|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
|Rule:||Mortgage Assistance Relief Services - Proposed Rulemaking; Rule|
Comments:Hi I am wanting to dispute the FTC Proposes Rule That Would Bar Mortgage Relief Companies From Charging Up-Front Fees amendment. I am a small business owner that actually cares about saving folks home. I actually look at this as my career and calling in life. I do charge up front fees, and sometimes I just work on peoples files for free. I am one of the most successful firms out there. Also all of my clients do have money back guarantee if I am not able to successfully get them a loan modification. I have never had a fore closure, nor do i plan on having a fore closure. I respect my clients with the highest degree that a business can have for it's customers. Not only that…. I am able to keep people in their homes without promising things that are not true or that are false. I really do take my job and career serious, and everything that i tell my clients the lender should be able to do the same. Not only that I make a living doing so. So i do not agree with FTC Proposes Rule That Would Bar Mortgage Relief Companies From Charging Up-Front Fees, because there are some of us that are honest and try to keep folks in their homes without making false promises. And we should not have to be banned on our industry from some bad apples and or companies that make false promises. I have over 600 success stories, and i get 80 loan modifications in a month for our clients… all over the US from celebrities down to a secretary at the front desk. Please cancel this admendment, as I am an upstanding business helping others stay in their home and I can provide you customers and success stories that show what I do.