- Report: #188504
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Complaint Review: Arcadia Financial
Arcadia FinancialP.O. Box1437 Minneapolis, Minnesota U.S.A.
Arcadia Financial ripoff. Arcadia's use of Convicted Criminal's to get money illegally. Minneapolis Minnesota
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Arcadia Finacail has sent a supposed represenitive to my house, stating that he would pay a known felon Jimmy Carlson $4000.00 to pick up a 98 Plymoth Voyager, that I finaced with Arcadia at 21%.
Once I made a written contract with Jimmy Carlson stating that he would take over payments, Jimmy and the Plymaoth Voyager Disapeared.
Jimmy Carlson is a convicted felon, that has kicked me out of my own House and is working with Arcadia Finacial to rip me off!!! I believe that Jimmy Carlson and Arcadia Finacail are in this together.
I am a Vetran from the Marine Corp. I am currently being seen at the Portland Vetrans Adminnistration for extreme depression, due to the nightmare that Arcadia, and Jimmy Carlson have put me through.
My Account # for Arcadia is **********.
I do not know were to turn, The Police will do nothing unless someone has assulted me physically.
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/25/2006 12:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Arcadia-Financial/Minneapolis-Minnesota-55440-1437/Arcadia-Financial-ripoff-Arcadias-use-of-Convicted-Criminals-to-get-money-illegally-Mi-188504. 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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