- Report: #921024
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Complaint Review: Pioneer Credit Recovery Inc.
Pioneer Credit Recovery Inc.unknown Monroe, North Carolina United States of America
Pioneer Credit Recovery Inc. Collection Of A Loan Previously Vacated By the US Department OF Education Because It Was Never Received By The Univerisity Or Recipient Monroe, North Carolina
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Many years ago I was told by the Department of Education in Greenville, Tx that the loan had been Vacated due to the lender's admittion that they had defaulted. Now all these years later someone has apparently reactivated this account? According to woman by the name of Amy, Poineer is not only looking to collect the full amount of the loan they also want to collect for the Pell Grants in total over $11,600.00 for a loan that was not even paid to the student ?
This company has absolutely no paperwork what so ever to back up any of this or anything they say yet they are allowed by our government to do as they please including opperating outside the law in my opinion.
I have contacted the University and asked thenm to provide whatever help that they can. I have also contacted an asked my US senator to help me in looking into this situation. I have been assurred by his office that they do intend to look into the the practices of this company and let me know what they find.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/01/2012 02:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Pioneer-Credit-Recovery-Inc/Monroe-North-Carolina-28111/Pioneer-Credit-Recovery-Inc-Collection-Of-A-Loan-Previously-Vacated-By-the-US-Department-921024. 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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