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I received a call from this company's debt collector stating I had an account. I asked for more information and was not given this information. I googled the name of this company in my area and there is not one. I have no idea what is going on but after reading these reviews on the same company, I am very worried my identity has been stolen once again.
Payment due and asked for extension. Payment was sent through my bank unbeknownst to me. Filed complaint, talked to local office and also called manager. Very rude. No help at all. My bad for dealing with them no matter how desperate.
By far the rudest, most racist company I have ever dealt with. I will be in contact with the BBB asap. This company is a con artist stealing information and using it for marketing!!!
I have a loan with Allied. I made a double payment intentionally so that I could skip the next payment. On date next payment would have been due they took the payment out of my bank and didn't call me to let me know. My bank now overdrawn. I spoke with them on a Saturday and was told would be fixed on Monday...didn't happen. Spoke with them on Monday...said would be Tuesday...didn't happen. Wednesday in office with district manager, said would need to go through corporate office. Not sure how long will take. I was lied to 5 times, saying would be taken care of. Is now Thursday...still waiting. Very bad customer service. Getting loan different company to pay off Allied. Do not do business with them is my advice.
I took out a title loan in 2009. I fell on bad times so I couldn't pay it back on time. The car is gone now. Years later some lady is calling me saying I'm going to jail for fraud and other serious charges. I got 500 dollars and now they are trying to get money from me through a Green Dot card or they said I was going to jail. I'm really pissed. Don't know what to do. Help please.
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I had taken out a payday loan over 10 years ago and after I had to close my checking account (due to fraud) I went to my local office to try to set up payment arrangements for the money owed. They refused to work with me and wanted payment in full including additional fees. I was unable to come up with the full amount due to health hardship. I attempted to make arrangements with their main office as well. No luck. Now today 10 years later, my father, mother, brother and daughter received phone calls of a very threatening nature; all had the impression that they were speaking with a law enforcement agent who claimed to be looking for me regarding "multiple fraud charges" filed against me.
My mother was told that I have a "long rap sheet" (I have NEVER been convicted of any crime) and that this investigator was "coming to pick me up". My mother was in a panic and her blood pressure went sky-high. She truly believed I was going to be arrested for something and that I had been leading some criminal life that she didn't know about! (I was a supervisor at a bank for 8 years before becoming disabled!)
When I called and spoke to Jennifer at the number provided she claimed that fraud charges were being filed and all the other bad check charges would be filed concurrently. I explained I wanted to clear the matter up. When I asked what other check charges she was referring to she gave a spiteful laugh and said I knew exactly what she meant. Well since I had never written any bad checks I told her no I didn't know what she was referring to and asked her to tell me. She got very defensive and said she wasn't going to play this game with me. I explained I wasn't playing any game only asking her to clarify the statement that SHE made. (I was getting irritated by this time but still maintaining professionalism.) At this point she started yelling at me that she was sending the investigator to my mother's home and ending the call. She then hung up on me.
She then sent an email to the investigator that said I refused to cooperate! I finally spoke to the investigator who gave me the info on my "rap sheet". He claimed I had bad check charges in Texas in the year 2000. I guess these are the charges that would be run concurrently.... I called and found out that there had been a traffic ticket from Texas that had not been paid. Really? This company is committing fraud! I don't think they can legally disclose my REAL business to a third party let alone the blatant lies they were telling about me. I paid them their money but they haven't heard the last of me!
So a guy calls my wife talking about they need to speak with me about a loan that wasn't repaid 2 years ago. If I didn't contact them by 2:00 pm, 7/24/14, they would start garnishment proceeding against me. I contacted them and told them I never took out a loan for $200.00 (so they have false info). The minimum I took out was $300.00 and they had my bank information and deducted all the monies out my account which was over $700.00+. So I told him to continue with the procedures and I will see them in court. I have never received any paper saying that I owe anything. These Guys!!!! SMH
I took out a $200 loan in 2006...it ended up in collections. I paid it off to Barron, Gibson & Phillips, a law firm in Charlotte, NC. I have been harassed by many collection agencies since that time, trying to get me to pay this money again. Was told that I had a felony charge for a bad check and I would be picked up and taken to jail. I have a paid in full letter from the law office that I paid my $200 to and I still get these calls saying that I paid the money to the wrong people... HELP!
This is a scam, and fraud. Report to the police and the attorney general any calls received from them. Do not participate in their programs. They steal your information.
They are the biggest scam company around, lie to you on the phone about the money will be in the account in 30 minutes then say you have to pay another $350 to release the funds. After fighting with them for about an hour, they brought it down to $200, then told us we had to wait 21 days for the refund.
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