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Horrific customer service

Ive been robbed of thousands of dollars by Corelogic, specifically by Michell Taylor, a sales representative and her supervisor McKenna King. I will be posting this on all social media platforms so customers know NOT to do business with your company. Im also contacting my attorney.

User's recommendation: ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!

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Deliver product or service ordered

Corelogic RealQuest Irvine, CA

They advertise a 7 Day Free Trial. I signed up and used it to look up one property. I never received an email confimation, but I had to submit all of my information and credit card. I tried to log in again and it wouldn't accept my password. I assumed it didn't work or process. Then they charged my credit card the full amount. When I called to complain they said because I used it one time I would be charged the full amount. I talked to a Manager and he didn't care either. I asked about why I didn't get an email he didn't care. It's a scam! Please beware! I hope they straighten their ways in the future. Just be sure to CALL them if you try the FREE 7 day trial and cancel. Do not assume it didn't get processed.
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#1059797 Review #1059797 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Corelogic Free Trial
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Not as described/ advertised

Corelogic Doesn't Care That Subcontractors Aren't Paid

Corelogic is in the business of maintaining and cleaning homes that are in foreclosure. Often the goal is to get these homes ready to sell. Banks hire Corelogic which in turn hires other companies to find subcontractors to complete the actual work. The banks pay a set amount for the work to be completed on the foreclosed properties. Corelogic then takes a cut of the pay and the companies that they hire to find individuals to complete the actual work take a cut of the pay. The individual that completes the labor, pays for his/her equipment and other related costs, gets what is left after Corelogic's cut and the other company's cut. The subcontractor (individual actually completing the work) agrees to this; however, one company, IPSNW, that Corelogic hires has not been paying its subcontractors for the work they have completed. I personally have left numerous messages for the vendor managers at Corelogic with no response. I know of other former subcontractors from IPSNW that haven't been paid for work completed that have also left messages and haven't had a response either. Obviously Corelogic doesn't care that the people actually maintaining the foreclosed homes for their clients (the banks) aren't being paid.
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Medford, Oregon

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