This company has taken $500 from me for a loan in which I never received. They told that the funds were used for transfer fees and service fees. I should have known better. I wired the funds through Western Union.
**Do not send this company any money- They are 100% fraud.**
Consumer Action Taken:
I tried to communicate with the party in a professional and calm matter but they were very nasty and unprofessional.
Date This Problem Happened: June 4, 2015
State You Live in: South Carolina
Age Range: 21-35
Total Amount of Fee Paid: $500
Company Name: American Financial Services, Springleaf
Company Telephone Number:
Website of Company: springleaf.com
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1 thought on “Springleaf / American Financial Services- Consumer Complaint – June 5, 2015”
I, personally have a loan through Springleaf and I have never had any issues with them, nor did they charge $500 for fees and services. When I took out my loan, it was $1208. $200 of it went to pay for disability and unemployment insurance and I received a check for $1000 that I walked out of their office with same day. They never once asked me to wire money and it was mandatory that I went into a brick and mortar building and show my documents. (paystubs, checking account statement, and proof of residency) I do believe that a scam artist got ahold of you and did this. I also have not heard or seen American Financial associated with Springleaf, but I am in Illinois, and it could be an affiliate.