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  • 1.Tedco Electronics

    437 S Babcock St

    Melbourne,FL

    5.58 mi

    (1)

    I love how they do their service. Top quality at a very affordable price. I would definitely recommend this shop to anyone.

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09/26/2017
By: Jennifer S.
On Time Funds, LLC
This company is a joke. Found them online, dealt with Glen Werneth and Chris Walker. They sent me an approval letter but then months went by with no response or they would tell me they are working on it. Told me I didnt need a Contract, then all of a sudden they do. Finally, 4 months later, set closing date, just for nothing to happen and no return calls or texts to follow up. Their lack of communication and follow through caused my Landlord to demand rent, which he was prorated due to the closing, in full for the month as well as the next month. Dont waste your time with this place. Nothing buy lies and deceit here.
03/20/2017
By: N M.
On Time Funds, LLC
My and my husband were looking to move our large family out of our tiny 1,300 sq ft. home into a more comfortable home. I had my heart set on the same house for the past year. After calling several mortgage companies, I called Jeff Halverson with On Time Funds and he was able to get me the approval I needed to purchase my dream home, when other companies said "No." Jeff was attentive, took my calls, answered my questions and helped us through the anxieties of home buying. I highly recommend Jeff Halverson and Chris Walkerson with On Time Funds for your home financing needs!
12/19/2016
By: Bob R.
On Time Funds, LLC
While they were very knowledgeable in the process and actually got us approved to buy our first home the customer service was less than wanted. It was very hard to get a response or a call back. Anyone looking to get a loan should use them just be prepared for a longer than expected approval time. Overall a good experience.
12/19/2016
By: K C.
On Time Funds, LLC
Horrible, lie constantly. Would recommend you run if you hear their names! I don't know how the state allows them to keep a license.
12/14/2016
By: Dan S.
On Time Funds, LLC
Just got approved for my first home thanks to the team at On Time Funds! If you want a home loan and the banks turn you down go see Joe and Cris to get the home of your dreams.
12/13/2016
By: Jorge O.
On Time Funds, LLC
I worked with Mr. Walker on my condo refi and it went splendid! I would refer anyone wanting to re-fianace or purchase a home.
12/13/2016
By: J G.
On Time Funds, LLC
Solid company, loan process took longer than expected but we closed! Anyone with credit issues or just wanting solid people to work with please think about On Time Funds LLC.
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12/13/2016
By: Briana O.
On Time Funds, LLC
We were selling our prior home and looking into a new home. As with many we experienced a bump in the road and our credit wasn't the best. With help from the people at On Time Funds did we not only improve our credit rating we got a house we love.
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11/11/2016
By: Jamie D.
On Time Funds, LLC
Horrible experience with this company! Chris and Joe do nothing but lie to your face and never call you to update you on anything. For months now they led my family to believe we would be moving into our first home and it never happend. They bs us on everything. They are the worse brokers to work with. Please save your time and find someone else.
09/29/2016
By: Kathy S.
On Time Funds, LLC
My experience has been worse than terrible. Don't ever do business with them. Chris lies, never returns phone calls. Stringsyou along telling you that you are approved and you will be closingshortly and it never happens. Worked with a builder and had a new home built and it was completed in mid January, and still no closing and here it is July. I will never recommend this business to anyone.
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