in Newswire Published on January 24, 2023

Class Action Alleges 21st Mortgage Corporation Unlawfully Placed ‘Repeated,’ ‘Harassing’ Phone Calls to Borrowers [DISMISSED]

by Kelly Mehorter

Last Updated on March 14, 2024

Tatick v. 21st Mortgage Corporation et al.

Filed: January 20, 2023 § 3:23-cv-00108

A class action alleges 21st Mortgage Corporation has placed “repeated, annoying, and harassing” debt collection phone calls to borrowers, even after being asked to stop.

March 14, 2024 – 21st Mortgage Phone Calls Lawsuit Voluntarily Dismissed by Plaintiff

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Last Updated on March 14, 2024 — 4:34 PM

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