Report: #371505

Complaint Review: Great Expectations

  • Submitted: Wed, September 10, 2008
  • Updated: Wed, September 10, 2008
  • Reported By: houston Texas
  • Great Expectations
    greatexpectations.com
    Houston, Texas
    U.S.A.

Great Expectations I have to pay them off in order to get a mortgage, never used the service Houston Texas

*Consumer Suggestion: Grow a backbone...

*Consumer Suggestion: Grow a backbone...

*Consumer Suggestion: Grow a backbone...

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

These people called me, said that"a friend of mine" had given them my name , called constantly until I finally agreed to come in. When I finally went in to the office I was talked into signing up by a very high pressure saleswoman even though I told her I couldnt afford it and didnt have a credit card. I walked out, then turned back and was told the office was closed and I could not go back in. I called the next day and was told the salesmanager was too busy to talk to me. They put me off even though I told them I wanted to cancel. There was never anyone that I could talk to.

I never used the service in any way, they did not provide any service to me at all. Now they are coming after me for $5,000. I can't refi my house until I pay this off. Its been somewhere between 7 & 10 years...so long ago I dont even remember, and I have to pay these jerks!!!

Katycon
houston, Texas
U.S.A.
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Grow a backbone...

AUTHOR: Awfully - (U.S.A.)

You should have just gotten up and walked out. They weren't holding you hostage. You should have just said no and walked out. You don't need to justify yourself or your finances to anyone. On top of that, you waited 7-10 years to get this taken care of. Did you never check your credit report in that time? You say you were "talked into signing up" which means you signed a contract that, I'm sure, said you owe the money even if you don't use the service unless you cancel within so many day, blah blah blah. Standard contract. I hope you've learned this very expensive lesson. Your lazyness will cost you on this one. Next time, grow some balls and just say no.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Grow a backbone...

AUTHOR: Awfully - (U.S.A.)

You should have just gotten up and walked out. They weren't holding you hostage. You should have just said no and walked out. You don't need to justify yourself or your finances to anyone. On top of that, you waited 7-10 years to get this taken care of. Did you never check your credit report in that time? You say you were "talked into signing up" which means you signed a contract that, I'm sure, said you owe the money even if you don't use the service unless you cancel within so many day, blah blah blah. Standard contract. I hope you've learned this very expensive lesson. Your lazyness will cost you on this one. Next time, grow some balls and just say no.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Grow a backbone...

AUTHOR: Awfully - (U.S.A.)

You should have just gotten up and walked out. They weren't holding you hostage. You should have just said no and walked out. You don't need to justify yourself or your finances to anyone. On top of that, you waited 7-10 years to get this taken care of. Did you never check your credit report in that time? You say you were "talked into signing up" which means you signed a contract that, I'm sure, said you owe the money even if you don't use the service unless you cancel within so many day, blah blah blah. Standard contract. I hope you've learned this very expensive lesson. Your lazyness will cost you on this one. Next time, grow some balls and just say no.
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