ok so collect500 deposited my account with the 400 I asked for!!!! I immediatley called the bank...(that account is SUPPOSED to have a hard freeze no ins and outs!)
Now like the 30th customer serv. rep at BOA has told me a different story. So now supposedly hard freeze means no debits from account and account can't ever be reopened...BUT I can get the money collect 500 deposited! I have to wait till it clears so we will see...has anyone had this happend before?????
as for the difficult company Paydaywiz...I sent a follow up letter stating that since they were soooo nasty in our correspondance, I was going to contact their state licinsing company and sent our emails to them (in which they had been very rude and nasty)
they responded saying that they would give me the 200 but ONLY in a bank acct. Well since BOA has assured me that no one can debit the acct, I told them go ahead and put it in there.
We will see if that actually happens. Either way , paydaywiz did finally send the PIF letter.
No my worry is this BOA acct. if these customer service reps. are lying....I am gonna hit the ROOF.
I can actually see the credit from collect500 and they have sent a letter stating it is for overpayment.
Does this email sent from collect500 qualify as a PIF letter?
This email is to confirm that you now have no outstanding balance on your account. The account is closed and paid in full and there will be no further collection efforts by Collect500 or any of its affiliates on this account. Your $400 ACH overpayment has been processed. Warm Regards,
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