Texas American Title

Very Unprofessional Company

I suggest you look elsewhere if you’re sealing an important land deal.

I have limited experience with title companies, but even with that limited range I know this company is just bad bad bad.

On the day my family and I closed a major land deal (or it was to us) we signed our final papers for the transaction.

A day goes by without receiving our funds from our buyer.We were panicked to say the least.

The title companies contacts us at the end of the day and explains “There was a clerical error on the final document” We say ok, what exactly does that mean?? The man from the Texas American Title company says “Well, whoever drew up the contract failed to account for a $5,000 earnest money withdrawal from your final selling sum” We had been assured by our realtor, our buyers, and this lame title company about our final figure.

We had even signed the final documents with the agreed upon sum.

Then, even more shocking, the next morning the title company calls us and tells us another error had been made that would reduce our sell by an additional $1,000. We were floored.

Their representative told us “Clerical errors do happen” Yes, the probably do whenever some low level lacky in a cubicle is spending their time checking their facebook or twitter feed instead of doing their job as they should be.

We essentially had to accept these losses because if we had tried to fight with the title company we would have been in default to our buyer.

Plainly put, this is a very very unprofessional company.

I highly suggest you use a different title company if you want to seal your deal without loss from your total sum.

`This left my family and I feeling very distrustful and cheated.

Is Texas American Title a scam?
Texas American Title is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Texas American Title legit?
First Texas American Title is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Texas American Title’s consumers?
There is/are 2 review(s) posted about Texas American Title and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Texas American Title located?
Texas American Title is located at 2500 W Loop S #1600, Houston, TX 77027, USA. You can contact Texas American Title by dialing (713) 621-3555 or visit their website texasamerican.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Texas American Title’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $3658 was the total loss incurred by Texas American Title’s customers.

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2 reviews on Texas American Title

  1. Marty Walker

    I recently closed on a piece of property

    I recently closed on a piece of property. The buyer chose Texas American Title, said he’d used them many times and trusted them entirely. I didn’t care. Based on my previous experience, they’re all pretty much the same.

    I’ve never had a really BAD experience with a Title Company – til now. As the time to close drew near and I hadn’t been contacted by anyone to set up a date or time, I started calling and emailing.

    The third call resulted in a young lady (receptionist) pulling up my file and saying everything was ready. All paperwork was in and complete. All I needed to bring was proof of identity – my driver’s license would be fine. Within 30 minutes of setting up a time, I was contacted with news that not only did they not have all they needed but one critical piece was a document that needed submission to the government.

    Once that was back, I was assured we would be ready – and it should only take 5-7 days for the government to return this document. At the end of a week, and still no information forthcoming from the title company, I emailed – still no document. Next day – I emailed again – and still no document.

  2. Brian Cox

    We will overnight check to address you listed tonight.

    When I showed up to close and got settled in the lobby, I overheard the receptionist reminding someone that there was a customer in the lobby and was surprised to learn that she had left for lunch. I closed with another Escrow Officer. This morning I received an email from my original officer, This was ALL the email had in it: “We are funded.

    We will overnight check to address you listed tonight. ” No tracking number. No comment or excuse or explanation why she couldn’t be bothered to stick around and finish the deal. Again – this is simple customer service. Either train her or let her go. She’s young. She’s attractive. She can find other employment that might not need her to be thorough or customer-focused.

Reviews:2
Reported Loss :3658 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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