Vandelier Group LLC Contact Info

This page lists full contact info for Vandelier Group LLC incl. mailing address, phone and fax numbers. There are numerous allegations against this entity.

Vandelier Group AKA CWB Services seems to be the same entity as (or very closely related to) Anasazi Group/Services and Longboat/Cutter Group.

Note: An anti-scam website lists our URL ( as the “website” of Vandelier Group. This is incorrect. Please do NOT confuse us with this entity. Vandelier Group 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!

Business Names:
Vandelier Group, LLC.
CWB Services, LLC.

Additional Business Names / Possibly Related Businesses:
Anasazi Group / Anasazi Services
Clearwater Bay Marketing
CP Investors, LLC.
Cutter Group LLC AKA Longboat/Cutter Group
Greenwood Holding Group, LLC.
Insight Capital
Mass Street Group
Namakan Capital
National Recovery Service
Quick Cash /
Sandpoint Capital, LLC.
Shoreline Online, LLC.
St. Armands Services, LLC.
Triple Services, LLC.
Twin Bluffs
Vandalier Group / Vanderlear Group (common misspellings of Vandelier Group)

Warnings / Disclaimers

1-866-564-6020 (Confirmed Nov. 3, 2013)


Vandelier Group LLC C/O CWB Services LLC
PO BOX 411056
Kansas City, MO 64141

Many readers have confirmed that they were able to contact Vandelier Group at the above address, phone and fax numbers.

Disturbing reports from readers lead us to believe that Vandelier Group and related businesses should be avoided at all costs. Readers allege money being put into / taken out of their bank account without authorization.

On June 28, 2012, another reader alleged: “This group has put money into my account without my permission.” Please see the allegation regarding “automatic funding” scam on the CWB Services LLC Contact Info page.

On September 19, 2012, we received another allegation against this entity: “[Vandelier Group LLC] deposited $300.00 into my account without permission.”

The California Department of Corporations filed a Desist and Refrain Order Against Vandelier Group (PDF).

On October 9, 2012, we received more allegations about this entity: “I received $200 in my bank account today 10/9/12. I never confirmed any payday loan and especially would not have with the things I have been reading about this group. I want this money taken back out of my account being that I never confirmed this transaction. I didn’t receive any email or telephone calls…”

On October 12, 2012, a kind reader sent the following allegation: “This company deposited $300 into my account without my permission. I have no idea how they received my account information!”

On October 24, 2012, we received more allegations: “This company deposited $300.00 into my account without my permission on Oct. 23rd, 2012. I did receive an email but I tried to call and cancel like the email says I can and the phone numbers provided are out of service.” On the same day, another kind reader sent us the following allegations: “This company deposited $300.00 into my account without my permission and I did not give them any information other than my name and birthday. Their phone numbers are now out of service and I have contacted the BBB in Missouri where this company is supposed to be located.”

On October 27, 2012, another kind reader sent us more allegations: “I am confirming that this loan company had put money in my account without informing me about it. I called when I noticed but they are not answering and now they’re charging my account.”

On October 29, 2012, a reader sent us the following allegations: “I received an email about money transfer into my account at midnight for $300 at 3:20 pm my time. When I went to call the number to speak with someone about this there was a recording that they closed at 3:00 and the email attached to the email sent to me comes up as non-existing. I have gone back through all the websites I was on over the weekend and today and not one of those websites even mention the name of this group or if under any affiliations. I now feel as if I am stuck with this loan and no way to stop it. Scam all the way around and now I will have to call my bank and close the account.”

On November 1, 2012, a reader sent us the following allegations about Vandelier Group: “I want to deny the loan they automatically put into my account – I never signed or agreed to a loan. I simply went through a search to see my options. Numbers given on my bank account were: 1-866-564-6020 / 42-15780307. I want to send this money back, I don’t even know who they are or their terms of contract. I did not contact this company directly.”

On November 9, 2012, another reader sent us more allegations about this entity: “I woke up yesterday only to check my account and noticed that $300 was put into my account. I didn’t authorize this transaction. Can someone please tell me what I should do?”

On November 26, 2012, we received the following allegations against Vandalier (sic) Group, which we believe is a misspelling of Vandelier Group: “I spoke with [a] representative of the [Vandelier Group] on the 21st informing her that my bank account number has changed and in turn she said she would send me a new authorization form to fill out so when the time came to deduct from [the] new account they would have it on hand. Well, she never emailed me the form and they took from the old bank account. When I called her today, she says she sent it, I have checked my email high and low for this email and even in my spam box. Now I [have a] $30.00 overdraft fee! I asked the [Vandelier Group] representative if they will charge me also for return item they say yes. I asked to please speak to a supervisor. I’m waiting for supervisor to call me back. I’m so disappointed in all this.”

On November 28, 2012, a kind reader sent us the following allegations about this entity: “I was shocked and amazed to find $200 deposited into my account without my permission. I was on the phone with someone which ignited me to look at my bank account and there it is. I just want to pay the loan off and never use them again. I will attempt to call them, but I am scared this will never end. Good luck to anyone who comes across this company. I hope they are shut down soon. Thank you for everyone’s input.”

On December 12, 2012, a kind reader sent us the following allegations: “On 12/12/12, [Vandelier Group / CWB] deposited $200 into my bank account without any authorization. I will be sending a fax to their company and have been in contact with my bank to resolve this issue. I will also be changing my account number. Hopefully, I can have this taken care of faster than it seems to take everyone else.”

On February 7, 2013, a reader sent us the following allegations: “I have had no clue as to what Vandelier Group was until I checked my bank statement and noticed two hundred dollars had been deposited in my account. I googled it and found out what they were. Now the question is how did they get my account number so I called the number to get some answers but get no answer every time I call now I’m at my bank and going to have my account number changed. It’s a shame for people to have to go through this.” Editor’s Note: It’s not clear how these entities get your account info. Your odds of being victimized increase if you’ve ever dealt with an unlicensed lender or loan matching/referral service but we also receive reports from victims who have never taken out a payday loan.

On February 25, 2013, we received the following allegations about the Vandelier Group: “These people deposited $300.00 into my account and now they keep trying to take money out of my account. I didn’t sign anything and now they’re costing me $29.00 in overdraft fees each time they attempt to take out money. I’m on the phone with them right now and I told them I was going to file a complaint with the BBB and when I asked what state they were located in he said he wouldn’t tell me that because they are in many states. I asked him to list all the states and he refused and said he was putting his supervisor on the phone. I told him no. All I wanted was the names of the states they’re located in.”

Allegations against Vandelier Group received on May 28, 2013: “After filling out a 3rd party loan application (100DayLoans), they matched me with several possible loan companies. The offers of possible loans were presented. I did not accept any but did get barraged with phone calls from various loan companies, all with 300-500% interest. Forget it! Then I got $150 deposited into my account by the Vandelier Group – totally not confirmed. I guess their business model is give people money and 5 out of 10 will take it and use it without complaining. Wow. It is probably true that talk about predatory lenders. Thieves is more like it. [Vandelier Group] is bottom of the barrel!”

On August 5, 2013, we received the following allegations against Vandelier Group: “Money deposit into my account which I didn’t OK. I received a bank statement which said that on 7/26/13 there was $300 deposited into my savings from PPD Vandelier Grp which I have not knowledge of. I talked to no one about this and signed no papers. I would like to know how this happened.”

On Nov. 3, 2013, we received these allegations against Vandelier Group LLC: “Entity Details: 866-564-6020. Complaint: Deposited funds into my account without signed authorization and then proceeds to automatically withdraw excessive fees from my account. Has caused my bank account to overdraft several times in the last 5 months.”

Editor’s Note: Thank you all for your valuable input! Your info helps people.

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