Residential Mortgage Lenders must be licensed. If you purchased a park owned or affiliate owned mobile home, your transaction may not have been processed by a licensed lender. If you are without a title to your mobile home and other important documentation required to prove ownership and/or to resell your mobile home, submit a complaint to the DBO today. Be sure to have your original purchase documentation during the time you submit the complaint.
Call the DBO’s Consumer Call Center if you need information about financial service providers licensed by the DBO, or for help filing a complaint. Call 866-275-2677 or 916-327-7585.
If you are without your title, and you've requested it multiple times from the seller, and still have not received your title, submit a complaint to the DBO and provide ALL of the documentation you have for the transaction of your mobile home. In addition to the above, call the toll free number below today regarding your title issues.
Sin Título de tu Casa Móvil? Póngase en contacto con el Departamento de la División de Vivienda y (HCD) de Registro de Desarrollo Comunitario y Titulación de Estado al 800-952-8356 para obtener asistencia inmediata.
No Title for Your Mobile Home? If you have not received your Title within twenty (20) days after purchase, contact the State Department of Housing and Community Development’s (HCD) Registration and Titling Division at 800-952-8356 for immediate assistance.
The Department of Business Oversight (DBO) encourages financial services consumers to submit complaints if they believe a DBO licensee has violated state law or acted improperly, or if they believe a company or person is conducting unlicensed activity that falls within the DBO's jurisdiction.
You should always file your complaint with the DBO, regardless of whether you are trying to resolve your dispute through another forum. The DBO relies on complaints to help us protect consumers, borrowers and investors, and obtain redress for them when they're victimized by unlawful, unfair or fraudulent business practices.
The DBO evaluates and reviews complaints and takes appropriate action when it finds violations of the laws and regulations we administer. Enforcement actions may include administrative orders to: stop violations of laws; deny, suspend or revoke licenses; take possession of licensees; suspend or bar individuals from participating in a regulated industry; and levy penalties. The DBO also can file civil actions to stop violations of the laws, appoint receivers over companies, and obtain restitution for consumers and penalties against violators.
If the DBO does not have jurisdiction over the matter, we will help direct you to the proper regulatory or law enforcement agency.
Thu, Sep 29, 2016 –
On Monday, March 19, 2015, Chair D. Ewing of the East Davis County Fire Protection District (EDCFPC) announced that a task force of nine (9) was being formed to investigate the questionable business practices of Sierra Corporate Management.
One year later, on Friday, March 25, 2016, The People of the State of California (Plaintiff) filed a Complaint for Injunction, Civil Penalties, and Other Equitable Relief against Davis Group LP, Sierra Corporate Management Inc, Western Ventures LP, Abraham Arrigotti and DOES 1 through 20 inclusive.
On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, The People of the State of California won a Final Judgment and obtained an Injunction against Davis Group LP and Western Ventures LP.
Lawsuits Against Kort & Scott Companies
Sierra Corporate Management Inc
320 North Park Vista Street
Anaheim, California 92806-3722