Mount Olympus Mortgage Company CFPB Complaints

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Date Received Timely Response Product Issue State / Zip Submitted Via Tags
12/04/2015 No
  • Mortgage
  • FHA mortgage
  • Settlement process and costs
  • CA
  • 94702
As part of a Federal Housing Administration based re-finance in XXXX XXXX with our lender for my home and investment property, my mother and I would incur five years of mortgage insurance during the beginning of a 30 year fixed loan with a 3.75 % interest rate. To get my mother and me to agree to this re-finance, on XXXX XXXX, XXXX, our lender promised in writing to pay for the last 17 months of those mortgage insurance payments, from XXXX XXXX, XXXX through XXXX XXXX, XXXX if this loan still had mortgage insurance on XXXX XXXX, XXXX. This re-finance was our XXXX with this lender on this same property, and the lender 's promise was the XXXX of its kind. However, this is the first time for the lender to honor one of these promises. In XXXX, XXXX, I asked the lender whether they would honor their promise made during the XXXX re-finance. In response, the lender indicated it would not, and refused to agree that it had even made a binding promise. In addition, the lender gave me a document to sign as part of an effort to resolve our dispute, that said that the employee representing the lender during the XXXX re-finance was a " rogue employee ''. My mother and I refused to sign. In fact, we had worked with this same employee on the lender 's behalf throughout all three re-finances of our property. Because the lender attempted to have my mother and me sign a statement that stated this employee was a rogue employee, on XXXX XXXX, XXXX, I asked the lender some questions in writing about that employee 's representations on the lender 's behalf during the XXXX re-finance, and requested that the lender answer those questions by XXXX XXXX, XXXX. On XXXX XXXX, XXXX, the lender sent me a letter acknowledging receipt of multiple correspondences. However, the lender has still not provided responses to the questions as of the time I filed this complaint. On XXXX XXXX, XXXX, I asked the lender whether it intended to answer the questions sent on XXXX XXXX, but received no response as of the date of filing this complaint. Additionally, on XXXX XXXX, XXXX, I asked the lender to provide the signed and notarized re-finance documents for the XXXX, XXXX, and XXXX re-finances of our property. I am concerned that the lender will not provide this information because it has already not answered our first set of questions and not indicated whether it intends to do so.
08/06/2016 No
  • Mortgage
  • Other mortgage
  • Credit decision / Underwriting
  • MN
  • 55044
Official looking mailing received ( from TRU Mortgage, XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX , CA XXXX ) with a return address of XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. Inside the mailing is an offer to reduce our monthly mortage payment. We do not have a mortage and have not for years. The mailing claims their information is based on public record sources which probably means credit bureaus or other data providers they pay for information such as names and addresses. Of course, their claim may simply be fabricated.
04/21/2016 Yes
  • Mortgage
  • Conventional fixed mortgage
  • Application, originator, mortgage broker
  • MN
  • 55068
I received a solicitation in the mail that appeared to be from the mortgage company I originally got my loan from. I called the number, and they played right along that they were the same company I previously use. Later on I realized they were not the same company, They used a trusted company name I knew to try to fool me into doing business with them. This is straight up bait-n-switch advertising that has no place in commerce.