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Auto One Acceptance / Citi Financialpayment on car loan

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On March 23, 2010 Auto One Acceptance Corp which is now owned by Citi Financial deducted 100.00 out of our checking account. Yes we had a loan thru them, in 2000! The car had been traded in a number of years ago. Yet somehow they managed to remove money from our account (with no authorization from us to do so). After finding this on our checking account I called them not an easy thing to do Auto one Acceptance was bought by Citi financial a few years ago. Numbers to locate Acceptance one is 1*800*486*1750 if someone else needs to get ahold of them. Now I was instructed to fax them a copy of my statement showing where they removed the money from our account. As of today 4/13/10 I was told that a refund check would be sent out the 20th of April, almost a month later for a deduction on a vehicle that has been gone for years.



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    sari brown Jun 03, 2021

    auto one acceptance never release the lien on my title. Car was paid off in 2009 or 2010
    i can't get a title, cause auto one never release lien. Can't get anyone to help me.

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    Gloria D. Fox McDowell Oct 13, 2021
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    Verified customer

    @sari brown OMG, I am having the same problem. My car was paid off in 2009 also

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