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Old 03-12-2016, 04:14 PM   #1
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Getting ready to start franchise business in the Denver area, was put in touch with Intervention Loan Firm in Dubaim they have approved a loan for my business for $400,000 USD. I understand that there is a legalization stamp required to be applied to these documents, Intervention Loan Firm is asking me to pay a processing fee of $500.00 for this to go through, suppose to hit my bank with in 5 business days. There is a statement after the loan agreement that says if monies are not put in account within the 5 business days, the $500.00 processing fee will be refunded in full within 3 business days, need to know if this is legal aaand if this firm is legitimate, they say that they are a world wide lender, just want to be sure before signing document aaand submitting banking information.

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One should shy away from foreign investors IMO.
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Old 03-12-2016, 07:21 PM   #3
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Getting ready to start franchise business in the Denver area, was put in touch with Intervention Loan Firm in Dubaim they have approved a loan for my business for $400,000 USD. I understand that there is a legalization stamp required to be applied to these documents, Intervention Loan Firm is asking me to pay a processing fee of $500.00 for this to go through, suppose to hit my bank with in 5 business days. There is a statement after the loan agreement that says if monies are not put in account within the 5 business days, the $500.00 processing fee will be refunded in full within 3 business days, need to know if this is legal aaand if this firm is legitimate, they say that they are a world wide lender, just want to be sure before signing document aaand submitting banking information.

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Why the blazes would any reasonably intelligent individual be asking total strangers, and anonymously at that, complex legal questions pertaining to a matter of such financial import and consequence?

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Getting ready to start franchise business in the Denver area, was put in touch with Intervention Loan Firm in Dubaim they have approved a loan for my business for $400,000 USD. I understand that there is a legalization stamp required to be applied to these documents, Intervention Loan Firm is asking me to pay a processing fee of $500.00 for this to go through, suppose to hit my bank with in 5 business days. There is a statement after the loan agreement that says if monies are not put in account within the 5 business days, the $500.00 processing fee will be refunded in full within 3 business days, need to know if this is legal aaand if this firm is legitimate, they say that they are a world wide lender, just want to be sure before signing document aaand submitting banking information.

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If you are skeptical about the company you should consult a lawyer to understand the legality of the terms and conditions in the loan agreement.
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