Asked by Andre22
on 05-06-2019 09:41:00
Question posted in the Consumer Protection Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 400.00
I unfotunately clicked on a Loan Company and filled in my details. I saw a debit order came off from my bank account and after getting the details from the debit order, I managed to trace it to a Company called Computech Credit services and their 'legal' company Creditpro Pty Ltd sent me a demand for payment of R594.90. I pais this amount and sent a proof of payment. Earlier I sent an email to Computech Credit Services telling them to cancel any membership they have on file, as as I will not be making use of their services anymore. I received a Secon Demand letter last night. I googled their name and saw a host of complaints for the same thing. I need some legal advice as what to do to get rid of this company and moreso that they dont harm my credit record. Any advice on how to deal with them, will be greatly appreciated. Note - they do not respond to emails and their phone numbers dont work, you hold for at least 15 minutes and then the calls drop. Thanks Andre Jacobs 0720672608
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