This page lists contact info for Cardinal Management LLC incl. mailing addresses, additional business names and phone numbers.
This entity seems to be related to Pack Management Group LLC and Federal Assett Solutions.
If you have any info about or experiences with this entity, please let us know.
Cardinal Management, LLC.
1-866-943-6712 (Cardinal Management, LLC.) (Confirmed Sept. 26, 2013)
This phone number is also used by Pack Management Group, LLC.
(none listed but you could try the fax number for Pack Management Group)
Cardinal Management, LLC.
2533 North Carson Street Suite 4026
Carson City, Nevada 89706
Cardinal Management, LLC.
9120 Double Diamond Parkway Suite 4026
Reno, Nevada 89521-4842
This address is also used by Pack Management Group. (different suite number but same address)
On August 23, 2013, we received these allegations against Cardinal Management: “The only person I have been able to contact thus far is Crystal. Crystal advised that there is no one above her to speak with, there is no VP name and no legal department to which I can speak with to resolve what they have done. I took out a $300.00 payday loan in 2009. Cardinal Management, LLC began taking out $90.00 from my checking account every two weeks and did so up until 7/26/2013. Crystal advised it was my problem for not contacting them however I had no way. I went online as if I was going to apply for a new pay day loan and sent an email and well, Crystal with Cardinal Management called me back. I just want the money back that is due to me. To pay out $9360.00 for a $300.00 loan? That is theft on their part. I have also filed with the BBB and going to file with the FTC.”
On Sept. 26, 2013, we received these allegations against Cardinal Management LLC: “Entity Details: 1. Cardinal Management, LLC. – 866-943-6712. 2. Federal Assett Solutions (Mr. Smith is the only name this man would give me) – 800-557-0982. Mr. Corey Brown (Senior Arbitrator) sent me an email explaining the supposed “claim” and 3. Several other individuals have contacted me at my personal cell & work phone since 2009. Complaint: Since 2009, I have continuously been harassed by several individuals in relation to a supposed “claim/lawsuit” filed by Cardinal Management LLC. After I went online and ONLY APPLIED for a payday loan (which I NEVER accepted due to an uneasy feeling that it was not legit), I was and are still currently in Sept 2013 frequently being harassed with calls from many different people claiming that I owe Cardinal Mgmt $738.00!! I used an old closed savings account to apply for the loan. Mind you, I closed the savings account shortly after applying for the loans because I began to receive all these calls from lenders and it frightened me so I closed the account to avoid any deposits/withdrawals from coming from the account. I work and have worked at the same bank for several years, have never changed my number, same address, everything is still the same. These people have ALL of my info! I know and understand about judgments, claims, lawsuits, garnishments, the whole nine and I don’t understand if I so called owe them this money, why have they not reported anything to my credit, filed a “real” lawsuit, or even garnished my wages? It’s a mystery to me! So I continue to get these threatening calls that they will show up at my job, take me to court, anything you can think of. Still with no proof that money was EVER deposited to that savings, no dates, statements, or anything. I have asked them over and over to supply me with this info. I have even gone as far as faxing them statements to prove that no deposits were made to that account from them. This has been a nightmare and I have no idea what to do.”
On Sept. 2, 2015, we received these allegations against Cardinal Management: “I do not know any details about these people because I cannot find any! They are harassing me over the phone and making threats. This is supposedly about a loan of $500 dollars that is over 6 years old and that I have no recollection of making! They give you a run-a-round when you call, they are vague about details and will only except credit card payments. Is this a scam?” Editor’s Note: Thank you for your message. Unfortunately, we cannot give advice for any specific fact situation. Generally speaking, attempting to collect on old debt that you have no recollection of is common in payday loan debt collection scams. Other hallmarks of this type of scam include harassing/abusive telephone calls, reluctance to provide any details about the supposed loan and refusal to provide their company name or contact info. That’s one reason we created this contact info list – to help legal professionals, law enforcement and regulatory agencies track down suspicious debt collectors. Thank you for your valuable info!
On Sept. 4, 2015, we received allegations against Cardinal Credit Payday Loan which may be related to this entity: “A company called my fathers number leaving a message for me but using a former last name that I haven’t used in 6 years due to getting married. I called back and they tried to say I took out a payday loan online in 2009 and that they were now coming after me and if I didn’t take the settlement of 950.00 that I would be responsible for lawyer fees and court costs, etc. She was totally reading from a script and when I told her to go ahead and try because #1, I knew I didn’t take out a payday loan, #2 I never received and written documentation of money owed or court, etc. and #3 there is a statute of limitations… 6 years is way over that. They try to get people that might not know their rights and scare them into “settling” and paying money that they do not know, and saying it was a long time ago so you think maybe you don’t remember taking out the loan.”
On Sept. 23, 2015, we received more allegations against Cardinal Management LLC: “I received a call from “Global Solutions” about an alleged payday loan through Cardinal Management. I have NEVER in my life applied, attempted to apply, or even sought out information about a payday loan. They called me in June and I told them to send me information in writing. They of course refused. Today, they called my father-in-law and my sister. When I called them back, again they refused to send anything in writing. They have my last 4 of my SSN and my address. When I called my bank, they told me it was a scam. They threatened legal action and wage garnishment.”