Nations Mortgage Advisors Reviews - Nations Mortgage Advisors Scam or Legit

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Jordan – Dec 19, 2020

I had a similar experience! Nations was going to refinance my mortgage at 2.99%. I sent a check for $1,800 dollars and never heard from them again! Its disgusting that they are able to get away with this again and again, and there’s nothing we can do! BBB, Attorney General !. If you have some ideas, contact me. I’m willing to travel!
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Oscar – Jun 10, 2020

Victim Location 37659

Total money lost $1,870

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

My father was scanned and sent upfront money for a refinancing of his house. $30,000 was supposed to be sent to my dad in equity. We cannot get through to the company.

Tara – May 18, 2020

I just found out that I have been scammed by this company for $1750.00. They have not returned any of my call or emails. I have also spoke with Aaron and Anthony who will not call me back.

Darren – Apr 07, 2020

Victim Location 80536

Total money lost $1,870

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Do not go with this company! We learned too late and sent them a cashiers check for $1870 for fees, now that is lost. Once they have your $ you will NEVER be able to talk to them, they won’t answer emails. If it sounds too good to be true, it is. If a company that calls themselves Nations Mortgage Advisors and/or Home Loans RUN!!!!!

Robert – Mar 12, 2020

Scammer’s phone 818-762-2899

Scammer’s website NationsMortgageAdvisors.com

Scammer’s address 14431 Ventura Blvd. Suite 432 Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

Scammer’s email [email protected]

Country United States

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Initial means of contact Phone

I received a call on January 8th from Nations Mortgage Advisors concerning refinancing my mortgage for 2.99 percent. They requested my current mortgage statement so I emailed it to them. they called me back the same day and indicated they would be able to help me. I was called back by a person named Anthony Paul from Nations Mortgage advisors. I spent an hour on the phone with him giving him information about my current mortgage. He then did some calculations and gave me an estimate of what my new payment would be at the proposed new lower rate. I was asked for my email address so that the preliminary documents/contract could be PDF to me. Anthony then went on to say that there would be $1750 up front cost to cover the appraisal and other third party filing fees. I then asked if they were able to help with rental properties. Of course they said yes. After the conversation about rate and payment, Anthony indicated he would send me the contracts for the three properties, which I have copies of, and they would not be able to help me unless I submitted the payment with the contracts. I then completed the three contracts submitted a check for $5250 to cover the alleged appraisal and other third party vending fees. Anthony left a message that they received the documents I had mailed to them. I waited for my check to clear and then reached back out to them and was never able to speak to anyone. When I called the voicemail came on and no one returned my calls. At this point I realized I had been scammed. I reached out to my bank to make a fraud report and the bank sent a letter saying the issue was between me and Nations Mortgage Advisors. I asked the bank for a copy of my cancelled check and it looked like the cancelled check was stamped with a stamp that said Nations Mortgage Advisors, however it appears to have been deposited into a different account. Now I am out my $5250 and no one will answer the phone at Nations Mortgage Advisors. I have voicemail messages, the cancelled check and the contracts they emailed to me. I would appreciate any help in recovering my money and will do what ever it takes to stop these people from taking advantage of people looking to refinance their property.

Ruben – Mar 11, 2020

Victim Location 34104

Total money lost $1,870

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I applied for a refinance loan on my home. The person that I corresponded with gave his

name as Derek Lawson. I mailed the application along with a cashiers check for the amount

$1870.00 for closing costs to Nations Mortgage Advisors as instructed. I have since tried to

contact Derek Lawson and Nations Mortgage Advisors by phone and email and neither one

have responded. I contacted Bank of America fraud department the Bank

that I purchased the cashiers check from to report the fraud and was told that the check has

been cashed by Nations Mortgage Advisors.

Charles –

Victim Location 20744

Total money lost $1,870

Type of a scam Investment

I was contacted by phone councerning refinancing my home loan and getting some cash out , i was e-mailed the nessasary forms to fill out and told there would be an up front fee of 1870.00 for the appraisal and closing cost, only after getting my money , i have not been able to contact Mr Derek Lawson nor has anyone answered the phone or messages for weeks now, maybe not from my phone number.

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