I came across a critical review of Princeton Capital on a Scam Reporting website – DirtyScam.com, titled ‘Customer Service’.
DirtyScam allows anonymous submission of complaints from angry consumers and victims of scams. Since the website is hosted offshore (probably in Russia or India), we take this (negative) review against Princeton Capital with a pinch of salt.
Here is what the review says –
Never again. We used Princeton Capital because our agent at Coldwell Banker shared the same office space and said that using Princeton would allow us to present an aggressive 21-day close (since its all in-house). Wrong.While all of the people are nice, the quality of work was WAY below average.Emails were incoherent and required phone calls to clarify.We would receive urgent requests for documents that we had already supplied multiple times.Yes, we were asked to provide the same documents multiple times so frustrating.The paperwork we received to sign was full of typos my name was spelled wrong, my marital status was wrong, my employers name/address were wrong when I raised the issue with Princeton I was told to sign it that it could be corrected later.When I raised the quality/issues with my agent, she became defensive (lost all respect for her at this point, I thought she was on my side — nope).She said that they had an hourly employee type it up (“and you know how hourly employees are).Well, our main contact at Princeton sent us emails that looked like they were written by a third grader . so, I dont think it was the hourly employees fault, but thanks for trying to throw an imaginary person under the bus.We had to change our close date a few times because Princeton wasnt able to get the job done with their lender (we were told the lender stopped responding to them).What? When our 21-day close came and went without closing (and we were becoming irate), we were told that it was our fault.Because we chose a 7/1 ARM we could not expect a 21-day close.WTF? No one ever mentioned this and everyone knew we were working toward a 21-day close.I lost it at this point, and we threatened to walk away from the deal.The manager of the Princeton office had to intervene. He then called me with daily updates.We ended up closing 30+ days, had to use a last-minute local credit union at a higher rate that we had been promised originally. Never again.In the end, they credited us some money because of all of the issues we experienced.I was told they would provide me a letter explaining the situation (for my records), both my agent and Princeton promised this and after asking for it several times, it never showed up.
In case you don’t already know (assuming you came to this page by Googling ‘Princeton Capital scam‘, or ‘Princeton Capital review‘, Princeton Capital is listed under the category Business on DirtyScam.com.
Here is the rest of the contact information for the sole purpose of identification –
- Address: Lark Avenue Los Gatos CA 95032
- Phone: (408) 355-2000
- Website: http://princetoncap.com
- Severity of Scam: High [not sure what it means]
- Reported Loss: 4366 $ [unsubstantiated]
- Reported by: Anonymous [obviously]
The entity Princeton Capital was awarded 1 / 5 Stars based on 1 Reviews.
It is difficult to ascertain whether Princeton Capital is a Scam, or Legit, based on this single review. In the coming weeks/days, I will try to research deeper into Princeton Capital, analyze and list more critical reviews and identify a pattern (or lack of) to substantiate the claim mentioned above.
Regardless, until then, we give the benefit of doubt to the reviewer and list Princeton Capital as someone you need to avoid (for now).
If you have any grievances, complaints, or anonymous tips against Princeton Capital, please contact us immediately. If you have lost money to Princeton Capital, together we can work to recover your loss.