First National Funding Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against First National Funding at


Business Details –

  • Name: First National Funding
  • Address: Chandler Boulevard
  • City: Los Angeles
  • State: CA
  • Phone: (818) 285-5641
  • Website:
  • Reported Loss: 6553 $
  • Severity of Scam: Medium


Original Complaint against First National Funding published at says, verbatim –


I am in Los Angeles looking to lease an apartment. I found one ideally where I’d like to be located in Studio City.There was no advertisement any where on the complex.After having stumbled onto a tenant by chance I asked and was furnished with the number to the leasing agency.I left a message on the voice service and emailed. Despite quick response time, I was stood up for an appointment after I had changed my schedule to fit that of an agent.When I called after being stood up, she remarks she will be there in 10mins.Again I was left waiting. I call again to to inquire as to why the blatant lack of professionalism and customer service and express that I am looking to lease and a property.The agent asks me for proof of employment to view the unit. I own several rental properties in New Orleans Louisiana and find it completely absurd that I would be screened to VIEW a property!After roughly an hour, the agent finally ensures me that no one would be coming to show me the property today.I did not explode in anger despite having been completely thrown off my schedule waiting for an hour or two.The agent also couldn’t give me adequate information about the company. I asked for her superiors name she only gives me only the first name.I am in disbelief at the lack of knowledge an agent of the company has and even more flabbergasted at having to show proof of employment to simply view the unit; Especially after I had given the agent the name and website of my rental company in New Orleans.I am extremely annoyed and would suggest anyone looking to rent in Los Angeles not give their business to this company.If I went through this as a potential leasee (new/more business/money), I’m afraid of what would happen to a tenant with any problem in a unit.I have never witnessed such terrible business acumen. I hope First National Funding can gain a bit of professionalism.


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