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Kathi808
Kathi808
2012-11-11 20:44:53
Event Reminder
I was scammed by Greystone Legal-National Legal Solutions
Peter Goldman and Kevin Bowers @ 1-855-290-8400
They claimed that Chase would rip me off if I attempted a fast track re-fi.
I got sucked in and sent them $2000. to help make things go smoothly and get a lower % that Chase was offering me.
They did NOTHING  When I called to check with Petr Goldman he was rude and said they ARE working with a different dept than my loan dept. NONE OF THIS WAS TRUE!!!  I got the re0fi myself through Chase and no one at Chase in ANY dept said they never heard from /Greystone!!  They just took my 2000$ and did nothing but laugh all the way to the bank.
Who do I contact to make a formal complaint??
Michigan State Police
Michigan State Police
2011-12-19 05:36:35
Unknown
New Atlantic Solutions 556 North Ave, Fort Lee, New Jersey 07024, telephone 1-866-772-5123, fax 1-866-559-9603 is calling people and solicitating persons to apply for a personal loan of $5000.00.  Once you send them all your personal and banking information, they tell you that you are approved.  You send them first and last months loan payment plus and insurance fee.  Once you send the money Western Union to Makeda Joefield-Jacob in Ontario, Windsor, Canada, they call you and tell you they need you to pay more money for a Brokerage Fee for the loan.  It is best to deal with local agencies in your town, and now telemarketers or computer marketers.  That way your dealing face to face with someone.
Elsie
Elsie
2011-11-10 02:56:07
Unknown
I feel your pain, I was just scammed as well.  The company that scammed me was Strotford Referrals,the loan officer that I was dealing with was James Cross and Andrew Adams.  My loan was for $5000 and in order for me to recieve the loan I was told to send $763.17 and within hours I would've recieved my loan but instead I was told that I would'nt be able to get the loan unless I put more money down which was $635.  I then waited for 2 hours because I was told that the money would be deposited into my account within the 2 hours.  I started to think this was a scam, so I called this guy James Cross back and the person who kept on answering kept telliing me,"he's in a meeting", then the next excuse was "he's stepped out of the office."  I told the next person who answered that I just want to cancel the loan and to refund all my money back to me and to send it through Western Union.  He then said "Sorry we can't send it through western union but we can refund you within 3-6 weeks.  That's a whole lot of b/s.  They wanted their money sent Western Union within minutes but yet cannot send my money back through the Western Union.  When I sent it Western Union I was told to send it to Makeda Joefield-Jacob and the second transaction was sent to Shanice Clarke both to Ontario,Canada.  I am f****d up because these f****rs took all that I had saved up with me thinking that I will recieve this loan to cover up my bills and my rent.  They will surely pay for what they did!
Snook
Snook
2011-07-30 19:40:07
Unknown
I was scammed by Momentum Swift Solutions...Lost my car, my house and had to get my family to provide money to feed my kids. I was scammed close to 2500.00 and only 750.00 was my own. I had borrowed the rest.
Jason
Jason
2011-06-06 21:04:52
Unknown
Don't waste your time.
jesus
jesus
2011-03-23 23:50:04
Unknown
I want to add other phone Benjiman ward or nick foster used to call me ask for more money ( 4045032136 and 8777491134)
jesus
jesus
2011-03-23 23:40:51
Unknown
i was scammed may 2010, i had a financial emergency and greystone national financial solutions 3500 lenox road atlanta GA 30326 phone number 8778338170 ext 548 requested money in advance to approve a loan and the money has to be sent by western union to clay wilford in toronto ontario canada nick foster and Benjiman Ward in georgia  that scam cost me 2355.00 dollars which made my situation worst, please stop them
Deborah Ivey and James Ivey
Deborah Ivey and James Ivey
2010-11-02 06:15:57
Unknown
I gave this company the benefit of the doubt twice.  I made a Western Union transaction, per William Stone's instructons, to David Beckwith in New York, New York.  I called to check the status of the transfer and was told it was going to Canada.  I cancelled the transfer and got a refund.  We got a phone call from Mr. Stone stating that we will be turned over to collections and the loan will be reported negatively to the credit agencies. We called back. The agent then told me he made a mistake and the lender was actually in "North York" Canada, hence the confusion.  He said to make the transfer to a family member but send it to the North York. I could then change the recipient name once my loan deposit was in my bank.  I sent the money in my father's name, but got an awful uneasy feeling in my gut.  I called Western Union and told them exactly what I had done, step-by-step, and the agent pretty much guaranteed me it was a scam and suggested I cancel the transaction. I have not done so at the moment; however, I have put a suspension on the Western Union transfer so that no information can be changed and the money cannot be picked up until I call them from a specific phone number and provide personal information.  If the money is deposited into my account by 2 PM tomorrow, I will release the suspension.  Otherwise, I will receive a refund from Western Union.  This way the lender can verify that the down payment is available, but I will not lose my investment until I know the offer is legitimate.

FYI-the company has no internet presence other than a website with no contact information and anonymous comments.  When checking the address via maps.com with bird's eye and aerial views, all I see on Pawtucket Avenue are residential homes.  411 information does have a phone number available, however.
Marie
Marie
2010-08-13 22:27:29
Unknown
Hey did anyone get a phone call from ICE Homeland Security?
Marie
Marie
2010-07-15 01:37:01
Unknown
Ok I guess these guys think we are going to be scammed twice---did anyone else receive in the mail two money orders in the amount of 870 and 870 address from NY on money orders and the envelope from GA?
Marie
Marie
2010-07-01 16:29:35
Unknown
A NEW SCAM ALERT!  ACS  Calling to say that a loan was taken out with the intent to never pay back and are taking me to court.  They had all my info!  the Number is 347-844-6817  based as a wireless user in NY but will come up as unknown caller on your phone!
joe47
joe47
2010-06-24 15:26:31
Unknown
Marie,
What is the facbook link?
I would like to join in.
Joe
John
John
2010-06-23 13:50:05
Unknown
It go taken for $1700.00.  Did you happen to talk to a Parker Calloway or a Peter Brown????  This is who I dealt with and transferred the money to a Sean Ducas out of Canada.  God will get these people who have messed up people lives.  GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!!!!!!!!!
Sarah
Sarah
2010-06-19 13:35:47
Unknown
I was contacted and offer a 7k dollar loan with 5 month of payments up front. I was faxed an almost legitimate contract.  I almost followed through, the company was North Fairway Equity Group.  When I asked how to send the payments he told me to Western Union the money to Madrid. I refused. I then googled the address on the contract and discovered it was a law office in Utah. I called North Fairway back and told them I work a mile away from their office and would walk the cash over to secure the loan. The guy made all these excuses about why I couldn't come in. I confronted him about the false address. He called me a c--t( you know the word) for accusing his company of scamming customers. I am not out any money. It would have been devastating to me if i had lost my money. Please, never send money Western Union, unless it's quick collect payment. I am sorry for all of your losses.
Marie
Marie
2010-06-19 13:05:55
Unknown
We got a thread going on facebook too--join us over there and update anytime you have a newnumber and name for these scums!
Marie
Marie
2010-06-19 00:01:33
Unknown
Still trying to have ppl keep up with all the changing numbers...looks like they are changing them much faster now!  A***oles!  Wish there was a way we could peg them...
Honey Bee
Honey Bee
2010-06-18 01:40:20
Unknown
This is also associated with Greystone Financial....they want money up front my local pd talked to someone at 877-749-1126 fax 877-749-1125 now disconnected they were using Valley Brook Services, out of Providence RI there was several guy's a Brett Stein and an Allen Hall.....SCAM
EDW
EDW
2010-06-16 19:32:03
Unknown
Thank you.

I have reported to everyone.  Including some local stations and news affilations.   These people are sick.  I am a true believer that you get what you give, boy are these guys going to get it!   Thank you so much for your response.  Let me know if you find them.  

Thanks Again
Marie
Marie
2010-06-16 00:37:13
Unknown
SCAM Nick Foster is also Ben and Glen all wrapped in one! Anyone have updated phone numbers for these little s****
TAMI
TAMI
2010-06-15 17:29:01
Unknown
I called the ftc and western union they (greystone) got me for $816 I will probably never see and I have a disabled child and I am a single mom. I borrowed the money from a family member and they want their money I'm so pissed! I am about to lose my truck. I was scammed in may.
Joe47
Joe47
2010-06-15 16:08:51
Unknown
There new number was 877-749-1126.
Belive me I'am going to get these scumbags.
I tried the number today and it is already disconnected, But I will find them again.
I will keep you posted.
Complain about them on all the sites you can to warn others.
EDW
EDW
2010-06-14 19:59:34
Unknown
Do you have their phone number?
EDW
EDW
2010-06-14 19:58:41
Unknown
Hey there

What number are they at now?  I would love to call them and go forth, they even fooled my attorney.  I am on a mission.  I like you, want my money back.   If you have a current number that would be awesome.

Thanks
Joe47
Joe47
2010-06-14 18:16:27
Unknown
Dummy,
Valley Lending Services is the former Castle Valley Lending Group at 866 431-6504.
They rip me off for same amount!  Where was you fax from Rhode Island? That Mike Roberts is fake name. He used Mike Robinson at Castle Valley Lending Group. Also another scammer there is William Stone. These two lowlife scumbags are not very bright and soon we will catch them. I already found them twice on the internet. lol  They just pop up again and again with new cell number, but be sure they have been reported each time. We need to all join togther and track these turkeys. Keep posting updates on this site and others about there whereabouts. I call them when i find them and will not rest intil I get them or they send me my refund.
What i do not undertstand is if I can find them why the police cannot!
Besure to file reports at all the agencies, make there life uncomfortable.
Gladys Thompson
Gladys Thompson
2010-06-14 15:15:58
Unknown
Well, I recieve a fax of a contract with this company for me to sign with a guy named Nick Foster, has anyone heard of this person, recently the phone number came up "unknown" on my iphone so with the capabilities this phone offers I was able to get an actual number, this guy left me a voice message with the new number saying that there systems had been updated. I hope we are not talking about he same company at 3500 Lenox Road, Atlanta, GA 30326 but know that I have looked down at my fax cover sheet, you guys are right.....I am so glad I didnt send them 2300 to secure a $70K loan.....sorry for those who got ripped off......man thats messed up.
mary
mary
2010-06-14 05:35:29
Unknown
THIS MESSAGE CAUGHT MY EYE. I AM STILL IN AWE OF THIS WHOLE THING MYSELF. EAST STATE ALLIANCE, DAVID BAKER, ALMOST MADE OFF WITH 4200.00. THANK GOD THE WESTERN UNION PLACE RECOVERED MY MONEY BACK AFTER I SENT IT I CALLED E.S.A. AND THE NUMBER WAS DISCONNECTED.  THE IDIOT STILL TRIED TO CONVINCE ME THE NEXT DAY THAT THE PHONE LINE WAS HAVING TECH DIFFICULTIES AND GAVE ME A NEW NUMBER AND FAX.  I HAD RELATIVES CHECK THIS PLACE OUT AND NO SUCH PEOPLE OR PLACE.  I DIDNT LOOSE ANY THING BUT I LEARNED A HARD LESSON IN LIFE. TRUST NO ONE.  I HOPE DAVID BAKER AND THE REST OF THE CLAN CAN'T SLEEP AT NITE.  I NO US VICTIMS LOST A HELL OF ALOT OF SLEEP JUST TRYIN TO BETTER OURSELVES.  MY ADVICE TO YOU, DONT BE DEPRESSED. IT ISNT WORTH IS. MONEY ISNT WORTH IT. THINGS WILL GET BETTER. GOOD LUCK.
candace
candace
2010-06-12 00:51:37
Unknown
Oh I know that but when I get done tracking as much as possible about them and their fake names and their 800 numbers, I've already placed 1 call, and I told them what I was going to do to their families. It's all good. You learn from it and move on
lamet
lamet
2010-06-11 15:22:15
Unknown
No you will not receive a REFUND - because there never was a loan at all.
The intent pure and simple was to steal as much money from you as possible before you figured it out.

They count on the consumer in desperate need of money - to NOT KNOW THAT ASKING FOR MONEY UPFRONT IS ILLEGAL OR ASK a reputable bank or the research on the INTERNET first.

There is information on this scam on the Federal Trade Commission website - they have all the SCAMS listed  

Advance-Fee Loan Scams: ?Easy? Cash Offers Teach Hard Lessons
http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/telemarketing/tel16.shtm

Advance-Fee Loan Scams: ?Easy? Cash Offers Teach Hard Lessons
Looking for a loan or credit card but don?t think you?ll qualify? Turned down by a bank because of your poor credit history?

You may be tempted by ads and websites that guarantee loans or credit cards, regardless of your credit history. The catch comes when you apply for the loan or credit card and find out you have to pay a fee in advance. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation?s consumer protection agency, that could be a tip-off to a rip-off. If you?re asked to pay a fee for the promise of a loan or credit card, you can count on the fact that you?re dealing with a scam artist. More than likely, you?ll get an application, or a stored value or debit card, instead of the loan or credit card.

The Signs of an Advance-Fee Loan Scam
The FTC says some red flags can tip you off to scam artists? tricks. For example:

A lender who isn?t interested in your credit history. A lender may offer loans or credit cards for many purposes ? for example, so a borrower can start a business or consolidate bill payments. But one who doesn?t care about your credit record should give you cause for concern. Ads that say ?Bad credit? No problem? or ?We don?t care about your past. You deserve a loan? or ?Get money fast? or even ?No hassle ? guaranteed? often indicate a scam.
Banks and other legitimate lenders generally evaluate creditworthiness and confirm the information in an application before they guarantee firm offers of credit ? even to creditworthy consumers.
Fees that are not disclosed clearly or prominently. Scam lenders may say you?ve been approved for a loan, then call or email demanding a fee before you can get the money. Any up-front fee that the lender wants to collect before granting the loan is a cue to walk away, especially if you?re told it?s for ?insurance,? ?processing,? or just ?paperwork.?

Legitimate lenders often charge application, appraisal, or credit report fees. The differences? They disclose their fees clearly and prominently; they take their fees from the amount you borrow; and the fees usually are paid to the lender or broker after the loan is approved.

It?s also a warning sign if a lender says they won?t check your credit history, yet asks for your personal information, such as your Social Security number or bank account number. They may use your information to debit your bank account to pay a fee they?re hiding.
A loan that is offered by phone. It is illegal for companies doing business in the U.S. by phone to promise you a loan and ask you to pay for it before they deliver.
A lender who uses a copy-cat or wanna-be name. Crooks give their companies names that sound like well-known or respected organizations and create websites that look slick. Some scam artists have pretended to be the Better Business Bureau or another reputable organization, and some even produce forged paperwork or pay people to pretend to be references. Always get a company?s phone number from the phone book or directory assistance, and call to check they are who they say they are. Get a physical address, too: a company that advertises a PO Box as its address is one to check out with the appropriate authorities.
A lender who is not registered in your state. Lenders and loan brokers are required to register in the states where they do business. To check registration, call your state Attorney General?s office or your state?s Department of Banking or Financial Regulation. Checking registration does not guarantee that you will be happy with a lender, but it helps weed out the crooks.
A lender who asks you to wire money or pay an individual. Don?t make a payment for a loan or credit card directly to an individual; legitimate lenders don?t ask anyone to do that. In addition, don?t use a wire transfer service or send money orders for a loan. You have little recourse if there?s a problem with a wire transaction, and legitimate lenders don?t pressure their customers to wire funds.

Finally, just because you?ve received a slick promotion, seen an ad for a loan in a prominent place in your neighborhood or in your newspaper, on television or on the Internet, or heard one on the radio, don?t assume it?s a good deal ? or even legitimate. Scam artists like to operate on the premise of legitimacy by association, so it?s really important to do your homework.
Finding Low-Cost Help for Credit Problems
If you have debt problems, try to solve them with your creditors as soon as you realize you won?t be able to make your payments. If you can?t resolve the problems yourself or need help to do it, you may want to contact a credit counseling service. Nonprofit organizations in every state counsel and educate people and families on debt problems, budgeting, and using credit wisely. Often, these services are low- or no-cost. Universities, military bases, credit unions, and housing authorities also may offer low- or no-cost credit counseling programs. To learn more about dealing with debt, including how to select a credit counseling service, visit ftc.gov/credit.


Where to Complain
If you think you?ve had an experience with an advance-fee loan scam, report it to the FTC.

The FTC works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop and avoid them. To file a complaint or get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. Watch a new video, How to File a Complaint, at ftc.gov/video to learn more. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad.

April 2008



Just When You Thought It Was Safe...Advance-Fee Loan "Sharks"
http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt028.shtm

Just When You Thought It Was Safe...Advance-Fee Loan "Sharks"
A different breed of "loan shark" is preying on unwary consumers by taking their money for the promise of a loan, credit card or other extension of credit.

Advertisements and promotions for advance-fee loans "guarantee" or suggest that there's a high likelihood of success that the loan will be awarded, regardless of the applicant's credit history. But, to take advantage of the offer, the consumer first has to pay a fee. And that's the catch: The consumer pays the fee, the scam artist takes off with the money, and the loan never materializes.

Legitimate guaranteed offers of credit do not require payments up front. Legitimate lenders may require consumers to pay application, appraisal or credit report fees, but these fees seldom are required before the lender is identified and the application completed. In addition, the fees generally are paid to the lender, not to the broker or arranger of the "guaranteed" loan.

Legitimate lenders may guarantee firm offers of credit to credit-worthy consumers, but they rarely do this before evaluating a consumer's creditworthiness.

Advertisements for advance-fee loans generally appear in the classified section of daily and weekly newspapers and magazines. Often, the ads feature "900" numbers, which result in charges on your phone bill. Advance-fee loans also are promoted through direct mail and radio and cable TV spots. The appearance of ads in media outlets that you recognize - like your local newspaper or radio station - is no guarantee of the legitimacy of the company behind the ad.

The Federal Trade Commission says you can avoid being bitten by advance-fee loan sharks: Here's how:

Don't pay for a promise. It's illegal for companies doing business by phone to promise you a loan and ask you to pay for it before they deliver.
Ignore any ad - or hang up on any caller - that guarantees a loan in exchange for an advance fee. Legitimate lenders never "guarantee" or say that you will receive a loan before you apply, especially if you have bad credit or no credit record.
Never give your credit card or bank account numbers, or Social Security Number, over the telephone unless you are familiar with the company and know why the information is necessary.
The FTC works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop and avoid them. To file a complaint or get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. Watch a new video, How to File a Complaint, at ftc.gov/video to learn more. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad.

May 2000
EDW
EDW
2010-06-11 15:19:41
Unknown
I think out of everyone I was taken for the most.   $4630 I sent.  And it was sent to Spain company was East State Alliance.  These guys were so good even had my attorney fooled.   I know I wont get a refund so I have to get a personal loan to cover my loss.  This will have cost me $10,0000.  They said they were out of West Hartford CT.  Phone and website already dont work.   What a mess.  I just dont know how someone could be so bad.
EDW
EDW
2010-06-11 15:12:18
Unknown
You are a LIAR!!!!
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