Jamie Dimon Wants To Get Out of the Mortgage Business; with Good Reason

I pulled up Chase Home Finance offices across this Country through the Better Business Bureau to determine why Jamie might want out of the Mortgage business.

Out of 227 offices for Chase Home Finance only 2 are accredited.

The following are offices that I came up when I searched Chase Home Finance:

Chase Home Finance Headquarters – F-rating
Chase Home Finance Office in Edison, New Jersey – F-rating
Chase Home Finance Office in West Bloomfield, Michigan – F-rating
Chase Home Finance Office in Coon Rapids, Minnesota – F-rating
Chase Home Finance Office in Winston Salem, North Carolina – F-rating
Chase Home Finance Office in La Mesa, California – NO-rating
Chase Home Finance aka Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp in Brookfield, Wisconsin – D-rating
Chase Home Finance aka Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp in Maitland, Florida & in Moraine, Ohio – NO-rating (Both Office Numbers Are Disconnected)
Chase Home Finance aka JP Morgan Chas in Blacksburg, Virginia – NO-rating

I did find one office that had a good rating with the BBB:

Chase Home Finance Office in Edison, Las Vegas, Nevada – A+-rating
(There are only 5 complaints and all show that they were resolved. The BBB file was opened on 07/06/1999, but the first complaint did not happen until 09/22/2008?)

If the Nevada office is so good, why doesn’t Mr. Dimon use this office as an example for all the other offices? I guess he realizes that the abuse by his company has been so excessive that the company could never improve its ratings with regards to home loans and modifications, and that it is best that he gets out. All Chase Home Finance offices that I looked up had no-rating or an F-rating, except for the D-rating in Wisconsin and the A+ rating in Nevada.

Since this criminal servicer, Chase Home Finance continues its criminal ways, then I guess it is best that Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase Bank, gets out of the mortgage business.

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