Diana was shocked that an Internet loan offer put money in her account then withdrew fees without permission. She had mistakenly provided her account number to see if she qualified for a loan not authorizing it.
Diana who asked her last name not be used said, “I’m shocked they could authorize the loan and put the money in there without me speaking to anybody.”
Credit Advisors of Omaha has seen this many times before, with clients paying up to 1200 percent on loans they didn’t expect or authorize.
Credit Advisors Inc.is working on a plan to unhook Diana from the Internet loan site that has withdrawn $225 in fees already on just a $250 loan.
C-M-G group is the Internet loaner. The better business bureau warns the site is based off shore but uses a Kansas City address.
Credit Advisors Inc. provided tips for anyone who finds themselves tangled in an unwanted Internet based loan.
Find out the name of the originating bank. Request that the bank reverse the initial deposit. If you did not authorize the deposit they can send it back electronically.
File a complaint with copies of bank statements ( with account information blacked out) attached showing all questionable transactions with:
The Federal Trade Commission at FTC.com so they can get it on their record to judge the scope of the problem.
The Attorney General of Nebraska to protect rights should they attempt to pursue you with collections.
Better Business Bureau of Nebraska and Kansas- Kansas has achieved some results with this company
Open up a second account with another bank or credit union to use for depositing cash or checks until this is resolved.