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Complaint Review: PEARL - Internet

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  • Reported By: simonsez9 — Auburndale Florida
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  • PEARL Internet USA


*Author of original report: Please Stay Away

*General Comment: Did you even read the contract?!?!

*Author of original report: This company is a total scam

*Author of original report: this company if full of crap

*UPDATE Employee: Complaint does not add up

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This company called me almost everyday about a loan, I kept on telling them i do not want a loan, however they would not stop, I finally decided to apply i could use the money to advertise and expand my company, i was approved for $8000 i was told i would get $25000 when I applied but i only was approved for $8000 I told them I did not need the money just ye i would let them know the next thing i see is they wired the money into my account, i was also not aware that they would be taking $240 out of my account everyday for 60 days thats $14400 no ware on my paper does it say that nor does it disclose the intreast rate. our business account went overdrawn and we called the company to tell them to stop the transfer but they did not. we are now getting therting phone calls about braking legs and calling family members  i beleave this company is owned by the mafia DONT TRUST THEM I HAVE TURNED THIS OVER TO THE FBI for criminal proscerution. 



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#5 Author of original report

Please Stay Away

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POSTED: Tuesday, February 02, 2016

These Wiseguys are lieing though there pasta This did happen to me They ruined my credit they put my personal info on the Internet, if people are stupid enough to belive these guys then you deserve all you are getting. My legal Frm is working with The FBI loan sharking and money laudering Division to shut them down and send them to jail, But dont belive me just contact the FBI case Number FD8563-154a you should be able to see our complant....

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#4 General Comment

Did you even read the contract?!?!

AUTHOR: Kurtbri87 - (USA)

POSTED: Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Well I have to say this is just a disgruntled customer. First off I inquired about a loan and the first thing that they go over when telling me the offer was how it was paid back. The told me it would be taken out of my account in small amounts daily monday through friday, no weekends, no holidays. Second of all the was a lenghty contract which clearly states everything entailed with the process of repayment including the amount. Third of all the only way this begins is with a signed contract and a voided check supplied by the customer so they know where to wire the  money and take the payments from. This means that there are no accidents in the process and the customer is fully aware of what they are getting themselves into. On the flip side a loan taken out can be used for anything, the customer can go and gamble it all away if they wish. So i believe that this individual defaulted on their loan because of poor decision making and should no way put blame to the company that provided the service. He signed and sent in the check so he was aware, be a responsible adult and take fault instead of aiming blame elsewere.

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#3 Author of original report

This company is a total scam

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POSTED: Tuesday, November 17, 2015

They posted frudulent misreprastation about there company according to the FBI IP search it has come up that pearl capital has many names they are running a ponzi once they get your personal info they withdraw money from your account that is not autherized BEWARE OF THIS COMPANY IF THIS COMANY ALLS OR ANY SUCH COMPANY RUN!!!!! GET A LOAN THOUGH A BANK ITS SAFER NOT THOUGH THESE THUGS POSING AS NEW YOUR BANKERS TRUST ME GOOGLE THEM AND YOU WILL SEE THE FBI IS GETTING READY TO SHUT THEM DOWN.

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#2 Author of original report

this company if full of crap

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POSTED: Monday, August 10, 2015

This is a total lie If you google Yellowstone or just the name of this company Pearl you will find massive amounts of complants. they slandered my name, they use un professional collection methouds and they know they are at fualt.  if you borrow money from them be prepaired to pay though the a*s and be hassled every day and if your like me lose you business. because of them.

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#1 UPDATE Employee

Complaint does not add up

AUTHOR: PearlCapitalRivisVentures - ()

POSTED: Thursday, September 04, 2014

There are a few issues with this account that point to it either being a fake complaint or formulated by someone who has a very poor ability to manage their own personal finances. A simple Google search will reveal that the person who posted this report has been reported himself by another cash advance company for non-payment in July of 2014.

The rebuttal there also seems to imply that, despite applying for and accepting an advance, the concept that it would be paid back did not resonate with this customer. Money does not simply get wired into a customer’s account without their explicit approval of the terms and amount of the advance via recorded phone calls. There is no way that a financial services company would accidentally wire someone $8K without obtaining explicit proof of both the acceptance of the terms of the advance as well as the intent to repay. While it is unfortunate that this customer’s accounts were overdrawn as a result of the terms they had agreed to, trying to claim that they were given an advance that they did not ask for and then forced to repay it with terms they had no knowledge of simply does not make sense. Should they wish to contact our company to come to a mutually agreeable solution to any grievances, we can be contacted via any of the methods listed on our website.

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