Report: #1506518

Complaint Review: Uplift - Menlo Park CA

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  • Reported By: Anonymous Applicant — United States
  • Uplift 801 W El Camino Real Menlo Park, CA United States

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Uplift : Recently I tried to book a trip, with the assistance of Uplift's misrepresented payment offers. Initially Uplift offered 18% rates for 18 months. At the pre-Approval,  they did a flip-flop (before I hit Submit) then offered Terms of a 36% rate for 6-12 months-SEE ATTACHED. I promptly quit processing the Application and bowed out; apparently I was very, very, very lucky compared to the other online Reviewers, since 2018. 

  Adding insult to injury, the Las Vegas reps (Conan) very reluctantly cancelled my application (I sent several Emails to get someone to confirm). At a 36% rate you'd think a "reputable business" would always offer at least 18 months to repay. MESSY, MESSY.

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