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Nov. 30, 2022, 3:33 a.m.
The outcome of my case was good. Choice Home Waranty agree to pay out so I could call my own technician. I didn’t however like the amount of time it took to receive the check. The check came 27 days after it was approved.
Nov. 29, 2022, 8:28 a.m.
Lowes, after 2-1/2 months of not having a washer, finally replaced the washer. Originally, I was told that since I had not use a Lowes Credit Card, nothing could be done. So I thank NoNoNo for their assistance.
Nov. 28, 2022, 12:19 p.m.
They eventually refunded my money. I am 58 years old, I have NEVER had anything remotely like this in my life. Not only were BOTH toys destroyed, they were LATE and one was not even in its original box. It was delivered in a huge bag. Broken into pieces. Not only was our great nephew devastated, our niece had to take time out of her busy schedule to physically return the toys to a Walmart near her because the one didn’t come with a box!!! Then, since I used my card for the purchase, Walmart took its time to issue the refund. To ME!!! Why didn’t they give our niece the money? Or a store credit of some type? Then she could have bought the 5-yr old something else! Best case scenario would have been for them to exchange the items for ones not destroyed. Or better yet, ship them in something more than a BAG!!!
Aug. 14, 2018, 7:24 a.m. by Frances
Three months ago I signed to Lexington law to repair my credit the next month after I signed my son using the same credit card his bill for the first time supposed to be in 1995 that's the only approval I made and allowed them to make but every month after they've been charging my credit card and the price of 2495 now before contacting you guys I reached out to Lexington Law over three times they reimburse me 1995 which was told to me it was just because they overcharged me and late fee my bill is roughly around 1 19 a month, I have a charge on my credit card which was made yesterday for the amount of 2495 and as well of last month for the amount of 2495 I feel like at this point contacting the offices is just going to aggravate and assault me even more because I don't appreciate after I contacted them about this over and over approximately three to four times and yet again it's still happen, I feel like I'm getting robbed to a point because I trust these people with my credit problems and they robbing me for my money basically I don't care for what bill that I didn't agree to it's not my bill What charges has been made that I did not agree to at this point apologies would not be acceptable just for them not charges note that upon I contacted Lexington law to inform them that I reported my card and lost and that i will be contacting the Better Business Bureau if current charges apply so then so it was and am how am I still seeing charges, all charges other than what I agreed upon!
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