Burlington Financial Group – Consumer Complaint – March 20, 2020

Consumer Statement:

I was mislead as to what services were being delivered. Burlington has me believing that my debt was being handled over the course of several months, and thousands of dollars. In the end I canceled all services after at least 4 different case managers were assigned to my file.

Consumer Action Taken:

I advised them that I was told money would be refunded in the event I was sued. They stated that was not the case, and they were “sorry” for the confusion.

Date This Problem Happened: November 10,2019

State You Live in: TX

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $14,272

Company Name: Burlington Financial Group

Company Address:

110 West Road
Towson, MD 21204

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company: burlingtonfinancial.com


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6 thoughts on “Burlington Financial Group – Consumer Complaint – March 20, 2020”

  1. I just saw this in an email I receive regarding cyber security legal actions – I guess this falls in that category – Burlington has been fined and banned from offering debt relief –

    CFPB, Ga. Settle With Firm In Debt Relief Services Case
    A Maryland company accused of raking in millions in upfront fees while failing to deliver on its promises to help consumers eliminate credit-card debt has been fined and banned from offering debt relief services as part of a settlement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and state of Georgia. in a consent judgment approved Tuesday in Atlanta federal court, the CFPB and Georgia secured terms that require Towson, Maryland-based Burlington Financial Group LLC and several top officers to pay civil penalties totaling $150,001 and permanently bar them from providing debt relief, credit repair or financial advisory services.

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  2. this program is a scam! Randolph , Anthony , Dayana and Sophia I want my money back!!! I will get my money back one way or the other!!!

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  3. I signed a contract with Burlington Financial Group in May 2019. It was for 30 months at $341.42. They assured me that my 7 credit cards would be paid off in full. After 14 months of payments I cannot reach the company or my case worker. Now I’m being sued in civil court by one of the companies and threatened by a couple of others for more money than I owed them when I turned my bills over to them. They did not do anything to help me. I know that they have probably tanked my credit rating. I will research companies from now on before I sign on the dotted line.

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