BBB: Rating Leasing Companies
In the last three months, these are the changes to the list
iFinancial, San Clemente, California now a B (formerly an A)
Balboa Capital, Irvine, California now a C+ (formerly at B)
Southern California Leasing, Tustin, California---not rated (formerly was an A+--also no complaints, no reason for change)
Definition of “Accredited,” according to Better Business Bureau.
“Businesses are under no obligation to seek BBB accreditation, and some businesses are not accredited because they have not sought BBB accreditation.
“To be accredited by BBB, a business must apply for accreditation and BBB must determine that the business meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses must pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.”
If you would like your company on the next list, up-dated every third month, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This list will note a BBB “Accredited Business”
21st Century Leasing, San Diego, California
Advantage Leasing Corporation
Allegiant Partners, San Rafael, California
Arvest Bank Leasing, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Axis Capital, Grand Island, Nebraska
Bankers Capital, Northborough, Massachusetts
BSB Leasing, Englewood, Colorado
Charter Capital, Scottsdale, Arizona
CSI Leasing, St. Louis, Missouri
De Lage Landen Financial Services, Incorporated, Wayne, Pennsylvania
Direct Capital, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Financial Pacific, Federal Way, Washington
Five Point Capital, San Diego, California
Great America Leasing, Cedar Rapid, Iowa
Innovative Leasing Services, Inc
Key Equipment Finance aka KeyBank
Jules & Associates, Los Angeles, California
Mar Vista, Villa Park, California
Orion First Financial, Gig Harbor, Washington
Providence Capital Funding, Brea, California
Steelcase Financial Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Strada Capital Corporation, Laguna Hills, California
Studebaker-Worthington Leasing Corp., Jericho, New York
Summit Funding Group, Cincinnati, Ohio
TCF Equipment Finance, Minnetonka, Minnesota
United Leasing, Evansville, Indiana
US Bancorp Manifest Funding Services aka Lyon Financial Services, Inc.
Ability Capital Solutions, Long Beach, California
Alliance Funding Group, Orange, California
American Capital Group, Inc., Irvine, California
Cornerstone Medical & Technology Finance, Lees Summit, Missouri
Lease Corporation of America, Troy, Michigan
Mazuma Capital Corp., Salt Lake City, Utah
Celtic Leasing, Irvine, California
Enterprise Capital Partners dba Enterprise Leasing, Spokane, Washington
Marlin Leasing, Mount Laurel, New Jersey
Navitas Lease Finance Corp., Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
Pawnee Leasing, Fort Collins, Colorado
Tristar Capital, Santa Ana, California
iFinancial Group, San Clemente, California
LEAF Financial Corporation, Philadelphia, PA
Main Street Bank, Kingwood, Texas
Varilease Finance, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah
Balboa Capital, Irvine, California
Barklay Capital, Inc., Costa Mesa, CA
Benchmark Financial Group, Aliso Viejo, California
Business Leasing NorthWest, Seattle, California
Equilease Financial Service, Norwalk, Connecticut
Susquehanna Commercial Finance, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
NOT Rated Any More:
ACC Capital, Midvale, Utah
Closed, lenders running off portfolio residuals, according to Loni Lowder, president.
CIT Group Financial
Icon Capital Group, Harrison, New York
Somerset Capital Group, Milford, Connecticut
http://www.bbb.org/connecticut/business-reviews/leasing-service/somerset-capital-group-in-bridgeport-ct-1001573 (This company was an A- in 2010. The site lists no complaints in the last 12 months or last three years. No explanation is given as to why it is “not rated.”)
Southern California Leasing Inc., Tustin, California
Find your company's BBB listing by going to www.bbb.org and using your zip code first for the right division.
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Career Crossroad---“Need Tips for Telephone Interview”
I have a phone interview scheduled---Can you give me any tips?
Phone interviews, in reality, are sometimes more difficult than face-to-face interviews as it is difficult to “read” the interviewer’s reactions to your questions and answers.
The best way to prepare for the phone interview is to do your homework:
(1) Research the company
(2) Find out who will be in on the call and research, if you can, the background of the interviewer (s) to see if you have any commonalities e.g. previous employers
(3) make sure you understand the qualifications required for the role and be able to relate your background to each requirement
(4) Develop some questions regarding the company as whole and other job-specific questions – NEVER discuss salary unless the interviewer brings up the topic
(5) make sure you have your resume and job description in front of you during the interview
(6) After completion of the interview, ask about next steps (e.g. a face-to-face interview).
Most importantly, relax and make the phone interview a two-way conversation so your personality can shine through.
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The object is to insert the numbers in the boxes to satisfy only one condition: each row, column and 3x3 box must contain the digits 1 through 9 exactly once. What could be simpler?