- Report: #960171
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Complaint Review: American Education Services
American Education ServicesInternet United States of America
American Education Services AES AES permitted a loan without my knowledge to my EX wife who knew all my information!! Internet
AES's business practices are A) Dishonest B) Unethical C) Irresponsible in handling Federal Funds, issuing loans without communicating with borrowers, giving ease to identity thieves D) Consider themselves untouchable, disregarding citizens rights by levying penalties and false claims, thus stealing money from people who never borrowed a penny from them, and E) Appear to be protected by the Federal Government!
AES is as corrupt as the infamous ACORN (reference Glan Beck). The similarities are appalling.
If there are any attornies reading this that have the skills neccessary to bring AES to justice, I have documentation and since I will make time, I am willing to take the theives to court. Believe me they don't want to go there or they would have taken me to court by now. Recently I read about the "Big Banks" responsible for the morgage mess resulting in the Federal Government "Bailout" were fined and penalized, the legal charge is "Reckless Lending." In my case and others, AES is at the very least guilty of "Reckless Lending" and should be brought to justice
Persecuted guitarist and truck driver.
PS- God Bless
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/25/2012 04:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/American-Education-Services/internet/American-Education-Services-AES-AES-permitted-a-loan-without-my-knowledge-to-my-EX-wife-wh-960171. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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