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BBB Issues Warning about National Church Consultant of America

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning consumers that even though charging upfront fees for loan modification assistance is illegal since Senate Bill 94 (SB 94) was passed last year, there are still businesses doing so.

Gary Almond, CEO of the Northeast Better Business Bureau located in West Sacramento, said that complaints have come in to their service regarding Andrews Investment Group, which also operates as National Church Consultant of America. Andrews Investment Group is owned by Rodney Andrews; Andrews is neither an attorney, nor a real estate broker, which is required if he wants to charge the $700 to $7,000 that complaints against him accuse him of charging.

Andrews Investment Group and National Church Consultant of America have received an “F” rating from the Better Business Bureau, according to an article in the Sacramento Bee.

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