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Protect Yourself and Your Identity | Not All Thieves are Stupid

There’s a lady who has now changed her habit of how she lists her names on her mobile phone after her handbag was stolen.  Her handbag, which contained her smartphone, credit card, wallet, etc., was stolen.  Twenty minutes later when she called her husband from a pay phone telling him what had happened he said,… Continue Reading

Borrower’s Right to Privacy in a Mortgage Transaction

Borrower’s Right to Privacy The borrower’s right to privacy is a significant concern for mortgage professionals who are involved in the solicitation, origination, processing, closing and servicing of mortgage transactions.  Multiple laws protect the privacy of borrowers, and violation of these laws can result in serious liability.  Privacy laws protect borrowers from the time they… Continue Reading

Privacy in Solicitations and the Telemarketing Sales Rule

Privacy in Solicitations Telemarketing is one method that businesses such as mortgage brokers and lenders use in the solicitation of business. The origination of many mortgages begins with a sales call.  However, within the past few years, the enactment of new federal and state laws and regulations has created many restrictions and prohibitions for telephone… Continue Reading

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act | Personal Privacy and the GLB Act

Privacy in the Completion and Processing of Loan Applications Mortgage loan applications contain a great deal of personal information such as social security numbers, e-mail addresses, monthly income, bank account numbers, credit account numbers, insurance policies, personal assets and debts with related account numbers, and account balances.  The receipt of this information triggers a number… Continue Reading

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