Quick Loan Audit
Loan Modification Scam
May 26, 2011
Consumers report that they contacted Quick Loan Audit for assistance with loan modification services. A Complainant reported paying up to $2,500 for loan modification services. However, no loan modification services were actually provided.
Quick Loan Audit has been associated with an address location of 333 South Anita Drive, Orange, California, 92868. The Department’s research indicates that the original company may no longer be active; however, consumers are cautioned that these types of operations are often closed under one name and re-opened using a different company name. The business model tends to remain constant.
Quick Loan Audit is not registered with the Washington State Department of Revenue, the Office of the Secretary of State to do business in Washington, or at the Department of Licensing Master Business Division.
If you feel you have been victimized by these individuals, and you reside in Washington State, you may file a complaint with the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions by contacting the Consumer Services Division at 360-902-8703, or by filing a complaint online. You can file a complaint online at www.dfi.wa.gov/cs/complaint.htm.
These kinds of contacts should also be reported to federal law enforcement authorities. You may contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation online: www.fbi.gov or by telephone: (202) 324-3000. We also suggest contacting the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) online: www.ftc.gov or toll free: 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357). Complainants have also had some success contacting their local telephone carrier’s nuisance department to stop calls.
If the caller has indicated they may know private information, such as your Social Security number, other account numbers, or contact information for work or other associates, you should take steps to protect yourself against identity theft. There is information on the FTC website about steps to take to protect yourself from identity theft, and what to do to protect yourself in the event you are a victim of identity theft.