- Report: #644155
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Complaint Review: Credit Acceptance
Credit AcceptanceP.O. Box 551888 Internet United States of America
Credit Acceptance Payment options a rip off , Internet
*Consumer Comment: How Were They Supposed To Send It???
*Consumer Comment: Interesting...
Made my first payment on 17th of the month at dealership, though it was due 22nd. Dealership told me they would send my payment. Did not tell me that had to send it by mail. On the 24th I called company. They said never trust dealership to get payment in on time, though they say it takes 'a few days' on their web site. I now get the beeping every time I start vehicle, to remind me payment is late.
I have a paypal debit card, as that is how I am paid. Company not set up to take half of the country's debit cards, so those of us who can't must use western union or money grams. I believe they are in with these companies and there is some kind of scam going on to benefit western union. Why should I pay $10 every month to make a payment.
Of course I did not know of the payment options, or should I say restrictions, until my paperwork was signed. Now I am stuck with this loan. I wonder, even if I pay on time every month, will I still get this harassing beep. No creditor should have such restrictions on payors that require you to use high fee services.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/24/2010 07:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Credit-Acceptance/internet/Credit-Acceptance-Payment-options-a-rip-off-Internet-644155. 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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