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[+] ORIGIN OF TITLE WORK DISCLOSURE - STEVE MEINECKE/TN (7 replies)
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[+] Title Insurance a Rotten Deal!?!? - Wyatt Bell/FL (5 replies)
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[+] Any new info on Indepth Solutions - Michele  Moose/NC (7 replies)
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[+] Southern Land & Title/Coosa Valley Abstracting/West Georgia Abstractors - Cherie Smurthwaite/CA (10 replies)
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[-] 3S RealServ / SteeleSoft Inc/ RealEasi/ EasiTitle Non Payment to Title Searchers - Matt Burger/VA (3 replies)
3/13/2012 3:39:26 PM (2312 views)

We are having an issue where a company going by 3S/RealServ and also possibly known as SteeleSoft Inc, RealEasi, or EasiTitle has not paid a balance due which is 6 months old. They have repeatedly told us they would pay shortly but have not made any attempts to pay. There is no question that they are telling us they will send payment while having no intention of doing so. I have spoken to somebody else who said a while back they had trouble getting paid by them too. We have done business with them in the past with no problems which is why I gave them the benefit of the doubt.

It seems they are using the method of sending work to an abstractor until they have to cut them off for non pay and then approaching a different one and so on. Basically they are stealing the work. We are past the point of being able to restore any relationship with them going forward. The reason for this posting was to warn others not to do any work for them. I also wanted to know of anybody else having similar experiences. Please post if you were approached to do work, if you asked about past due bills when you were assigned new work, what you were told when you asked about past due bills and who you spoke with. Any other comments on experiences are welcome also.

I have already accepted that we may never be paid. I however cannot accept allowing them to operate this way and doing this to others going forward. If they won't/can't pay then I will make it my mission to see that they cease operations. If they are insolvent they need to accept it and close down. To continue operating in this manner is a criminal enterprise. Unfortunately we see this all too much these days. Your help in making sure that we are not exploited and that only honest businesses in our industry are tolerated is greatly appreciated.

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Re: 3S RealServ / SteeleSoft Inc/ RealEasi/ EasiTitle Non Payment to Title Searchers - WAYNE QUICK/NC
3/19/2012 9:31:24 AM (1380 views)
Re: 3S RealServ / SteeleSoft Inc/ RealEasi/ EasiTitle Non Payment to Title Searchers - Matt Burger/VA
3/19/2012 10:14:38 AM (1326 views)
Re: 3S RealServ / SteeleSoft Inc/ RealEasi/ EasiTitle Non Payment to Title Searchers - Bruce Giordano/MD
8/20/2012 6:46:25 PM (1535 views)

Bank Officials Cited in Churn of Foreclosures - Leigh Attridge/MA
3/13/2012 10:58:21 AM (932 views)

[+] Does anyone know whatever happened to US Land Title? - Jacqueline Purcell/CT (2 replies)
3/12/2012 10:34:43 PM (1321 views)


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