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yoander
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Brixdale  Reply with quote  

Hello I wanted to get your opinion on Brixdale.
Has anyone used their services. Their website is kind a vague as far as understanding their system goes. Plus, the person who refered me to the site stop answering my emails. Thanks.
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hmmm...yeah....I've found that the people who rave about it cannot seem to answer basic questions about it. Confused

To those who spam me via PM: DON'T, unless you have something CONCRETE and SUBSTANTIVE to say.

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I think www.scam.com has some retoric about it. Can't acess scam anymore:( guess not all views are welcome over there.

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Thanks for the replies. If scam.com has something to say about them, that is as far as I would go about finding more about them.

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I think www.scam.com has some retoric about it. Can't acess scam anymore:( guess not all views are welcome over there.


What does it do when you browse to it?

haha, that Scambuster guy over there eats'em alive! I suffered through only three pages of the brixdale thread...nothing but people posting their referer links and looking like idiots.

Through their spiel, I can see that it is nothing more than a pyramid scheme...just with "mortgage payments" instead of plain cash...a rose by any other name...

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Brixdale Inverse Mortgage - Information  Reply with quote  

An “inverse mortgage” is a trademarked name for Brixdale’s electronic mortgage payment program. It offers the benefits of applying extra ‘principal only’ payments against the mortgage loan; a combination of a one time member debit and referral rewards. Referral rewards are “commissions” for referring the service to others and are accumulated in a points register then applied to the loan as ‘principal only payments’. Members receive referral rewards with their 3rd referral.

Brixdale is fully licensed and bonded as a mortgage reduction company. Unlike a “reverse mortgage” which is “rising debt/falling equity” driven, an inverse mortgage is a “rising equity/falling debt” program. It utilizes a 2up rewards system with the 3rd referral working the points register and the 4th referral earning monthly cash commissions.

There is NO refinancing done with Brixdale or any other entity. Members sign up to have their mortgage loan electronically paid and the first four debits are done using a 23 day cycle. This puts them one month ahead of their mortgage payment; this extra payment is held for approx. 6 months earning interest at which time it is applied in combination with whatever points are accumulated in the points register; against their mortgage loan. Your points register then continues to be applied against your loan principal every 6-9 months (exception: each time reaches $5000 will be paid immediately - the next 20th of the month).

Brixdale Inverse Mortgage is a mortgage reduction service with a network marketing structure in place: 50% of revenues are paid back for network marketing of the services (up to $775 per referral).

Renter & reseller opportunities available.

There are skeptics to this program as well as many happy participants. There are people receiving commissions although I'm not sure how close they are to having their mortgage paid in full. I am a Brixdale member and have ZERO complaints against the company. They have debited my account and processed my payments EXACTLY as stated. Their customer support has been outstanding. I look forward to having my mortgage paid off and building a new home - you can too.

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More smoke and mirrors.

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I've never used Brixdale before. Are they an investment firm?
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I've never used Brixdale before. Are they an investment firm?


No. It's a pyramid scheme not worth your time.

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Brixdale is a mortgage reduction service that has a very unique business marketing model. Their electronic services, combined with the outstanding network marketing program, will prove to be one of the most successful entities to come.

They are not an investment firm offer investing services for members; they offer electronic bill processing combined with attractive rewards benefits. These include substantial mortgage prepayments as well as unlimited cash income potential.

To answer questions about this program, Brixdale has setup a corporate conference call for April 20th. Email me for information. I would post it here but I'm not sure if that would be allowed.

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Good G-d people, give it up!

It is not unique, Tammy, it is a pyramid.

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quote:
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Good G-d people, give it up!

It is not unique, Tammy, it is a pyramid.


Don't count on her going away, she's like a bulldog with a bone. LOL.


Oh, Brixdale and their first Q & A call tonight and one of the first things they said at the beginning is how "the money coming into pay off a members mortgage was "mainly" from members they recruited." Their words, not mine and I about fell out of my chair as did those from scam who got on the call as well.

Now, I don't know about anyone else, but that pretty plainly says PYRAMID SCHEME in big bold letters doesn't it?

And they are scamming people on disability, two older ladies spoke up who had been prospected and they were on disability and in government housing of some sort. Shame on the marketer who did that.

Oh, forgive me but, I must say this because Tammy is infatuated with my posts for some reason. Bite me, Tammy. That makes 5.

She isn't too bright but I do find her amusing. And she shows up in the darndest of places. Very Happy
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>> It utilizes a 2up rewards system

Well, that says it all right there.

A 2up builds a 2x pyramid, pretty simple to see.
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Brixdale Bailout Help  Reply with quote  

Hi,

I have been tracking - making one comment - the Brixdale thread.
If anyone is trying to LEAVE BRIXDALE and having trouble like:
1) Late Mortgage Payments
2) Won't Stop Debiting Your Account
3) Past Due So MUCH that Need to Refi
...Please feel free to contact me. There are laws, you have options.
I'm not neessarily going to sell you something, but I definitely will analyze your sitations and give you some straight-shooting advice. I've been helping people with the AmeriDebt, Cambridge and New Leaf bailouts for some time with pleasant results. Some of my service is just no-charge advise on how to get your life back. I've been through bad credit, debt settlement, credit repair and a home purchse directly following - so I know the in's and out's.

If you DON'T know if Brixdale as a fudiciary has been making payments, and are concerned, contact me and I can show you how to get your credit report and scores, free. I am a former Credit Repair Analyst, Debt Settlement Professional, and Mortgage Broker. I am NOT trying to funnel people into getting an expensive mortgage; a mortgage is just one option of a few, and not for everyone.

If you have been involved with Brixdale, NLA, AmeriDebt or Cambridge and are concerned about your credit or mortgage payments, feel free to email me.
sfp@co-ren.com
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Re: Brixdale Bailout Help  Reply with quote  

quote:
Originally posted by youareceo
Hi,

I have been tracking - making one comment - the Brixdale thread.
If anyone is trying to LEAVE BRIXDALE and having trouble like:
1) Late Mortgage Payments
2) Won't Stop Debiting Your Account
3) Past Due So MUCH that Need to Refi
...Please feel free to contact me. There are laws, you have options.
I'm not neessarily going to sell you something, but I definitely will analyze your sitations and give you some straight-shooting advice. I've been helping people with the AmeriDebt, Cambridge and New Leaf bailouts for some time with pleasant results. Some of my service is just no-charge advise on how to get your life back. I've been through bad credit, debt settlement, credit repair and a home purchse directly following - so I know the in's and out's.

If you DON'T know if Brixdale as a fudiciary has been making payments, and are concerned, contact me and I can show you how to get your credit report and scores, free. I am a former Credit Repair Analyst, Debt Settlement Professional, and Mortgage Broker. I am NOT trying to funnel people into getting an expensive mortgage; a mortgage is just one option of a few, and not for everyone.

If you have been involved with Brixdale, NLA, AmeriDebt or Cambridge and are concerned about your credit or mortgage payments, feel free to email me.
sfp@co-ren.com


For what it's worth to the people who are hell bent on trying to bring Brixdale down:

There is not ONE verifiable complaint against Brixdale and its operations. I have been actively involved with them since Februrary with two mortgages being processed. They have made 6 payments to my mortgages and each payment was received earlier than the due date; as much as 7 days in advance.

Brixdale has responded promptly and thoroughly to every question or request I have ever made and I couldn't be happier in finally finding a program that works for me. The simplicity of what they have put together combined with the power of the program and its undeniable need and interest in today's mortgage industry has made it easier than ever for members to succeed.

Not one attorney nor the Attorney General's office of NY could say anything negative about the program. FACT: Brixdale does NOT fall into any illegal ponzi / pyramid scheme by providing a mortgage reduction program. They have a very sound financial business service with network marketing rewards. Brixdale does not shuffle people's money around, they provide a valuable service, charge a fee, and pay direct sales commissions. Give me one network marketing company where the success does not take into consideration sharing or selling the product or service to others. Good luck coming up with any.

I know of people who have lawyers, judges, police officers, state officials, government employees, you name it involved with their Brixdale business.

And it is not necessary to contact anybody to find out how to get your credit report for free - just go to https://www.annualcreditreport.com/cra/index.jsp and see if it is available in your state (yet).

In addition to paying your mortgage in record time, getting started with Brixdale can open up many tax savings for running a home based business. And yes, everyone involved in Brixdale will need all the deductions they can get because they WILL make alot of money with this successful program.
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