American Eagle Financial Credit Union Review

PLEASE ! Do Not do business with American Eagel Finance. | We submitted a Letter of Intent and Proof Of Funds with 10% down in good faith deposits and lost all of our money in their escrow because they cant fund real estate transactions. | AEF providing a Promisory Note and a letter to fund ,gave us, (the buyers) and the home owner the belief that they are funding the transaction within three weeks. | The home owner with this impression from American Eagle, purchased another multi million dollar home thinking this escrow will be closing. | Instead, Now the homeowner has TWO mortgages because AEF can’t finance the transaction and refuses to return our good faith deposits back to us. | American Eagle Fianance is responible for several investors lossing hundreds of thousands of dollars. | We later discovered that AEF bank accounts dont have enough funds to cover any amount of financing to cover the debts of a multi million dollar acquisitions as their web sites suggests. | It would appear that American Eagle is broke are hiding their monies not to pay up coming law suites | We are now proceeding to legal causes of Mortgage Fraud, Criminal Intent,International Wire Fraud and Theft.

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Name: American Eagle Financial Credit Union

Country: United States

State: Connecticut

City: East Hartford

Address: 417 Main Street

Phone: 860.568.2020

Website: www.americaneagle.org/

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