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Anybody else get this crazy email?

Date: 6/17/2010
To:
From: IndyMac Bank's REO Department
Reference: IndyMac Bank's Advanced Attorney Network

Dear ,

Congratulations!! You have been approved as an IndyMac REO Attorney and will now become part of an elite member of our REO team.

You will soon be contacted by our Vendor Manager with your Attorney ID and your Login Name. Instructions will also be included so you can log onto our REO system and navigate the online site as needed.

Once again, CONGRATULATIONS!

Sincerely,


REO Team
IndyMac


Whats this about?......Weird......

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Comment by Dunia Partow on June 29, 2010 at 4:54pm
received 5 of these emailes in the last week!!!???
Comment by Marqueze D. Williams, Sr, NRBA on June 28, 2010 at 6:16pm
Ok...Since they want to send us emails about being accepted we need to all bombard them with emails asking them when will they really accept us!
Comment by Catherine Dean on June 28, 2010 at 5:55pm
I also got this same message.I applied as a Broker with Indy Mac over 2 years ago and have been in pending status ever since.
Comment by Donna Edmond on June 28, 2010 at 1:00pm
I received the same message. It is indeed weird.
Comment by Stacey Wilson on June 26, 2010 at 9:32pm
I did, like 6 times in one day!
Comment by Glenda S. Howell on June 26, 2010 at 7:33am
Another you must pay to participate notice: Did anyone else get this????

received the attached email from IndyMac.
Did anyone else get this???? : What is going on with these emails soliciting Realtors to pay all of these
fees to get listings from a company you've been working with????
.
Dear Agent:


Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank has chosen RES.NET as their REO application. If you are currently a RES.NET registered agent, then you are accustomed to standard online procedures to complete tasks and e-sign documents. If you are not currently a RES.NET registered agent, you need to follow the steps below immediately for Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank to continue to manage properties through your organization:

1. Go to www.res.net to register as a RES.NET agent. There is an annual $250 subscription fee.

2. After you register, Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank, and other asset management companies, and servicers, will be able to place you on their REO files to list and maintain their properties.

3. You will need to login as an Agent daily to review "My REO Tasks." Outstanding tasks can be found in a line item and completed online.

4. RES.NET, Inc. support staff is available Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST for any questions or training needs. Please don't hesitate to call 800-760-7036 or email support@res.net.

5. Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank requires all agents to submit all tasks (BPOs, Photos, Updates, etc.) and reimbursable expenses through the RES.NET portal. Faxes, mail, etc. will not be an acceptable format.

Failure to register by July 30, 2010 on www.res.net as an agent may result in loss of business with Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank.

If you have any questions regarding this e-mail, please contact Nicholas Huerta, Nicholas.huerta@owb.com, or RES.NET, Inc. support staff.


Best regards,


RES.NET
Customer Service Team
Comment by Marqueze D. Williams, Sr, NRBA on June 26, 2010 at 12:40am
Amen James! I was vented about that earlier. Its just to much! They all say to "weed out the fake" but we are paying more in fews than we are getting in assets! Just insane....But hey what do we do? Congress or NAR or some one needs to get on this. All of the FAKE alphabets behind people's name is just a scam. But hey if you pay for them I guess you should use them uh? To each its own...
Comment by James Foster on June 25, 2010 at 9:21pm
I have sent a email to One West to see if this is coming from them.
Comment by James Foster on June 25, 2010 at 8:42pm
I did get one of these too how come we have to keep paying all these fees. I live in a small county I have had a few listings and have a few in the works will they keep coming?? We do all this work and the fees just keep coming what is wrong withusing Equator or yeah their fees are small......
Comment by Glenda S. Howell on June 25, 2010 at 6:14pm
Comment by Glenda S. Howell just now Delete Comment Just received the attached email from IndyMac.
Did anyone else get this???? : What is going on with these emails soliciting Realtors to pay all of these
fees to get listings from a company you've been working with????
.
Dear Agent:


Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank has chosen RES.NET as their REO application. If you are currently a RES.NET registered agent, then you are accustomed to standard online procedures to complete tasks and e-sign documents. If you are not currently a RES.NET registered agent, you need to follow the steps below immediately for Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank to continue to manage properties through your organization:

1. Go to www.res.net to register as a RES.NET agent. There is an annual $250 subscription fee.

2. After you register, Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank, and other asset management companies, and servicers, will be able to place you on their REO files to list and maintain their properties.

3. You will need to login as an Agent daily to review "My REO Tasks." Outstanding tasks can be found in a line item and completed online.

4. RES.NET, Inc. support staff is available Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST for any questions or training needs. Please don't hesitate to call 800-760-7036 or email support@res.net.

5. Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank requires all agents to submit all tasks (BPOs, Photos, Updates, etc.) and reimbursable expenses through the RES.NET portal. Faxes, mail, etc. will not be an acceptable format.

Failure to register by July 30, 2010 on www.res.net as an agent may result in loss of business with Indymac Mortgage Services, a division of OneWest Bank.

If you have any questions regarding this e-mail, please contact Nicholas Huerta, Nicholas.huerta@owb.com, or RES.NET, Inc. support staff.


Best regards,


RES.NET
Customer Service Team

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