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Complaint Review: Your Choice Credit Solutions
Your Choice Credit Solutionsyourchoicecredit.com Internet U.S.A.
Your Choice Credit Solutions made false representations about who they were representing. Ripoff! Internet
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Later in the conversation he told me that Bank of America had referred me to his company. He was very pushy and then went into the free prizes that I would receive. I asked him the name of his company and he kept avoiding it. I asked him to verify how he got my application and he said that he really wasnt sure. He told me that I would not be charged a thing and that I could look over the paperwork and then decide if I wanted a card.
I asked him four times how much they were charging and he then went into a one time charge of $250. He once again misrepresented what he had stated earlier. I thought this was misleading. I asked him for the website while on the phone and pulled up information from your site. I mentioned this to the guy who then began apoligizing and said that he was only saying what the company had told him to. He apologized again and said that he thought that he was working for a reputable company and he understood.
This company wasted thiry minutes of my time and not mention I believe its a scam. Why couldn't I just go through my bank if they were really representing it? If they are reputable then I want them to issue me a credit card free of charge like there representative stated. I don't believe that it exists.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/16/2004 05:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Your-Choice-Credit-Solutions/internet/Your-Choice-Credit-Solutions-made-false-representations-about-who-they-were-representing-77231. 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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