- Report: #170209
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Complaint Review: E-income Solutions, New Merchant Services, Mbf Leasing
E-income Solutions, New Merchant Services, Mbf Leasinge-incomesolutions.com Internet U.S.A.
E-income Solutions, New Merchant Services, Mbf Leasing companies in cahoots to lock you into a 4 year credit card terminal lease Internet
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Here is what the fee is for: IT IS FOR A 4 YEAR, NON CANCELABLE LEASE through MBF leasing for a credit card terminal! What they also fail to inform you of, there is a 25 dollar a month processing fee, and some of the other credit card companies charge a monthly fee as well. Add it all up, and your looking at over $100 per month, even if you do not use the credit card terminal.
There is a 30 day period where you can cancel your services, and even though i tried several times in the first 2 weeks to get out of this, i was redirected to new trainers inorder to "help me out." After contacting the Leasing company (MBF lEASING) I was told that the only ways out of this was to buy out the lease, which they told me was over 4 thousand dollars.
So, now i am stuck with a credit card terminal, which has never been taken out of the box, a lease, which i have no intention of paying on, and a huge black mark on my credit.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/03/2006 07:15 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/E-income-Solutions-New-Merchant-Services-Mbf-Leasing/internet/E-income-Solutions-New-Merchant-Services-Mbf-Leasing-companies-in-cahoots-to-lock-you-in-170209. 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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