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Complaint Review: Parkwood Lending Group - Miama Florida

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  • Reported By: Paducah Kentucky
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  • Parkwood Lending Group 2220 S Dixie Hwy Miama, Florida U.S.A.
  • Phone: 866-821-7420
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  • Category: Loans

Parkwood Lending Group Ripoff scam for loan - sent money in by money grahm, was told funds would be in my bank account the next day - ha ha - wanted more money the next day - I am suppose to get my money 7/3 - I bet I don't see the $1510.00 Miama Florida

*Consumer Comment: Dont judge to harsely!!!!

*Consumer Comment: Out of the country - you'll never see a refund, and these scammers have already moved to another place with a new phone

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This company contacted me at work telling me that I had been approved for a $10,000 6% loan to be paid out in 3 years. I had to send the 1st 5 payments up front in order to secure the loan. The representative of Parkwood Lending told me that I would have the funds deposited by 5pm the next business day after I sent a money grahm to Canada, foreign intestors she said. Guess what, she lied, and I get a 2nd call the next day from her "boss" - ha ha - telling me that they have to have another 5 up front payments, or the lender will not loan me the money, or rather the insurance company will not cover the loan. I called back the next business day and told them to cancel the loan. I asked when I would receive the money, and they were slick in the contract, it says during their next cycle which would be 7/2/08. I asked that it not be put in my checking account, and they assured me it would be sent over night. I wish there was someone in Miama, Ohio that would look and see if there is a Parkwood Lending Group at this address. I bet they are out of the country by now.

Paducah, Kentucky

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#2 Consumer Comment

Dont judge to harsely!!!!

AUTHOR: None - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, July 03, 2008

I am also one of the people that have been scammed by this company. By no means are we stupid U.S. citizens!!!!!!!! We put our trust in a company and they stole are money end of story... So Atlanta guy it would be much more constructive to offer help instead of calling stupid, dont you think we already feel that way..... To all the other people on here I hope and pray this bastards get caught and we can see their faces.

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Out of the country - you'll never see a refund, and these scammers have already moved to another place with a new phone

AUTHOR: Atlanta Guy - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Geeezzzz. They were never IN the country ! Where did you send your money ??? CANADA, right ???????? No, you'll never see a refund, and these scammers have already moved to another place with a new phone and are busy scamming other stupid citizens of the US. Don't you know that you NEVER have to pay money up front for a personal loan ????

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