G-Rate, a prominent mortgage industry player, has filed a serious allegation against NAF, claiming that the company has engaged in illegal loan officer compensation practices. The accusation specifically points to NAF’s unethical methods of manipulating lead sources to entice and retain employees. G-Rate asserts that at least 30 of its own employees have been poached by NAF through these illicit means. This revelation has sent shockwaves through the industry, raising concerns about fair competition and business practices.

• G-Rate accuses NAF of illegal loan officer compensation practices
• Manipulation of lead sources alleged as the method to attract and retain employees
• G-Rate claims that at least 30 of its employees were lured away by NAF
• Serious implications for fair competition and ethical business practices in the mortgage industry

These allegations are not to be taken lightly, as they directly challenge the principles of fair competition and integrity within the mortgage industry. If proven true, NAF’s actions could have far-reaching consequences on industry ethics and practices. It remains to be seen how this allegation will be investigated and whether appropriate action will be taken to address the claim. The mortgage industry, as well as stakeholders and regulators, will closely monitor the developments surrounding this controversy.

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