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Complaint Review: - Internet

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  • Reported By: Youngstown Ohio
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  • Internet U.S.A. bamboozled my account 4times totalling $342 in less than 3 days!!! Internet

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I applied on-line in anticipation of borrowing money for my daughter's 16th birthday.It was supposed to be a silent lending site. I now know why it was silent- in less than a couple days, the company withdrew over $342 from my empty account, causing me to be overdrawn, and in turn, owing the bank.

I had to physically go into the bank and close the account after explaining my embarrassingly bad choice of judgement, and paying all that money back to them.
And sad to say, even today after the account has been closed, I'm still receiving statements in the mail where the idiots were withdrawing monies even as I was closing out the account.
I learned the hard way.

M. Oliver
Youngstown, Ohio

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