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Did Bank of America inform you in writing that your loan had been sold ? I am asking that because most lenders use "servicing companies" for their loans without selling them.
If I were in your position, I would make every attempt to get in touch with Bank of America and tell them that you are not getting a response from their servicing company and depending on what they say, I would make an online payment anyway within the next day or so (well before the 16th) and cancel the check you have already sent. I say that you should cancel the check you already sent because you will have just as much trouble trying to reach someone and ask for a credit for the extra payment. So, I think you would be better off just putting a stop payment on the check you already sent, but do that only after you are certain that your online payment has been credited to your account,
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Yes, BofA notified us of the transfer on 6/16/13 - the initial information we received from Nationstar was to mail payments to a PO Box in Texas. Which we did.
In that case, I would do an online payment and when you see that the payment has been credited to your account, stop payment on the first check which they claim they have not received,
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