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PNC bank even though I filed a complaint with the CFPB, are still claiming that the original document when I bought the home is what they are standing by not true numbers? Now what can I do? When I first obtained the loan I 2005, I signed a amortization form showing the date that PMI insurance would mature. I opted to do a mortgage accelerator. By doing this my payments became bimonthly, which brought my LTV way before the original maturity date. My biggest question is PNC correct in sticking by the original date, or am I owed money from the PMI reaching 78% a lot guicker? I've written and filed with the CFPD with the same answer. If I need an attorney what kind, I live in Illinois. Thank You
related to an answer for: PMI insurance automatically drop
asked Jan 23, 2018 in Conventional Loans by Bill
edited Jan 25, 2018

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Hello and thank you for writing.

In order to answer your question, I need to know what the issue is that you're experiencing. Was the rate different than what you expected? Were there charges you did not agree to? Is there mortgage insurance you were not expecting?

I can probably help you, but you need to explain what you mean by "original document" and "true numbers" please.

I hope you get back to me because I am somewhat curious!
answered Jan 25, 2018 by GinaPogol (47,650 points)

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