• Report: #950005

Complaint Review: Consumer portfolio services

  • Submitted: Tue, October 02, 2012
  • Updated: Tue, October 02, 2012

  • Reported By: willie — valdosta Georgia U.S.A.
Consumer portfolio services
Irvine, California United States of America

Consumer portfolio services CPS is a ripoff and needs to be sued. Irvine, California

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I had purchased a 2006 dodge durango in 2007 from a dealership ,and i was financed by Consumer Portfolio Services. I bought it for 22,000 and had 4 years to pay for it, so i paid up to 3 years and about 18,000 on it wanted to pay it off. They told me my pay off was 16,000 more dollars so i told them that i was not about to pay you all 16,000 more dollars and that would have been past 4 years. I choose not to pay on the truck any longer and told them to pick it up.

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