Has anyone got a PDL from Rightaway Financial Group or Resource Financial Group. If so we need to talk. Check out your state law regarding PDL to see if they are legal. If not, contact your State Attorney General Office to inform them of these illegal practices. He has a terrible record with BBB and only has a po box in the state of Utah which I was told was going to be shut down. Colorado knows of his illegal activities but they can't do anything about it because he is working with the bank of South Dakota and it is a corporation. Asisde from that he should not give loans to states where it is illegal. Also, I was told that he doesn't reply to letters, phone calls, summons, etc. He thinks he above the law and something needs to be done about it. He calls jobs, residences and references like a crazed stalker. We do have rights under the Consumer Fair Lending Law and he doesn't pay any attention to that. Right now I am working with the State Attorney General's office in my state to try to get some of the money that I paid him. I got a loan for $600 and my payback was $1500. I was penalized severly for missing one pay day because I had to pay doctors bills and mortgage. I am just waiting to see what or if he responds which I doubt very seriously. I also contacted FTC and a investigation will not occur unless several people make complaints against this company. So if you have been a victim of his late night calls to your home or several telephone calls to your job talking to your supervisor or other co-workers, lets talk and maybe something can be done to stop the nightmare that is Derek.
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