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Tuesday, 24 October 2017 18:00

KKOB October 24

It's come to our attention that several companies have been posing as Indigo Mortgage online in an attempt to obtain sensitive information from shoppers. Ben Lucero addresses this on KKOB and talks about the importance of keeping your information secure online.

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Tuesday, 24 October 2017 17:26

Beware of Imposters: A Note from Ben Lucero

When it comes to shopping for a mortgage, buyers have more options now than ever! This is great for buyers, because it means they have the opportunity to find the lowest rates and best terms, but it also means a lot of searching. To complicate matters even further, for every legitimate broker or lender, there are plenty of scammers out there trying to take advantage of shoppers. Just last week, I googled Indigo Mortgage out of curiosity, and I was completely taken aback by what I found. Three different online companies made it appear that their link was Indigo Mortgage – but each one wanted borrowers to input their social security number and date of birth!

First of all, I want to tell borrowers NEVER give out your social security number online when you’re shopping for a mortgage. At Indigo Mortgage, our online quick analysis form only asks for your name, contact information, and a short explanation of the type of loan you are looking for. We never ask for your social security number online - not until you come into our office to speak with us face to face and you’re ready to move forward with a loan.

I want to let borrowers know that there are unscrupulous lenders out there that are trying to steal local business. If you are looking for Indigo Mortgage online, make sure you’re visiting the correct website – indigomortgage.net. Don’t be fooled by imposters that just want to capture your information.

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Tuesday, 14 February 2017 23:04

KKOB on February 14

Today on KKOB, Ben Lucero of Indigo Mortgage discusses why borrowers should be wary of national lenders that promise conventient online loans, and why it's more efficient to work with a local lender.

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