Is Home Remedy Center a Scam? – Thomas

“Dear Steve,

Im trying to get my mortgage modified ANSI got something from home remedy center and they said they can do it. I can not find anything on the web about this “law firm”. Can you help

Can you help


Dear Thomas,

Home Remedy Center just looks like a new mutation of other groups like Remedy Law. In fact the website looks copied, word for word, just swapping the name. See Is Remedy Law the Same as Prudent Law with Pamela Gerber Gressier? – Karen. They compare the image in that article with the image below of Home Remedy Center.

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Frankly, my gut opinion is you should run as far away as possible from these people. Why they keep changing names is a huge red flag for me.

But don’t trust me, check them out for yourself.

I would recommend that anyone considering using such a company should read the following free guides.

  1. The Ultimate Consumer Guide to Checking Out a Debt Relief Company Before You Sign On the Line
  2. 10 Must Do Steps to Find the Best Credit Counseling or Debt Settlement Company for You
  3. How to Check Out a Business or Company to Avoid Getting Scammed or Ripped Off

There are two points you need to keep in mind. The first is that it is illegal for foreclosure rescue companies to charge an advance fee. See the Mortgage Assistance Rescue Services Rule at the Federal Trade Commission. Second, check out the free resources below before you spend and money on mortgage modification.

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


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5 thoughts on “Is Home Remedy Center a Scam? – Thomas”

  1. Hello happy customers, I am not sure who you worked with at Home Remedy Center on a Loan Modification, but I am one step away from filing a complaint with the FTC, BBB, and Attorney General. I have not gotten a response from this company since early JUNE! They were super responsive at the beginning and collecting my $3500 fee. Oh and the people I had worked with, conveniently no longer work there. A huge red flag came to me when I got a phone call from my lender disclosing the HARP program because someone from this group sent my file to them. I didnt have to hire a law firm to send my file to my own lender for the HARP program, I could have done this myself -for FREE!
    Steve-it would be great for you to do more investigations on this company. Thanks for posting, I will keep you updated on my progress.

  2. Owner’s real name is Maziar Bordbar aka Matt Brinks, Matt Briggs. Consult Marketing Group is who they use for Payroll, they use Bank of America.

  3. Home Remedy Center is an amazing company in a not so amazing industry. They are honest, helpful and extremely successful. I requested proof before I was going to give any money. I spoke to previous clients, saw loan documents of outcomes, etc. I decided to proceed with caution, and ended up getting outstanding results. Thank you Home Remedy Center!!!

  4. You are wrong! Home Remedy Center saved my house, you have no idea what you are talking about and your ignorant posts and opinions are going to prevent other homeowners like myself the opportunity to save their homes and get better terms and conditions on their loans.

    The BANK was doing absolutely nothing for me and the fee was very reasonable for the amount of work they are doing and the results were completely worth it. We saved a large amount a month, got our interest rate lowered and our balanced reduced.

    I have referred 3 people to this wonderful place and I will continue to do so!


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