• Report: #1166498

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  • Submitted: Thu, July 31, 2014
  • Updated: Fri, April 10, 2015

  • Reported By: Bonnie Byers — Port St Lucie Florida
carpaymenthelpcenter.com
Internet USA

carpaymenthelpcenter.com IVAN LEVY, Stacey Brown,Sandy Lewis Taken Advantage of during your hardship times! Lake Worth Florida Internet

*Consumer Comment: I smell a class ation lawsuit

*Consumer Comment: File a police fraud report

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I was in a financial crisis and was facing repossession of my vechiclle

I was searching for immediate help in trying to find a remodification to save my vechicle.

I found carpaymenthelp.com and emailed the company asking for help. I was immediately called from Ivy Levy himself showing his sympathy to my situation.

He told me i needed to act fast because he seen in his system that my car was up for repossession and they were tracking it at this time to take it back from me.

He convinced me that I needed to turn off the gps on my cell phone and leave it off until he could act fast to stop the repossession. He then also promised me he could remove the two payments i was behind and offer me a loan modification at a lower interest rate and lower my payments by $100 monthly.He then told me to get a pen and write down the information needed for him to get this started.

 

He said first step is to pay the fee of $500 which was the cost of the remodification. He told me i needed to make a deposit in an account at Bank of America acct #898060264218. In the form of cash only he could not accept debit or credit card.

 

Then he had me call him back after depositing the money into the account with the receipt transaction number. He said once verified the funds were there he would then email me the paperwork to sign and get the process rolling.

After several hours he then emailed me the paperwork. I had to sign 11 pages and fax back to him.

He called me back later that day and said he needed me to call GMAC and authorize them to release all information giving the following three people access to my information. Ivy Levy, Stacey Brown and Sandy Lewis. He then called back and said I needed to call them again and authorize them to have full access to all my information not just my payoff amount. So I did so.

 

He then called GMAC and was asking them questions about my personal information. Non which was pertaining to my payoff amount and this threw up a red flag with GMAC and they refused the information he was requesting. He then started using profanity towards them and they ended the call and they called me to tell me they looked up his company after the phone call only to find that this was a scam company and I was mislead.

 

At that point I continued making several calls to Ivan to only no avail. He is now vanished and will not return my call or my emails. My vechilce has now been repossed and I am out of the money that was paid to save it.

 

Please help

Sincerely

Bonnie Byers


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#1 Consumer Comment

I smell a class ation lawsuit

AUTHOR: Monica - (USA)

ivan Levy arrested 3/30/2015----

A man who promised people across the country he could help them refinance their auto loans for a fee was arrested after officials said he failed to provide the service or refund their money. Ivan Levy, 55, was arrested Monday, according to a probable cause affidavit. Officials from the Florida Office of Financial Regulation and the Boynton Beach police began investigating Levy after nine people came forward saying he had taken their money and refused to give it back. Levy, the owner of Regency Financial Services LLC, uses at least two websites that promise to help negotiate auto loan refinancing for people who have poor credit or have fallen behind on car payments. The victims would go to either website — credit-yogi.com or carpaymenthelpcenter.com — seeking assistance to refinance.

A few of the victims had their cars repossessed while others are trying to manage their payments, according to the affidavit. Levy would tell them that he could help negotiate the terms of the refinancing for a $499 fee. He told them if the deal didn't go through, they could have their money back, the affidavit states. One victim from Louisiana told investigators Levy told her he had worked out payment plan with her car lender, and said to stop making payments to the original lender. Her lender called her shortly thereafter and said she was delinquent on her payments and that neither Levy nor anyone from his company had contacted them, officials said. Another woman said she hired Levy to help her refinance for lower auto loan payments. She paid him the fee but was denied refinancing. When she asked for her money back, Levy refused and her car was repossessed.

 Levy is in jail now. Let keep him there, We are urging all his victums to come forward bring a  class action lawsuit against him and get our money back.

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#2 Consumer Comment

File a police fraud report

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - ()

As you have found out, this is a scam.

File a police report. I don't know if they can help you get your money back, but at least get the report filed. Do this right away.

Bring the scammer to small claims court. Hopefully you have proof of the deposit you made and the emails, text messages and any other communication with this so-called company.

For future reference, the only people that can modify your loan on a vehicle is the lender and you. A third party, like this one that scammed you, does not have the ability to modify the loan. Fortunately it sounds like GMAC recognized the scam and didn't cooperate with the scammer. If you gave personal information to this scammer, (passwords, account numbers etc) change the account numbers you gave to him. Protect yourself and your credit. Freeze your credit reports so he can't go on a spending spree with your data. Good luck.

 

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