New Reviewer


I agree with the wrongful censorship of this site. I posted comments that wwew never posted. Mortgage companies under the HMMP program are requesting all paperwork be faxed or mailed except your dept to income ratio (NPV). The reason is because they can deny you at the end of the trial period (three months to two years) based on your debt information you gave them over the phone. You or your authorized representative, can request the specific NPV values verbally or by writing to the servicer within 30 calendar days from the notice date and they must answer your request within 10 days. If you request the NPV values and you have a foreclosure sale pending the servicer must not complete the foreclosure sale until 30 days after they deliver those values to you to give you time to correct the inaccurate values. If there are any. Once the evidence that the NPV values used were inaccurate, the servicer has the burden to make the necessary verifications to see if the corrections are material to the outcome of the NPV.
View full review
#219540 Review #219540 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Medford, Oregon

I registered at this website to share my opinion regarding loan modifications. It seems blogs on this site and its moderator support the self-help theory for people to seek more affordable homes through loan modifications. I support loan modifications and have seen much success with them helping people experiencing hardship. I support the practice of hiring and using an attorney to represent myself in ANY legal process, as I am not a lawyer but believe in having one to represent my best interests. As most, if not all, people who enter a legal process do not know what the outcome would be, why wouldn't they hire an attorney. If you knew the ooutcome, an attorney would not be necessary. Instead, people rely on information from the other side of the negotiating table, their lender, who is well-armed with lawyers to protect their best interests. GEEZ, people would rather listen to each others' horror stories, failures, troubles, a figure things out on their own. HIRE AN ATTORNEY, you don't know enough to truly help yourself. So, anyway, after blogging these thoughts, the moderator permanently banned me without a reason. Needless to say, I will know longer use their website to give my clients all sides of the story. Plus, they ask for donations to support the website. Bunch of idiots, in retrospect.
View full review

I agree. Hire the best, most expensive lawyer you can afford.

This is your family's biggest investment. Loansafe does seem to be very anti-lawyer.


do it on your own? i suppose you'd represent yourself in court as well.

believe me, doing it on your own can have a conclusion, but it certainly would not be the best result you could have obtained. and why the angry emoticon and reply?



This is an obvious loan modification firm looking to fool consumers into believing they can't do it on thier own. If you cannot DIY, then try a non-profit and then if that does not work, hire a lawyer. :(

View more comments (2)
#174509 Review #174509 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Atlanta, Georgia


Loansafe Privacy Policy is not for a profit website. Website are not affiliated with any bank, lender, mortgage broker, loan modification company, law firm or with the United States Government. The articles, comments and all the materials available on this website are for informational purposes only, and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. The User should contact an attorney to obtain legal advice with respect to any particular legal issue or problem. The comments expressed on this website are the opinions of the individual author and may not reflect the views of Company's company. is owned by MoeSeo Inc. A California Corporation. is not to be held liable for any business relationship The Client establish when visiting Loansafe's' website. The comments by and the materials available at this web site are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice.
To read more:
Summary is a blog forum that was created by Moe Bedard in 2007 in order to provide people with information about loans and how to keep their homes. Loansafe was started as a blog later it became very popular and transformed to real web site. Today has over 38,000 members who created a loan community where they can discuss hot topics and share their problems. On the website customers find a lot of useful loan related information. All data are updated and it is very easy to get fresh information. team consists of 4 people: Evan Bedard, Jon D. Maddux, Johnny Simms and Chris Sorensen.

Loansafe reviews and complaints
Edit Description

Why Trust Reviews on PissedConsumer?

  • Professional auto and live moderation
  • 100% user-generated content
  • Equal opportunity and protection
  • Zero tolerance for fake reviews
  • Verified content

For more information read Blog article