If you believe your mortgage brokerage, broker, agent, or administrator has violated the Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act and/or its regulations, please follow these steps before filing a complaint with FSRA:
File a complaint with your mortgage brokerage, broker, agent, or administrator and obtain a final position letter from them.
Step 1: File your complaint with the Mortgage Brokerage’s Principal Broker or Administrator
Step 2: Request a final position letter on your case.
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If your matter is still not resolved after following the above steps, you can file a complaint with FSRA.
FSRA considers a range of outcomes when reviewing consumer complaints:
- If the matter is not something we can take action on, we will let you know or may refer you to an organization that can help
- If we need more information from you, we will contact you
- If the matter you have raised does not break any laws we enforce, we will close the case
- If the matter you have raised potentially breaks any laws we enforce, we will consider what action, if any, we should take
To file a complaint with FSRA, please complete the below Complaint Form: