America's Servicing Company [ASC]

America's Servicing Company [ASC] Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 22 February 2019

Posted by: Eric Lien

1. 01/02/07 my mortgage loan was sold to America’s Servicing Company. 2. 01/023/07 I sent – a week ahead of due date – my my first regular payment with their printed coupon and envelope to their Los Angeles P.O.Box number. 3. 01/30/07 (mind you : payment is due on 02/01/07) after calling their [protected] number (printed on the payment coupon) a dozen times over a few days to check if the payment has been posted, I talked a live person in Pennsylvanis she told me to let them have about 10 days to post my check. 4. 02/05/07 Not seeing the posting of my first check, I sent by certified mail a second check with a note stating if the first check is posted by the time the 2nd check arrives, please post the 2nd check to the 03/01/07 payment. 5. Mind you again here: My loan has a 15-day grace period. And also because of the recent change of “servicing” agent, a 60-day period is tacked on to the change itself. 6. 02/09/07 I received a call that my mortgage payment is late. Then I explained the above steps #1 to #5 to the caller who said she sees the notes on her computer concerning my earlier call with some ASC person to PA. I ask her: is America’s Servicing Company out there deliberately to squeeze some “late” payment fees. I told her I hope that she let her supervisors hear the phone conversation recording, because I may have to contact California Attorney General, or BBB, concerning “fraudulent business practices” in non-posting or late posting of mortgage payments as a way to squeeze “late fees” from borrowers. In my case here, after sending two checks, I am still within my grace period of 15-days at least. Why is ASC calling me that my mortgage is late? Hello? 7. I hope I never have any more problems with ASC again!

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