I found this company by doing a google search. I called the company, spoke with the owner Mike Robbins. Seemed like a fast, slick talker, made promises that seemed too good to be true. We talked about the loan I needed to purchase an investment property, he talked me into sending him all my personal information and a loan application. The next day he calles and said he has a commitment letter for the entire loan amount ($200,000) and that I should go and put money down to hold the property, which I did.
After several phone calls I could not get Mr. Robbins to return my call. Once I finally got Mr Robbins then he requested I send pictures of the property, I thought that was strange as we already had a letter of committment, but I did anyway. Again a few more days go by and I’m getting worried that I was going to loose the property as well as the money I put down. Mr Robbins never returned any of my calls but I did finally get him on the phone again, now he makes up some story about his investors are having issues making the loan. If this wasn’t a done deal based on 1) My Loan Application, and 2) YOU giving a letter of committment, and 3) YOU telling me to put money down to secure the property, then why NOW you tell me its a no deal?
After checking with the Florida Department of Professional Regulation it appears that Mr Robbins and Quick Close Loans LLC are not licensed to make loans. Also a check of state records indicates that Mr. Robbins has done jail time in Volusia County Florida. I’m out about $5,000 as a result of this slick snake, I suggest you don’t do business with this company. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is!