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Attorney general warns of scam

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Mortgage Professional America | 01 Dec 2015, 06:30 AM Agree 0
Originators in this one state may want to warn their clients of this ploy
  • Cheryl M | | 01 Dec 2015, 11:11 AM Agree 0
    Maybe the NM State Attorney General should implement a program (not TRID) that teaches homeowners (anybody) about NMLS consumer access. Hell, in New York at dinner time we see these "stop smoking" disgusting ads that make you want to throw up (and they're working) HOW ABOUT an ad that tells consumers about NMLS and the web site that allows consumers to look up their LOAN OFFICER. Also telling consumers about the fact that they (MLO's) need a State/Federal LIC. to even talk to a consumer about their mortgage.

    Really it's that simple!!!!!! OOHHHH and add a (800) number for people who take steps to find out whether or not they (consumer) did or did not find out if their MLO is Licensed; so they can obtain help from our States before something like this happens in the first place.
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