Assumable Accounts, Inc. Review

I placed an order with the company for a primary tradeline. This company advised me that they purchase debt portfolios and then convert the bad debt into positive debt and then offer primary tradelines for sale through debt assumption. After purchase I was advised to fill out an assumption of debt contract (which I did) for the tradeline that I thought I was purchasing. This tradeline was to report to the credit bureaus on 10/6/17. I waited for an entire month and never heard anything. I emailed Infinite Asset Recovery dealt with Rick and Louis Prentz who then advised me that sometimes the lines don’t post and then they emailed me a pdf list of merchants who offer in-store credit for their online store only. I requested for a refund November 17th 2017 and have not received anything other than an email that says to request a refund read our terms and conditions on howto-postprimarytradelines.com. This website howto-postprimarytradelines.com now forwards to this domain name cdis.in-u-s-a.com/ Rick and or Louis Prentz if that’s their real names have not responded to any of the additional emails I’ve sent to them in regards to my refund. I have notified by bank who is working on recovering the payment I sent over to these scammers. I should have done more research before paying these scammers and that’s my fault however, PLEASE BE AWARE AND DO NOT DO GIVE YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY TO THESE SCAMMERS THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY AND RUN. I’ve found multiple websites since which belong to these scammers they are: howto-postprimarytradelines.com, www.assumableaccountsinc.com/ cdis.in-u-s-a.com/ commodifieddebtinstruments.com/ and easybusinessloans.info/ and thefundingconnector.wordpress.com/ ALL OF THESE WEBSITES BELONG TO THE SAME SCAMMER OR SCAMMERS PLEASE BE ADVISED!!!

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Name: Assumable Accounts, Inc.

Country: United States

State: Utah

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Phone: 707-874-8569

Website: www.assumableaccountsinc.com/

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