Rowsonberg Financial Group

Kimberly –

Victim Location 11234

Total money lost $719.82

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

This company contacted me on September 13th and offered you a loan for $8,000. Because I had no collateral and poor credit they said I had three choices to get the loan. Get a cosigner for the loan, pay $325 down, or pay $1,200 down. I chose to pay the $325, and they would match the $325. The only option they gave me to pay was Western Union. My friend went and paid for me and after I contacted them and told them that I had sent the money they said that I should have my money the next day. The next money when I called the company said that I had problem, because I had an issue with the first payment, I had to make another payment of $325. I had to borrow the money from someone and I then Western Unioned the money again.I confirmed that they received the money, and was told that my money would be in the bank by Monday. Monday morning the money wasn’t in the bank. I called to see why I didn’t receive my money, and I I was told that it was a problem with a tax at the Canadian border. There was a $300 tax and they were holding my loan until I could pay that. I refused to pay the money and they said if I didn’t pay they would take it out of petty cash and pay it for me by Friday. Today I called and they said that they wanted me to pay the $300 fee, that they were not going to take it out of their petty cash. After I got mad the woman i spoke to told me she was a good Christian woman and she was for real and she would never steal my money. The papers they sent me look legitimate.

Jaime –

Victim Location 18901

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I was contacted by a "Marsha Smith" who told me I was approved for a $15,000 loan; however,I would have to pay 4 months of payments as collateral for the loan. I knew it was a scam when she then said I would need to Western Union the money to a Sarah Jones in Barrie, Ontario, Canada because Sarah was the lender. I was told the trcking number is bot released to lender until loan money deposited in my account. I reviewed the company website and it didt lookright. Also, the loan docs said Rowsonberg was the lender but the woman said Sarah Jones was lender and Rowsonberg was escrow agent. I asked her if they are escrow agent, then why is money not sent to them to hold until loan funds are deposited. At this point the woman began to get annoyed and clearly was agitated I was questioning the scam. I checked the Georgia business registrations and Rowsonberg is not licensed to do business in Georgia. In addition, I googled the supposed CEO of the company and surprise, no results came up with her name. I searched the domain records and its registered to Domainsbyproxy which is apparently runby scammers as I read on the web.

Please stay away from Rowsonberg Financial Group.

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