- Report: #45562
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Complaint Review: Long Breach Acceptance Corp
Long Breach Acceptance Corpwww.lbac.com Los Angeles, California U.S.A.
Long Beach Acceptance Corp rip-off Los Angeles California
*Consumer Comment: You do have federal protection
Then the current economic crisis hit. We live in Oregon and my husband was one of the many laid-off computer guys. He was out of work for 9 months, and we had to move so I could get a better paying nursing job. We were struggling to get payments in on time for all of our bills. I tried to keep in contact with LBAC, to let them know when a payment was coming if it was a few days late, but when I got on the phone with them they were harrassing, and eventually I stopped making contact and would let the answering machine pick up.
We are still struggling, and are about 1 month behind. They have started calling my family members, and my employer. I have tried to expain the situation to them, asking if we could lower our payments and pay over a longer period of time, but they are rude and insulting, verbally abusive and threatening.
I realize it is their job to get payment for the car, but in light of many people's sudden change in economic status I think they would be better off working with their customers instead of threatening them. They will end up with more money in the long run if they are more flexible.
I would love to get rid of my car and get something cheaper with lower payments, but I now owe more than it's worth. Ideas anyone??
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/15/2003 03:41 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Long-Breach-Acceptance-Corp/Los-Angeles-California-90060/Long-Beach-Acceptance-Corp-rip-off-Los-Angeles-California-45562. 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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