Struggling Homeowners

Consumer Education Information

At Fidelity, we want to ensure that our customers and potential customers have all of the information they need to make the best decisions possible and be protected against possible scams, fraud and other illegal activities. We've included links below that we invite you to follow to better educate yourself on some of the most pressing topics facing our customers and the financial industry at the current time.

As always, our main interest is you! We hope you find these links helpful, and we welcome any ideas you may have for other topics you'd like to see us cover. Feel free to contact our customer service center at 1-800-220-2497.

Mortgage Help from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

www.consumerfinance.gov/mortgagehelp

Options to Prevent Foreclosure

www.KnowYourOptions.com

How to Best Avoid Loan Modification Scams

www.PreventLoanScams.org

Housing Counselors

Behind on your mortgage payments? Find out how a housing counselor can help you.

Avoiding Foreclosure

Foreclosure Prevention

Homeowner's experiencing difficulty in making their mortgage payments have several options to avoid foreclosure. However, sometimes despite our best efforts to help, the outcome is not what was hoped for.

Our Special Assets Department will receive your inquiry for review of the foreclosure prevention process, the department will:

  • Review your written request within 5 business days
  • Provide an information packet within 15 days
  • Once the completed information packet has been returned to Special Assets, you will receive a resolution notification within 30 days.

Toll free: 1-800-220-2497

Hours: 8:30am – 5pm CST Monday – Friday

By mail: Fidelity Bank

P O Box 5990

Metairie, La 70009

Attn: Special Assets Department

Help for Service Members

Service Members Civil Relief Act

View the Service Members Civil Relief Act.

Housing Counselors

Behind on your mortgage payments? Find out how a housing counselor can help you.