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So Who is Residential Support Group and Elite Processing?

Written by Steve Rhode

As typically happens, I received yet another request about a company a consumer alleged was charging them in advance for mortgage modification services. Additionally, the concern was there was little public information about the company.

I’ve reached out to the company and requested information but by the time I posted this, I had not heard back.

Here is what I’ve been told or have found by searching.

I am told Residential Support Group is charging thousands of dollars in advance for mortgage modification services. The client service agreement lists the address of 1600 Broadway #1600, Denver, Colorado and a phone number of 888-665-0905. The website of the company is eliteprocessing.org.

According to the website eliteprocessing.org the contact page does not list a location but does list the telephone number.

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There is nothing magical about the research I do for these articles. I even publish some guides to help others do the same thing.

  1. The Ultimate Consumer Guide to Checking Out a Debt Relief Company Before You Sign On the Line
  2. How to Check Out a Business or Company to Avoid Getting Scammed or Ripped Off

According to DomainTools.com the domain name was registered on May 17, 2016 and the domain ownership is hidden. The site is hosted at GoDaddy.

The street address listed on the alleged client agreement is for a virtual office space. There is nothing singularly wrong with using a virtual office space but when everything else is hidden, it can raise alarms. Does the staff even work at this office space? – Source

I could not locate a registered business under the name Residential Support Group with the State of Colorado. I could not locate any listing with the BBB.

The website of Residential Support Group paints a big picture and alludes they work with law firms, “Our wide range of reputable and accredited law firms will overview your case and accept or deny your case based on an underwriting report.” – Source

Now it is quite possible Residential Support Group had others scrape their website but the same marketing language is used on:

As the Allied Management Corp site and others here say, “Beware of loan modification companies or scams who take advantage of homeowners.”

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I suppose that advice makes me think of the advice given by the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC advises consumers on a wide range of things to watch out for with mortgage modification services. You can read their advice if you click here.

I have no idea if any of these sites are interconnected or they just stole a lot of the same information off each other. As far as ownership of the sites go, most information is hidden but according to DomainTools.com Samaritan Law Center is owned by:

Registrant Name: Jack Karpales
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 19687 Valley Blvd
Registrant City: Walnut
Registrant State/Province: California
Registrant Postal Code: 91789
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: [email protected]

And Allied Management Corp domain name is owned by:

Registrant Name: Anuj Patel
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 340 E 1st St.
Registrant Street: #3392
Registrant City: Tustin
Registrant State/Province: California
Registrant Postal Code: 92780
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: [email protected]

One of the websites lists a purported office address, Home Resolution Center says they are at 92 Corporate Park Suite 321, Irvine, CA, 92606.

I reached out to Patel and Karpales above and inquired if their websites had been hijacked by Residential Support Group.

Sincerly,
Steve

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Steve Rhode

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3 Comments

  • Same here. It was in August 2017. I turned them into FTC, BBB, DA’s in all provinces of every single phone number’s area code involved, including police reports in the same areas and FBI to make it even more legit. On the day (12/2/17) that they were served papers for a federal audit, none of my further calls were answered and their website was shut down to read “NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS.” SO, no, I did not get my several thousand dollars refunded, BUT I did get them busted. For that, I felt like a fairly decent human.

    • I’m sorry to say RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT GROUP SCAMMED US AS WELL. ANY LUCK GETTING ANY REFUND? IF SO, HOW DID YOU GO ABOUT IT.

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