That is why I don't use auto-pay. I do pay most bills on line, but I
authorize every payment. Only takes a few minutes. I've always made
mortgage and car payments on line but I'd often vary the amount extra
that I'd pay ahead. Paying extra every month also allowed me to pay off
the mortgage years earlier and save thousands in interest.
Earthlink did this same shit to me, with their internet service, years
ago. I clearly cancelled my account both by email and written letter.
They continued to bill me, even 3 months later, and after I had called,
complained, emailed more and sent more letters. I went to my bank,
someone from the bank called them, got the same run-around, and got
nowhere. I finally told the bank to change my account number.
After that, I got threats mailed to me, and it was eventually sent to a
collection agency. The collection agency DID listen to me, and the case
was dropped. I filed a complaint with the BBB against Earthlink, and in
the process found many more complaints against their company
(Earthlink), and a few other names they use. They are a very sleazy
I refuse to allow anyone to do auto-pay since then.
On 3/23/16 4:27 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Yeah, back in the day, that's what you had to do.
At least in my state, you couldn't rescind an account-drafting
authorization you gave to a vendor. You had to trust them to just quit
drafting. I had the same situation and had to close a checking account.
Happily, I can't even remember the vendor.
There are two ways to conquer and enslave a country. One is by the
sword, the other is by debt.
I used to have cell phone service with a major carrier (NOT Verizon) and
canceled it (poor service). They cut off service right away. It took
another 3 months to get the billing canceled (multiple phone calls,
endless repetitions of the same info, etc...).
fraud attempts. This happened several years ago when I was still mobile an
d I remember using my card at a convenience store
count. I think I need the money more than a Paki! o_O
only time the federal government has ever helped me when I asked for help.
I did have to get an attorney to assist me which cost thousands but I fina
lly got some help. I'm helpless without it. o_O
Most workers don't have a choice. You get a job you pay into SS. Unless one
is taking money under the table... locked in. I get mad when the system is
slammed and the shouts of it has no money, etc. Well, the libs made it a
Ponzi scheme before I was born. I was forced into it. They know they have t
front the money but refuse to address the issues. The critters worry about
minor crap while the major crap has fermented into congresscrap. This natio
is the greatest in the world but not like it was in so many ways. I wonder
if Pearl Harbor was bombed again the nation has the resiliency and fortitud
to recover... I will now shut up.
when somebody in Pakistan tried to use my card number.
ther fraud attempts. This happened several years ago when I was still mobil
e and I remember using my card at a convenience store
g account. I think I need the money more than a Paki! o_O
the only time the federal government has ever helped me when I asked for h
elp. I did have to get an attorney to assist me which cost thousands but I
finally got some help. I'm helpless without it. o_O
bank account and there was 12 cents in it. My SSI check hadn't come through
like it was supposed to. I called the Social Security office to ask WTF?!
It turns out that they'd sent me a letter that I didn't get and when they d
idn't hear back from me, they cut me off. I called right after the office o
pened explained the situation and was assured I get a return call from a ca
worker. I waited until the afternoon to call back and was told that the wom
an I supposed to speak with had left for the day. Now I must call them back
on Monday morning or get someone to take me to their office which is not t
hat far away from where I am. o_O
Your gov't inaction. What makes people think any gov't agency will serve
them well? Obamauncare, SSA, VA, etc. The libs big gov't thrust is lost on
I would contact your federal representatives to cut through the fog.
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