Report: #384158

Complaint Review: Credit Acceptance Corp - Southfield Michigan

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  • Reported By: onaway Michigan
  • Credit Acceptance Corp 255225 W Twelve Mile Rd Southfield, Michigan U.S.A.

Credit Acceptance Corp try to run my credit Southfield Michigan

*Consumer Suggestion: Is this a case of fraud or ID theft?

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My son (who is in the marines)needed a car so I went to a car dealer to get a car. I found a 1996 dodge status nice car but previous owner had hit something with it . my son being a mechanic might be able to fix for cheap I asked If I could test drive .Which I did. I then returned the car in the allotted time .It was never in my name but this company went a head and put this on my credit any way now my credit is for the birds

onaway, Michigan

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Is this a case of fraud or ID theft?

AUTHOR: Renee - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 08, 2008

Did you sign any papers such as a retial installment contract? There is no way the dealer can (legally)just put a car in your name without your consent and your signature on a retail installment agreement. If you honestly did not sign any agreement all you need to due is report the dealer to the police for fraud and identity theft. Once you have gotten a police report number you can contact the credit bureaus and advise them that you were a victim of identity theft and they will have you complete some paperwork and the police and they can take care of this matter.

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