Asked by Jared1234 on 08-07-2020 16:10:25
Question posted in the National Credit Act Law category relating to Gauteng
My name is Jared, I did apply a loan oline 3 years back and I didn't get any loan from SA Home,but computech Credit Service sent me an email that l owe them in the amount of R2093.00. I have refused but they keep on sending me emails that, they going to black mail me.
I have seen many complaints about this company and it is a scam. How can i get rid of them. I sent them mails that I will not pay for a loan I have not recieved. but there is no reply on mail or on their contact number
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 10-07-2020 21:21:27
I see that you haven't made a payment for the question, but I'm going to assist you a little. If you want to ask a follow-up question, please make the required payment.
Clearly the amount of R2093 is their fee for assisting you with the loan application. While I don't know if it is a scam or not, it looks to me as if the "small print" says that you are actually just using them to make loan applications on your behalf.
To get rid of them permanently, you need to pay them!
Please remember this is a dialog if you have follow-up questions please make the required payment, then use the REPLY button and ask your further question. I would like to continue assisting you, but I need to concentrate on people who make payments for their questions.
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