Friday, June 19, 2009

Screwed Up

Finally, I had cancelled my credit card. I don’t want any of those recurring monthly payments ($35) from my Bally’s membership. I can’t believe I was screwed up in that deal. It seemed as though I signed a contract for life with them. There’s no way out! Geeeee… I never thought those kind of unethical, dishonest contracts do really exist! I guess, you can just make any contract you want and as long as there’s somebody who signed it, then it’s good to go! It’s unbelievably true and frustrating. I had sent them another mail and based on what I’ve read from, they’d be sending me to collections if I don’t pay it. Thus, ruining my credit. Those who were screwed up like me just pay the monthly payments coz they don’t want a bad credit. Right now, I’m just building a credit and it’s ruined right away. Too bad. Well, I don’t pay mortgages and car loans and my husband buys things for me. I think, it doesn’t matter. I’m expecting the worse and hope that they will cancel my membership. Fingers cross!

4 Grateful Heart's Words:

Alicia said...

uuugg! I'm sorry you are going through this. I hate getting ripped off by the "fine print." I think most people would be able to relate to what you are going through. I hope it all works out ok. :0

My church puts out a small pamphlet that focuses on family finances and helps people get out of financial problems. It's free! Here's the link to the PDF format if you are interested. It has some great advice.

Salute said...

Hi Shawie,
I hope it all works out for the good. I can easily relate to what you are dealing with. It is a mess!!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

There's not much you can do but probably report it to the proper authorities. You can then elevate this case to the Lord so He will take care of you and punish them. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

Warren Baldwin said...

Sorry this is happening! Have you posted on this before? This is the first I've read of it. God bless. We got ripped of on a card scam once, too, but fortunately the bank reimbursed us. wb