Report: #424397

Complaint Review: LONG BEACH ACCEPTANCE CORP

  • Submitted: Sun, February 15, 2009
  • Updated: Sun, July 12, 2009
  • Reported By: Corona California
  • LONG BEACH ACCEPTANCE CORP
    1 MACK CENTER DRIVE 4TH FLOOR
    PARAMUS, New Jersey
    U.S.A.

LONG BEACH ACCEPTANCE They reported the way I returned the car from voluntary surrender to involuntary surrender. They also reported the wrong amount remaining on the balance. These things I feel are hurting my credit and it was done with malice. PARAMUS New Jersey

*Consumer Suggestion: Americredit now owns LBA.

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I want what they did to me corrected asap. I also want to know why they are still on my credit after seven years.

Gregory c
Corona, California
U.S.A.
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Americredit now owns LBA.

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

So good luck in getting them to change one iota. The balance is determined by the full amount due at the time of the repo, subtracting the amount paid at auction and the costs associated with taking the car to auction along with the repo fee. Consumers always wind up on the short end.
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