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My mortgage was sold to SLS about 2 1/2 years ago. Nothing but trouble. My rate went up $83 as if December and now it will go up again as of September. My taxes and home owners insurance rates don't even change then. They say I have another escrow shortage yet they keep a month's payment as a cushion. The letter I received yesterday said "cushion selected by serviced". No exact number ? It is different than my monthly payment. Theybatevrobvets.

The math doesn't add up either. There are three amounts of possible monthly payments to cover this so called escrow shortage.

I went to my bank, Citizens, this morning and am quickly working on getting out of SLS AND BACK TO A REPUTIBLE COMPANY. SOME AGENCY NEEDS TO SHUT DOWN SLS.

The last time my payment went up I called with a friend who is a mortgage broker on a conference line and he threatened to put my lawyer on them because the customer service rep could not give us any answers as to why I was getting an increase.

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Anonymous
Providence, Rhode Island, United States #1186718

Same writer. Cannot seem to edit my comment.

A messed up sentence should read. They are robbers.

And I was told an exact amount of the new cushion. It just didn't make sense.

Terrible company.

I'm sure I am overpaying.

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