Homeowners Consumer Center Warns All US Homeowners who Have Just Refinanced Their Home and Home Buyers to be On Alert for Homestead Scam Letters & Other Mail Scams

The Homeowners Consumer Center is premier homeowners consumer advocate in the United States, and the group is warning all US home buyers, homeowners, who have just refinanced, or who are on the verge of refinancing their home to be on guard against the slew of official looking letters that appear to come from your mortgage lender, and address issues like the Homestead Provision, and or unsolicited offers about term life insurance. The group is also warning all US home buyers, homeowners, who just refinanced their home, or are on the verge of refinancing their home to be on guard against official looking letters, that say "urgent," or "confidential," from any group, or organization that is not the homeowners actual mortgage lender, or home loan servicing company. The group says, "There is no way your actual lender would send you a quote urgent letter, about a Homestead Provision, its garbage-throw the letter away-do not throw your money away on something you do not need." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

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There is no way your actual lender would send you a quote urgent letter, about a Homestead Provision, its garbage-throw the letter away-do not throw your money away on something you do not need

(PRWEB) September 24, 2012

The Homeowners Consumer Center is warning all US home buyers, or homeowners, who have just refinanced their home mortgage to be prepared for a flood of unsolicited urgent sounding letters, that for the most part are scams. The Homeowners Consumer Center receives the most complaints about official looking letters that talk about a Homestead Provision, and the need to send in about $50 to file a claim, especially for US homeowners, who have just refinanced their home. In one instance the Homeowners Consumer Center tracked down the mailing address for a Southern California firm sending out quote urgent Homestead letters. As it turned out this business had an address at a rental mail box facility, and the manager of the store indicated the Mortgage Homestead Provision business receives a large amount of mail. The Homeowners Consumer Center is urging all US homeowners; especially those who just refinanced their home to not fall for a slew of scam quote urgent letters that run the gamut from Homestead Provision filings, to special Grant Deeds, to special term life insurance. If it did not come from your actual mortgage lender, the Homeowners Consumer Center is urging homeowners to ignore any unsolicited urgent letter, that requires a homeowner to write a check, for something they probably do not need. http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

The Homeowners Consumer Center is urging city, state, and federal law enforcement to start going after any company that sends out unsolicited mailings related to a Homestead Provision, or a Grant Deed. The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "There are all kinds of varieties of large scale fraud when it comes to innocent US homeowners. The companies that perpetrate these types of scams are easy to find, and we think they should be put out of business for good. If city, state, or federal law enforcement needs are help, we will give them our full cooperation. http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com


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