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Financial Solutions International is not BBB Accredited.
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Factors that lowered Financial Solutions International's rating include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates.
- BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business.
The Bureau has received twenty-nine (29) complaints since 9/28/05. The complaints are pending. Complainants allege that the company is offering advance fee loans and/or does not provide the loan after accepting fees. Consumers allege that the advance fees they sent ranged between $5000 and $40000. The company has an unsatisfactory record with the Bureau due to a pattern of complaints.
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This address is a well known mail drop. The company is not physically located at this address.
A Bureau representative went to the address shown to investigate the business and was unable to locate them. The Bureau attempted to reach the company by telephone and a recorded message stated that the "line is being checked for trouble".
BBB experience indicates that the following are signs of advance fee loan fraud:
Pressure to act immediately. Advance fee loan schemers will try to get you to send money or give out personal information (credit card numbers, bank account numbers, Social Security numbers) before you get any paperwork. Insist on receiving the necessary paperwork before deciding whether to apply for a loan.
Will not provide location information. If the loan broker hesitates to tell you their physical location, beware; that is a common ploy to avoid law enforcement detection. Refuse to do business with the broker until you have their physical address or location and can check them out with the BBB.
Questionable connections to established financial institutions. Many of these schemes are merely telephone sales operations, so no connection will exist to an established financial institution. Ask which lenders the "loan broker" deals with, and ask for the physical address of the lender. Then contact the Better Business Bureau to request information on the lender.
Contact InformationPrincipal: Mr. Shirlay (Principal)
Advance Fee Loan, Concrete Contractors
Products & Services
This company offers loans on an advance fee basis.
Alternate Business NamesFirst Morgan Finance
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