Claim #1505942 against: Associated Mortgage Bankers, Inc

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    • Claim #: 1505942
    • Amount Involved: $947.95
    • Filed On: Jul 09, 2012
    • Posted On: Jul 20, 2012
    • Complaint(s):
      • Bad business practices
      • Problem with a service
      • Customer service runarounds
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Claimant's opinion:

I was supposed to get a loan to refinance my home back in I think November of 2011. I waited and waited had to call the agent many times to get an answer and was told to wait. I had my house appraised for $445.00 and never heard if my loan went through. I was given the run around enough and called and talked to the owner. I told him, this is 4 months later I never even received a copy of my appraisal, I never even knew what my house was worth. He was suprised and had the appraisal e-mailed to me. If I didnt ask him I would have never received it, not a way to do business. I was told to wait for some kind of loan hey were waiting on for me, never heard back. Another month went by I left a message that I was going to get in touch with the B.B.B. Behold the next day I got a call saying I couldnt get the loan. I wouldnt have known this without this call. I think this is a terrible job by this company. Seven months to find this result. I want my $440 back

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