- Report: #1049323
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Complaint Review: Network Capital Funding Corporation
Network Capital Funding Corporation5 Park Irvine, California USA
Network Capital Funding Corporation Fraud: not a refiancing organization and unprofessional Irvine California
*Consumer Comment: Network Capital=Crooks and liars
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Network Capital is the worst place to work at
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Had started working with Network Capital in January of this year. All initial conversations were cordial, prompt, and responsive. Then after the property appraisal was ordered. NOTHING.
They disappeared until the surfaced after I sent multiple letters and calls directly to them. They then stated I did not qualify for a loan. This after a month and half that everythings was 'ready' to close. Then this week I received a loan denial letter from a Bank I have never heard of: Flagstar Bank.
Not sure what business practices Network Capital has or not, but I would not work with them at all. Be forewarned. I wished I had search this site before wasting my time. I'm looking at taking legal action for my time and expense.
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