The page, which Phillips didn’t deny creating, also said she had been recently laid off from her "mortgage job.”
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A Jaime Tennille Phillips, also known as Jaime Tennille Kahl, held a mortgage loan originator license in Georgia that was voluntarily surrendered in September 2016, according to state records.
The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance said it didn’t have information to release about the reason for the surrender. But, generally, the agency will ask a license holder to surrender his or her license after losing the “sponsor,” or employer. That could happen in a layoff.
Phillips also holds a current loan originator license in the state of Kentucky, the database shows.
The database also includes employment history information that Phillips submitted to the state. It shows Phillips says she worked as a loan partner at NFM Lending in Smyrna for a few months in 2016.
It also says she reported working as a loan processor at AmeriSave Mortgage in Atlanta; an associate at the JoAnn Fabrics store in Alpharetta; and an insurance producer for AFLAC in Columbus, Georgia.
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