SCAM ARTISTS USING FORGED LETTERHEAD TO CON CALIFORNIANS
California Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. is warning consumers that scam artists are using the forged letterhead of major lenders to con worried Californians into paying thousands of dollars for non-existent loan modification services."Californians should be deeply skeptical of anyone who demands money up front and makes extravagant promises that they can save their home," Brown said.
Steps consumers can take to protect themselves from loan modification fraud are available at http://ag.ca.gov/newsalerts/release.php?id=1697&.
Complaints may be filed with the Attorney General's Office at:
Office of the Attorney General - Public Inquiry Unit, P.O. Box 944255, Sacramento, CA 94244,
or online at http://ag.ca.gov/consumers/general.php.
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