How did you get to the recovery department? I called again and spoke with the generic cs rep of the moment and he would do nothing but tell me that I needed to send them all my financials, paystubs, account statements, etc for them to do anything. I told them that I would not be providing that information but would be willing to negotiate a settlement. At that point we got to the usual catch-22, they won't do a settlement without that info and I won't provide that info.good news...Congress extended the Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Act of 2007 another year (to end of 2013)!!! Good luck with your SLS settlements! To anyone interested, I spoked to a Rep at SLS.net Recovery Department named Suzan to get my settlement.
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Like you, they started calling me every day again. I finally picked up once to see if their position had changed. We are basically at the point where I've let them know I am willing to negotiate a settlement but they said they won't do that without me submitting all my financial information, which I told them isn't going to happen. The cs rep basically told me that they would keep calling and we would keep having the same conversation that goes no where and if I didn't want to keep doing that I should submit a cease and desist letter to save me the aggravation of the calls. I laughed and told the cs rep that the calls don't bother me, its not costing me anything to send 99% of them to voice mail. From what they told me, their system is set up to call every day until a rep talks to me that week. Once they talk to me that week the system stops calling until the next week. This month will be one year since I last paid them anything.Rillion,
Anything new going on with you and SLS. They have just started the calls again after months of hearing nothing. They have called 3 times in the last week and just leave a message that they need me to return their call. I am considering just re-mailing them the last counter offer we gave them on the paperwork they sent us over 1 year ago. I really do not want to talk to them as I would hate to get tangled up and make a mistake in how much information I give them