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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves the change the name.
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  • Financial Services
    • A-1 Discount Broker
        • Financial broker in Springfield. "Our commissions offset your losses." (Season 6 episode Homer vs. Patty and Selma)
    • AAABest Bail Bonds
        • Product mentioned in the end credits of The Poke of Zorro, the movie that the Simpsons watch at Springfield Googolplex Theaters. "The producers would like to thank: AAABest Bail Bonds" (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Anderson Private Equity
        • Dolores and Caleb, pretending to be Wealth Manager Michael Tritter from Anderson Private Equity, drain Liam Dempsey's $315 billion accounts at RGGR Centennial. (Season 3 episode The Mother of Exiles)
    • Andy Barker, Certified Public Accountant
        • Andy first opens an accounting office before being pulled into the life of a private investigator.
    • Anthony Rose C.P.A. New record added 6/13/2021
        • Accountant listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Ashby Brokerage
        • Beck's ex-boyfriend Benji's father Ben Ashby's brokerage firm. (Pilot episode)
    • Atlas Investment Co.
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Bail
        • Generic bail bond service near Dexter Colt's office, the private investigator that Moe recommends to Homer to find out more about Lisa, the guy that Moe uses whenever he's gotta know something about a broad. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Bail Bonds
        • Generic bail bond service on the wrong side of the tracks where Bart ends up after running away from Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving)
    • Bailey's Auction House
        • Auction house where Ward goes looking for Joy when she bids on the Tibetan singing bowl for Davos. (Season 2 episode The City's Not for Burning)
    • Bankers Mortgage Insurance Co.
        • Financial service, one of the Rushman Foundation investments.
    • Benton Investments
        • Financial service in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
    • Blackwood's
        • Auction house in Manhattan where Prince Nuada steals a piece of the Royal Crown of Bethmoora, needed to control the Golden Army.
    • Brandt-Leland Investments
        • Financial firm where Kramer starts working accidentally after using the bathroom in the building. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • Bridgeport Capital
        • Important client for Jim's new Athlead company in Philadelphia. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
    • Bryson & White
        • Accounting firm where Andy and his wife used to work together before Andy went out on his own. (Episode Fairway, My Lovely)
    • Burns Receivers
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Calderwood Auction House
        • Auction house where Mariah calls a meeting with her criminal associates. (Season 2 episode Can't Front on Me)
    • California Financial New record added 6/13/2021
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located. Listed as "California Finacial".
    • Cayman Islands Offshore Holding Corporation
        • Company Krusty stamps on the back of the check Bart wrote him, which Bart complains to the bank about, getting Krusty in trouble with the IRS. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • Civic Mutual New record added 6/5/2021
        • Financial services company in North Carthage - file in Amy's home office.
    • Cleveland Capital Partners
        • Karen signs the paperwork to sell the Outpost to Sam in his office. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
    • Confederated Slaveholdings
        • Company in Mr. Burns' stock portfolio, which hasn't been updated since 1929. (Season 8 episode The Old Man and the Lisa)
    • Consumers Trust Co.
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Crazy Cash
        • Financial service, dubbed an "Investment opportunity of a lifetime" on cable television, one of the dicey money choices Peter B. Parker mentions during his One last time alternate dimension story. Alternate version of Mad Money.
    • DHD Financial
        • The name of the company that sends the collector to Jack's office over this (false) gambling debts.
    • Ferengi Futures Exchange
        • DaiMon Igel petitions Grand Nagus Zek to sell his Uranium interests on the Ferengi Futures Exchange. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Ferris & Brockman Retail Credit Auditing And Analysis Agency
        • The maintenance circuit of his building advises Joe Chip that the Ferris & Brockman Retail Credit Auditing and Analysis Agency has published a special flier on him, since his credit dropped from triple G status to quadruple G.
    • Fishladder & Sons Accounting Firm
        • Accounting firm where Arthur works (Season 1 episode Secret/Identity, Season 2 episode Lesson One: Think Quick!)
    • Flaxton Hill Holdings
        • Shell corporation used to transfer money into the fake bank accounts that Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins used to frame Jake and Diaz. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Franklin, Sussman And Goorwitz
        • According to Rebecca, the name of the accounting firm that handles the bar's books (Season 6 episode 6 Paint Your Office)
    • GambleNetUSA
        • Website Jack supposedly used to rack up $95k in gambling debt.
    • Genraman & Driscoll
        • Financial firm where Phoebe works - and gets fired from. (Season 6 episode The One that Could Have Been)
    • Gotham City Mint
        • Episode Scat! Darn Catwoman!. Catwoman's aide, Pussycat, attacks Robin with cataphrenic, turning him to the Feline Fury's side of the law in a plot to buy plans for the Gotham City Mint.
    • Gotham City Stock Exchange
        • Episode Barbecued Batman. The Minstrel, a lute-playing electronics genius, threatens to sabotage the computerized Gotham City Stock Exchange. The Dynamic Duo is captured and hoisted onto a rotating spit over an electronic radar grill.
    • Grayson Moorhead Securities
        • Episode Grayson Moorehead. Narrator: "On Wall Street, Trendy investment fads have come and gone over the years, but not at Grayson Moorhead, where we've always stuck to the basic principles set forth by Arthur Grayson nearly 80 years ago." A member of the Adams Investment Group.
    • H&R Block
        • It may have the same name as the current company, but this isn't the same place. This one offers the "Adult" Tax Return, and their slogan is: "Home of the Gentleman's Rebate"
    • Harvey Norgenbloom CPA
        • Jake's undercover identity when he and the captain stakeout the tagged in Terry's mini-van (Season 1 episode The Tagger)
    • Heinz, Fines And My Dad
        • Brokerage house where ALF's character in Willie's 60s dream gets a job when he sells out (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Hicks Street Capital
        • Jake's new case - 38 year old investment banker was admitted with a broken penis. (Season 6 episode He Said, She Said)
    • High Country Investments
        • One of the companies that used to own the Overlook Hotel that Jack reads about while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • Holly And Dixon
        • One of the top CPA firms in Boston where Norm gets a job (Season 5 episode 23 Norm's First Hurrah)
    • The Home Investor's Network
        • Online stock market service that ALF accesses on Willie's computer (Season 4 episode We're in the Money)
    • Hopping Mad Collection Agency
        • Letter sent to Bart after he makes several long distance calls to Australia. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • Horsetrack Betting
        • Business whose number Elaine has been giving out as her fake number for years. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • HSM Financial Investment Services
        • Financial service, one of the Rushman Foundation investments.
    • I.P.O. Friday's
        • Homer goes to I.P.O. Friday's at Springfield Mall to invest his life savings in 500 shares of Animotion Incorporated, which promptly declares "super duper bankruptcy". (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Insta-Threat
        • When Dr. Hibbert tells Homer he'll hire a collection agency to collect the money he owes him, Homer asks, "Which one - Tri-City, Omni-Pay, Insta-Threat? I've beaten them all!" (Season 15 episode Smart.
    • Kane Asset Management
        • Company listed in the Albuquerque yellow pages when Jesse is looking up Kandy Welding Co., the company owned by Todd's associate that killed Jesse's girlfriend in Breaking Bad.
    • The Kearny Group
        • Las Vegas-based private equity group that brings well-known restaurants to Vegas. They did Rao's, II Mulino, and Le Cirque.
    • Let's get fiscal Financial planning
        • The Simpsons visit a financial planner. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • McBradden Financial
        • According to Cal, one of several companies involved in a plot to change biogenetic patent law. Cal: "The DYAD group has these key people on dozens of corporate boards, you know. I'm talking super PACs and research groups and lobbyists. All a concerted effort to try and effect biogenetic patent law." (Season 2 episode By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried)
    • McCann & Williams
        • Fitz's accounting firm (the old rich guy that Cliff sets up with his mother)
    • Nick Mintz A.k.a. Nick The Fish
        • Grandma's bookie (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Norm Peterson Inc. Accounting Firm
        • The name of the firm Norm creates (Season 2 episode 14 No Help Wanted)
    • Off-Track Betting
        • Kramer gambles on a horse, a sure thing he overheard on the subway. (Season 3 episode The Subway)
    • OFID Financial
        • One of the companies listed/circled on Cal's conspiracy map in Season 2 episode 10 By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried.
    • Omni-Pay
        • When Dr. Hibbert tells Homer he'll hire a collection agency to collect the money he owes him, Homer asks, "Which one - Tri-City, Omni-Pay, Insta-Threat? I've beaten them all!" (Season 15 episode Smart.
    • OTB
        • Off Track Betting service that Homer, Bart and Lisa pass while Mother's Day shopping. "Twenty on the trifecta?" (Season 15 The Fat and the Furriest)
    • P.K. Lassiter Investment House
        • The company Jack works for before he is shown a glimpse of the life he could have had if he had stayed with Kate; then the company Jack is trying to get a job working for during the glimpse.
    • Patriot Credit Consolidators
        • Sponsor of Julia's financial segment during Frasier's show. Julia: "Thank you, Frasier. Another up day for the markets, but first these words from Patriot Credit Consolidators." (Season 10 episode The Harassed)
    • Pema Auctioneers & Associates
        • Auction house sign in front yard of a house in Harding, Arizona during the houses for sale montage.
    • Peterson, Clavin And Boyd
        • The name of the fake firm that Norm, Cliff and Woody give to Sam's secretary when they visit him at his new corporate job (Season 6 episode 20 The Sam in the Gray Flannel Suit)
    • Picante Jenkins, CPA
        • Illegal firearms dealer Booker Grassie, the guy that sold the bullets that were used to shoot Mike, operates behind various LLCs and fronts in a partnership with Picante Jenkins, CPA.
    • Pinky's Sportsbook
        • Gambling service Ricky and his gang try to steal an armored car shipment of cash from.
    • Prophet And Goldstein
        • Jerry's accountant's firm. (Season 5 episode The Sniffing Accountant)
    • R.J. Holstein & Sons
        • Auctioneers handling the Kent Farm foreclosure auction, before Lex saves the day and buys the farm. (Season 3 episode Phoenix)
    • ReadyQuick Check Cashing
        • The company that Billy and his new ex-military friends rob. (Season 2 episode One Bad Day)
    • Rudy's Bail Bonds
        • Bail bond service in the background when Marge suggests the town spend Mr. Burns' money on fixing up Main Street. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Schecter, Cosay & Klein, Investment Brokers
        • ALF sells the gold plumbing from his spaceship to buy Lynn a $90,000 Ferrari, then proceeds to take it for a spin and wreck it by crashing into the Tanners' garage (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Shearson Bears
        • The New York Hedge Fund, Albert Murano is the Executive Vice President.
    • Shipley's
        • Auction house where Andrei Sator's wife Katherine Barton, oldest of Sir Frederick Barton, works and met Sator.
    • Southfield's
        • Auction house where Charles Widmore purchases the journal of the Black Rock's first mate, which was discovered among the artifacts of pirates on L'Ôle Sainte Marie seven years after she was lost at sea. (Season 4 episode The Constant)
    • Springfield Auction House
        • Auction house Bart visits when he skips school - he buys a painting for $2.3 million. "Formerly Vacant Lot" (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
    • Springfield Collection Agency
        • Company that comes knocking on The Simpsons' door looking for Ned Flanders. (Season 3 episode When Flanders Failed)
    • Springfield Title, Co-op
        • Store near the mailbox where Bart mails Homer's letter to Mr. Burns. (Season 2 episode Blood Feud)
    • Summerville Holdings
        • Subsidiary of Piron. Carlos and Kiera raided a storage locker that was rented by this company in Season 4 Episode 4.
    • Tam O'Shanter Tax Preparation
        • Financial service on the Miracle Mile in Springfield. The oversized advertising mascot comes to life and attacks the town. (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores)
    • Tilton And Radomski
        • Accounting firm where Ben applies for a job, but then quits. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope) Ben applies again, quits again. (Season 5 episode Leslie vs April)
    • Trans-Mississippi Debentures
        • The company that Mr. Featherstone bought and then manipulated, resulting in ruined lives and four suicides. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • TravelWire Money Transfer
        • Money transfer office in Albuquerque where Mike goes looking for Werner Ziegler. (Season 4 episode Winner)
    • Tri-City
        • When Dr. Hibbert tells Homer he'll hire a collection agency to collect the money he owes him, Homer asks, "Which one - Tri-City, Omni-Pay, Insta-Threat? I've beaten them all!" (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
    • Uptown Investments
        • Raymond Piranha Jones' financial services company. He does more than just manage money, he offers a whole suite of high-end services - everything from bespoke analytics and business intelligence, to temporary power of attorney over assets to prevent asset seizure. (Season 2 episodes All Souled Out, The Basement)
    • Winer Capital Management Group
        • Financial service, one of the Rushman Foundation investments.
    • Worldwide Fishladder & Sons
        • The Accounting firm Arthur quits to go be a superhero. (Pilot episode)

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