Our expert review of this letter revealed the following:
Issued: September, 2017 & October 2017
If you go with a very popular online vendor, there’s a good chance you’ll end up with this … well, turd. We see this letter a lot, and well, so do property manager, lawyers, and HUD discrimination lawyers.
Sorry to say, but you got jacked.
- Stating a client’s disabled does not mean they’re disabled. How are they disabled?
- The letter references “limitations”, when HUD’s guidelines reference “substantially limited.”
You see, when you churn out letters like this, you end up with, well, a bad letter review.[gview file=”https://www.esadoggy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/bad-6.pdf”] [gview file=”https://www.esadoggy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/bad-3.pdf”]