Alex J. Stenback: Contact Details

by Alex Stenback on February 14, 2006

Mailing Address:
Alex J. Stenback
CTX Mortgage
Two Carlson Parkway, Suite 220
Plymouth, MN 55447

Directions/Location: GMAP | Mapquest

Telephone/Fax:
Direct: 763.390.4402
Cell: 612.749.6999
FAX: 763.390.4419

Email: alex@alexstenback.com

Instant Messaging:
Please use some discretion here, I generally prefer tips or questions about something posted on the blog stay within email.  That said, if you have a question about a home loan or mortgage, are an existing client, past client, would like to become a client, feel free to IM.

Google Talk: alex.stenback@gmail.com
MSN: alex@alexstenback.com
Skype: alex.stenback

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Diana October 10, 2006 at 10:44 am

Heard any news regarding Rick Thompson with Aegis Mortgage stepping down from CEO?

Member NAMB August 16, 2007 at 2:33 am

BANKRATE BAIT AND SWITCH MONOPOLY MUST END

As stated in BanxCorp’s complaint:

If the aggregation and dissemination of Bank Rates are controlled by a
single hub or entity — Bankrate — acting as an unregulated central
Banking Exchange, the opportunities for market manipulation and abuse of
market power increase exponentially, with potentially catastrophic
consequences for the entire United States consumer banking and mortgage
markets, and any other related markets.

“You don’t have to take our word for it when it comes to Bankrate’s abuses; Bankrate’s own words best and most reliably describe how its conduct violates federal and state antitrust laws,” said Norbert Mehl, BanxCorp’s founder and CEO. “We encourage regulators around the country to take a close look at the consumer harm Bankrate’s business practices are causing, and how its monopoly position is causing detriment to banking and mortgage customers and adversely affecting a market that is critical to our nation’s economy.”

In fact, on May 2, 2007 during its First Quarter 2007 Earnings Call, Bankrate’s President and CEO, Thomas R. Evans, stated as follows:

“One of the things that is a tremendous gating item for us, we believe is
in terms of competition, and barriers for competition, is how does anybody
else break into this, if we have tied up all the best newspaper relations,
the best co-brand relationships and we’ve got a dynamic organic traffic
website. How does anybody else get into this business and compete with
Bankrate?”

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