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Complaint Review: Master Financial 2000
Master Financial 200013547 Ventura Blvd, STE 550 Sherman Oaks,, California United States of America
Master Financial 2000 Jason Smith, Master financial took the money from a judgment, never called us and now we can't find them, Help? Sherman Oaks, California
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We never heard from them after that. The only way we knew that the money from the judgment was acquired, is that the person who had the judgment against them sent a message via facebook to us asking for the judgment release. After talking to her, she told me that Master Financial had taken the money 4-5 months earlier.
We then tried to contact MF2000, which is a P.O. Box. We were able to find their office further north on Ventura Blvd about 6 months later. Upon confronting Jason, he assured me that he would pay us in a monthly contract and gave us a small check as good faith.
Now they have shut off their phones and I'm not sure if they moved from the hidden office on Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks, Ca. We are looking for more information regarding their whereabouts. We are filing criminal charges and lien their properties.
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