(216) 357-7920 is a Mortgage Scam
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- Transcript Hi this is Sally Turner you know most seniors do not realize that Congress pass laws for those senior homeowners who do not have to have a mortgage in order to still get a government backed reverse mortgage that will allow you to get the money you need now and be able to stay in your home permanently many seniors need the money and the good news is you can get the money you need now and also stay in your home as long as you live our local reverse mortgage loan officers at the bank would love to get you all the information press the 1 key to learn more about the no mortgage reverse loan that never has to be paid back press 1 now press the key to be removed from the calling list.
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- Date Blacklisted March 30, 2017
- Call Activity Last detected 4 months ago
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