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Old 05-02-2006, 02:23 AM
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National Lending Corporation

Hi, can you tell me how this company does? Is this a scam in anyone's eyes?
Has anyone personally done a loan through them?

I noticed they had only one report via the BBB but it was "resolved" it says.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 05-13-2006, 09:52 PM
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Re: National Lending Corporation

Hello,

I'm actually an account executive with a National wholesale subprime lender and my company underwrites loans for National Lending Corporation, specifically for the branch in Cerritos, CA and Downey, CA. National Lending Corporation is a legitimate company. If you're in California, you can go to the Department of Corporations website to check out their California Lender's License which is more credible than the BBB. In California they're required to carry a Surety Bond which I know they have because they had to become approved with our company before doing loans with us.

National Lending is approved to do loans in many other states and you can visit their website to checkout their state approvals.

Good luck!

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Old 07-12-2006, 02:35 AM
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Re: National Lending Corporation e-mail received

From: Rocky Narain [mailto:nfs4539@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 4:49 AM
To: Rolando Costales
Subject: Rocky's Team

Hi Champions!!
As many of you have been made aware by now, I was terminated by NLC today. After leaving church with Sattie earlier, we went to our office in Fort Lauderdale to do our payouts for the pass week , which is what we do every Sunday. During the drive we were called by a team member telling us that an email was sent out by Hao Nguyen stating that we were terminated from the company. This information was confirmed after arriving at the office and catching CEO, Hao Nguyen, my downline Steve Vacca, a hired security guard and a lock smith. We tried to walk into our office Sattie was then hit by Steve Vacca in the face. Hao Nguyen hit her in the stomach. At that time we did not realize the hit was bad until it was pointed out by another NLC member that Sattie's face was swollen and should put ice on it. Steve Vacca and Hao Nguyen Still would not allow us entry to our office, Sattie then called 911. After listening to both sides we were told that Hao Nguyen was wrong and could not deny us access to of office. When we walked into our office Hao Nguyen and Steve Vacca pretty much destroyed our office, stole approx. $15,000 worth of checks from our office and denied it when questioned by the police officer. After a few mins. of questioning Hao Nguyen told the police officer that the checks belonged to him. The police office requested to see the checks, Hao Nguyen then asked Steve Vacca to go get the checks from the car (Steve Vacca's car). After the police officer reviewed the checks, the officer made Hao Nguyen give us our checks back and gave us full access to our office. We then removed all of our belongings from the office. As a reference that the truth is being told here, please refer to the following case numbers by the Ft. Lauderdale Police Dept.06-76518 and 06-76682. The report will take approx. 5 days to become available. We unfortunately had another incident had today at the Orlando Office (Peter Narain's office). Peter went to his office the get his belongings out after he found out he was also terminated. He was greeted by one of Hao Nguyen's other SUPER STARS Luciano Vidigal (Branch Manager). To everyone's surprise Luciano Vidigal was taken away in handcuffs for two prior warrants for his arrest. Obviously NLC does not care about who they hire because this would have been identified with a simple back check.
My wife and I take pride in everything we do. The entire time we have been with NLC, we have protected the company and all of our downlines. We would like to continue our relationship with each and everyone of you. Anything we can do for you in the future, please do not hesitate to contact us. finally, ironically today we received the attached e-mail. It appears to be some kind of a press release. Many of you may have rec'd it. incase you did not here it is. Based on everything that we read confirms all of our suspicions and appear to be accurate.
ALSO, A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO WHOEVER WROTE THE ARTICLE.
ON A BRIGHTER NOTE, ANYONE INTERESTED IN MY FUTURE PLANS. YOU CAN REPLY TO ME OR CONTACT ME AT THE FOLLOWING E-MAIL ADDRESS, NFS4539@AOL.COM AND OR THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS 954-296-1004 OR 954-491-0800.
GO, GO, GO
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Old 07-12-2006, 02:36 AM
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Re: National Lending Corporation

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Forwarded Message:
Subj: UNDER INVESTIGATION!!!
Date: 6/18/2006 9:09:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: nlcfraud@yahoo.com
To: nfs4539@aol.com
Sent from the Internet (Details)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
nlcfraud@yahoo.com

National Lending Corporation Under Investigation for Taking Signup Money from New Members and NOT PAYING THEM FOR CLOSED LOANS!!
The 4-year old company is on a downward spiral as top members of management are jumping ship and rumors about CEO and Founder Hao Nguyen delaying commissions to play the stock market with the money are spreading like wildfire. With talks of lawsuits emerging, the company is under major scrutiny for compliance issues, and audits have occurred in more than 6 offices in recent weeks.
National Lending Corporation, widely known as "NLC", is a nationwide mortgage company that uses a multi-level marketing model to build their business and generate mortgage loans. However, many are starting to question how a company with nearly 60,000 agents is closing less than 200 loans per month. In addition, people can't help but to wonder how there are less than 20 people in the entire company that are making a substantial living. Their "proven success model", has only made a small few members the kind of earnings that they claim, but it takes years of earning nothing and nearly losing everything just to make it out of the red. But after paying thousands in office and traveling expenses, most of the top earners still only have only a moderate net income when half of their earnings go toward maintenance of the ownership of their own so-called businesses.
Sources from one of their offices located in Sunrise, Florida says that the internal consumption from owner Hao Nguyen and new wife, Katherine Lee, will be what ruins the company in the end. As they make millions every month off of the hard work of their people, they constantly flaunt their riches and rule by fear. With a bogus board of directors that has no say in any decisions made by the company, NLC is a giant dictatorship that is governed by the emotions and knee-jerk reactions of one man whose power trip has gone out of control. With a reputation for removing members from his company without notice, Mr. Nguyen continues to answer to nobody and has severed any long-term business or personal relationships he has ever had. He recently fired Vice President, Rocky Narain, the man that revolutionized the NLC recruiting model, and is responsible for nearly one third of the company's members. Mr. Nguyen's brother Thinh Nguyen left the company last year because he couldn't take the greed of a business model that focuses more on taking $200 from thousands of people every month than actually closing loans. Last month was a slower month with only 1,700 new recruits bringing in $340,000. That with a skimpy compensation plan that is far less than that of the average mortgage company, puts well over $1 Million per month into the pockets of Mr. Nguyen and Ms. Lee, and they have no problem letting you know. Katherine is never seen without $200k-$500k worth of jewelry covering her body, drives a custom-ordered Bentley, and has a few hundred thousand in knick-knacks around her office in the corporate headquarters located in Houston, Texas. It is told that Mr. Nguyen is a big investor of silver, which appears to be the reason for the long delays in processing payroll, and it takes as long as 6 weeks to get paid depending on the particular person or commission amount. "We just don't understand the method of how we get paid. Sometimes we'll get paid on files that closed a week ago before a file that paid over a month ago", said a member of management out of the Boston, MA region. He went on to mention that it appears that they get the smaller commission checks known in the NLC world as "overrides", faster then they get the larger more significant ones.
With a brutally damaged reputation, the increase of complaints by members every day, and compliance issues that could potentially close their doors, NLC continues to preach their "lifetime opportunity" to audiences in major cities around the country, selling the dream of home and business ownership through their revolutionary system. It even appears to the outsider as a very sound business strategy from a very reputable organization. Then you hear about the inner workings and internal politics that go on behind the bright and shiny scenes, and can't imagine how they will survive another year in business. This avalanche of turmoil that has been affecting the company for recent months comes off of the wake of the unexpected departure of National Manager Rio Hioe, based out of New York City. He poured his bottled up feelings for his long-term friend and boss into an email that ended up getting wide spread coverage throughout the company, and included information that only he knew as the CEO's best friend of 10 years. He talked about internal favoritism between managers, and often put them up against each other pulling the strings in the background. Pulling no punches in Mr. Hioe's email addressed to both Mr. Nguyen and Ms. Lee, he also confesses his awareness the constant cheating habits of the CEO, indicating that the big cheese had no problem spending money on sex. Ironically, Rio was the best man in the couple's wedding just 2 weeks prior to the departure. He was even criticized by Ms. Lee on his speech for the groom not being to her liking.
Despite the lost relationships and lack of trust from most of his management team, Hao still has loyal followers that believe in his dream. Some are in awe of his presence, others follow out of fear, and there are some just waiting for advancement through the departure of their upper levels. Self-proclaimed compliance officer Steve Vacca, National Manager out of Sunrise, FL appears to have a close relationship with the CEO and his wife. Our sources indicate that he often references his boss's support for the rules he implements on the fly, such as docking the checks for their loan officers and processors for a variety of reasons. Members of this particular office have told us that Mr. Vacca and wife Kelly rule with an iron fist. It is said that their cut-throat style of business is right in line with the owners. They had a direct influence and impact on the recent termination of Rocky and Sattie Narain, as well as others managers in the organization. Ironically, they have taken over the teams of the removed members, which was the motivation behind this strategic move. But, let's forget all of the "he said, she said" that you'll see with every major company of this size, the biggest problem with NLC right now is that they're not paying their people. It seems to be a struggle for many people to get paid, which is the first sign of weakness with a company. "People are counting on their money, you can't mess with our lives like this", complained another loan officer with the company that closed their first loan weeks ago and has still not seen a check. Again, as an outsider it's hard to tell the severity of the situation, but if it's as bad as being reported, NLC may be in for a rude awakening with talks of class-action lawsuits, and investigations of fraud and embezzlement. If you are considering becoming a part of this business opportunity, you should be warned to do your homework and proper due diligence before investing your hard-earned money.
If you or anyone you know has had a negative experience with National Lending Corporation, or is aware of any fraudulent activities taking place, please send your comments to nlcfraud@yahoo.com


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Old 07-30-2006, 04:30 AM
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Re: National Lending Corporation

For who ever this may concern,

regarding the Recent NLC (supposed) fraud.

I just have a few things i would like to bring to some of this audiences attention, so you may decide if this is BS or not. if you read Rocky's threads carefully, he claims that his wife and himself were beaten on by to middle aged men (one of which is over 50 and is about 5 feet tall). I have a question for anyone reading this... would you let your wife get punched in the face and the gut by two men and just stand there. another point to bring to your attention would probaby be the fact that the NLCfraud@yahoo.com is rocky's personal email account. with that in mind i would like to share one more little point of interest, would a man who claims a company is total bs be plugging his company, that happens to be the exact same type of multi level marketing company.


think about a few of these points before you decide to believe what you just heard from this man... its up to you .


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Old 08-02-2006, 05:30 AM
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Rocky is a real scammer. I don't know why Mr. Hao did not put him in jail after what he did to NLC.

Now he is the big hero and guest what he copied everything from NLC to open his own company and what it's funny about it is that he got his company running the day after he was fired from NLC for been stilling customers from the company. Any intelligent person would know that Rocky was cooking behind the curtains.


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Old 08-02-2006, 05:37 AM
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Re: National Lending Corporation

Quote:
Originally Posted by RESEARCH KING
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Forwarded Message:
Subj: UNDER INVESTIGATION!!!
Date: 6/18/2006 9:09:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: nlcfraud@yahoo.com
To: nfs4539@aol.com
Sent from the Internet (Details)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
nlcfraud@yahoo.com

National Lending Corporation Under Investigation for Taking Signup Money from New Members and NOT PAYING THEM FOR CLOSED LOANS!!
The 4-year old company is on a downward spiral as top members of management are jumping ship and rumors about CEO and Founder Hao Nguyen delaying commissions to play the stock market with the money are spreading like wildfire. With talks of lawsuits emerging, the company is under major scrutiny for compliance issues, and audits have occurred in more than 6 offices in recent weeks.
National Lending Corporation, widely known as "NLC", is a nationwide mortgage company that uses a multi-level marketing model to build their business and generate mortgage loans. However, many are starting to question how a company with nearly 60,000 agents is closing less than 200 loans per month. In addition, people can't help but to wonder how there are less than 20 people in the entire company that are making a substantial living. Their "proven success model", has only made a small few members the kind of earnings that they claim, but it takes years of earning nothing and nearly losing everything just to make it out of the red. But after paying thousands in office and traveling expenses, most of the top earners still only have only a moderate net income when half of their earnings go toward maintenance of the ownership of their own so-called businesses.
Sources from one of their offices located in Sunrise, Florida says that the internal consumption from owner Hao Nguyen and new wife, Katherine Lee, will be what ruins the company in the end. As they make millions every month off of the hard work of their people, they constantly flaunt their riches and rule by fear. With a bogus board of directors that has no say in any decisions made by the company, NLC is a giant dictatorship that is governed by the emotions and knee-jerk reactions of one man whose power trip has gone out of control. With a reputation for removing members from his company without notice, Mr. Nguyen continues to answer to nobody and has severed any long-term business or personal relationships he has ever had. He recently fired Vice President, Rocky Narain, the man that revolutionized the NLC recruiting model, and is responsible for nearly one third of the company's members. Mr. Nguyen's brother Thinh Nguyen left the company last year because he couldn't take the greed of a business model that focuses more on taking $200 from thousands of people every month than actually closing loans. Last month was a slower month with only 1,700 new recruits bringing in $340,000. That with a skimpy compensation plan that is far less than that of the average mortgage company, puts well over $1 Million per month into the pockets of Mr. Nguyen and Ms. Lee, and they have no problem letting you know. Katherine is never seen without $200k-$500k worth of jewelry covering her body, drives a custom-ordered Bentley, and has a few hundred thousand in knick-knacks around her office in the corporate headquarters located in Houston, Texas. It is told that Mr. Nguyen is a big investor of silver, which appears to be the reason for the long delays in processing payroll, and it takes as long as 6 weeks to get paid depending on the particular person or commission amount. "We just don't understand the method of how we get paid. Sometimes we'll get paid on files that closed a week ago before a file that paid over a month ago", said a member of management out of the Boston, MA region. He went on to mention that it appears that they get the smaller commission checks known in the NLC world as "overrides", faster then they get the larger more significant ones.
With a brutally damaged reputation, the increase of complaints by members every day, and compliance issues that could potentially close their doors, NLC continues to preach their "lifetime opportunity" to audiences in major cities around the country, selling the dream of home and business ownership through their revolutionary system. It even appears to the outsider as a very sound business strategy from a very reputable organization. Then you hear about the inner workings and internal politics that go on behind the bright and shiny scenes, and can't imagine how they will survive another year in business. This avalanche of turmoil that has been affecting the company for recent months comes off of the wake of the unexpected departure of National Manager Rio Hioe, based out of New York City. He poured his bottled up feelings for his long-term friend and boss into an email that ended up getting wide spread coverage throughout the company, and included information that only he knew as the CEO's best friend of 10 years. He talked about internal favoritism between managers, and often put them up against each other pulling the strings in the background. Pulling no punches in Mr. Hioe's email addressed to both Mr. Nguyen and Ms. Lee, he also confesses his awareness the constant cheating habits of the CEO, indicating that the big cheese had no problem spending money on sex. Ironically, Rio was the best man in the couple's wedding just 2 weeks prior to the departure. He was even criticized by Ms. Lee on his speech for the groom not being to her liking.
Despite the lost relationships and lack of trust from most of his management team, Hao still has loyal followers that believe in his dream. Some are in awe of his presence, others follow out of fear, and there are some just waiting for advancement through the departure of their upper levels. Self-proclaimed compliance officer Steve Vacca, National Manager out of Sunrise, FL appears to have a close relationship with the CEO and his wife. Our sources indicate that he often references his boss's support for the rules he implements on the fly, such as docking the checks for their loan officers and processors for a variety of reasons. Members of this particular office have told us that Mr. Vacca and wife Kelly rule with an iron fist. It is said that their cut-throat style of business is right in line with the owners. They had a direct influence and impact on the recent termination of Rocky and Sattie Narain, as well as others managers in the organization. Ironically, they have taken over the teams of the removed members, which was the motivation behind this strategic move. But, let's forget all of the "he said, she said" that you'll see with every major company of this size, the biggest problem with NLC right now is that they're not paying their people. It seems to be a struggle for many people to get paid, which is the first sign of weakness with a company. "People are counting on their money, you can't mess with our lives like this", complained another loan officer with the company that closed their first loan weeks ago and has still not seen a check. Again, as an outsider it's hard to tell the severity of the situation, but if it's as bad as being reported, NLC may be in for a rude awakening with talks of class-action lawsuits, and investigations of fraud and embezzlement. If you are considering becoming a part of this business opportunity, you should be warned to do your homework and proper due diligence before investing your hard-earned money.
If you or anyone you know has had a negative experience with National Lending Corporation, or is aware of any fraudulent activities taking place, please send your comments to nlcfraud@yahoo.com
DO NOT BELEIVE THIS BS THIS POST WAS DONE BY ROCKY HIMSELF


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Old 08-05-2006, 10:13 AM
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I know personally that Rocky Narrain is both a liar and a thief. I called him myself and spoke with him and his company. He attempted to solicit me to leave NLC and join his boot-legged company NFS which violates his contract with NLC that is still binding although he has been fired from NLC "for cause." Mr. Narrain should be ashamed of himself for this disgusting and desperate attempt to slander and defame a company that embraced him the way NLC did. Rocky was caught stealing and s nothing more than a common thief. The entire posting is fraudulent and a shallow attempt to entice referrals to contact him so he can recruit them for his sham of a company. NFS is the scam, not NLC.


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Old 08-08-2006, 01:18 AM
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I can't help but notice that Rocky's posts are written very well. The other postings against Mr. Narain can't even spell correctly. Please only respond if you are over 18 years old...these above posters speak and spell like children. I do not listen to children whine. Only adult conversations please. Also, please post all proof like Mr. Narain did. He gave police report numbers, etc. What can you prove that says NLC is not a scam? Mr. Hao himself has sexual harrassment charges against him. His own brother quit. Maybe asking Mr. Hao's family why they don't support Mr. Hao's actions would be a good eye-opener. This Mortgage company has "alot" of complaints.....lots of people paying $200 but only a select few making more than $10,000 a year!
You ask them a question on how to correctly fill out a 1003 application and they reply with "hey, did I tell you how much I made last week?". Comments like these prove that it's a scam..... McDonald's pays more and you don't have to pay up $200 to work there either.


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Old 08-08-2006, 09:07 AM
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I don't know about you TyTy, but I close loans for NLC every month and I'm not a member. I'm one of their AE's that visits their office every month. They're approved to do business with my company; they carry the proper CFL and DOC license in the state of California; and they also have a Surety Bond Certificate to do business here. I've not heard of one complaint from any of the LO's I work with about not getting paid.

Quit Whining and go back to your job at McDonalds. The fries are burning!

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Old 08-08-2006, 09:17 PM
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Hello, I just had a very unhappy personal experience with the Dallas branch. Being a former loan processor myself I know how the process works and the way they were doing their business is very questionable. I was told what to put on my own application without anyone fully explaining it to me. I was told to lie on my verification of employment or have someone lie for me, this was told to me by the processor. I explained to the processor, the loan officer and the branch manager over and over what my employment intaled and no one bothered to pay attention to what I was telling them. There is a major lack of communication not only between them and their cients but between the staff themselves. I was frustrated the entire process, and I didn't receive disclosures or a good faith estimate till two weeks after my application. (by law they must submit those to you with in three business days) The only reason I got the GFE when I did is because of numerous request for it. The fees they wanted to charge me was outrageous, I know lenders set the fees but uping those to make a buck after already making money on the 1% loan org., come on now. Lets just say after pulling my loan and going elsewhere I am saving over $600 in fees alone. I personal would not refer anyone to them. I am also in the process of getting my money for joining fees which they keep telling me will be applied towards their processing fees, those fees have nothing to do with each other not to mention a processing fee was not disclosed to me nor did I sign anything saying that is a fee to me regardless if it closes or not. Why would I pay them a processing fee? For what, wasting my time?


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Old 08-08-2006, 09:19 PM
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And TYTY, I like the professionalism from jbbphoto, shows what kind of people work for and with them.


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Old 08-12-2006, 04:44 AM
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I am an NLC member and it is because of these threads that a lot of people may be missing out on a great opportunity. I am all for people getting the facts about a company before they do businees or make an informed decision about it. However, simply basing a decision on what other people think because of what may or may not be posted on the Internet is not enough research.

The Interenet is a double-edge sword when it comes to research, especially researching a company. If you want to research, then do it correctly. Don't just type in a keyword into Google or Yahoo and read every search engine result or post on some forum, because what you are likely to get is half results (half bad and half good). If you really want to research a company, check out where they are licensed to do business by going to official state government sites, and look at the better business bureau. You have to take comments about a company in stride with real research.

Anybody can find negative complaints about a company. Type in "GE Scam" for example and you are bound to find some negative publicity of some kind. General Electric is a great company, but I bet even they have some unhappy customers and/or business partners. Is that enough for you to not buy there products. I think not.

If you want to check out NLC (National Lending Corporation), here is a link that has some addresses and phone numbers for you to call and find out about with which states we are licensed with.

http://www.quick-start.net/national_...ning_guide.htm

If there is no information about NLC in your state, it is probably that we can't yet do business within your state. Right now I think we are licensed in 42 states. The others are pending at this time.

Also the BBB is located at the following link
http://www.bbbonline.org/

There are over 60,000 Loan Orginators with NLC. Do you think if the company was really that bad that the best a person can get for typing in "NLC Scam" into a search engine is 110 results. Even if the results were all bad that says a lot about the company when you have over 60,000 Loan Orginators. But the results are not all bad publicity and some of the results lead to the same websites. Try it yourself. Go to Google and type in "NLC Scam" (110 results) or "National Lending Corporation Scam" (48 results). I think that says something about our company right there. With over 60,000 loan orginators, if the company was that bad there would be way more results than this.

The bottom line is this. We are a real company with a real opportunity. Do your research well and you will find that it be true.

One other thing. The generic press release that Rocky put on here has no author or publisher. Just take a short sentence from the post above and place it into Google or Yahoo. Where else on the Internet does it show up? Does it have an author or publisher? If not, it is not warranted. If it does, who are they and what are their credentials.



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Old 08-13-2006, 09:41 PM
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Did Anybody happen to check Rocky's Past?
Google Rocky Narain in the state of NY for real estate fines!
does anybody know why Nations Funding Source is not in Rocky's Name? (maybe some skeletons in his closet?)
Maybe the division of banking and finance will not issue him a license.
Do your research check California and New York, So calle downer has many skeletons in closet


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Old 08-14-2006, 03:46 PM
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VERY INTERESTING READING!!! I am from Ny and know the Narain "clan" well. Its no wonder the banking dept. wont issue him a license in Florida, knowing his track record in NY. Yes I googled Rocky Narain and saw he was fined for problems with the NY Real Estate Board for improper handling of clients deposits!! HMMMM! If the company is in someones elses name, I see why.

I hear he was then run out of a company called Primerica. They use to be AL Williams back in the day. Rumor has it he was one of the top recruiters there and making 300k a year. Now, no longer there? Why does his brother stay in Primerica and Rocky was kicked out? Im sure he'll have a story about the owner of that company also!!! Why does "his" brother want nothing to do with Rocky's ventures????? He talks about Mr. Nguyens brother and you all think thats something without looking into his own brothers and sister also living in NY.
Then off to investment banking in Florida?? Who knows what happened there?
Then to NLC, and you can see he was terminated from that company, being the top recruiter and top income earner!!! Anybody see some "patterns" here!
All you people joining him in his wife's venture, well "BUYERS BEWARE" Nations Funding Sourse is a way for Rocky to gather unsuspecting peoples hard earned money, so he can "run" again to another new venture.(Buyer Beware)

Lets all research this 3 month old company with no "track record" and look into the "dark" past of the "so" called owner.
I now work for a different mortgage company here in Ny. and I see the wars between companys all the time. I saw the wars between AL Williams and Prudential, I saw the wars between Coke and Pepsi. The Integrity of the company lies in the Integrity of its owners.

Nlc seems to be here to stay!!!! Check the BBB!! Dont be fooled again!!
BUYER BEWARE!!!!



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Old 08-16-2006, 01:35 PM
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i just wanted to point out that having poor grammar doesn't neccessarily make one a crook. That's not logical.

Furthermore, consider that there are three sides to every story.


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Old 08-17-2006, 10:53 AM
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After reading ALL this the only
thing I have to say is three words:

I HATE MLM!


If anyone knows of a way to broker
loans nationwide at a competitive
rate (without MLM) please post a
follow up to this message...

Thanks.


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Old 08-31-2006, 09:46 PM
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Re: National Lending Corporation

Interesting reading on NLC. I have never cared for MLM, yet this company has a very slick presentation. I am looking for something else after 20 years in the apparel industry. I have read some very positive things and some very negative things about this comany. The person I spoke to after replying to a craigslist post in Seattle directed me to the video presentation on their website. I have yet to call him back as I am still reseaching NLC. They make it sound like you can me a ton of money originating loans but not having any knowledge in this industry I'm not so sure. I guess the question that I have is why would 300 different lenders inluding Bank of America, Washington Mutual and Wells Fargo deal with a company like this if they weren't reputeable (sp?).
Would they want to do the loans that badly? Or is this really a good company. As for the previous posts about the top management making all the money.....Isn't that the way it always goes at the large corporations (ie: Ford, Microsoft, and all HMO's).

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