Emergency Rules Are Different
There are many situations why people in foreclosure have left things to the last minute. A lot of times this has to do with the servicer tricking you into believing they are helping you when they are actually running out the clock to your foreclosure sale, but we are here for you when that happens. Impending sale (Emergency) calls are taken immediately after you sign up on the website – forwarded directly to Susan if it is after hours.
If you have an impending sale (emergency)
Please don’t wait until the last minute, but if you do. Here’s what happens:• The very first thing you do is purchase your subscription on the website for $29.99. • Then you call the 800 number and verify that you have joined A/L and you need to speak to Susan immediately- that it is you have a pending sale/ emergency (see what constitutes an emergency). • If you are calling during business hours, you verify to the receptionist that you have joined A/L and [s]he will put your call through to Susan. • If you are calling after hours, you will go directly to a voicemail that will immediately message Susan. You verify on the voicemail • that you have joined A/L • that you have an emergency• and your callback information
If you have a sale date pending it’s most likely that you will need a bankruptcy to stop your foreclosure sale before any litigation can be filed. Once you have been connected with a bankruptcy attorney, you can have a second conversation with Susan about litigation. If bankruptcy is sufficient to deal with your problem, you can keep Susan “on retainer” by paying your monthly subscription fee or cancel your subscription at any time.
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