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Direct Funding Services – Consumer Complaint – 11-10-2011 (2)

Date This Problem Happened: November 10, 2011

State You Live in: Pennsylvania

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $30

Company Name: Direct Funding Services

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number: 888-467-4349

Website of Company: direct

Consumer Statement:

30.00 was taken out of my account without permission which subsequently caused an overdraft. I am out 65.00.

Consumer Action Taken:

Called Direct Funding people could barely speak english, told them to refund me the 30.00. They said it would be taken off the interest of my loan, I explained there never was a loan. I am unemployed and disabled and on a fixed income I would not apply for a payday loan. They kept trying to offer services for the 30.00 fee I told them I want no services just my 30.00 returned. I couldn’t take anymore so I hung up on them.

If you feel you’ve been financially hurt by a debt relief company and deserve a refund, read these step-by-step instructions on how to proceed to attempt to get your money back.

If you do get your money back, come back and leave a comment about it. I’d love to praise companies that step-up and do the right thing for people.

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