Y'all are a bunch of wankers!

What do you guys think about this "fraudster" trying to lure

me in.  Here is the content of his email. I have to laugh thinking about it. When was the last time a bank/mortgage lender was so generous?


                I was reviewing your account and was able to confirm you have made at least the last 6 monthly payments on time with your FHA loan.  As you may already know, this qualifies your current mortgage for the FHA Streamline interest rate reduction program.  This is a simple interest rate reduction program available because you make your mortgage payments within 30 days of the due date.  Since we now own the servicing of your loan, we can now offer this interest rate reduction program with no lender fees, no appraisal, and no income/credit requirements.  It is an extremely simple process.

Please call or email me and let me help you with this opportunity.

Benefits of the program:

1.  No lender fees
2.  No appraisal
3.  No minimum credit score
4.  No income check
5.  Monthly savings
6.  Skip the next payment after close
7. Do not have to go back to a 30 yr. term we can keep you right where you are at.

Have a Blessed day!
Permalink President of WildRiver fan club 
February 13th, 2017 12:08pm
That "Blessed Day" at the end is uber-creepy.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
February 13th, 2017 12:41pm
Yeah, he is trying to say that he is an upstanding Christian and won't screw me! Ha! It is a scheme to fool people by appealing to their Christian belief. He didn't know that I am not Christian but I know a lot about Christianity. I went to a Catholic school for one year even though I am not a Christian.
Permalink President of WildRiver fan club 
February 13th, 2017 12:49pm
People using their "Christian Belief" to try to get out of normal obligations like honesty, trustworthyness, and competence, is pretty common.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
February 13th, 2017 1:00pm
Yeah that's a very deceptively worded offer to refinance your loan. It's presented as if it's some small checkbox, but they'll collect a bunch of money in financing fees, points, etc, if you fall for it. Most which they might roll into the mortgage itself so you don't even notice it.
Permalink Pegular Roaster 
February 13th, 2017 8:24pm

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