Report: #1372909

Complaint Review: Concord financial

  • Submitted: Fri, May 12, 2017
  • Updated: Fri, May 12, 2017
  • Reported By: Adam Wilson — Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA
  • Concord financial


Concord financial Barbara Merlin, Amber Davidson Dream vehicle wish gone 25 west 45 Street New York ny 10036 Internet

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 I been looking for auto financial for the longest time. And due to my credit being so destroyed due to my identity theft curse, it's been hard. But I kept searching and I got the call from these folks. I was getting ready for work at the time. Concord Financial called my cellphone this morning to state that I was approved for $25000. Amber Davidson was the lady that called me. Following that, an email was also sent to me as well. I told my dad and he was surprised that it was true. But starting to be skeptical about it from the beginning. I was truly happy cause I was saying I can finally release the 2010 chevy Malibu I currently have to trade for a 2011 Infiniti ex35. I told my mother as well and it took some convincing but she was willing to sign the notary papers. She did. Everything was all said and done. The dealer ship has all my information and is waiting on my end to get everything switched and completed. [continued below]....

..... At first I was sitting there debating, but I kept the dream alive. I sent funds to concord financial to make sure it was said and done. I sent $840 for the deposit and whatnot. Which was thru western union by cash. I kept my receipts and copies in my phone. A few days later I called back to Amber Davidson and found out the funds wasn't in my account. She went to the legal department to see what was going on. An hour later, she tells me that she misread the information. Which is very frustrating. So after she explained the details, I ended up believing her. Next thing you know, I get paid again and I sent them $810 more dollars for this insurance premium. Amber also quoted to me on her words. "The funds you sent are confirmed. The 810 is secured and paid for the deposit. And we just received the $810 as you paid (5-11-17 @ 10:50am). A few hours later, another phone call. Your check has been mailed out via FedEx and should arrive 24-48 hours. As for the remaining funds of $1346, that will be deposited into your checking account the next business day. So I screwed myself out of 2 paychecks from my job, and I'm stuck wondering what have I done. Golden rule : You don't send money to get money. Barbara Merlin answered my calls about 2 hours ago stating another stipulation. I have to send $2000 more and something about the contract is 8%. I already printed the documents and it shows 7.75%. So clearly my dad was right. And I'm so ashamed and distraught... I prayed this was not true. My dream vehicle is waiting for me and sadly it's gonna fade away because I was lied to and I sent my funds out to these humans. Despite my checking account being pre-paid via Ace Express (no withdrawals to overdraw from). I don't know how to explain this to my dad. And my mom signing the notary papers. I need my funds returned ASAP. Im so upset. How do I explain this to my parents that I lost over $1600?

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