Consumer protection alert: - Hoover Alliance Trust' not real lender
More than a dozen consumers from throughout the country have contacted Maine's Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection to report that they sent money to a lending company using the name "Hoover Alliance Trust" that falsely claims to be a licensed lender located in the state.
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#1 Apr 21, 2010
I've been a victim of this company and it's really heartbreaking. I was promised a loan and they had excuses why I couldn't get the money and now I couldn't even get my deposit back.
#2 Apr 23, 2010
I feel you pain. I too was a victim of this scam. I was needing the money to finish school and week after week I was given some excuse to why I still haven't received the loan. I should have know that is was too good to be true. I tried to call them today to find out when they were going to send back my deposit and the number is not working anymore. So I have learned a lesson today. When my instincts tells me to not do something I should listen. Now I have a bill to pay for with nonething to show for it.
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