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Report: #1267525

Complaint Review: hyundai Motor Finance - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Never again — Streetsboro Ohio USA
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Set up automatic payments day 1 of lease, Payments were taken out every month for 3 years stopped taking out payments at the end of the lease I thought all was done, Talked to Their lease end people and the dealership before turning in the car made sure all was good and was told I would receive a 400 dollar disposition fee which I expected. Bill shows up 2 months later telling me I was late on my last payment owed the 635.00 and reported to credit bureau two late payments could not get any resolution or anyone to explain what to do Finally I was told I had to file a discrepancy report and maybe it would be taken off my report, I turned the car in to save more towards a new home for me and my family and these people screwed with my credit score I've never missed a payment before. I will NEVER buy another Hyundai or deal with these companies again

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#3 Author of original report

What are you talking about Jim

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POSTED: Tuesday, November 17, 2015

1.Leased one and bought one ( But you being a know it all already knew that!)

2.Are you just an angry person?

3.You need a lesson on manners your parents should be ashamed.

4. Get a Job

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#2 Author of original report

First off I bought 1 and leased one

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POSTED: Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Second I don't care what you think. Also Thanks for the english lesson Troll!!!! Losers like you think you got it all figured out. I'm not taking the time to write Verbatom everything that has happened. Get a job!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Guess What???

AUTHOR: Jim - (USA)

POSTED: Thursday, November 12, 2015

You say you won't BUY another Hyundai because of this?  Guess what?  You didn't "BUY" this one because you got into a CAR FLEASE.  They should at least offer to kiss you on the mouth for all the extra profit YOU gave them.  As for the payment discrepancy...this should be pretty easy to figure out.  When was that FLEASE payment due?  When was it processed as per the bank?  If the processing date shows you were on time then I would suggest you dispute it with the major credit bureaus. 

You do know you have the right to do that!  One more suggestion...in the English language we have something called punctuation and another thing called capitalization.  These things are taught in second and third grade.  Perhaps you should borrow a child's textbook and learn those lessons, otherwise writing like you did for public consumption makes you look like a first grader.

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