This page lists contact info for USAMoneyShop.com including mailing address, additional business name, phone and fax numbers.
Their website mentions that “USAMoneyShop.com is a website owned by Silver Cloud Financial which is a tribal lending entity wholly owned by the Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake, California…” so USA Money Shop is a tribal lending entity.
Silver Cloud Financial DBA USA Money Shop
Additional Business Names / Possibly Related Entities:
Silver Cloud Financial
USA Money Shop / USAMoneyShop.com
1-855-209-8394 (Confirmed April 23, 2013)
1-855-209-8397 (Confirmed April 23, 2013)
USA Money Shop
635 East Highway 20 C,
Upper Lake, California 95485
On December 20, 2012, a reader kindly sent us the name, address, phone number and business name of this entity. We urgently seek their fax number.
On February 22, 2013, a kind reader sent us an email address for this entity. To prevent unsolicited bulk email we do not publish email addresses but they are available upon request and for users who are logged in. Thank you for understanding!
On April 8, 2013, we received the following allegations against Silver Cloud Financial: “I put a request online for a loan and this was the company listed on my bank account reference. I have searched my email for their information regarding the loan but I haven’t found it. I called them and they said they would send me my information. So I desire their email address so I can ask about it. Also their rates are pretty high, 150+30/ payment, decreasing by about 20$/payment(at least they decrease unlike some but still seems a bit excessive).”
On April 23, 2013, a kind reader sent us the following allegations against Silver Cloud Financial DBA Usa Money Shop: “I searched them on your site today to find more info on them. I needed an address. I noticed you were looking for the fax number. Per a representative at the phone number listed on your site the fax number is 855-209-8397.”
On August 12, 2013, we received the following allegations against this entity: “Has taken out unauthorized debits from checking account. Started out every other week and quickly turned into every week.”