I would never use Fidelity National Title Insurance Company to protect my real estate. A claim was filed with Fidelity for me by their Title Officer for the loss of a mile long easement to 80 acres with views of the famous Napa Valley in California. Fidelity valued the loss at $0 by a Boise Idaho appraiser. After suing Fidelity I was forced to settle for a fraction of the loss. I question whether Fidelity National Title Insurance Company acted in Good Faith in the handling of my claim.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Starting to get a Larger Group of Individuals Who Feel that They were not insured by Fidelity National Title
As people contact me - I am writing about as much as I can without jeopardizing an ongoing case or claim:
have only had one conversation with him. And I do not know any of the
details but they have been thru XXXX claims counsels - similar to my claim and
also since 20XX. They have like you spent mega bucks even going to Omaha
to depose one of the counsels. Fidelity keeps throwing people at them
that “know nothing.” They are going for documents and he noticed
some of the vignettes I had posted of documents that appear to be part of the
processing that he has not been given. As with the documents they
produced for me - they seem to keep nothing and know nothing about the
claims. No phone logs. No written documents - or they claim
your case is slightly different in that you were just trying to get them to
represent you (which is the same as with XXXX) if you have
any “confidential” or “working type” documents that might show that
Fidelity has working documents that they are withholding - those might help XXXXXXXX.
He is looking for internal Fidelity type docs that he can hold up to them and
say “where is this document as it relays to my case !!!”
one thing that I am certain of is that there are more people out there who are
in the process of not being “insured” by Fidelity and the more exposure we
can get the better the chance we have of finding those individuals and exposing
what Fidelity actually does and does not do and the better the chance that they
will have to fly right and actually insure people’s interest in their real
property as they state on their website.
from Windows Mail
From: XXXXXXXX Sent: April 21, 2013 3:15 PM To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> CC: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Subject: Re: Fidelity Title
from XXXXXXX too!
luck on your case. Can't Waite to hear how it goes. Fidelity never
pays, unless a court orders them.