I while back I was strapped for cash and company known as Credit Ed contacted me about a 200.00 loan. She stated in the phone conversation that I could repay the loan back in increments of 89.00 until the total loan was completed. After a while I noticed they will take 89.00 out of your account all the time past the amount of 289.00. When I called and asked why and about a refund the Supervisor Fran told me that I had to either pay them 89.00 a week until I call them and pay them 289.00 all at one time to stop the service and I told her I could pay the whole 289.00 next week and she laughed and said sure but we are still debiting 89.00 out of your account this week. Apparently you are paying 89.00 a week for a 2 minute video on how to handle your finances. They don’t tell you that until they have taken a pretty hefty amount of money. Now I am stuck paying them all this money and they said that if I don’t then it will go to collections and there will be either charges filed for a court case or it will go onto my credit report. Thanks Credit Ed for showing me how to handle my finances now I can barely pay my cell phone bill and rent. Thanks Fran for all that you have taken from me. To the public, please don’t do business with these people they will rip you off and not have a care in the world about it.
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