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Rates and APR for military VA mortgages provided by AAFMAA Mortgage Services.

Fayetteville, North Carolina (PRWEB) June 23, 2017

AAFMAA Mortgage Services rates and APR for VA refinances and purchase money mortgages may be found at or click here .

AAFMAA Mortgage Services (AMS) provides a transparent and easy to understand rate analyses. For military families looking to compare rates, the AMS website is a great place to start. With a simple phone call (or visit to the AMS website) to one of AMS's state licensed loan officers military members can find out if overall costs of obtaining a streamlined refinance makes financial sense. A lower payment does not necessarily equate to a better deal for the military family.

AMS competes on rates and service and takes pride in continuing the tradition of zero BBB complaints ever to date. Military families can get the most value out of a home sale or purchase by working with unique tools like the AMS mortgage calculator, the AMS Relocation site , the AMS Builder site , and experienced state-licensed mortgage professionals.

IRS's private debt collectors accused of breaking the law

The four lawmakers – Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Sen. Benjamin Cardin (D-Md.), Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) – said they obtained call scripts used by Pioneer's debt collectors in their interactions with taxpayers.

Risky financial transactions

According to the letter, the senators are concerned that Pioneer violated the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act and the IRS Code. Specifically, the lawmakers said the call scripts appeared to pressure taxpayers into risky financial transactions in an effort to come up with the money. The senators also said the debt collectors' behavior was too similar to that employed by scammers, who often impersonate IRS personnel.

The lawmakers particularly objected to debt collectors' suggestions about how debtors should go about obtaining the money. They say delinquent taxpayers are being advised to take out a second mortgage on their home or cash in their retirement accounts if necessary.

“Pioneer is unique among IRS contractors in pressuring taxpayers to use financial products that could dramatically increase expenses, or cause them to lose their homes or give up retirement security,” the letter states.

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