- Report: #129440
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Complaint Review: Long Beach Acceptance
Long Beach Acceptance4595 California Ave. #211 Long Beach, CA 90807 Orange, California U.S.A.
Long Beach Acceptance RIP OFF A** Holes!!! Theives from the hood! Orange California
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Subj: FW: Payment History
Date: 1/10/2005 12:39:51 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: KAYANNE MOORE
To: [email protected]
Sent from the Internet (Details)
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From: Edward Chersevani
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2005 9:05 AM
To: KAYANNE MOORE
Subject: RE: Payment History
I need the 6 digit seq# for the check printer that you get at western union..
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From: KAYANNE MOORE
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 3:32 PM
To: Edward Chersevani
Subject: FW: Payment History
Here is what the customer provided:
Hi, there are several pages to this receipt. I believe this is the number you need though. QFMCALQCB (03/04 G).
Let me know if i can provide anything else. Vons Pavillion on 46th and Atlantic in Long Beach also have a copy.
Shouldn't the sequence# be completely numeric?
Assistant Collections Mgr
(888) 901-2657 x2226
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2005 2:37 PM
Cc: [email protected]
Subject: Payment History
Hello Kayanne, I received the payment history for my account. The Western Union Payment for 550.00 on July 31, 2004. It is a separate payment than that on July 30,2004. The Account number was incorrect on the receipt. The wrong account number that was used was 7516736 with a misspelled name of Jatawn Ellis instead of Jataun Ellis. The amount is $550.00.
Made at 332p by operator 213, MTC 145-122-1083. Please update your records to reflect this. I will also be forwarding information on a payment by Western Union for 80$ that is not on the payment history. Also, I would appreciate it if you would not allow your csr to call and harass me at work and at home for a billing error that no one has taken the time to correct for 6 months even the information was provided. I will be re-financing this loan with my credit union because I do not appreciate sending two men to my home at 9pm at night (getting in the secured building by saying that I called for repair). The next day two gangster type characters showed up at my door like loan sharks. Two men that were 4 times my size to intimidate me and collect a check, which would of been paid had I not been blocked by online payments. I am now in the process of contacting the business bureau and other authorities to question the legality of such tactics.
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