Report: #1477559

Complaint Review: Trinity Lending Experts - SAN FRANCISCO CA

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  • Reported By: Douglas — Pelzer SC United States
  • Trinity Lending Experts 1 POST STREET ,STE 400 SAN FRANCISCO, CA United States

Trinity Lending Experts Took 900.00 Dollars from me SAN FRANCISCO CA

*General Comment: I'm sorry, but you've been scammed....

*Consumer Comment: SCAM

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I was contacted by this Company about a unsecured loan,they told because of my credit score I would have Secure my loan a agreement method of COLLATERAL PAYMENT 900.00 USD. The loan would be released to my address via courier 5-7 business days.I  was told to send the money buy MONEY GRAM 900.00 plus the Western Union charge totaling 1139.00 after the money gram was received they said that my credit score dropped 40 points and I would need another 900.00 for COLLATERL PAYMENT which I decline ask for my money back.

There was a  Contract signed stating cancellation between both parties I would receive my money back. I have not received my money,they will not answer my phone call's and hang up on me. Can somebody please help me get my money back,or shut this company down before they hurt someone else.

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#2 General Comment

I'm sorry, but you've been scammed....

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

...and I seriously can't understand how.  I am totally mystified how so many people in this day and age are willing to send money to complete strangers to "secure" a loan.  There is simply no such thing as a legal "securing" of a loan with cash, but thousands of people fall for this nonsense every single year. 

And all you had to do was visit this site FIRST or do a simple google search BEFORE falling for this type of scam.  

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AUTHOR: Robert - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

I am sorry to say but you fell victim to a very common scam, and you will NOT be getting your money back. The contract you are refering to is more valuble as TP than any sort of legal agreement.

This is called the "Advanced Loan Fee" Scam and is 100% ILLEGAL. A company can not ask for money up fron to "guarantee" or for the promise of a loan.

Nothing they gave you is real. Their names were fake. The address doesn't exist or is to an unrelated business. If they have a phone it is an IP phone or "throw away" cell phone that was paid for with a stolen credit card. The same goes for the Web Site. Because of this the chances of them being in the US is slim. Because it was paid for with stolen information you will find within the next few weeks the phones will be disconnected. Since there is really no valid information, law enforcement agencies will rarely take any effort to locate them.

As long as people are gullible people like this will continue to take advantage of others. The best defense against these companies is common sense. The fact is that anytime someone you personally do not know asks you to send them a Money Gram, Money Order, Gift Cards for any reason you can pretty much guarantee it is a SCAM. Where doing so you will lose your money.

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