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#1783835 - 02/07/13 06:56 PM suspending or cancelling an appraiser
Bluesfan57 Offline
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Hello all,

i was wondering if anyone has a form the use to inform an appraiser that they are either being suspended or cancelled until further notice.

before we wrote our own, wanted to see if anyone out there would be willing to share one of theirs.

thank you in advance for any responses.

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#1783893 - 02/07/13 08:14 PM Re: suspending or cancelling an appraiser Bluesfan57
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Not sure I understand why you need a letter.
Wouldn't you just remove them from your list of providers?
If it's a business courtesy, then only you would know why you're doing it and how to word it.

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#1783906 - 02/07/13 08:31 PM Re: suspending or cancelling an appraiser Bluesfan57
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If suspension is for cause, I would recommending notifying your state's licensing board, and filing a SAR for mortgage fraud.
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#1783910 - 02/07/13 08:37 PM Re: suspending or cancelling an appraiser Bluesfan57
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thanks for the recommendation truffle, it is us wanting to act professionally rather than just removing off our list and no longer sending orders.

i think it is going to be best if we just write up the letter for reasons you outlined

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#1784022 - 02/08/13 12:37 AM Re: suspending or cancelling an appraiser Bluesfan57
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I would vet any letter you plan on sending through your legal counsel. Giving them reasons is probably not a great idea, unless you just want to just say that you no longer require their services.
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