I was contacted by a Mr. Daniel Wilson that I was approved for a loan of $3,000 if I only would place a deposit of $150 on three(3) Wal-Mart Money Cards on Friday.
I proceeded to deposit $50 on each of the Wal-Mart Money Cards that were being asked of me. I provided all the necessary information that was asked of me. I was told that I would be contacted in 30 minutes of my providing the card numbers. I called again after about 45 minutes to confirm my loan.
I was informed by Mr. Wilson that I would be receiving a call and a text in about 20 minutes. I never heard back from him or anyone with the company about my loan. I continued to try to contact Mr.
Wilson with no contact made. I finally reached Mr. Wilson on Monday morning and was told that I needed to put up another $300 before I could get my loan. I advised Mr.
Wilson that I was asking to cancel my loan and would like my $150 deposit refunded. I was told by Mr. Wilson that I wasn't going to receive my refund unless I provided him with the other $300 he was asking for. I advised Mr.
Wilson that I wasn't asking for the loan and all I wanted was my money refunded. Mr. Wilson told me that I had no right to that money. As I was advising Mr.
Wilson that I was going to file a police report and also report him and his company to the Better Business Bureau. He told me that I could do whatever I wanted because he had all the proof he needed to show the police that I had applied for so many loans and was denied. I advised Mr. Wilson that it was not against the law to apply for loans and when I told him that I had every right to my refund, he hung up on me.
I called back and informed Mr. Wilson that it ws very rude for him to hang up on customers. He stated that he had every right to hang up on me since I had no right no raise my voice to him. I told him that I had every right as an upset customer to raise my voice, but not once did I ever curse as him.
I just received a phone call from Mr.
Wilson (time of call: 4:13 pm. CST) and he DEMANDED the $300 and I just hung up on him.
Review about: Ge Money Bank Loan.
Monetary Loss: $150.