Report: #1157172

Complaint Review: heartland payment systems - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: pissedoff merchant — apopka Florida
  • heartland payment systems Nationwide USA


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I was approached by a Heartland Payment System salesman at my business and he said he could save me money on my credit card processing. I told him I would try his company but I would not sign a 3 year contract. He said no problem. My cost went up so I cancelled. They told me I signed a 3 year non cancellable contract and I would be charged $295. I asked them to send me a copy of the contract and it was a obvious forgery. My signature cut and pasted. I refused to pay and it went to collection. The collection agency sent me affadavit documents to sign claiming the signature was forged and they still would not remove the charge. I paid to remove the collection. Heartland payment systems cannot be trusted. Salesman lied to get a sale and forged my signature. Crooks ,plain and simple.

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