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M.S.A. Financial Services
304 Newbury St PO Box 555, Boston, MA 02115
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Factors that lowered the rating for M.S.A. Financial Services include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- 1 serious complaint filed against business
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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Michael Sandler, President
Number of Employees
ADVANCE FEE BROKERS
Consumers Beware of Advance Fee Loans
The scenario is all too common: a consumer receives a call or e-mail or sees an advertisement for a pre-approved loan and calls to receive an application. The business says yes, they can offer you a loan regardless of your credit history, if you pay an up-front "insurance," "security," or "processing," fee in advance.
Too often, those with bad credit - who can least afford it - end up losing their up-front fee and never hear from the business again.
According to the Federal Telemarketing Sales Rule, if someone guarantees or suggests that there is a strong chance they can get or arrange a loan or other form of credit for you, it's against the law to ask you to pay - or accept payment - for their services until you get your loan or credit.
Better Business Bureau, along with the Federal Trade Commission, offers the following points to keep in mind before you respond to ads that promise easy credit, regardless of your credit history: