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Report: #1497772

Complaint Review: Johnnie Hacks LLC - Mountain view California

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  • Reported By: Timothy — Jamaica United States
  • Johnnie Hacks LLC 1379 Shoreline Parkway Mountain view, California United States

Johnnie Hacks LLC Johnniehacksllc.org He took my money which was $1,750 and I did not recieve the credit repair. Know he wants me to pay an additional $500 in order to see repairs. Mountain view California

*General Comment: Scammers getting Scammed, again....

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I hired Johnnie Hacks llc to remove a bankruptcy off my credit report, they charged me $750, I paid immediately, they had me send the money through cash app to a Lilian Pope $WipDanger. Then the day before my credit report was to be repaired I get a call stating that in order for my repair to be done the next day I had to send an extra $1000, I ask why do I have to pay this extra money that was not what we discussed initially, they said something came up while repairing , I was very hesitant but I wound up paying the $1000 cashapp again this time to Kyle Brian $kb121187.

Know 2 days ago they said that they are just about finish in order for me to see the repair know I have to pay an additional $500, that's where I drew the line I told him you will not get another dime from me this is a scam/fraud and I want my money back, he said there are changes on my report but I just can't see it until I pay the money.This company will lie to you and steal your money.Please do not trust them.

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#1 General Comment

Scammers getting Scammed, again....

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, July 20, 2020

You have a bankruptcy which has damaged your credit.  I have to assume that the bankruptcy is legitimate, because you do not claim otherwise.  So you hired a guy who promised to "remove" the bankruptcy from your credit history...how, exactly?  There's no LEGITIMATE way to do that if the bankruptcy actually happened- and again, you don't dispute it.  So what you paid for was a Cover-Up and Falsification of your credit history- this guy promised to "remove" a legitimate part of that history, so that your credit rating could be artificially- and fraudulently- inflated.  So you could go back to borrowing money with a falsified credit rating.

Well, sorry, but the only way legitimate items can be removed from your credit history is through negotiation with the creditors and TIME.  You aren't going to get some computer hacker to do it, and it won't be done with phony "tradelines" that use smoke and mirrors to try to con creditors into thinking you've reformed and are now a better risk than you actually are.  Eventually you'll get caught and your credit score will have an even bigger red flag attached.  You threw $1700 away on nothing- $1700 that could have been used to help fix your score by paying your bills on time, every time.

You attempted to scam your future creditors, only to get scammed yourself.  Nobody should feel sorry for you. 

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