Kingdom Connected Investments claims to offer a “win win solution” for homeowners and prospective buyers with no credit or bad credit. According to the amount of complaints Better Business Bureau of the Upstate South Carolina (BBB) has received, neither party has received a favorable solution. A real estate company has racked up 25 complaints along with 6 negative customer reviews all detailing the same situation of being misled and pushed into financial distress.The majority of the complaints allege that after consumers enter into a contract, in which Bubba Roush of Kingdom Connected Investments agrees to pay the mortgage of the property, the mortgage companies don’t receive payment over a prolonged time period which pushes many of these properties into foreclosure and ruins consumers’ credit.Complaints from tenants allege that after paying a deposit, typically around $10,000, diligently depositing rent every month and putting equity into the home because of the promise to buy from KCI within a year, many are being forced to move because of upcoming foreclosures caused by the company.Although the company had responded to a few of the complaints, in one Roush responded by saying “Im not even going to give this the time of day. Any intellegant person who can decifer through this complaint can discern that this person is seriously disturbed and needs physcological attention. If he truly believes we are in the wrong, then take us to court and prove it in a court of law.” [sic], the company denied any wrongdoing in late filings or late payments to BBB, even when shown documents from the financial institutions of the consumers..One of the most concerning items in the plethora of contracts was the requirement for clients to give Kingdom Connected Investments full access to any and all healthcare information - superseding HIPAA.“The [consumer] authorizes any physician, healthcare professional, dentist, health plan, hospital, clinic, laboratory, pharmacy or other covered health provider, any insurance company and medical information bureau or other health care clearinghouse that has provided treatment or services or that has paid for or is seeking payment from Trustor for such services to give, disclose, and release, either orally or in writing, to [Kingdom Connected Investments], without restriction, all of [consumer’s] individually identifiable health information and medical records regarding any past, present or future medical or mental health condition.”When questioned by BBB CEO Vee Daniel, Dana Quinn Roush, co-owner of Kingdom Connected Investments, only blamed the condition of the houses as the reason for the clause and failed to provide one example of why such a clause would be necessary.Recently BBB has been informed by consumers that the business may have closed their doors or moved locations without notifying their clients. BBB urges clients of Kingdom Connected Investments to reach out to the SC Attorney General’s Office (www.scag.gov) and file a complaint with Consumer Affairs (www.consumer.sc.gov).ABOUT BBB: For more than 100 years, Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. In 2016, people turned to BBB more than 167 million times for BBB Business Profiles on more than 5.2 million businesses and Charity Reports on 11,000 charities, all available for free at bbb.org. BBB Serving Upstate, South Carolina was founded in 1983 and serves 10 counties, including Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, and Union. Businesses that earn BBB Accreditation contractually agree and adhere to the organization's high standards of ethical business behavior. BBB is the preeminent resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information on businesses and charities. For more information, call (864) 242-5052 or visit www.upstatesc.bbb.org..