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Should I pay for a home modification from My Home Advocate?

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We are about to pay for our loan modification to Tami Steffan at My Home Advocate. The confusing thing is that they seem so on the up & up but when I ask or read about them I am even more confused. They don’t have too many complaints so that leads me to believe they just like every other company ... Read More »

    Should I Do Business With My Homeowners Advocate / MyHomeOwnersAdvocate.com? – David

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    “Dear Steve, I am in terrible financial situation. I have 4 credit cards and they are almost maxed out. Two of them from 2 credit unions and 2 from American Express. I can’t seem to pay them off or try to get the creditors to lower the interest rate. The highest rate is 17% ( from a credit union) and ... Read More »

      My Home Owners Advocate HOLAM – Consumer Complaint 10-10-2011


      Date This Problem Happened: October 10, 2011 State You Live in: California Age Range: 36-50 Total Amount of Fee Paid: $3,995 Company Name: My Home Owners Advocate Company Address: 5935 Cornerstone Court Suite 250 San Diego, California 92121 Website of Company: HomeownersAdvocate.com Consumer Statement: I paid My home owners advocate $3995.00 they then turned me over to HOALM, we corresponded ... Read More »

        Something Seems Fishy About My Homeowners Advocate and Impact Debt Settlement. – Josh

        “Dear Steve, I recently ran into this loan modification company and wanted some help researching them. Something just doesnt seem right here. The companies website is http://www.myhomeownersadvocate.com/. It appears Sean Horan owns the business from what the BBB has here http://www.bbb.org/san-diego/business-reviews/real-estate-loans/my-homeowners-advocate-in-san-diego-ca-171997987/. They have an F Rating Its odd that this Loan Modifcation company is located at the same office as ... Read More »

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