State You Live in: California

Race/Ethnicity:

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $5,000

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Company Name: Real Estate Law Center

Company Address:

695 South Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, Ca 90005

Company Telephone Number: 213-382-3250

Website of Company: lenderlawlitigation.com


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