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Finance - San Francisco, CA

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Maxferd Jewelry and Loan San Francisco

201 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA

"Great place"

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493 Sanchez St, San Francisco, CA

"A stylish men's shop that sells upscale and unique brands. Love their variety of grooming products, knick-knacks and books as well."

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First Republic Bank

101 Pine St, San Francisco, CA

"BE AWARE!! I have lost a lot of money with them!!! I used to like this bank, until I actually realize they had made a mistake and sent ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

John W. Yee

20 Madrone Avenue, San Francisco, CA

"John is a very busy man. I've used his services for many years. One thing I like about him is that he does a thorough job and is ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

Currency Exchange International

343 Sansome Street, Suite 100, San Francisco, CA

"I saw this company is related to the one in Florida. I travel all over and now frequent this company nationwide. They have great rates, currency in stock ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

Chase Bank

2166 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA

"Here at Washington Mutual Bank (Marina District at Chestnut) the moment you come to the teller, they will know you automatically. I was surprised when I went with ..."

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gadi meir

San Francisco, CA

"this is a really smart banker. if you need a loan for your business, this is the guy to talk to because he can get you a loan ..."

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Cambridge Investment Research

155 Montgomery St Ste 309, San Francisco, CA

"Peter Philipp combines great knowledge with friendly customer service. Professional investment advice for people who don't have the time to manage their money."

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Steelhead Capital

456 Montgomery St Ste 200, San Francisco, CA

"Unlike many of the automated commercial real estate sites out there, Steelhead actually had real people who answered my questions about commercial real estate investing. I've been studying ..."

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Ammiro Mortgage

332 Pine St # 307, San Francisco, CA

"Ted arranged financing for me during a tricky purchase in San Francisco in 2005. The lender usually required a 3-year prepay penalty, he was able to get it ..."