Fake "Check" Junk Mails

Unison is sending me those fake “check” junk mails all the time.You know, the horrid things where you have to rip off the ends and stuff to open it.

It looks like a check or a tax document, but even though you don’t know who is sending it to you or why you would be getting one right now, you kinda have to look.

What if the IRS changed their look a little or something.

Which of course Unison is banking on. Literally.

Well, that is a sign of a garbage moral core underpinning the business model.

Note to Unison marketing department: if you have trick people into opening your marketing to learn about your company, you show the world how you do business.

With tricks. Just saying.

Is Unison legit?
Unison is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 6 consumer(s) was/were given a Unison as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Unison located?
Unison is headquarted at 650 California St Ste 1800 San Francisco, CA 94108. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Unison by dialing (415) 992-4200 or visit their website unison.com.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Unison’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Unison’s customers, US $2422 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is medium.

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6 Reviews on Unison

  1. Scam

    They take 75% of value to your home. They do not loose any money you do. They are big time sharks. Be aware this is not a real company, you submit your papers they finance you via bank loan and set them selfs as primarily lenders. Is 100% safer and better to use a refi company or bank. Unison is a scam. If you loose your home you are The only person the lender goes after. If your home gains value you loose 75%.

  2. Fake checks ya right don't go there.

    Junk mail company go to your local company you can sit across a desk and talk to some one that cares about helping. Stay away and I really don’t like them sending me junk. I have to pay to get rid of it. Fake checks ya right don’t go there.

  3. uncompassionate individuals whose only service is unto themselves.

    Thinking of using your property as an investment? Need extra cash?
    Unison may be the answer but only if you can cope with greedy, uncompassionate individuals whose only service is unto themselves.
    I got suckered into their web, and find myself with no way out. I received a five figure initial payout, in return for sharing any increase or decrease in my property value over time., I spoke with a “program specialist” in Michigan who convinced me this was the way to go.

  4. It isn't a scam, but sure comes pretty darn close.

    Biggest waste of time. We acted in good faith, they did not. They use their “special appraisers” to keep the current value low. They can drag this out week after week, changing the offer.

    They only want desperate idiots willing to jump through hoops to ensure their best interest, we just walked away and so should you. Heloc’s aren’t so bad. At least they don’t want 70 percent of your future equity. It isn’t a scam, but sure comes pretty darn close.

  5. Scammer

    Cheesy come ons rarely bode well.

  6. Don't waste your time.

    Don’t waste your time. The process is so slow and they get your home appraised but for a lower value than what it should, so they get a bigger profit when the deal concludes. This is a scam.

Reported Loss :2422 $
Severity of Scam :Medium
Reported by : Anonymous
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