New Britain Financial

Timothy –

Victim Location 38343

Total money lost $400

Type of a scam Debt Collections

New Britain Financial contacted me about Emergency Medical Services. I made arrangements to pay a monthly amount. I have since found out after a year of paying that this is a fraudulent company. Now they have my money and I still owe the medical debt

Pedro –

Victim Location 34275

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Attempting to collect a debt I do not have and falsely stating “this is final attempt before further action is needed”

Francisco –

Victim Location 38016

Type of a scam Debt Collections

I received a letter from New Britain Financial saying:


Because you have refused to address this debt despite being given every opportunity to do so, be advised that as of April 15, 2016 if you have not accepted our terms and conditions, we will have exhausted all voluntary methods of resolution.

You have been repeatedly advised of your long overdue balance in the amount of $1,055.27. However there is still time to avoid additional interest and/or penalties if you resolve this matter by April 15. Be advised that after April 15, 2016 this offer will be considered null and void and the current balance will be due in full. This will be your final opportunity to resolve this matter without the expense of additional interest and/or penalties.

New Britain Financial has agreed to accept $422.11 to settle the above-referenced account. In order to take advantage of this opportunity, you must have a payment in the amour of $422.11 in our office by April 15, 2016. Upon clearance of your final payment, we will provide you with a release letter showing a zero balance on the above referenced account within 30 days thereafter. We are not obligated to renew this offer.

Payment plans are available for those who qualify.


Senior Client Specialist"

– This was the FIRST letter I had received from this company. There have not been multiple attempts to contact me and I have refused "despite being given every opportunity"

– When I called the number, the person who answered the phone said, "Hello?" They did not answer with the name of the company, tell me their name, let me know that the call would be monitored or exhibit any other level of professionalism I have encountered with other financial institutions.

– The person who answered the phone asked me to verify my social security number and address, but when I asked about the debt amount, she told me that I had bounced a check for $355.29 in November of 2008. I asked who the check was written to and what bank it was from, but she was unable to provide me with any other information.

– Their website ( is full of stock photography photos (easily bought online) and links that go nowhere.

– If you click on the "Make A Payment" link, you are taken to a unsecure website that asks for personal information, including your Bank Account Number and Routing Number.

– The email address listed on their website under contact information is a gmail account. ([email protected])

Stephen –

Victim Location 66701

Type of a scam Debt Collections

I received a debt collection notice from New Britain Financial for a debt I do not owe. Letter said they had made repeated attempts to contact me, but this is the first letter I have received. When I called them they first asked me if the last 4 numbers of my social security was such and such, which it isn’t. Then they changed and said it was a different last four numbers. It is the same type of letter as a previous complaint on your site. I do not owe these people any money and believe this is not a mistake but a scam. I did not attach copy of the letter because I cannot copy to the computer. It was a hard copy letter.

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