- Report: #1066911
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Complaint Review: Credit Alliance Group
Credit Alliance Group2807 Allen Street,Suite 685,Dallas,Texas 75204 Dallas, Texas USA
Credit Alliance Group CAG I needed help and they help them selves to my money !! Dallas Texas
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Day one ! I sign a piece of paper - CreditAllianceGroup ( Limited Power of Attorney ) ,dated Jan 21, 2009. Had this documate notarized in TD Bank ,Cinnaminson ,New Jersey. Start of my headache !!!! I was instructed not to pay on the Debt I listed with CAG. I started to get calls from Wellsfargo and Chase ! I was told to refer them to CAG ! The calls stop ! But the headache remain.They started to pull money from my account.First to pay the lawyers fee of $4000.It took about a year to do that. My monthly payment was $200 a month. That was my choice to pay that amount.Later in the course of the year I change it to $400 then $500 a month to get this done faster ! At first, things were fine in the second month of payment than the third one they pulled two payments with no permission ,changing the payment plan twice a month.They mess up my bills !! Than they wrote a e-mail stating they will go back to one payment a month. A year into this program,I started asking about any information or progress on my account.They say they will send me infomation . Nothing !! I ask again weeks later. Again ! They tell me they will send information!! Nothing again !
Now I started to worry about the honesty of Credit Alliance Group ! A year and a half later They said Chase card was paid off ! I owed Chase $1500 . I ask for proof ! Again ,nothing! So 6 months went by ! I called CAG with anger ! They told me that Chase didn't cash the last check to pay them off. It was lost, so they sent another check, so they say! Now trying to pay off Wellsfargo account.They offer a pay off amount of $2600 out of $10000 that I owe! I would pay that but didn't have that to start with.
Four or five months later the pay off went up. I forgot that amount . Than Wellsfargo sold that debt to Icon Equities! They offer a payoff of $4100 . I ask CAG how long till I reach that goal? It took about 6 months at the rate of $5oo a month. Than they stop taking money out of my account. Of course I cancel my account ! I didn't trust them at all. After 7 or 8 month gone by ! I get a call from this guy in February of 2013 who claims to work for a debt collecting company called Viking . Told me welsfargo debt wasn't payed ! I told him ,he was crazy! Now a new debt collecting company called Alpha Recovery Corp that was hired by Icon Equities,LLc. Now I am being harrass ! So I am talking to a lawyer about my option. I am angry about people who are ugly and are no good human being and care about nothing but there bottom line and there own pockets.I work hard to pay on this and this is what I deserve ? Where is the Justice in the United States?Please help end this unjust practice!! I would like to see a law suit against these criminals ! I want my money back and my good name restored !!
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