NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE – CFPB Complaint

By on June 16, 2018
Consumer Complaint Submission

Date Received: 2018-05-10T00:00:00

Product: I do not know

Issue: Took or threatened to take negative or legal action

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: 1. XXXX is attempting to enforce a lien on a debt that they accelerated and cancelled. They are actively foreclosing on my home on the cancelled debt. I submitted a complaint to the CFPB, and they asked for 60 days to investigate. My home would be foreclosed by the end of that 60 days, so they are dual tracking which is not in compliance with the DOJ.

2. They transferred the servicing of this loan to Nationstar, giving the impression that they are the primary lien holder and giving the impression that the debt is valid. I submitted another complaint on both Nationstar and XXXX for this action for trying to collect a cancelled debt. My court date for the foreclosure is still set for XX/XX/XXXX, while both servicers still contend to the CFPB that they need time to investigate my complaints. Once again, I am in jeopardy of losing my home before that time expires.

3. Nationstar has just attempted a practice that you just recently imposed a $ XXXX for. They have threatened to impose forced place insurance on my home, add that expense to the canceled debt which is not valid, and I have an active and current policy.

I have uploaded Nationstars letter, a copy of my policy, and a statement showing that my policy is current.

Company: NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE

State/Zip: NC 277XX

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A

Complaint ID: 2902600

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