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This page lists contact info for Cloud Lending incl. possibly related entities, phone and fax numbers. We seek their business name, mailing address and any other info you may have about them. Based on info received from our readers, we believe Cloud Lending may be a DBA of CWB Services, LLC.

The website is dead (domain parked).

Business Name:
Unknown Entity DBA Cloud Lending

Additional Business Names / Possibly Related Entities:
Cloud Lending /
CWB Services, LLC.
Horizon Opportunities, LLC.
Twin Bluff Lending

Warnings / Disclaimers

1-888-989-5482 (Confirmed August 16, 2013)

1-888-643-8530 (Confirmed August 16, 2013)



On April 24, 2013, we received these allegations against Cloud Lending and Twin Bluff Lending AKA CWB Services: “These companies are one and the same. Without my consent, they put two deposits of $250 in my bank account and emailed me loan documents. Completely without my consent. I closed my account today and alerted the FBI Special Task Unit for Cybercrime. I also copied and pasted this entire page to them. For the scammers who were about to scam me, be afraid. Be very afraid. They are coming soon.”

On May 1, 2013, we received the following allegations against Cloud Lending: “I received an email today that I just happened to spot in time (I still hope). It said my $300 loan was approved and funding tonight unless I called them today to stop it. I called and spoke to a girl named Brandy, who said she found it in the system and would stop it from funding. I asked her last name but they don’t give those out. She did email back and gave me the confirmation that it was stopped. This is not the first company that has done this to me and subsequently began deducting payments. I have already shut down one bank account through Capital One and they have been made fully aware of the situation. The first loan was funded by Hydra Fund II, another fraud company with no license and one to be aware of. I had never filled out ANY applications period and they still got all my info down to my employer.”

On August 1, 2013, we received the following allegations against Cloud Lending: “Phone # 888-989-5482, Fax # 888-643-8530 Doing Business As for CWB Services LLC. Same format as Horizon and using same tactics to keep pulling $90.00 each payday. Have been reported to CT Banking Commission, IRS, FBI IC3, CT Attorney Generals Office. They are bad news!”

On August 8, 2013, we received these allegations against Cloud Lending: “The aforementioned entity deposited $250 into my money market account on June 17, 2013 without my consent. I never signed any agreements with them. I have been unsuccessful in contacting them at their toll free number.”

On August 16, 2013, we received these allegations: “I noticed a deposit of $300.00 into my bank account that I had not made at the time. I assumed that my husband had made the deposit. I was none the wiser until I received noticed of the $90.00 fee being deducted from my bank account 14 days later. By this time I no longer had the $300.00 because I thought my husband had put it in our account. I did send them notification to deduct the fee and some principal each month from my account. After all, I knew I had to pay them back. The fees have really hurt my family financially as we were struggling already. I have no idea how this company got access to my account.”

On Sept. 24, 2013, a kind reader sent us this allegation against Cloud Lending: “Accessed my account.”

On Oct. 6, 2013, we received these allegations against Cloud Lending: “I am a college student and I wasn’t aware they deposited $300 in my account and I didn’t approve this transaction. I would like to know what my options are.” Editor’s Note: Thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, we cannot give advice for specific fact situations. Please consult your attorney.

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