I don't have a specific answer for you, but, this link is to the Federal Trade Commission regarding this specific issue. I hope it helps. http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre42.shtm
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She should either deal with it herself or hire an attorney from AZ to assist her. If she pays money to an out of state foreclosure company or modification company she will most likely lose money and not get anything to show for it. Make sure that she uses an attorney who is familiar with this type of law and she will be ok. Good luck.
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There are many scams out there, some of which even seem legitimate upon first glance. Your sister should seek out an attorney's advice. She may even be able to get some initial advice without any cost to her. An attorney can help her map out a strategy and figure out how to best proceed. Before she tries anything, she should first do a simple internet search regarding the "strategy" (potential scam) advised to her as well as find out more about the person who provided her with such advice. She should also consult with an attorney to find out if said advice is legitimate/acceptable.Ask a similar question
Greedy people will always fall for these scams no matter what logic is offered to the contrary. There is not much one can do about human nature.
This is not legal advice but a general comment on society.Ask a similar question