• Report: #815035
Complaint Review:

kingsview loan brokers

  • Submitted: Wed, December 28, 2011
  • Updated: Thu, December 29, 2011

  • Reported By: lulu — south dartmouth Massachusetts United States of America
kingsview loan brokers
12 high street 2nd floor westerly, Rhode Island United States of America
  • Phone: 1-877-801-4055
  • Web:
  • Category: Loans

kingsview loan brokers i was scammed for a grand total of $3795.00 westerly, Rhode Island

*Consumer Comment: Money long gone.

*Consumer Comment: Scam

*Consumer Comment: Sorry.....but you fell for a scam.

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I was informed by Shawn Burke of a personal loan in the amt. of $5000.00.  Faxed all required documents back over.  was told I needed 5 months prepayment for the loan security.  Did as I was asked and was told monies would be deposited n my account 1-5 hours. Next morning received a call from Michael Matthews.  Loan Broker needed $1000.00 Insurance coverage  Sent it once again.  Told I could not have a refund.  Monies would be deposited into my acct. 1-5 hours  No monies.  He called again and told me to deposit 1000.00 more for the broker insurance.  Monies would be deposited 1-5 hours 1000% no questions  waited no monies. I called him on the Friday before christmas and told me the broker wanted a holding loan fee of $895.00  It would be credited to my loan now totalling $7995.00 plus $!00.00 for my troubles.  Monies never came.  Christmas came Christmas went and no gifts and no monies.  Called him on Monday Michael stated check was in the mail should have it 3-5 days  No check still waiting.  Everything was paid through green dot money card contacted them today and a investigation is happening  contacted the Attorney's General office and also filled out a Internet Crime Complaint form IC3.gov 

I am 64 years old and a cancer survivor and I will survive this but I can guarantee they won't. Just for a  

FYI Michael Matthews calls himself a good chrisitan man.  Not quite sure what god he believes in.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Money long gone.

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

Did as I was asked  "

   That's exactly what Internet scammers are looking for.  From what I can tell from your post, it appears that they got you to send them 4 payments of over $3,000 for what was originally supposed to be a $5,000 loan.   Sadly, the key to this scam is that the money transfer cannot be traced, so the Attorney General and the FBI will not be going after these scammers. 

  There is no loan company, there is no Michael Matthews, the website and all of the documents are all fake, the phones were throwaway cell phones.   Basically, they tried very hard to look like a legitimate loan company, when in fact it was just a few people on a computer with public Internet access.

   The Advance Fee Loan Scam is one of the more common scams seen on this site.  The FTC has a web page about it here :


  The key to most scams is the transfer of money via untraceable means.  Of course, scammers insist on this, so the police cannot come looking for them.  Legitimate businesses do not.   Anytime someone you don't know personally asks you to transfer money via Green Dot, Western Union or Moneygram, you know that you are being scammed.

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

I'm perplexed. Does being a cancer survivor also make you blind and stupid ??  This scam has been around for DECADES, and has been exposed on every TV station, radio station and newspaper in the country on an on-going basisHave you not been paying attention ?????  Are you also DEAF ???

And here's the thing that has me wondering about your mental capabilities  -  There are WARNINGS posted all over the Moneygram office telling you NOT to send money to these scammers.  How could you possibly NOT see them ???  AND - the warnings are also printed RIGHT ON THE FORM that you filled out telling you not to send your money to these scammers.  CAN YOU NOT READ ????  Does someone have to hit you upside your thick head with a ball bat to get your attention ???   Geeeeezzzz.  You got EXACTLY what you deserved.  NOTHING

And, showing your stupidity once again, you are WRONG.  Those scammers will most definitely "survive" this because there are plenty of morons like YOU who will continue to ignore warning after warning and send these scammers all of their money, just as they have been doing year after year after year.  I can guarantee that right now these crooks are sitting on a sunny beach somewhere, laughing at YOU while spending YOUR money. 

And, yes, you're a complete fool, and you cannot deny that fact.  Your report PROVES it.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Sorry.....but you fell for a scam.

AUTHOR: VinnyZ66 - (USA)

This was a scam from the outset.  There was no loan and there was never going to be one.  This is called an "Advance Fee Scam".

You will most likely never recover your money.  It is long gone.  The money and the scammer are probably in West Africa or Eastern Europe.  You will not be able to sue because this company actually doesn't exsist.

Scammers often use the "Christian" angle to get you to let your guard down. 

Good luck.
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