Sigma Solutions LLC Contact Info

This page lists full contact info for Sigma Solutions LLC incl. mailing address, business name, fax and phone numbers.

Business Name:
Sigma Solutions, LLC

Additional Business Names / Possibly Related Entities:
Brighton Financial, LLC.
Kingston Financial, LLC.
Sigma Solutions Cash Advance
100 Day Loans / (see Contact Info for details)

Warnings / Disclaimers

1-800-620-8790 (Kingston Financial)


Address (from Utah Department of Financial Institutions):
Sigma Solutions LLC
2150 South 1300 East, Suite 500
Salt Lake City, UT 84106

The above address was listed as “Undeliverable” in June, 2011.

Additional Address (from
Sigma Solutions LLC
2180 South 1300 East, Suite 650,
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106

Additional Address:
Kingston Financial, LLC.
2274 South 1300 East, Suite G15 Number 178 PMB
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106

According to one kind reader, the above addresses seem to be virtual offices provided by a virtual office solution provider.

On April 13, 2013, a kind reader sent us the following allegations against this entity: “So I do not really know where this should go, but I encountered something incredibly disturbing in dealing with Sigma/Brighton. My wife receive an email from Sigma the other day indicating she had been approved for a $200 loan and just needed to e-sign to receive deposit. Anyways she clicked the link provided in her email and it took her to what I believe must be a third party secure signature site. On the page was the “contract” between Sigma Solutions LLC and my wife. The page looked like every other payday contract we have ever seen, including her name, date of birth, exact address, phone number, bank name and bank account number. A lot of personal information but a pretty normal contract. Well that was until we… (see below) …and it took us to another contract from Sigma Solutions LLC that looked identical to my wife’s, except for the fact that it included another persons name, date of birth, phone number, address, bank name and account number. This person even had a worse rate than we did on our $200.00 loan. Most disturbingly is the fact that nothing was stopping us from e-signing this completely random persons loan. I ended up doing a little more research and figured out that if I just… (see below) …I could bring up hundreds of different people’s loan contracts. Depending on… (see below) …some loans were from a few months back and some labeled into May 2013. (see below) …would change the “lender” name on these contracts from Sigma Solutions to Brighton and a few others. So even though the URL my wife was sent stated she would e-sign a contract with Sigma Solutions, if I wanted to I could… and she would e-sign with “Brighton” not that this matters a lot as they are all the same but it does kind of make the idea of a “contract” go out the window. These contracts did not include social security numbers but with full addresses and phone numbers I was able to do basic searches to find out who, what, where and when about these poor folks who applied for a loan through god knows who. All loans were for exactly $200.00 but the interest rates ranged dramatically. Anyways I assume someone already came upon this and maybe it isn’t as dramatic a breach of security as it seems. Hope this helps someone.” Editor’s Note: Thank you for your message. Some parts of this message have been redacted and are only visible to logged-in members of our site because they describe a possibly ongoing security breach that can be used to compromise the personal information of unrelated third parties.

On June 12, 2013, a reader sent us the following allegations against Sigma Solutions and Cutter Group: “I felt something was off about these two loan groups and I would like to know what should I do about them. Should I get the police involved? BEFORE THEY ROB ME BLIND?” Editor’s Note: Sorry, we cannot offer advice for specific fact situations. Please consult your attorney.

On August 5, 2013, we received the following allegations against Sigma Solutions Loan (1-800-620-8813): “This company is taking money out of my account. When I tried to call, someone answered and then hung up. They took $154 dollars out without me saying they could. I’m a single mother taking care of two kids and every penny counts.”

On August 30, 2013, we received these allegations against Sigma Solutions: “Stop taking money out of my account. Money was taken out of my account. I do not know who these people are. I am going get a lawyer.”

Editor’s Note: Sigma Solutions is an unknown and unrelated entity. Please read our FAQ and About pages to learn more about who we are and what we do. Thank you.

On Sept. 25, 2013, we received these allegations: “I received a payday loan over a year ago for $200 and they are still taking money from my account and have collected over $5000 from me for a loan of $200. I feel they have received their money back and need to stop debiting my account. When I try to contact them I have no luck, there is no website for them. Because they keep debiting my account, it causes my account to be overdrawn and I have to pay overdraft fees causing me a financial hardship.”

On Oct. 2, 2013, we received the following request for info about Sigma Solutions LLC: “I need an email address.” Editor’s Note: Sorry, we do not have an email address for this entity yet. If we find one, we’ll post it here. If you find one, please let us know. Thank you!

On Oct. 2, 2013, we received these allegations against Sigma Solutions LLC: “I took out a 200 dollar loan and they keep taking money after they have received almost $500 from me and every time they take out money they overdraft my account. They take it out twice a month and I only get payed once a month now. They’re taking all my money that I earn serving this country. I won’t be able to afford to travel after training.”

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