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  1. This will be a long post, so bare with me on this. A few weeks ago, my mother received a letter from Amigo loans. Strangly enough, telling her to confirm her details for her recent loan application. Pretty strange, I mean we've heard of them but NEVER used them or even been on their site. I decide to ring up, find out what it's about (maybe its a mistake or error). NOPE. They recieved a application from a company called Express Finance. Again, never heard of them. But amigo gave us the contact information for them, and took mum off their system. And we rang Express Finance. Again, they had an application/information sent to them from yet another company, Finance Train. They told us they'd take the information off their system. We then decided to contact finance train, whom we came to notice were a loan broker. And this is where it all begins... I myself decided to try and email them I had any information from them written down (incase it went further than them as this was getting bizzare now). Every single email address on their website came back not sent. Every. Single. One. i'll ring them? Nope. Their phone always (no matter what time of day) goes through as if ringing and then just says 'our offices are shut. Please call again during buisness hours'. Well, what hours are those? You're a UK based company, working normal buisness hours but I can never get hold of ANYONE. So by now, i'm a little mad. We find the FCA authority number and have a quick look if they're still trading. They are, and another company shows up but its MDX solutions. Apparently, Finance Train is a trading style of MDX solutions i think, Okay, email MDX solutions. Someone there should direct me to the right place at least. I emailed on the 4th Nov. I'm still waiting. Now all this sounds a little weird by now as it is, I decided to look into the companies listed with MDX solutions and there's a few in total. 2 have the same website, a few colour changes, and my favourite part about one of them is that it has 'This is a paragraph' written on their privacy policy, you know, just incase I didn't understand the concept of a paragraph. Every company on there which is a loan broker has the same number for customer services, and same style of email address 'customerservices@xxxxx'. The other websites, have a different number to these, but again, their numbers match (little bit odd to say the least). All these companies are registered to flats in London (or at least MDX solutions is, but on the 'contact us page' the address is that exact same one. And looking at the person who managed MDX solutions (who has his own website for his new company) seems very proud of having 5 companies who have gotten FCA approval by him (I know because of a blog post on their telling me all about it). This all seems very weird to say the least. Has ANYONE else had dealings with MDX solutions or Finance Train (Or even a company linked with them) because I really REALLY want to get to the bottom of this. (PS mother has NEVER used a broker in her life, she has had a loan before but we did ring the company to ensure they didn't pass those details on to a broker or in general and they informed us they do not do that what so ever. They're a fairly large company as well so I tend to trust what I have been told by them)
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