Can I put a lawsuit against USLAC?
State/Country relating to Question: Illinois
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I was using USLAC to help modify my loan, and come to find out they are closing their doors. If I didnt go to their webpage I would have never known. Also they started on this in September and I paid them $500 to handle my negotiations. well these people lost paperwork never returned calls or emails and I am just fed up with a company taking your money and nothing being done to them!
I havent done anything yet, just seeing what my options would be.
You could seek a lawsuit if their conduct injured you. You could also consider a complaint to the BBB, and dept of consumer affairs.
how do you mean injured? like unable to sleep, stress due tto no action?
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