Bank Card Alliance | Craig ClarkCraig Clark | Bank Card Alliance Scams Companies into PIPE DREAM and STEALS YOUR MONEY!!!!

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I have owned a restaurant for 22 years and found a company online named Bank Card Alliance being run by a man named Craig Clark. I had been previously denied for a traditional small business loan with wells fargo and found an advertisement online from Bank Card Alliance, claiming to be their own direct lender who did "unsecured business lending".

It was a two week process and the company advocated a "same day approval". I was seeking an 80, 000 dollar loan and they "approved" it. All in all it ended up being around 12, 000 dollars that I paid the company as a broker fee, only to have the company disappear and not return ANY OF MY CALLS!!!

My lawyer did some digging on the company Bank Card Alliance at 750 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06183 only to find it being run by a convicted felon (pictured below) named Craig Clark who was on parole for ATTEMPTED MURDER AND FRAUD!!!

THERE ARE MULTIPLE ACCOUNTS OF THIS COMPANY LITERALLY ROBBING MONEY FROM EVERYONE WHO HAS FELL FOR THE RIDICULOUS SCAM THEY ARE RUNNING!!! THEY MUST BE STOPPED!!!

Craig Clark | Bank Card Alliance Scams Companies into PIPE DREAM and STEALS YOUR MONEY!!!!

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