- Report: #1117978
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Future Payment Technologies
Future Payment Technologies12700 Park Central Dr, Suite 1100 Dallas, Texas USA
Future Payment Technologies, Justin Holden STOLE My Identy Dallas Texas
*UPDATE Employee: Identity Protection
*UPDATE Employee: Future Payment Technologies
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Leasing agreement.
*Author of original report: Northern Leasing Terminal Leasing SCAM
*UPDATE Employee: Terminal Leasing Options
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Small businesses BEWARE...Future Payment Technologies (FPT) is a front for Northern Leasing Systems, Inc (NLS). Check out the lawsuits on the internet. A rep from FPT came to our store with a slick presentaion on how they could save us money on credit card proicessing fee. After some discussion with Justin Holden the 22 page agreement was signed electronicly on the rep's notepad. I thought I was signing an agreement between my store & FPT when in fact FPT gave all of my personal information to NLS. Now this SNAKE of a company says that I am in a 4 yr noncancelable contract for the cc equipment. The agreement I thought I signed was for 2 yrs and the equipment was free of charge. There is a current Class Action lawsuit against NLS. Chittur & Associates, PC in New York is the law firm going after them if you are interested.
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