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Greenleaf Finance UK – Consumer Complaint – 6-2-2012

Consumer Complaint Submission
Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

Greenleaf financial have taken £39.99 out my account without auth or notifing myself I have bank charges and sitting without any £ I want it refunded

Consumer Action Taken:

Sent hundreds of emails not heard anything back

Date This Problem Happened:

State You Live in: Edinburgh, Scotland

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: £39.99

Company Name: Greenleaf Finance

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company:

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  • greenleaf took money from my account today the 2nd/7/2012 49 99 and aye wasnt on there site they better get it back in my account cant even get a number for them been on 2 my bank there to rippin people of

  • My partner too has had £50.00 pounds taken from his account by this company which he knows nothing about, it has been reported to the bank fraud dept and has caused us nothing but hassle, please be aware of this company.

    • Hi my name is leanne plant you have took 49.95 twice out off my account you better put it back into my account or l will go to the police l mean it

      • If you are going to go to the police, go now. And on the way stop by your bank and change your bank account number and card details to prevent further debits.

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