Disclosure to Vermont Consumers
Full Beaker, Inc. does not act as your lender. Full Beaker, Inc. forwards your information to our mortgage origination partners who then contact you directly with their offers. Our services are provided free of cost to you and we do not charge or attempt to collect any fees from you. Our fees are flat and are collected from our partners, the amount of which is not dependent upon whether or not a loan is closed. Full Beaker, Inc. neither selects nor recommends a loan product for you. Per Vermont law, we represent the interests of potential borrowers by referring you to one or more of our mortgage origination partners who are licensed or otherwise authorized to do business in Vermont. We maintain records of your inquiry and recommend that you to print out a copy of this agreement for your own purposes.
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