Home Rescue LLC: Forget It! No Need to Fork Out $3K-$4k
We reported earlier on Home Rescue LLC's loan modification mail offer and its Web site. We finally reached a real human being at this company on April 15 at about 2:15 p.m. EST. The bottom line: They want $4,000 for a "loan modification," $2K up front and $2K 30 days later. See what the Nevada State Consumer Affairs Division has to say about paying advance fees to loan modification companies. The state of California, too. And read about the FTC's crackdown a couple of weeks ago on two bogus "loan modification consultants."
Basically, you can do loan modifications yourself if you have patience and willingness to do paperwork. You could also work through a non-profit loan modification service in your area, but you don't need to fork out $4K in attorney's fees to some company you haven't heard of, just because they send you an official looking letter with lots of bogus seals. More on those in a minute.