Report: #362462

Complaint Review: WFS Financial And Wachovia Dealer Service - Irving Texas

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  • Reported By: Reseda California
  • WFS Financial And Wachovia Dealer Service P O Box 168048 Irving, Texas U.S.A.
  • Phone: 800-289-8004
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  • Category: Loans

WFS Financial And Wachovia Dealer Service Automobile preditory lending on senior citizen Irving Texas

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About 2 years ago, I purchased a car from Keyes Toyota. It had a 3 day right to rescind. It took them about a month to get financing with WFS Financial with 21% interest. I told them that was too high. I was told that I couldn't return the car but that in 6 months, I could refinance it with a lower rate. They claimed that they sold the company to Wachovia Dealer Services, although they are still in operation, and when I requested refinancing from Wachovia, they denied me.

I am a senior citizen. I can no longer afford the large payment of $867.00. I need help to cancel the contract and get all the excess money they took from me.

Reseda, California

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