America’s Servicing Company, or simply ASC, is a home mortgage servicing company owned by Wells Fargo. The company doesn’t originate loans on its own. Instead, it purchases loans originated by other lenders, which they sell in the secondary market, packaging them into securities.
Not all loans originated at Wells Fargo come to ASC for servicing. The bulk of loan portfolio at America’s Servicing Company comprises mortgages originated at a diversified range of lenders, including those that compete with Wells Fargo.
It may happen that your lender has sold your mortgage to ASC and now ask you to pay mortgages directly to the latter whether online or through mail. The loan originator as well as servicer must notify you when the transaction happens and tell you what to do next.
Alternatively, you may need to call the customer service to get proper details of online payment login and mailing address.
America’s Servicing Company Mortgage Payment
America’s Servicing Company maintains a separate website for online login and payment processing. A borrower must register first and set up the user name and login password to begin with. The password must be between 8 and 30 characters and must include an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, a number and a special character.
You can call 1-866-674-1430 for any issues related to account login and online payment.
With your online account already set up, you can sign in anytime to view your account details and make mortgage payment. Moreover, you can also request for online statements and do a lot of other activities from the comfort of your home or office.
America’s Servicing Company Mortgage Customer Service
The customer service phone number to contact America’s Servicing Company is 1-800-842-7654.
ASC is a division of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, which can be contacted at 1-800-678-7986 for help with your payment issues.
Homeowners with payment difficulties can find a range of help options, including forbearance, repayment, loan modification, short sale, and deed in lieu. They only need to call the customer service phone number to get started with the mortgage help.