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FCC Complaint
FCC Complaint
Jul 16, 2013 11:00 AM
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said they had questions about my mortgage. Asked for my loan number and information on my mortgage and asked for personal info including my social security number. Said did I know I could get a lower interest rate by refinancing. said I was not interested and to stop calling. Have called 1 or 2 times every day for several days and I have not answered. They do not leave a message.

Happy jack
Happy jack May 18, 2013 01:26 PM
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do a search engine on this "Bank of America lime Joel Cambern" this skunk-fake human , is a vice president of bank of America in Seattle. When I came to BoA offices, with my legal assistants for a faked mortgage modification meeting, this slob executive "joel cambern" threatened them. And we had to call 911 via cell phone on the spot. it happened at 17th floor of 800 5th ave. Seattle 98104 note that "lime" is also in the search. that's the bankrupt mortgage fraud group in Oregon that Joel Cambern came from, before his current gig with BoA. Further investigation shows he has quite a background of creating frauds, and its connected to the power clubs in Bellevue WA. He tries to hob knob with the rich people of Microsoft.

Caller: BoA
NM
NM Mar 28, 2013 12:52 PM
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I do not have an account with BoA; I have a pay as you go phone that I purchased at Target almost two years ago and most likely the number belonged to someone with an account. Each time I try to call back (I've got the numbers on my reject list), I cannot get through to a human being because I "cannot be identified" by giving my social security # and zip code and anything else they ask for. I'm so tired of having even twenty five cents deducted from my phone each time I have to listen to and delete their voicemails. I can't stand it anymore. Once a different number showed up on my phone, I answered and asked them to take my number off their list because the person they were calling was no longer at the number and was hung up on, so I don't know what else to do. Reporting them does nothing because I've seen comments going back as far as 2007 suggesting this and it's now 2013 and they seem to be still at it harrassing people they shouldn't be harrassing.

Caller: Bank of America
LB
LB Jul 31, 2013
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This is a phishing scam and by giving them your social and zip code you have just made yourself extremely vulnerable. You should keep a very close eye on your credit reports

FCC Complaint
FCC Complaint
Jan 24, 2013 10:45 AM
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Loan counsuling

lbch
lbch Jan 19, 2013 10:17 AM
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Someone left a hanger on my door and all it said was Please call mortgage company and the phone number. I called it and it was Bank of America. It transferred me to my "account representative" who of course does not work on weekends. I truly thought this was a scam. Bank of America has my phone number and has called me, why would they leave this on my door? I am in the middle of dong a Short Sale and waiting for approval for this with BofA. Dumbfounded as to why they would leave this on my door.

Frank White
Frank White
Jan 10, 2013 11:22 PM
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I got the envelope stuck on my door that says important please call BOA with the number. My house was foreclosed on and I was given a letter saying that I was going to be evicted but that was months ago nothing has happened. For all intents and purposes the loan has bounced back to Bank of America and legally I shouldn't own home anymore. However no legal action is taken against me thus far. Can anyone give me any advice? Here is my email address if you know something please tell me I would greatly appreciate it. fwhite956@yahoo.com

Caller: Bank of America
Caller ID: No caller ID
Jennifer
Jennifer Jan 6, 2013 03:52 PM
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Hi Guys, This telephone number is connected with Bank of America, but the reason for my post is to offer some first-hand advice on navigating the modification process since after reading so may of your comments, you seem to be going through exactly what I went through. First, don't give up! My father-in-law made the mistake of hanging on to BoA's every word and trusting that he didn't qualify for an adjustment (when he truly did) ended up losing his home in foreclosure. I, after 1.5 years of trying, was finally able to get a modification this past September with all final docs to prove. However, I'm still receiving notices about foreclosure. At BofA, the left hand truly doesn't know sh*t about what the right is doing. The process was horrific! I applied and was denied at least 4 times over the 1.5 year span for reasons such as "incomplete paperwork" or for not turning something in that I most definitely did provide. I had enough and began writing to BofA and sending them copies of complaints that I filed with HUD and most specifically the OCC. Once I filed that OCC complaint, someone at BofA woke the hell up and listened. I furthermore googled email addresses for the executives and copied them on every email I sent. Annoying? Sure. But then I had proof that SOMEBODY received my documents, messages, and concerns so if they continued to sit around and do nothing I had a great case for court should they pursue foreclosure. Anyhow, I believe my complaint with the OCC is what helped my case. No more than a week after filing it I received a call from someone working in the office of the President and CEO. After that point my modification went through and I went into a "Modification Trial". This was only supposed to last 3 months but ended up lasting 12 months. I refused to continue making payments after 4 months because there was no guarantee that the modification would be finalized. If they were going to foreclose on me then I'd rather save my money for another place. My rep told me that he had some clients in "trial" for years, well not I! Again my complaint frenzy began. After pulling teeth and hair I got BoA to finally send me a letter stating what exactly was going on and what should be happening next. I wanted this, again, in case we needed to go to court. My modification was finally finalized in September, but I'm still dealing with the very intelligent system at BoA so I'm receiving notices about foreclosure even though I have final loans docs in hand. Ok, so here's what I recommend. 1) Fax a Cease and Desist to 1-800-685-0395 and 1-800-520-5019. In your fax request that they immediately STOP calling your home, and instead communicate in written correspondence only. It is the LAW that after receiving this request they have 30 days to stop calling you. Ensure you provide your most updated mailing address, and further include that you are aware of your consumer bill of rights and they they must honor your request or be liable for legal reprimands. Trust me, the calls will stop. I did include in my fax that my loan modification rep was permitted to call me, but the call center was not. 2) If you feel your account has not been handled with the integrity and attention it deserves, immediately file an online complaint with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (www.helpwithmybank.gov/complaints) and the Federal Trade Commission (www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov). This will get things moving. 3) Any time you correspond with BoA, copy to the following addresses: Fax: 800-658-0395 & 800-520-5019 Mail To: BoA Home Loans Mail Stop CA6-921-01-31 450 American Street Simi Valley, CA 93065 PO Box 5170, MS SV314B Semi Valley, CA 93065 PO Box 9048 Temecula, CA 92589 BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP 100 Beechman Drive, Ste 104-HRD Home Retention Pittsburgh, PA 15205 BoA Office of the President and CEO 100 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28255-0001 *This may seem like over-kill but if you flood them, someone might just get annoyed enough to listen. It's unfair the way BoA treats its patrons and so someone should do something about it! The united states government won litigation against BoA for fraud and misappropriation of funds as it relates specifically to mortgage adjustments. The government gave BoA billions of dollars to help people like us adjust our mortgages, but instead they force us into foreclosure, collect the government insurance, then resell our homes at a loss only to require we pay the difference. It's the biggest instance of white collar fraud in my eyes because it directly effects us hard working citizens who want to do nothing but continue working hard to keep our homes. I encourage and urge you all to yell, kick, and scream at the top of your lungs until somebody listens! Do not give up or give in to BoA's tactics. They want to run you in circles until you get tired and fall. But don't. Keep up the fight; you will win. Jennifer (jennifer_starks@yahoo.com)

Caller: Bank of America
Caller ID: 1-800-669-0102
mondayflyer
mondayflyer
Dec 15, 2012 01:04 PM
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Last night I came home to the same envelope on my door. I thought it was from a utility company, but there was no name so I called the number and got transferred to my usual do nothing account rep that I get at B of A. This woman does nothing! Anyway it was Friday night so naturally I just got voice mail. Only this time she also gives her manager's number, so I wrote that down and called him. Again, I got voicemail, but this guys leaves his manager's number too, so maybe I will try that as my regular rep clearly has no knowledge and positiely no authority. I really hate this company. Countrywide was much better. You can call B of A from any number and as soon as you put in your account number or give that number to a rep (if you were trying to get around their stupid system) you get transferred to the same dumb rep 100% of the time. It never used to be this way. B of A has got to be the worst. I am about 30 days late on a payment and all the statements go to my ex-husband so I don't know what is going on, needless to say this was a crappy way to start the weekend. Had me worried about what this door hanger meant all night, could not even sleep.

Andrea W
Andrea W Jan 12, 2013
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NEVER NEVER NEVER put your account number, social security number or any other secured number into a phone unless you KNOW who called you. If you have a BofA account, get it changed IMMEDIATELY. You've probably had your ID stolen.

Blaze
Blaze Dec 14, 2012 03:46 PM
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Do not listen to anybody who tells you that this is a legitimate BOM number. This is a SCAM! Your bank will contact you directly by mail regarding any account issues. These people are phishing for information. Do not call the number, or they will enter your number in their system for future calls. Do not give the last 4 of your social! I doubt that christiduran or any of these other employee posers work for BOM. If they do, I assure you that they are idiots who do not know what they are talking about anyway!!!!!

Caller ID: 800-669-0102
LISA
LISA Jan 3, 2013
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THIS IS A BANK OF AMERICA # WHEN I WAS LATE ON PAYMENTS BEFORE GOING THROUGH MODIFICATION THIS IS THE # THEY ALWAYS CALLED FROM AND IT DOES GET YOU TO YOUR REP

Luis
Luis Dec 13, 2012 08:28 AM
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Someone left a door hanger at my house. I called and it is indeed Bank of America. It was a number to my loan modification advisor who either has left the company or never returns calls. My home is in foreclosure now for 4 years. I am waiting for approval for home loan modification but they always claim they never got the paper work even though I faxed it many time and I mailed it to them using the prepaid mailer.

Caller: Bank of America
Caller ID: 800-669-0102
Sacramento
Sacramento Dec 6, 2012 01:55 PM
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BOA extremely unprofessional with home loan modifications. If they truly wanted to help and lower your interest rate they'd make it more simple. BOA received billions from Obama now it is their duty and responsibility to help their customers.

unknown
unknown Nov 25, 2012 11:42 AM
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They didn't call, but they came to my house and left the number on my door. Then they proceeded to take pictures of my door knob, house address, house, and both sides of my fence. This is extremely sketchy and the number claims to be from BOA. My father called the number and they demanded a SS# and his account number without proper identity verification. My dad says this number used to belong to a company that boa bought out, and it shouldn't be active.

Kathy Eselhorst
Kathy Eselhorst Nov 21, 2012 12:17 PM
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My deceased father got a flyer on his door to call this number TODAY with the name Daniel Brown and 1-800-669-0102. This call took me straight to the Loan Dept of Bank of America. The loan we are paying is through Citimortgage so this person better not call or leave anymore flyers or I am reporting fraud which I will probably do to Insurance Commissioner.

Caller: Daniel Brown
Caller ID: 18006690102
Phone Number Complaint Reporter
Anonymous Nov 7, 2012 12:55 PM
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Ccalls every day wanting personal info. Won't give me their address. Becomes rude when i wont give my last R of ss#

Caller: Supposed BofA
Nunya
Nunya Nov 2, 2012 10:37 PM
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I didn't get a call but someone came to my door and gave me a small flyer with this number and said "Your bank would like you to call them." I had 2 mortgages; a primary w/Countrywide & a HELOC w/BOA. We went through some hard financial times & Countrywide/BOA filed for foreclosure in 2008. We filed Chapter 7 and were adjudicated bankrupt in 2010. We were absolved of responsibilty for paying the loans back but we're still in the house because Florida law puts the homeowner on the title and the banks can only place a lien on the property to protect their investment. We're currently fighting eviction as the property is homesteaded and thus has special protection as our primary residence under Florida law. We're still in a financial hole and since we had to divest to file Ch7, we have no resources to move. Since they are a creditor, if they are trying to collect on the debt that has been legally discharged via federal bankruptcy laws then we may be able to sue them. Also, under the same laws, they are only supposed to communicate w/us through our attorney. So after reading these posts, I'm a little concerned as to why they would knowingly violate both stae and federal laws to contact us directly and attempt to collect on a legally dischaged debt.

Bibi
Bibi Oct 24, 2012 01:36 PM
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Today I recieved a door hanger which stated I needed to call this number with no name or identifable information. I called and it was BOA, my mortgager. When I asked why someone had come over to my home, they were clueless. They stated it didn't show up in their system. Now I'm nervous 'cause one hand doesn't seem to know what the other is doing,

Caller: Unknown person
AZ
AZ Nov 5, 2012
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We got home tonight to find a door hanger attached to our door today also. We are trying to modify our home loan so this makes me nervous also. We just had spoke to our representative from B of A today and she stated they got all our information (again) and would let us know if anything was missing.......The funny thing is the 3rd party that they hired to come out to our home and hand carry all of the required paperwork from our house to the FedEx shipping place, when B of A still stated that they didn't have all of the information. We checked off everything on their paperwork as we made copies so they would have all of the required paperwork! What the heck is happening?!

cc
cc Nov 10, 2012
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today I also got one, no name, business, I don't know where this came from till I google the #. Since when does a company do such a thing?? I live alone with my daughter and don't answer the door unless I know who it is. thought they were coming in on their own!! If it is legit, why are they not using the company name ???

CB
CB Sep 9, 2013
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This is the same response I got when I called. They knew nothing about it. I have gotten this on my door 3 months in a row, so this is not to verify I live in the home. This is for some other reason. We filed BR in 2009 so legally they are not supposed to try to collect; however, we have continued to make our payments, so I am not sure why they would need to do this in the first place.

ZoeFitz
ZoeFitz Sep 28, 2012 03:47 PM
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I receive calls from this number at least once each day, usually multiple. I never answer a call from any unfamiliar number but my husband did once and they said they were Bank of America. We do not have a loan with Bank of America. Bank of America themselves sent us a letter weeks ago (at this point, probably close to two months ago, actually) saying our loan was sold to another servicer, that the loan number had changed, and provided directions on the website, etc. we should go to in order to see that loan. My husband explained that we'd received a letter from BOA about the loan being sold as well as a welcome packet from the new servicer. The person on the line continued to insist we owed BOA money, which at that point began to seem fraudulent, even if it was not.

Caller: Bank of America
Caller ID: 800-669-0102
Bruce
Bruce Sep 1, 2012 08:16 AM
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I believe you should not respond to these calls. I get calls for 800-669-0102 about 7-8 times per day from 7:30 AM to about 9:30 PM. They have been calling for over 3 months. Caller ID just shows TOLL FREE CALL. Sometimes they leave a message about Bank Of America Home Loans. Rarely, the caller ID shows BANK OF AMERICA with number 972-498-5099. I do have a Master Card with Bank of America, but have always paid on time. I have never had a home loan with Bank of America. No bank will ask for personal information on the phone if they call you. If you call your bank, get the number from your bank statement. If there is a problem with your account, they should send you a letter.

Caller: Bank of America (claim, not confirmed)
Caller ID: TOLL FREE CALL
worker
worker Sep 7, 2012
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I understand everyones concerns. But this indeed a BOA number. it says thsi call is from a debt colllect, becuaer BY LAW we have to provided this information any time we call about an acct that might have a missing pytm. yYour asking "I dont have a missing pyt". Well there could be another issue with your loan. We can not explain this to unfortunatly because BY LAW, we would be providing private info to unverified source. I completed understan all concers regarding privacy.... I work here and all day I get yelled and told that I am not BOA or they get mad b/c we can tell them the reason for the call. A lot of the time we do send letters if there are issues w/ accts, but yo have to understand LOTS of people do not actually pay attention to stuff they get in the mail... not smart I know. But i assure you the min that you forget to make a pytm or accidently pay the wrong amt, yuou will be happy we called to help save your credit score from a late pytm.

Hank
Hank Sep 18, 2012
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It was a legit call for me, they said they did not receive my payment when in fact they applied it to principal instead of payment. they are idiots

Ms. Upset
Ms. Upset Aug 30, 2012 03:38 PM
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They keep calling even after I told them the house was refinanced. They asked for my SS#, but I did not give it to them. I will say this lady was nice,I told the house has been refinanced she said she would make note of that. We will see what happens.

Caller: BOA
Caller ID: 1 800-669-0102
Ms. Upset
Ms. Upset Aug 28, 2012 08:46 PM
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Refinaced my mortgage with another bank. This number keeps calling telling me I owe BOA money. Told me they needed a check that night! I told them that we had refinaced the home and I did not owe them anything. Told them when the date of the check was sent. They said,I owed them for the month I didn't pay. I told them it was in the payoff from the bank. They are still calling, but i will not talk to them anymore.

Caller ID: 1 800-669-0102

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