- Report: #1066617
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Complaint Review: DirectBuy of Minneapolis
DirectBuy of Minneapolis2090 West 98th St Bloomington, Minnesota USA
DirectBuy of Minneapolis Forced to pay for a program I am not allowed access to. Bloomington Minnesota
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Soon after purchasing a home I attended a presentation at the local DirectBuy Showroom. After the presentation I felt pressured to sign up and foolishly did. Aftwards I was one of the last to leave. My car would not start and I was left stranded in the parking lot several miles from home. A couple days later I found out what was wrong with the car and called to cancel my DirectBuy membership due to financial concerns. I was told my 72 hour trial was passed and I could not cancel.
They sent me to collections and even though I am making monthly payments, I have not been able to connect with anyone able to release my access to the Web site. I have not been able to make the intended/necessary purchases through the DirectBuy Program and have had to pay retail for needed furniture, tools, lawn equipment, landscape materials, etc.
This was and is a huge financial disaster for me and my family. I major regret having anything to do with DirectBuy.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/12/2013 07:16 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/DirectBuy-of-Minneapolis/Bloomington-Minnesota-55431/DirectBuy-of-Minneapolis-Forced-to-pay-for-a-program-I-am-not-allowed-access-to-Blooming-1066617. 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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