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American Integrity Standard Lending

American Integrity Standard Lending

(505) 359-4461

American Integrity Standard Lending

6565 Americas Parkway, Suite 401
Albuquerque, NM 87110

BBB File Opened: 11/14/2013
Type of Entity
Sole Proprietorship
Business Management
  • Ms. April Scott, CEO
Contact Information
  • Customer: Ms. April Scott, CEO
Business Category
  • Advance Fee Loan Brokers
  • Loans
  • Loan Modification
  • Credit - Debt Consolidation Services

Additional Information
  • As of our last verification on November 14, 2013, this company is not registered with the City of Albuquerque to do business, and no record of Incorporation can be found with the New Mexico Secretary of State.  The address provided is a multi-story, multi-company office building, each company having their own suite number, or occupying an entire floor.  BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado visited the location and verified the entire Fourth floor of this building belongs to Morgan Stanley.  Additionally, the company’s website was just created October 28, 2013, and is registered through a private website registration company in Canada, which makes locating the true address of the business very difficult.  

    BBB Serving New Mexico and Southwest Colorado contacted the business to ask for their true physical address and additional information pertaining to their loan offer.  The business did not respond to our request and has not provided the requested information. 


Mail Returned

Mail sent to the business on 03/14/2014 was returned by the U.S. Postal Service as Attempted - Not Known.


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American Integrity Standard Lending


American Integrity Standard Lending

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