• Report: #222211

Complaint Review: New Castle Fidelity Group

  • Submitted: Sat, November 25, 2006
  • Updated: Sat, November 25, 2006

  • Reported By:Jacksonville Florida
New Castle Fidelity Group
8721 Santa Monica Blvd West Hollywood, California U.S.A.
  • Phone: 866-646-4650
  • Web:
  • Category: Loans

New Castle Fidelity Group Con Artists, possible identity theft, Rip you off for your Money, Loan Scam, Require Money upfront and deny your loans unless you send more West Hollywood California

*Consumer Suggestion: No, you won't have any problems with identity theft. They got your money already. You have no credit to steal.

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I was a victim to this scam, in desperate measures I applied for on-line loans, was called the following day by this company New Castle Fidelity Group and was told I was approved for $5000.00. The loan representitive Jeff Norton assured the loan but required a four month security on the loan $895.44. I was sure this was legitamate due to the loan applications I applied for, but somehow these guys are getting personal information from other lenders, more than likely a dishonest employee for one of the companies that have access to everyones info.

I foolishly fell pray to this scam and sent the $895.44 by Money Gram, as well as signed a contract and sent all my personal information to this company. I sent the cash on 11/22/06 the day before Thanksgiving and was told due to the holiday I wouldnt receive the loan till 11/24/06. As you would know on the 24th the money wasn't there, so I called Mr Norton and was told the lenders require more security on the loan due to my credit, I refused and was livid, at that moment I realized I had been scammed. I was told I would get a refund by December 10, At this point I am furious due to the fact that this left me and my family in a financial bind, I reported them to the Attorney Generals Office in California and filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. I feel for all the desperate people which will probably fall prey to this scam, hopefully the Attorney General will shut these cons down. I am now in fear that I'll be in jeapardy of identity theft, due to all the personall info they request.

Jacksonville, Florida

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

No, you won't have any problems with identity theft. They got your money already. You have no credit to steal.

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

The reason that people steal your identity is to use the credit that you have built up.

You have no credit. So, there's no point in stealing your identity.

Chances are, they cashed your Money gram and threw out your contract, right before hitting the titty bar.

I'd tell you to never buy anything off the internet, but you already know that now.

At least you didn't keep sending money. Some people send $900 first, then another $300, and finally their last $18.

The address of the scam is a private mailbox. Gee, big surprise, huh?

For anyone else who is reading this, there is no such thing as paying a fee to secure a loan. No company is going to loan you money if you have bad credit, not for any amount of security. The only thing that ever happens is you lose whatever you sent, and the idiots laugh at you and waste your money on drugs and whores. Or, in west hollywood, queers.

What you do need to be carefull of is another phone call in a month or so. The crooks pass your name around. They give you a couple of months to save up some more money, and then they call you with another offer. This time, it could be a phony credit card with a $5,000 limit.

One last thing. Don't bother calling the attorney general again. It's a waste of time. This kind of scam never seems to get shut down. I don't know if they don't have the manpower to investigate, or if they just don't care, or what.

It's sad that desperate people lose so much to this scam.

This is why I always tell people to never buy anything off of the internet.
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