GE Money Bank Bluffton Indiana Review

I was matched with GE money bank through a loan matching guarantee place. one day they required me to have $190 in my bank but then they told me to put it on a green dot money card they said that money would be transferred back to my green dot money card in it wasn’t. The next day they wanted $160 for a transfer fee. And the next day they wanted $60 for taxes. All sent to them a total of $375 on a green dot money card. We did research and again we have been scammed they are using the GE logo and the GE money website has a warning on their website about these people and please do not get scammed I wish we would’ve seen that before. We made we called the police put them on speaker phone on one phone and then made a call on another and the please officer heard them say that we would have our money back and seven business days. We called them back on the seventh day and they said they never said that that it would take six months to get any money back. They called us back several times after we accuse them of being scammers and having AF rating with the Better Business Bureau in the argued with us that they did not. for like two weeks they would call back and ask us to send more money and we could get our money if they if they just got a little bit more money from us but we just would say please stop calling and finally they did.b

1600 N McMullien Booth Road Clearwater , Florida USA



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