- Report: #979737
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Complaint Review: Ford Motor credit
Ford Motor credit3660 Regent Boulevard Internet United States of America
Ford Motor credit FMC Legal loan sharking, Internet
*Consumer Comment: You flushed your credit
*Consumer Comment: Yep, You Sure Showed Them!
*Consumer Comment: Loan Shark?
*Consumer Comment: A good example
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The short story; By the time the recession hit I was on my 5th Ford truck. Called Ford Motor credit three times to try and work out the loan so I could keep the truck. Didn't want a deal, just some time, lower payments, extend the loan etc, etc.
No go. So I surrender the truck. A few months pass and I receive a bill for $1800. The difference they claim I owed them as the truck as it did not sell for enough to satisfy the loan balance. Can't and will not pay it. Next they they send it to their (I believe in house law office). Bill now $2400. Next they place lien on my home. Next they place a lien on my checking accounts. Finally they get a court order to have my own company garnish my wages for the now due $3750.
A proud American self employed blue collar worker who is raising a family proud to drive an American made truck, no more.
I am shocked and amazed at how Ford has handled the matter. After watching this country crumble, and witnessing first hand how hard working Americans are being treated I have to say I am no longer a proud American, but rather a man on a mission to survive and play by the new rules as needed to feed my family. Rules made by me half the time. I could on and on.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/09/2012 02:05 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ford-Motor-credit/internet/Ford-Motor-credit-FMC-Legal-loan-sharking-Internet-979737. 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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