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Loss Mitigation Contact Numbers

July 2, 2008

* ABN Amro Group: 1-800-783-8900
* Ameriquest: 1-800-211-6926
* Bank of America: (716)-635-2982
* Chase Manhattan: 1-800-446-8939
* CitiFinancial Mortgage: 1-800-422-1498
* CitiMortgage Inc.: (636)-256-5088 or 1-800-695-0384
* Citymortgage: 866-558-3662 or 800-422-1498
* Countrywide: 1-888-453-3102 or 877-744-7691
* Ditech: 1-800-852-0656 or 1-800-449-8582
* EMC Mortgage: 1-888-577-4011
* Fairbanks Capital: 1-888-818-6032
* FHA insured mortgages: (301)-696-5127
* First Franklin Loan Services: 1-800-622-5035
* GMAC: 1-800-850-4622 or (319)-236-4643
* Greentree: 1-877-816-9125
* Homecomings: 1-800-206-2901 or (858)-874-7417
* Homeq: 1-800-414-0969
* Household Finance: 1-800-333-5848
* Household Mortgage: 1-800-395-4489
* Irwin Home Equity: 1-877-577-3643
* Irwin Mortgage: 1-888-444-6446
* Litton Loan Servicing: (713)-960-9676
* National City Mortgage: 1-800-367-9305 x54949
* New Century Mortgage: 1-877-206-9904
* New South Federal Savings Bank: 1-800-504-7110
* OCWEN: 1-800-746-2936
* Saxon Mortgage: 1-800-594-8422
* US BANK: 1-888-780-3997
* Washington Mutual: 1-888-456-5353 or 866-625-3176
* Waterfield Mortgage: 1-800-957-7245
* Wells Fargo: 1-877-216-8448
* Wells Fargo: 1-866-261-5642
* World Savings: 1-800-642-0257
* WaMu: 1-877-926-8937
* HSBC: 1-800-365-6730

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2 Responses to “Loss Mitigation Contact Numbers”

  1. Diane on December 29th, 2008 1:11 pm

    Does anyone know if Wachovia is doing any kind of modifications to the loans acquired from World Savings or any other entity? It appears after speaking with them that they are not doing anything but putting past due payments on the back. This seems to be due to the upcoming merger with Wells Fargo. Should we wait until this happens to get into Wells Loss mitigation or do you think they are going to foreclose on these homes?
    thanks

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