Did you have to pay a fee? They want $136 to get started.That is how it worked for me. My fees were due 1/1. They told us if we returned the paperwork before that, we would not get a bill. That is how it happened.
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It could be but it is odd that they won't give you more info unless you pay. It's one thing to charge $136 to do a deed back and another to ask for $136 in order to get information about a deed back. I would ask them what the $136 is for and if it would be refunded if you decide not to deedback.We don't have a mortgage and all fees are paid up. Maybe its something new?
LOL. I didn't have to pay anything. I received the paperwork, took it to my bank to have it notarized, sent it priority mail to track it and 3 weeks later they told me the notary stamp was to large and had crossed some mysterious line on the page so it couldn't be processed and I would have to redo everything. They sent the paperwork again and COVID-19 hit. I haven't been back to the bank.How did this work out for you? We are trying to deed ours back also. They said we have to pay $136. 00 before we get anymore information.