Friday, March 8, 2013

Desperate times

"Often desperate times call for desperate measures, but before you shell out money to a company to help save your home, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has a warning for you.
“We were very vulnerable and you know, they preyed on that,” says Misty Corsey.
Corsey had hoped to lower her mortgage payments when her husband’s hours were cut. A company called Mortgage Foreclosure Experts promised to help for a $2300 upfront free."

Don't do this. I went through a mortgage specialist and then a lawyer, spent thousands on lots of promises and neither was able to do what I have done with persistence.