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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved 500 Fast Cash — Lying, Fraud
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I changed bank accounts and had my original bank fax a letter to their customer service saying my account was open and valid. The letter was signed by a bank officer, and on the letterhead.
The next thing I know, my "account" with 500FastCash is moved into compliance.
They didn't debit for the $45 in September. I knew something was up.
It's October and they told me I have an outstanding balance of $195.00.
They said they will go after my debit card.
When I asked them why didn't they debit in September or October the way they normally do, they said, "we don't have a debit agreement with you". I have months of "debits" from them.
They also disputed the day that they take the money, saying they had no agreement with me about the date. Another joke. My bank statements show otherwise.
When I questioned them, their stock answer is "you are talking in circles". At least they are "truth circles".
They said they are going to hit my debit card for $700.00. I told them I can go to the Dept of Banking and Finance in my State and have them forbidden to do business here. I also told them I approached my bank with the situation I have and I said "they are ready for you". He said "I am going to end this conversation".
If you have problems with any of these places, find out where they are located and contact the state's attorney general. They will refer you to the dept of banking and finance. When there are enough complaints they are asked to "cease and desist" business in that state.
It is a state thing. I am not going to do this. I am just going to have a block put on my account after they make their first move.
Things were fine until they moved my account into compliance based on lies and deceit. They always debited from the account. Now they want my debit card. I will probably change my debit card number or account #. No matter how broke you are, and I've been there, do not deal with these companies.