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Calif. State Bar Says Cerritos Attorney Facing Disciplanary Action in Loan Modification Scheme

A Cerritos attorney is facing disciplinary action after complaints by clients of taking  illegal advanced fees for help with loan modification were reported to the State Bar of California.

According to an article in the Cerritos Patch, Pamela Stacey Gerber-Gressier, 53, is also facing accusations that she tried to convince one of her former clients with withdraw his complaint with the State Bar complaint by returning the unearned fees he gave her and that she offered partial refunds to other former clients if they would waive their rights to file malpractice claims against her.

Gerber-Gressier is not licensed to practice law in Illinois, Florida, Massachusetts, Ohio, North Carolina, New York, Georgia and New Jersey, yet the notice of disciplinary charges indicates she advertised to homeowners in those statest using the names of Prudential Law Group, Prudent Law Group and Remedy Center Law Associates.

Other accusations include not stating in her mailers that they were advertisements as opposed to mailings from the homeowners’ mortgage firms and also indicating in the mailers that the sending firms had already evaluated the homeowners’ mortgages.

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