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National Review Brand Foundation of Consumer Updates Fraud

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Are You Searching For The Safest Way To Cash Out Your Structured Settlement Today? We Are The Best Structured Settlement Buyer - Guaranteed! There are many things going on with this website which would lead you to determine that is a fraud. Someone bought a website that was from the former National Financial Credit Union and deceptively tried to pass off the lustre of that merged company onto "National Financial Consumer Union" with the same address in Washington DC.. Then someone pointed out on the Internet that Laura Bushnell the supposed writer of articles on this might not even be a real person. Laura Bushnell supposedly belonged to the Charles River Rotary Club, a deliberate misstatement of fact that was confirmed by the Charles River Rotary Club. Bullshit The same phantom supposedly gave this company a 5 star rating! Bullshit A short time after the NLRBFCU / National Financial Consumer Union was exposed for the Fraud it was, the name and state were changed to National Review Brand Foundation of Consumer Updates. Yet the phantom Bushnell and all the content is the same. Nobody answers at 800-888-**** . I think that there are more responsive companies out there in Tennessee and in the Washington DC area staffed by people are real not phantoms
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Loss:
$500
Cons:
  • Scam selfie review
  • Not trustworthy due to apparent laura bushnell fraud
  • Company changes name and address in 1 week after fraud exposed
Reason of review:
Not as described/ advertised

Preferred solution: Attorney General should look into the fraud going on here

4 comments
Guest

Now these scammers go by the name NL Brand Reviews. It’s something like the 4th name change in a year. Avoid being the goose and duck duck these guys suck.

Guest

Now they use 888-404-**** which is associated with another company CBC Settlement Funding and have changed the name to NL Brand Reviews

Guest

I believe it was formerly National Labor Relations Board Federal Credit Union NLRBFCU

Guest

Nobody answers at 800-577-**** either. If I needed a lump sum for structured settlement I definitely would not patronize these flim flammers.

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