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      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: Sept. 3, 2019

      I owe money them and I am willing to pay my obligation. In fact I pay partial payment. But they are not really good. They, are texting all my contacts regarding my obligation to them. Every now and then. I was lost out. Of my mind. Scared and shy to those people they, are texting.. I hope this company will not be like that. It's not in proper if you do that to your borrowers.

      56 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 5 stars
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      Original review: April 28, 2019

      It's been a pleasure doing business and meeting the staff. If we're selling items or if we wanted to purchase we're going to definitely be treated with respect and courtesy. We're able to pawn, take out, pick up and if by any chance they're not interested they let you know in a professional manner.

      5 people found this review helpful
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      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: March 13, 2019

      Never get a loan or apply for a loan in Fast Cash. I have not able to pay within 4 days after my overdue and they have sent a text message to all of my contacts and humiliate me. The message sent was like this... "Good day! This is FAST CASH. Our client, MR/MS **. Listed you as his/her reference guarantor to avail a LOAN to FAST CASH. But until now despite of repeated demands there's NO payment at ALL. Kindly settle his/her OBLIGATION as a reference/guarantor of this person. Please inform your (friend, relatives, co worker) that we need his/her payment TODAY. If you're not liable to this matter kindly inform our client to DELETE your number in our system and settle the MONEY/LOAN he/she borrow to us. Please inform our client that we need our money TODAY. and we will keep sending NOTIFICATION until there's NO PAYMENT. Thank you."

      57 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: Dec. 19, 2018

      I would NEVER do business with a company so desperate that they need to lie to people and repeatedly send those group text messages over and over again even though I’ve repeatedly said to stop. The worst part is they come in in the middle of the night. I have never even inquired about the services they provide. I am not interested In your service, I do not want to be bothered anymore.

      24 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: April 6, 2018

      I keep getting calls from different numbers saying I owe money for an online loan I never took out. This has been going on for well over a year. I'm being told I will be served papers to go to court. I received a call today from a Sheila ** and she told me to get a life and pay my bills that I have tried to file bankruptcy on this 4 times. Which is not true. I do not know where they get the info but the scary thing is they have my phone number and Social Security number and know where I have worked.

      46 people found this review helpful
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      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: Oct. 9, 2017

      I was called by an unknown number and I was told that they have court documents for me that they tried to serve me and that it was returned. I got scared and call the 800 number. I got a guy on the phone saying that I owe Fast Cash USA money, that they tried to collect this money but I failed to comply. He told me that I was being taken to court for 10,000.00 and that I needed to pay immediately. I am autistic and it totally freaked me out, I didn't know what to do. I called the payday loans that I do have and made sure that I was okay with them which I was.

      I then began to research this company. I found out that it was a scam. I am so upset, because they called me a second time and then I called back the number and told the guy I can give them 898 on the 31st of October. The guy wants me to sign a document from Great Lakes Collection Services so they can take the money and give it to a bank in Upstate New York. I did not sign the document, and I checked my name in the court system and I did not see my name. I am totally scared, and I feel that I am being scammed. I am not sure what to do next and I am very worried.

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      55 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: July 28, 2017

      Got scammed by Crown Kia in St. Petersburg, FL. I bought a car from them after supposedly being approved for a car. I gave them $1000 cash down payment. They give me the car only to take it away from me 2 months later and charge me for miles on the car. When I called the dealer they would hang up on me. No one wanted to talk to me or give me answers. They scammed me out of my money and when I did finally get an answer they were rude and didn't pay attention. I would not recommend this dealer to anyone.

      29 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: March 24, 2017

      The "sales" team must of received my contact information online as it is associated with my business. They called me dozens of times over a period of 5 days. They requested all of my personal information including 4 months of all of my banking statements, my ss#, and permission to run my credit. Once I gave over this information I never heard from them again... I emailed and called the lending manager numerous times and to date no one from their office has called me back. We did end up getting the loan we needed from a more reputable company. I am concerned now that they have all of my personal information. I will caution anyone from using this company.

      68 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: Feb. 4, 2017

      Hello Consumer Affairs: Yesterday, a loved one of mine attempted to secure an online loan with Fast Cash. The online link that was used was Zippy Loans. My relative clicked on to that link. He was told that his loan was approved for $5000. He was then told to call the following number -- **. A person named Eric answered. Eric proceeded to ask questions about how much income my relative made along with other assorted questions. Eric then stated that he had to have at least $250 in cash to buy iTunes cards for processing fees. Eric claimed that those fees would be reimbursed back and the approved loan amount. Eric said those funds would be deposited into his checking account. The relative gave Eric his checking account number. He was then put on hold for an inordinate amount of time on his smartphone, which happened repeatedly during the course of the scam.

      Eric eventually got back on the phone and claimed that he could not deposit the so-called funds into the checking account. This was the beginning of the real runaround and games. My relative was THEN told that the approved funds could be forwarded to him through Western Union. Eric transferred him to another person named William. William said an additional $350 in iTunes cards was needed for the Western Union transfer take place. Each iTunes card purchased had to be photographed and sent through my relative's smartphone with the scratch off parts removed showing each cards' PIN numbers. The games continue. My relative was then given a series of numbers. Supposedly over $3,000 was approved on two separate sets of numbers in those series. This person then had the gall to request an additional amount of fee money! It was $300-- $150/$3000 for the Western Union fees for each approved set of numbers.

      At this point my relative grew very angry. He argued that this "company" already got $600 worth of fee money out of him. He demanded to know what was going on. William insisted that if the additional $300 was paid my relative would positively get the $5000 loan that originally promised from the very beginning. My relative refused. A heated argument ensued in which my relative stated he would be contacting the proper authorities to report this as a scam. He then terminated the call. My relative received NO FUNDS PROMISED TO HIM. He lost $600, just like that.

      Readers, AVOID AVOID AVOID doing any online business like this! PLEASE do your research, and read reviews about anyone you choose to do business with online. Don't give out personal financial information unless you're positive the company in question is reputable. Never purchase any gift cards to pay these so called online fees. If you see this, it's a tip-off to a SCAM. A MAJOR lesson was learned by this experience. Readers, please learn from this mistake and protect your hard earned cash! If I could have voted ZERO stars or in the negative, I would have!

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      81 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Sept. 13, 2016

      This company had me suckered in for a loan. I got one gift card for $100 and had to get another in the same amount tomorrow. Thank God I checked the website and found the comments by others who have been duped out of much more than I was. I was suspicious and it appears with good reason. I am lucky Walgreens will refund the $ on my credit card. I can only hope that others don't fall prey to this racket. They now go by "Dollars On Call" PHONE # 210-529-7557.

      60 people found this review helpful
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