If you are a former Home Savings or First Federal customer who now banks with Premier, contact us TODAY so we can protect your family’s financial future and fight for the monetary compensation you need and deserve.
The slogan “Better Together” used by officials of Home Savings Bank and First Federal Bank to characterize the merger that created Premier Bank in April 2020 will ring hollow if the new bank has violated the federal laws and rules that govern mortgage lending and servicing by engaging in these and other abusive practices:
- Failing to automatically withdraw and/or correctly credit monthly house payments to borrowers’ accounts;
- Failing to send borrowers monthly mortgage statements;
- Refusing to respond to requests for information, including loan payoff amounts, in the timeframe required by law;
- Providing false and/or inaccurate information to the major credit bureaus about the status of borrowers’ loans.
The impact of illegal acts like these can be devastating. Victimized homeowners could see their credit scores plummet by hundreds of points, be unable to refinance their homes to take advantage of low-interest rates, find it difficult to obtain a mortgage for a new home, and be denied credit or charged higher interest rates on auto loans and other types of borrowing.
That means mistakes made by Premier could cost borrowers tens of thousands of dollars—even though they did nothing wrong.
If you believe you have been abused by Premier or have questions about the bank’s actions/activities, please contact DannLaw and Marc Dann immediately by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 877-475-8100 or via the contact form on our website: dannlaw.com/contact to arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation that will enable us to
determine if you are eligible to receive substantial monetary damages under the provisions of the Real Estate Sales Practices Act (RESPA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
Please contact us TODAY so we can begin protecting you, your family, and your financial future.