• Stolen money out of my bank account

      SavingMakesMoney.com (55 Complaints)

      I was scammed into applying for a loan, and never received anything , and to top it off money was deducted from my account from a money market network and was telling me to put money on a green dot card in the amount $750 for the company Savings Makes Money, and they are deducting money from my account and now my account is overdrawn $160 mind you putting me in a situation to as where I cannot pay my bills, And also take into consideration that I DO NOT WANT THERE OFFERING, I'VE CALLED TO INFORM THIS COMPANY AT 818-309-1344 SPOKEN WITH REPRESENTATIVES AND MANAGERS WHICH BY THE WAY WAS RUDE AND NON RESOURCEFUL, SO PLEASE LOOK INTO THIS ASAP AND RETURN MY MONEY. THE NAME OF THE PERSON I SPOKE TO WAS STEVE KNOWLEF IF THATS EVEN A REAL NAME.

      Complaint resolution: I DEMAND MY MONEY BACK IN THE AMOUNT OF $160

    • Amount: $160.00

      Country: USA

      State: CA

      Added: Jan 23, 2014

      ID#: 4606


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    Reported by: LYNN87

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    • Company Phone:

    • 818-309-1344, 818-308-1344
    • Sales Person:

    • Steve Knowlef (represented), Hailey Havens, Jean Spears

    • Company Address:

    • 16133 Ventura Boulevard

    • Managers:

    • Elizabeth Smith

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    Gordon Millar

    Dec 14, 2014 2:16 PM

    People have to realize theses scammers are not all there upstairs. They try though and leave their scams very detectable. When they are using bank accounts to steal peoples money, someone connected to their scam has to have ownership to the account that peoples funds are being deposited in to. That person that owns that account is 100% responsible for all transactions that are made to and from their account. Now once a report has been made against the owner of the account to their bank, they will be locked out of their account completely till the bank has done their full investigations with their security and frauds department. Now when your filling out the applications for loans...etc and you agree to the terms and conditions as well and pre authorized debit that they require, that put's you on the hook and they in fact can withdraw money in the amount that is stated in their terms and conditions. BUT!!! Their charging for a service and not meeting up with what they are initially offering in their services. So when the report has been made, their bank is going to do a full audit on that persons account and will in fact contact each and every individual that was involved in every transaction for verifications. As soon as somethings not right, that person that owns that account is in serious trouble. Being victim to their scams and not just sucking it up and walking away from it, and actually dealing with it, I was able to get some pretty interesting information on how it all goes down.

    Gordon Millar

    Dec 14, 2014 1:50 PM

    It's not hard to get your money back. I was scammed from a company that took me for $3,600.00. All you have to do is go to your bank, have them track what institution took the pre authorized debit from your account, have them contact that institution that the money was sent to, your bank will then get the account holders information and then they will request that the money be credited back to your account as it was not authorized and their bank has no choice but to or they can be sued and then their bank will go after the account holder to retrieve their funds back. Took me 1 hour to have my funds credited back to my account.

    Tim Taylor

    Nov 29, 2014 12:03 PM

    I just got hit for 87.00. That was a unauthorized deduction to be taken out of my account, never was mentioned at all. Not even in the fine writing, plus my overdraft fee of 33.00.i want my money back bunch of scammers. Tim Taylor

    Virginia Sizer

    Nov 26, 2014 11:33 PM

    I just got hit for $87.00 and I didn't authorize anything. only had $16.59 in account until my SS check comes in next month. now my account is overdrawn along with a $36,00 overdraft fee. How do you get your money back and stop anymore charges from coming through???

    Tammy Wilson

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    How do you deal with this kind of company the continues to scam people and take from their account without authorization. Can they reported to the BBB? this situation has caused be so much stress and I am not sure that they even cancelled the membership that I never agreed to. Bank tell me to change my account number to stop further deductions. I have had this account for more than 15 years and they need to be stopped.

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