- Report: #191044
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Complaint Review: Security National Automotive Acceptance
Security National Automotive Acceptance6951 Cintas Blvd Mason, Ohio U.S.A.
Security National Automotive Acceptance ripoff dishonest fraudulent billing Mason Ohio
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*Consumer Comment: Contracts and written agreements go both ways.
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1 1/2 years ago SNAA contacted me to make a settlement. "They were willing to make me a deal because the loan had already been written off". I knew that i shouldnt have canceled the allotment and was more than willing to pay what I owed, and was even happier to find out that i was going to have to pay the interest that had continued to accrue somehow even after they wrote it off??? so i payed half of it right away, and set up a monthly allotment for the rest. finnaly i paid it off and was glad, but then hear i get another threatening e-mail from a new loan persome from the same company saying that i needed to pay or else... i told him to check with David Holdren the first collection and check the account. he replyed with "Mr Holdren no-longer works here and said that i couldwork a deal with him or he would get a court settlement and i would have to continue paying for another 30 months.
I still have the last e-mail from Mr. Holdren stateing the my account was paid in full and to stop the allotments.
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