I wrote at some length about the abominable business practices of that organized chaos that goes by the name of Cenlar, but my message is gone.Has someone at Pissed Consumer deleted it?
If so, what would be the reason? Did someone get spooked because of the idea of a class-action lawsuit, which I also discussed? Is there a rule against mentioning a perfectly legal recourse to an untenable situation? If a consumer is pissed-hot by too much ineptitude, conflicting messages from CS reps, patronizing, condescending responses of these reps when you're lucky enough to get through, and the sinking feeling that this company is abusing its privileges by defrauding us (or certainly appearing to be!), then the next step should be a class action suit -- shouldn't it be?
Addressing all lawyers out there: Please read complaints against Cenlar at the BBB website, on this website, and on the Complaint Board website, then let us know if you're interested in helping us.Thank you.
Review about: Cenlar Mortgage.