Loan servicing, payments, escrow account

I purchased a home with a mortgage loan through XXXX XXXX Loans in XXXX of XXXX. My loan was assumed by Franklin American Mortgage shortly thereafter. On XXXX XXXX, XXXX, I was notified by mail of an escrow shortage of which included a {$3400.00} in late fees which were labeled as ” taxes ” on the statement. Further investigation on my part determined this late fee was assessed by the XXXX XXXX ( XXXX, TX ) Appraisal District because they had not been notified by FAMC of the loan servicing transfer. I understand that I am responsible for taxes but not a late fee caused by FAMC ‘s failure to notify the tax office.

After months of calls and discussions with FAMC, I ‘m unable to reach a resolution, even after the XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX explained what happened to FAMC. I ca n’t believe that I ‘m the only customer this has happened to. Please help! It ‘s sad that customers have to spend this much time resolving an issue. Why has n’t the lender been proactive?

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