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Complaint Review: DMCC - Boca Raton Florida

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DMCC-700 Ripoff 1-800-863-9011 DMCC said Circuit City accepted proposal of $57.00 when they didn't Boca Raton Florida

*Author of original report: DMCC-Destroyed my credit rating on my credit report!!!

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March 17, 2004

This letter is to notify you (Central Credit Services, Inc.) that I have received your notice of March 4, 2004 and I dispute the validity of this debt and all portions thereof. In your letter to me dated March 4, 2004
it states to contact you within 30 days. I did so on March 17, 2004, and spoke to Mike Stevens, but he is the Manager and part owner of Central Credit Services,
Inc. and he refused to accept any payments on this Circuit City account.

Dina set this account up with DMCC (a debt consolidation program) The first payment she sent was received by DMCC and $57.00 sent to First North American National Bank( Circuit City's Bank) on October 27, 2003.
The next payment Dina sent for $57.00 was received by DMCC on November 27, 2003 and they kept that payment as their fee(which messed up the 3 consecutive months payment rule) Dina also sent a payment of $57.00 that was received by DMCCon December 27, 2003. Dina also sent a payment in January 2004 to DMCC for $57.00
and also in February to DMCC for $57.00. Dina also sent a payment that was received by DMCC for the March 27, 2004 payment and that $57.00 was sent to the Circuit City account #1523009500059651. (6) payments total and (1) mailed on 3/14/04 for the 3/27/04 due date in the amount of $57.00 so now (7) payments all together.

Dina was told by DMCC that the $57.00 proposal they mailed to Circuit City was accepted by Circuit City on November 5, 2003 and that all payments were being paid to Circuit City and that the debt consolidation program was accepted by Circuit City for Dina to make payments on the Circuit City account.

The letter from Central Credit Services, Inc. states to contact you in writing within 30 days after receiving the March 4, 2004 notice, which Dina did call 1-800-387-7202 and spoke with Mike Stevens on March 17, 2004 and offered to him for her to pay the balance due of $2,912.84 which Mr. Mike Stevens refused to accept her payment and this conversation is recorded on tape as proof of how Ms. Bennett was treated.

Mr. Stevens would not accept any partial payments from Dina or from Don (Dina's Father) who co-signed on account. Mr. Stevens was very rude and would not listen to the explanations from Dina regarding the payments being made through DMCC on this account and he refused to nicely discuss situation and threatened to sue Don (Dina Father) Mr. Steven also said he would not accept payment from Dina and he said Don had to pay the balance in full himself and that Dina could not make payments, even though he acknowledged a $57.00 payment in February from Dina, he would not accept any partial payments from Don or Dina and was yelling and threatening and very
inconsiderate of Dina medical illnesses to the point she was crying and very upset and was not given any chance to explain situation to Mr. Mike Stevens on how Dina had paid payments and was continuing to make payments to Circuit City with the DMCC consolidation company.

DMCC has proof of their communication and billing agreements with Circuit City and Dina will receive it shortly in the mail from DMCC. This is not Dina fault. Circuit City advised Dina on the phone on March 17, 2004 that "Yes, in November 2003 a proposal was sent to Circuit City and they(Circuit City) accepted the proposal for $57.00 as payment on the account from Dina to DMCC and then paid it to Circuit City. "Dina was also told that everything was accepted and set for scheduled payments for me to pay Circuit City $57.00 monthly payments.

Dina disputes the validity of this debt to a collection agency and therefore this account shouldn't have gone to collections since it was established and agreed upon and set up by DMCC as a Debt Conciliation Program payment.

The balance on March 4, 2004 on the Circuit City account was $2,582.47 and the Central Credit Services, Inc. stated they showed a payment of $57.00 recently
and also Circuit City said there was $387.37 in fees to the collection agency for them handling this account.

This letter is to notify Central Credit Services Inc and Mike Stevens and all those who are concerned that Dina and Don dispute this account and it's validity in ever being handed over to a collection agency when it was already set up on a DMCC Debt consolidation program and should never have goneto a collection agency when payments were agreed upon and being made by Dina on a monthly basis since October 27, 2003 and were approved by Circuit City.

Dina will continue to make payments to DMCC for the $57.00 in monthly payments that Circuit City agreed upon receiving November 5, 2003 November 5, 2003 per Conversation with Circuit City, they advised Dina R.
Bennett that they agreed to the proposal and accepted it on November 5, 2003 for the amount of $57.00 to be paid from Dina to DMCC every month thereafter. account was set up on the DMCC proposal with Circuit City on November 5, 2003 and balance on that date was $2,534.00. Circuit City did a charge off on March 4, 2004 in the amount of $2,582.47. $387.37 in fees was added for Central Credit Services profit.

This letter is within the 30 day notice in writing that Central Credit Services has asked for.

Mike Stevens said that if Dina or Don called he will nt accept the phone calls from them. (Have conversation recorded)Dina offered to make payment to Mr. Mike Stevens and he refused and said he would not accept payment from Dina and he said that Don had o pay the amount due in full not Dina .

All of this should have never happened. Dina set up the debt consolidation to avoid any of this happening with collections.

This is an error and Don and Dina dispute the validity of this debt due to it was already accepted and agreed by Circuit City to have Dina make payments of $57.00 per month (the debt consolidation program)DMCC and they both agreed that Dina would send the $57.00 to Circuit City.

cc: Attorney General's Office
Circuit City
First North American National Bank
Better Business Bureau

Dewey, Arizona

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#1 Author of original report

DMCC-Destroyed my credit rating on my credit report!!!

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

POSTED: Thursday, May 13, 2004

DMCC was supposed to keep my first payment as their initial payment fee of $197.00 per month. Instead they sent out my first payment, kept my second and sent out my third. This caused Circuit City to drop me from the debt management program. Now no one can fix this and my credit report is ruined. All because I decided to do a debt consolidation. My credit was better before I signed up with DMCC.

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