Title Max owner Jerry is attempting to break the law big time when it comes to AutoPawns. The Law in the State of Georgia says that,"...The customer has the right to settle any disputes when it comes to Auto Pawn dealerships...." I am unemployed at the moment with no income and have spoken with Title Max franchise owner Jerry whom is very aware of my situation. I had a payment of $95.00 that was sent to Jerry in January 2013 but because the premiem was supposed to be $95.87, he held on to the check for that entire month!! Jerry of TitleMax would not credit my payment because it was a mere 87cent short!!! His workers called my phone, left messages, emails, texts and everything else because of 87 cents!! This was the most redicuoulsy thing that I have every done(doing business with TitleMax). Because of 87cents they called and harrassed me and threatened to return it. The second month was February 2013. The payment schedule clearly says to pay $94.50 but when I sent the $94.50 to him, he returned it stating that it was supposed to be $95.87? Just a dollar and some change and he returned the entire money order. This wasn't the beginning of it. Now in March 2013, I am still unemployed and owner Jerry was informed way back in February 2013 that,"..March would be a bad month for me because I still do not have a job.." I made an attempt to give Jerry $50.00 in cash to cover the month of March because I am in a Financial Hardship and just cannot afford to gim him $95.87. Jerry of TitleMax(2015 N.Druid Hills Rd)stated,"....No can't do it....if it ain't for the full amount than I am going to have to turn your account in for collection(of your car).." What does he mean he can't do it? No where in American can ANY car dealer or business FORCE money out of someone. I never forced the loan from him? No I didn't so all these crap about AutoPawn dealerships getting the Police involved is a bunch of crap and lies and is only designed to scare you and nothing more. Just to scare you. No police officer in America is going to listen to these con-artists lying about someone not making a payment if that person is doing all they can to rectify the situation. Once again the law in the State of Georgia says,"...The customer has a right to settle ANY disputes when it comes to these autopawn dealerships..." "...The customer and not the pawn broker..." If Jerry of Titlemax wanted to insure that he received his payments, well then he should KEEP these cars in exchange for the loan. A title? Anyone can sell a car without a title and he knows it. A friend of mine had to sell his car to pay off one of these TitlePawns brokers. I would never do such a thing but you never know in the face of intense pressure by TitleMax owner Jerry.
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