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Let’s Look at the Pebblestone Financial Debt Consolidation Loan Mailer

By on January 8, 2018

A reader sent in a recent mailer they had received from Pebblestone Financial out of North Dakota.

The name caught my attention because I had a reader question which included Pebblestone Financial.

While the mailer appears to be a pre-approved offer for a debt consolidation loan, don’t assume it is.

In the fine print on the Pebblestone Financial website they say, “You may not be matched with the lender making a particular conditional loan offer, and Pebblestone Financial does not guarantee that any lender will make you a conditional loan offer. Pebblestone Financial is not an agent of you or any lender. Pebblestone Financial services are only administrative. Pebblestone Financial is a paid marketing lead generator.” – Source

So knowing Pebblestone Financial is just a paid marketing lead generator, let’s use that knowledge to evaluate the mailer the consumer received. I’d love to get your feedback in the comments below as well.

In the case of the reader question I previously received about a Pebblestone Financial, the consumer was allegedly referred to a firm for debt relief help and not a loan.

It is unclear from the Pebblestone mailer and website if the consumer would only be directed to a lender or could also be directed to a debt relief company as well.

The Pebblestone Financial website is hosted on the same server with Guardian Angel Funding, Bridgeline Funding, Lafayette Funding, and Salvation Funding. – Source Source

My advice for anyone receiving a mailer from Pebblestone Financial is to considering checking the company out before moving forward. Here are some free guides on how to do that.

If you are comfortable after checking the company out, that is your choice.

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3 Comments

  1. Vera Forrester

    March 16, 2018 at 6:14 pm

    Has anyone tried this?? If so what are the end results?Did it work?

  2. Delbra Brown

    February 21, 2018 at 9:26 am

    I received a mailer that looked EXACTLY like this but it was for Salvation Funding so thank you for posting this!

    • Bryan

      March 13, 2018 at 7:36 pm

      Has anyone ever actually used any of these companies? I filled out a request for Salvation Funding, and a WHOLE BUNCH of random phone calls suddenly started hitting my cell phone. I talked to a couple of these people, and they are total salesmen. Claiming things that are impossible (i.e. a 3.67% interest rate for someone with a low credit store, etc.)

      Just wanted to see if anyone actually has applied and/or gotten a loan?

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