Credex Funding Review

Offered job with Credex thru Beneshield for PG Executive program. Consists of serving as fiduciary for corporations as assigned. Since employee was to be added to bank accounts, etc – credit and background checks were to be required. | While waiting for these to be completed, I provided 50k of personal monies to prefund my assigned corporation while Beneshield team finished their funding round. Since this was 1099 position, I wasn’t to be paid my agreed salary until I began work, so I agreed to advance these monies, with the agreement they would be held in the company Atty IOLTA trust account and would be returned within 30 days. I obtained the wire instructions from the VP of operations myself and processed the wire in person to this IOLTA account, for added security. | More than 4 months later, I’m still unable to get response from attorney Craig T Beling, CEO Jeff Sokol of Beneshield, Ken Phillips, nor Gwen Nicholson VP of Operations. Took my 50k and ran. Reported to CFPB, Atty General, Ie3 and Bar Associations. Beware, there is no job and not a conscious among the group. Feel free to contact, I also have info of other employees who’ve provided 10k+ each and not received a penny in return nor a paycheck – nothing more than elaborate scam

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Name: Credex Funding

Country: United States

State: California

City: Los Angeles

Address: 811 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 1700

Phone: 1-(833)-991-2274

Website: credexfunding.com/

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