Priority Plus Financial Review: Not a Lender – Is it a Scam or Legit?

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Did you receive a pre-approved offer from Priority Plus Financial?

Did your pre-approved offer include a pre-approval code as if you were personally selected for this offer?

Did your pre-approved offer say: “Your pre-approval for $41,000 through Priority Plus Financial »

Did your pre-approved offer include a check for $51,000?

Did your pre-approved offer show your interest rate reduced from 17.2% to 2.92% APR?

Did your pre-approved offer show your new monthly payment increased from $1,300 to $250?

Who is Priority Plus Financial? They are not a lender. They seem to be a lead generator selling mainly to debt settlement companies.

Sounds a bit pretty to be true?

And you go looking for opinions.

Is Priority Plus Financial legit or a scam?

Crixeo.com rewarded by Priority Plus Financial a 2-star rating (data collected and updated as of February 24, 2022). We hope the information below will help you make an informed decision on whether to do business with this company.

  • Priority Plus Financial is not a lender.
  • It looks like Priority Plus Financial is running a typical bait and switch program – but not for themselves – for their prime buyers. They lure you into sending you a direct mail with a ridiculous 2.92% interest rate to consolidate your high interest credit card debt.
  • Priority Plus Financial doesn’t tell you that you need great credit to qualify for a loan with that low interest rate (which you were supposedly pre-approved for).
  • We’re curious how many consumers this offer was mailed to actually qualify for 2.92% interest.

Priority Plus financial reviews

According to the Better Business Bureau, Priority Plus Financial is rated less A but is less than two years old.

Priority Plus Financial BBB Reviews

Cheryl J – January 5, 2022 –

I worked with *** and while he seemed wonderful at first, I later discovered that he was lying and misleading me in many ways. He gave the impression of being helpful and transparent. He was accessible and answered my questions for the first 4 months. At that point he stopped answering calls and texts and referred me to Alleviate. THEN, I discovered how he had misinterpreted, misled and outright lied to me. He skillfully stopped me from speaking with them until it was really too late to back down. He misrepresented his role in the process and he lied about how/when he was paid. He lied about how the program worked and said there was a Covid-19 related program available in a few states that eliminated interest. He said I would pay the full amount I owed, when the **** was being settled and I would pay less than I owe. He lied about the impact on my credit rating and the resolution time related to my credit rating. I don’t know if he’s an anomaly at Priority Plus or if the whole company works that way. But beware! The debt solution company, Alleviate, that he worked with, however, is FANTASTIC. Go directly to THEM if you are looking for this service!

Connie M – September 17, 2021 –

I feel like I was pressured into a debt modification program. I was set up on the program and a day later after I got all the paperwork I decided I didn’t want to damage my credit any further so I emailed my rep and told him that I wanted it cancelled. He said he would take care of it. 6 days later, the day we set the initial payment to take it out, my bank account was debited. I emailed the rep and called and he called me back right away. He transferred me to the debt settlement center to cancel it, but I’m so upset because it should have been done on September 10th and no charge should have been taken at all!

We urge you to do your own research and due diligence on any business, especially when it comes to personal financial needs such as debt consolidation or debt relief.

We wish you good luck and invite you to take a look at Crixeo Best Debt Consolidation Reviews of 2022.


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