I have been reading both good and bad things about The London Exchange. I know someone that applied for a card with them and it took nearly 45 days to arrive. When I spoke to them on the phone they said it should be no longer than 30 days. Even though their service is slow, I am going to give it a try because I need the funds for my business and even if it take 45 days I am fine with that. The person I know who received the card knows two other people that finally received their cards after a long delay. Since this is now a total of 3 people I have heard of with cards I am going to move forward. i will update everyone with my experience.
These are unsecured lines of credit and they can be of the amout of over 100k per line. As a consultant it depends on what and how many entities are formed, as I have used over five companies and have formed to established them and raising money for my main business in about 60 days.
Trev11 Did you get signed up? Do you have an email?
liquidate did you form your own corps?
Hello. I am not so sure about the London Exchange. To date, I have had three phone conversations, always with a different person as well as several email communications. My feeling is that if this sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. I said this to a rep named Scott and he just laughed. He said to send a check or better, a money order because they are so backed up on the credit card processing that it will take a month. Now, common sense will tell you that it should not take a month to process these orders through a machine. The real reason, I suspect is that with a check or money order, you have no recourse, at least with a CC, you have some protection. What I was trying to do is negotiate with them to pay on the back end. I offered them $1,000 if and when they deliver just a $60k line of credit, in addition to the $8k they withhold. Their response was that they have attorneys and CPA`s who put this deal together and they need to be paid first. How many places do you pay first and then hope to receive what was promised? Look at the BBB website in Santa Ana/Southern California as well as the rip-off-report . Not very pleasant things to say about this company.
I would like to know, TREV11, if you have seen these cards with your own eyes and how reliable these sources are?? Biztrade44, can you contact me please?
Good luck. I would really like to know if there is verifiable proof of these incredible offers from the London Exchange. Can anyone step forward here?
I know of someone who did this with another company. He did it 3 times for about 100k each. I verified it because he is driving a range rover. So the concept as to why these cards get funded is real. However I am currently int he process of getting one and will not know for sure till it`s funded. The London Exchange has a physical location and seems to be a reputable company. I have been there several times and welcomed by the manager of the office himself. He returns my phone calls and they sent me information educating me about the process. But it`s definitely a waiting game.