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Report: #1482970

Complaint Review: Private Lenders Loans - San Francisco California

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  • Reported By: Roxy — Pottsville United States
  • Private Lenders Loans 300 Funston Avenue San Francisco, California United States

Private Lenders Loans false promises San Francisco California

*Consumer Comment: Scam

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I have filed out their form many times and have had no response.  They promise to contact you.  At the end of their form they tell you to click on the web site to fill out your application at the bottom, but there is no place to fill out an application. 

My husband says its a scam to get your information.  If anyone else has this problem, I wish they would let me know, because there isn't even a phone number to get in touch with them.  Or if someone has their phone number, please contact me with it.  Or if someone knows that this is a real scam, is there anything we can do about it.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Scam

AUTHOR: Florida Native - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, August 05, 2019

Listen to your husband - he is right that this is a scam.

I don't even have to see the form because the way you were asked (per your post) is a red flag. Was it sent to you encrypted after you had a meeting with a loan officer? If not, the chances are very high that it is a scam.  A meeting can be over the phone or in person. Legitimate lenders don't have your personal private information sent to them over email as it is a huge security risk. By the way, not having a phone number to contact the lender is another huge red flag that it is a scammer. 

On the other hand, scammers do have you "fill out" their forms to obtain your personal information to invade or compromise your accounts and credit. If you have disclosed your SS, then freeze your credit reports to protect yourself. Change your passwords on your bank and credit card accounts for further protection. 

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