- Report: #208771
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Complaint Review: Ladco Leasing, USA Card Services
Ladco Leasing, USA Card Services555 St Charles Dr. Suite 200 Thousand Oaks, California U.S.A.
Ladco Leasing, USA Card Services Misleading, Unethical, and Deceptive Business Practices.. Taken Advantage Of And Ripped Off Thousand Oaks California, Internet
*Author of original report: Ladco Leasing, USA Card Services, C2C Resources LLC
They deceived me by using high pressure tactics and time limits to get me to sign a lease agreement for equipment that USA Card Services said was necessary for processing credit card payments on the website.
The equipment that I received from Ladco Leasing had nothing to do with credit card transactions over the internet and was completely useless to me.
Even though I've sent the equipment back unused and in new condition Ladco Leasing is insisting that I pay them $4845.88. I would estimate the value of this equipment at around $200.00.
Ladco Leasing is threatening to ruin my credit and take me to court if I refuse to pay.
Both of these companies are unethical and should be avoided. They use unfair and deceptive business practices to take advantage of honest people.
I'll support any class action suit against USA Card Services and/or Ladco Leasing. These people need to be stopped.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/31/2006 03:10 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ladco-Leasing-USA-Card-Services/Thousand-Oaks-California-91360/Ladco-Leasing-USA-Card-Services-Misleading-Unethical-and-Deceptive-Business-Practices-208771. 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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