WK in Minnesota said: “I just opened some old mail today to find a check issued to me at my “new” address (since January 2010). The check is dated April 12, 2010 and the explanation printed says that it is for “the reimbursement of a credit on on your credit card account xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-####.”
AE in Michigan said: “I wondered why my debt was not being paid off and didn’t understand what Debt Cancellation was. I asked Customer Service at Best Buy and they couldn’t help me. I sent an email to Best Buy and received no answer. I finally called an 800 number and was told it was insurance for in case of death. I informed them that if I was asked if I wanted such coverage I would have told them “No.”
Ad in Indiana said: “I filed my taxes with H&R Block two days ago and have been for 10 years. I have filed them the same way every year. This year I was denied due to HSBC. I called HSBC and they told me I owe $429 from 2004. I asked why she waited almost 7 years to tell me this? She said they have sent out letters and I said well, I have received everything else from them and even took out a $1,000 loan on DEC. of 2009 and was approved.
Rick in California said: “When I went to Best Buy to make some purchases I was invited to apply for a Best Buy Credit Card. Not thinking I would get approved I said sure, we can try. To my surprise, not only did I get a Best Buy Credit Card but I also received a Best Buy Rewards Master Card and had them put the Debt Cancellation on both cards.
JM in Wisconsin said: “We financed our home in Jan.27 2009, With Beneficial Wisconsin Inc. 1981 E. Mason Street Green Bay, Wi 54302. When we financed the loan we did most of the arrangement over the phone, because we were 100 miles from lender. We talk about the interest rate and they started off saying that it would be around 6% because the credit was tight and money was hard to get.