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Consumers report that this firm offers loans for an advance fee through its website. These loans are targeted towards individuals with insufficient or poor credit histories. Consumers report that the firm guarantees individuals a loan, regardless of their credit histories, for an upfront fee. Consumers are asked to send the fee, by Western Union, to an INDIVIDUAL at various locations throughout Canada. Some consumers report that they were told the money was for an insurance policy to secure the loan. The BBB conducted an investigation, and found that the address of 4232 Van Dyke in Detroit is a vacant residential building.
This business is not BBB accredited.
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Reason for Rating
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Factors that lowered the rating for N P F Enterprise include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
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Advance Fee Brokers
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loans for clients. Large earnings cannot be guaranteed, and
potential loan brokers should realistically evaluate their own
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local banks, savings and loan associations and other financial
institutions to determine if they will do business with a loan
broker. Check local and state requirements relating to the kind
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