Of course was my mistake, accepting dealing with Quicken Loans. This is just a warning for all the people like, looking for a solution to your economical and financial problems.
Don't ever go with Quicken Loans and specially dealing with Jamil Jones. This guy just wrapped you with a lot of talking, makes you e-signed some documents, and when you realize is too late. The minute you e-signed (meaning a click on the computer, not with a pen) you are screwed. They use the information that you honestly gave them to pull out your credit report and charge you $500 in one of your credit cards, without letting you know about it.
You will notice it when you receive your statement. Not only that, they use my wife's credit card, who wasn't aware I was trying to look for a solution to our problems. Is this legal? I just e-signed (click) a document for a 500 dollars good faith deposit.
They charge my wife's credit card the next day. When I reviewed other proposals, I called Jamil Jones (agent?) to tell him to stop whatever he was doing and never mentioned about the charge to my wife's credit card. I realized about it yesterday (12 days later) when we received the statement. Charging a credit card without authorization, just using your credit card numbers pulled out from a credit report check, is illegal in my opinion.
We don't know yet if we are going to loose this money but I would like anybody else to know that making business with Quicken Loans is going into a dark zone.
Product or Service Mentioned: Quicken Loans Credit Report.