Salvation Funding Debt
Salvation Funding Debt
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WARNING: We have reason to believe that Salvation Funding is connected to Pebblestone Financial Group of North Dakota.

Salvation Funding claims to want to make your life easier. This may not be the case.

Review: "BBB states company in business for 11 years, I can find their parent company, MEC Distribution , a 2 person operation in same city, is into computer equipment sales. That is all I can find with basic search on web, no good or bad reviews over these 11 years. Wanted to do some research before giving out personal information in regards to their debt management services... Any current or former customers willing to chime in here?"

We know that life can be challenging, and that there are many reasons people get into debt. We want to understand your situation and offer you the best solutions. That’s why we ask you to complete a brief intake. We want to get to know you.

Once you complete the intake, we will figure out which program is available to you. We will then pair you with a qualified financial consultant who will be there with you every step of the way helping you get out of high interest rate credit card debt and toward a better financial future.

128 Soo Line Dr., Suite 202


They were great, I got approved for a loan with a way lower interest rate than I was paying! Don’t know why everyone else is so upset, I initially did receive a preapproval for 3% but after confirming my finances I got 6.5% so that’s not too bad

Ricardo Solano | June 28, 2018

RUN! I wanted a temporary loan to help pay off a Income Tax bill. The guy that called tried to pressure me into debt consolidation. RUN, DO NOT WALK!

Jerry Ashford | March 29, 2018

This company does not make loans it refers you to a legal team to reduce your debt and decrease your credit score. They don't charge interest but charge a (service fee) which is more than the interest I was paying. I would steer clear of this organization unless you are out of other options. Don't believe the mailer with great interest rate loans.

Doug Bates | March 29, 2018

I dont understand what I am reading all over the web. Salvation Funding is Pebblestone Financial? It is controlled by an Indian Tribe - I don't understand what to do.

Molly | March 28, 2018

Salvation funding do not trust them. They sends out bait and switch mail - they can’t you a loan - hey switch to a debt settlement

Bill Ankreys | March 25, 2018

WARNING: We have reason to believe that Salvation Funding is connected to Pebblestone Financial Group, Lafayette Funding and Broadstar Financial. All three websites are owned or controlled by MEC Distribution which is in fact a tribal company owned by Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in western North Dakota - the official official name for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation. Each of these websites has received complaints about bait and switch tactics regarding their debt consolidation mailers.

Eli Cohen, Top 10 Hype | March 12, 2018

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