• Report:  #1509985

Complaint Review: loanviser.com - Manchester, New Hampshire, United States

Reported By:
Ray - New Hampshire, United States

Manchester, New Hampshire, United States, 03894 United States
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DONT WAST YOUR TIME WITH loanviser.com THIS a*s H@le I need a back account Ok I need a real MMJ account got my account processed 30.000 my first day next day got email my account was close and put on a TMF mach list WTF how is this company still up and running I WHAT MY MONEY BACK !

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New Hampshire,
United States
Office Complaint Reply from Loanviser

#2REBUTTAL Owner of company

Thu, August 12, 2021

Received an email from some Forensics Breach company about this complaint today offering their services to have it deleted. Not sure if they have anything to do with it but we wanted to address it anyway.

We haven't received any official complaints at Loanviser. But here is what you need to know in regards to our business if you come across this complaint.

  • We aren't a bank nor do we provide direct banking services. As such, we don't receive any funds to hold.
  • We aren't a credit card processor nor an acquiring bank. 
  • We don't charge anything for our service of referring a credit card processor or banking institutions. Clients never pay us any fee as we simply don't charge one for this service.
  • We don't have the ability to put anyone on the MATCH list. Processors and acquiring banks that process funds from credit card transactions are the entities that can do this. 
  • If you wind up on a MATCH list, it is usually due to misprepresentation of your business or what you are processing. This commonly occurs when a cannabis business tries to skirt the regulations of credit card processors and their acquiring banks. 

Per TFM Law, here are some of the reasons a business might end up on the MATCH list. 

  • Suffered a data breach
  • Failed to comply with PCI DSS
  • Engaged in credit card laundering, fraudulent activity, or other illegal transactions
  • Violated MasterCard standards or engaged in conduct that threatens the MasterCard brand and reputation
  • Exceeded monthly chargeback thresholds
  • Reporting is mandatory if the merchant is terminated for: credit or debit card fraud; depositing excessive counterfeit or unauthorized transactions; laundering transactions; or generating excessive chargebacks.

Other than that, with no official complaint submitted to us, yet so much information on our company in their post, we suspect this is either not a client or someone who is confusing us as one of their actual service providers.

That being said, if you were processing credit cards and a violation resulted in a processor or acquiring bank putting you on the MATCH list, below are some resources that might help you to get removed from it.


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