DISCOUNT MORTGAGE RELIEF - Discount Morgage Relief: Are They Reputable?
No, Discount Mortgage Relief (DMR a.k.a. WOW Discount Mortgage Relief), is not reputable. If DMR was able to get your modification to go through, consider yourself one of the lucky few that did as opposed to the unfortunate other 92% (give or take) of people that didn't after being promised the moon and that the sky was any other color except blue on a clear sunny day after paying fees ranging anywhere from $1095 to $6000.
DMR brilliantly met the minimum federal requirements necessary in order to fly under the radar and keep its doors open even after a raid was conducted and carried out by the FBI, that DMR arrogantly refers to as a standard audit, which was actually due to numerous complaints from victims throughout our nation, Incidentally DMR was banned by the Attorney Generals office's of the following 5 states to date: Idaho, North Carolina, Kentucky, Minnesota, and Arkansas.
So, if you were a resident from any one of those five states that were turned away it sure as *** wasn't because legislation required residents in those states to have their mortgages restructured on a local level for economical reasons (at least that what the employees of DMR were instructed to say)......what a crock, huh?
I can only hope that the two conspirators that concocted this elaborate and brilliant scheme, reach that turning point where their pockets aren't so deep, left with a gun and one bullet; to do the obvious, bring forth God's judgment, all the sooner for preying on, taking advantage of, and profiting from thousands of helpless Americans in financial distress, having their situations become only more dyer for their having trusted John Commons' (a.k.a. Haytham Elzayn) and Bruce Spurlocks' (incidentally a former Vietnam Vet), unforeseen un-reputability!
P.S. Anyone having gone through Discount Mortgage Relief for any type of debt settlement and debt consolidation, you might want to go through all your statements to look for any unauthorized transactions,especially in the state of Arizona.
By the way, I've been waiting for more than two months to get my final check for the my last two weeks of employment there, and am about to be put out of my home because of the ripple-effect and same lack of reputability that was unforeseen on my part as an employee wanting to provide for my family and help others in the process. Hope this was informative to all that took the time to read.