I signed up for Lenmo with one email address. Their app wasn’t working properly, so I could not enter my home address without being kicked out of the app. Once they fixed that, I couldn’t sign back into the app. So, I signed up with a different email address. I was able to enter my regular address in this time, but now it said my SSN was already being used. So, I opened up a support ticket. It took a week for them to reply and when they did, it wasn’t helpful. So I’d ask another question and another week goes by and another unhelpful answer. This went on and on for WEEKS. They say for the security of MY account, I cannot sign up for a new account because my SSN is linked to the other account. But I can’t access that account because it tells me that first account DOESN’T EXIST. On top of all that, the last time they answered me, they attached another user’s NAME, ADDRESS, and PAY STUB to MY answer which I could easily access and read. After about two months of going back and forth, it was decided that I could never use the app. So I never got to and I never will. I just hope they don’t attach my private information to someone else’s question.Pros:
There are none that I’ve found so far.Cons:
Customer service stinks. You have to HUNT for a phone number and the number doesn’t work.
It is the simply the uber for lending, a solution like this has been needed for a long time and it is so simple to get setup, to interact. Even from a lender perspective, it is great as it is secure, borrowers are vetted and they can start small to test it out as the team give you credit to play with so gain even more trust!Pros:
I love Lenmo as it is an easy simple way to get quick access to cash, there's no middle man and the UX is simply awesome.Cons:
I don't see any for now.
Companies are asking you to invest thousands of dollars should have excellent customer service and support. They also should have excellent tools to determine and understand where your lending is. They fail in all of that.Pros:
Not many unfortunatelyCons:
Horrible customer service, poor communication tools, super-high risk.