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Mr. Engineer could have printed off the loan application, crossed through the incorrect middle initial and faxed the paperwork back to the loan originator.

I'm surprised Mr. Engineer didn't think of that--he being so smart 'n all that.

And as I stated earlier in this thread, I did just that, but to no avail. They still continued to get the info wrong, as though they never bothered to look at the docs I signed...even though I told them of the changes I had made when sending the docs back.

Whether it is the industry efforts or the gov't regulations that have done their best to make getting a mortgage a thoughtless process, unfortunately the end result has been an industry inundated with people who just refuse to think. This should not be rocket science, but it still requires more than a fogging of the mirror and a pulse.

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