- Report: #707395
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Complaint Review: UNITED STATES MERCHANT SERVICES
UNITED STATES MERCHANT SERVICESInternet United States of America
UNITED STATES MERCHANT SERVICES 1ST AMERICAN LEASING CREDIT CARD EQUIPTMENT LEASING SCAM HACKENSACK, Internet
*Consumer Comment: Joseph Wilk the name makes me want to vomit!
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December 17 2010 for 1 credit card machine leased from 1st American Leasing. Do not believe anything this guy says. He is the ultimate salesman and scam artist.
The short story is I am stuck paying $5000 over 48 months for a processing machine worth about $600. And they don't warranty it. I was promised a lot and trusted him and got screwed.
1st American Leasing must be in cahoots. Shortly after I signed they sent a form letter stating please remember that any verbal promises of the vendor or its agents are not part of this agreement, also the last line states 1st american Leasing will assume that your silence in response to this letter is your acknowledgment and acceptance of this agreement. It should have said this on the document / lease agreement that I signed not after the fact.
Who reads form letters? I do now.
It seems that 1st American Leasing sends Joseph Wilk a check for $3000 for everyone he signs up. They will do nothing for me. The both should be jailed for using American in there names.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/17/2011 03:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/UNITED-STATES-MERCHANT-SERVICES/internet/UNITED-STATES-MERCHANT-SERVICES-1ST-AMERICAN-LEASING-CREDIT-CARD-EQUIPTMENT-LEASING-SCAM-H-707395. 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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