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If they don't correct their digital files after receiving printed out copies with the changes made, the problem is perpetuated on future forms.

*sigh* Yeah, that must've been it. They couldn't be/didn't bother to look at your corrections. Uh huh.

There are two components of a loan application package. The "initial [or draft] 1003" and the "final 1003." The intake person at the lender would take the initial 1003 and make sure that the final 1003 comports with the initial 1003 before the file was sent to docs.

About a thousand eyes look over the documents to make sure that the very things you've described are corrected. To waste two weeks of a 45-day rate lock in order to correct the initial 1003 was, well, wasteful.

But have it your way. The customer is ALWAYS right--even when they're wrong.
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