I purchased a land/home package deal in Kaufman County in November 1999. I signed contracts at the office of the gentleman selling the land portion of the transaction, who had me sign documents for the land and the septic system. At no time was I aware of or informed that I was signing a revolving credit card agreement for the septic system. In fact, I have no clue when the debt changed hands to GE Money Bank.
The original debt on the septic system was $4,500. Due to GE Money Bank's refusal to change my due date (I get paid on last day of every month; bill is due on 28th), the monthly late charges and penalties they charge me because I can't pay it on the 28th, as well as the increased finance charges because I can't pay on time, have brought my balance to $7,135.32 on a septic system which I have paid over $1,100.00 for repairs on.
Obviously, GE Money Bank is just another one of America's greedy corporate giants out to squeeze whatever they can out of their consumers. They will not get anymore money from me. I am allowing my debt to go to collections where a court of law can decide if their business practices are fraudulent and based on unfair consumer practices.
I am a single mother who has been raising 4 children alone during this. They are legal crooks -- America has way too many of these.