Mortgage Fraud - Deceptive Trade Practices Demand Letter

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The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act requires that before filing suit a plaintiff send to a prospective defendant a demand letter. Each letter is different, just as each case is different. I try to not just threaten the other party but explain what actually happened. It is an attempt to humanize my client to what is probably a big company that could care less. If I can get them to see my client as a person, to be interested in their story and to care then maybe we can settle without filing suit. In this case my client was the victim of a fairly complicated mortgage fraud scheme.

Please see full Demand Letter below for more information.

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