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  • SANTANDER CONSUMER USA INC. - DALLAS TEXAS

    Santander Consumer USA Holdings is consumer finance company that makes auto loans and unsecured consumer loans. In 2014, SCUSA became a public company. As of June 1, 2015, the Better Business Bureau reports this company is not accredited. On Feb 25, 2015, Santander Consumer USA, Inc., and the United States Department of Justice, entered into a Consent Order.

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    for harassment and unlawful interest rate fees that do not allow you to ever get out of debt with them.if your interested put a "Suit Against Santander" in the Subject Area.

    Today's Date is April 11,2011

    We live in the DC Metro Area (MD/VA/DC)

    by: Liar, Liar this company lies

    by: Liar, Liar this company lies

    This is to announce that members of members of U. S. Veterans groups and members of PTSD and Epilepsy Foundations are going to organize a huge protest at the Dallas H.Q. of Santander Consumer U.S.A..

    This is in regards to the unlawful termination of an employee who has PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and Traumatic Brain Injury related Epilepsy. This is a growing problem in the U.S. with soldiers returning to the workforce. The Corey Goode VS Santander Consumer U.S.A/SCUSA law suit may be the ground breaking law suit that many veterans and supporters of the victims of PTSD, TBI and Epilepsy have been waiting for. The plaintiff has collected hundreds of emails and recorded some very embarrassing conversations between himself and Management and the SCUSA HR department including the Senior VP.

    Several local and national news agencies will be present for the protest as will dozens of people who are a part of a Class Action Law Suit against SCUSA for harassment as well as the unrelenting calls to the families of deployed soldiers as well as actually repossessing their vehicles. This will be yet another embarrassing moment for the U.S. based arm of Santander’s bank of Spain. They may now actually be remembered as a poster child for three different hot button disabilities in the U.S. and in Europe. There has been a site started on Facebook for this cause and can be found at the link below.

    How many more scandals and public relations nightmares can Santander handle before they learn to change some of their hard ball policies? Time will only tell as this story unfolds. The date of the Protest will be released on their site the third week in July. The evidence is overwhelming and once it is in the media it will make many Board Members and Share Holders very frustrated. Follow this story by going to the website and by following the protest on National and possibly international media. The case will indeed be a God send for the many thousands of soldiers who are dealing with discrimination because of both PTSD and Epilepsy caused by Traumatic Brain Injuries while in the service.

    The number of people and groups associated with this Facebook site is staggering. Take a look at:


    Santander Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Fair Debt Collection Practices

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    I desperately want to be apart off this lawsuit against Santander.

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    * Now I have a Manager calling me because they are going through the recordings and that the people I spoke with were not correct but that they would like to honor the amounts that were offered.

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    I kept the car parked outside so they could retrieve it not knowing the day it would soon be gone and one day taking my grand-daughter to school it was gone. She was sad! Lord knows me too but couldn't express how tears flowed inside.

    I have been *Blessed* in getting around with many offering and praying one day I would get back on my feet and purchase another vehicle without all the sky rocket interest rates because of my bad credit. and the increase of the car value from $16,000 to $20,000 more than the car ever been worth. I was also told the thousands of dollars paid went toward interest so you may as well say the vehicle cost close to $25-30.000 not new. I inquired about the letter stating I could get the car for $8,000 and make payments but was told had to pay in full before auction two days later no car. Still awaiting letter on remaining balance from auction 6/7/17. I would like to be a participant of this class-action lawsuit. I believe this is one I wrote earlier but it doesn't hurt to inquire again especially with a follow-up

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    I am Lost at what to do, at this point , I cant trade the car off

    to get away from them. all I can think of is letting them take the car back. but, then I can't get a loan to get another vehicle..

    WHAT DO I DO . can I join this class action lawsuit ?

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    Was 16,000,and they charge 32 000

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    Please tell me how to get in on this

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    I FELL BEHIND ON MY NOTES DUE TO HARDSHIP. THE CONSTANT PHONE CALLS BEGAN AND I WAS STALKED, FOLLOWED AND CHASED BY A REPO MAN THAT WAS IN AN UNMARKED VEHICLE. WHEN I CALLED SANTANDER, I WAS QUOTED AN AMOUNT OWED OF $3,000+ IN FEBRUARY 2017 AND MADE AN ARRANGEMENT TO PAY $2,500 OF IT THAT NEXT DAY AND PAY MY REGULAR NOTE OF $487 THE FOLLOWING WEEK AND THAT WOULD REMOVE THE REPO ORDER. I DID THAT BUT THE FOLLOWING WEEK RECEIVED A STATEMENT AND MORE PHONE CALLS FOR AN ADDITIONAL $1,900+ (WITH $1,300 BEING PAYMENTS AND THE REMAINING BEING FEES) DUE IMMEDIATELY. APRIL 18,2017, MY TRUCK WAS REPO'D BY K&K TOWING. MY HUSBANDS WALLET AND WORK EQUIPMENT WAS IN THE VEHICLE AND I WAS CHARGED $50 BY THE TOWING COMPANY TO RETRIEVE MY PERSONAL BELONGINGS FROM THE VEHICLE AS WELL AS FORCED TO SURRENDER THE KEY TO THE VEHICLE IN ORDER TO RETRIEVE MY BELONGINGS. WHEN I PAY AT LEAST $900 OF THE $1300+ THAT THEY CLAIM I OWE, I CAN THEN RETRIEVE THE VEHICLE FROM THE TOW YARD BUT WILL HAVE TO PAY $150 STORAGE FEE THAT SANTANDER HAS SO GRACIOUSLY OFFERED TO TACK ONTO MY NOTE SINCE I ADVISED THAT I WOULD NOT HAVE THAT MONEY AFTER PAYING OUT ALL OF THE OTHER MONEY TO THEM.

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    These people must be stopped, and Blythe Masters arrested and put in jail. End of story. I see by all the comments above, I am not alone in my experience.

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    to still get in on this class action?

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    with 2 children. Clearly I couldnt afford it but they

    gave it to me anyways then sold my mortgage. I lived in Billerica Ma and ended up losing my home It was about 8 years ago the address was 70 pond street billerica ma thanks for any help susan waring

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    1) 04 Chrysler Crossfire purchased on 9/17/2014 for $13,913.25

    2) interest rate of 25.49%. Payment of $383/mo. For 72 months. Not affordable but needed transportation and not many options. Yearly income of about $35k

    3) car was in an accident in September 2016 and ended up in a Geico approved shop, Classic Collission in Atlanta, GA, where the car was flooded through negligence on the body shop's behalf. It was reported to Santander and Geico as a total loss on 1/27/2016.

    4) Geico advised to have car sent to CarMax for second opinion on total loss/repair estimate. Santander repossessed car from shop, no notification and after total was reported.

    5) no action or communication from geico or Santander for about 13 months after total, and Santander continued collection calls and severely damaged credit score

    1) first two month deferment requested in March of 2015, approved, but credit zinged and collection calls began in April. Santander was contacted and after a struggle they kind of fixed the payment plan But credit was left damaged, no fault of mine

    2) second 2 month deferment requested after car had been in the shop in 2016 and was supposed to be totaled out. We were told the deferment was approved but later found out through harassing collection calls that the deferment had been denied, no notice given

    1) on roughly 3/25/2017 we received an itemized statement from Santander stating they sold the totaled car and that we owed $13,351.30. This is almost $600 less than the purchase price. So after years of payments and the vehicle being totaled out by Geico we still basically owe what the vehicle was purchased for almost 3 years prior.

    2) interestingly enough, santander's account itemization does not show any payment from Geico for the total, which should have been at least $6k+.

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    They didn't mail things as requested, sent other peoples paperwork to us, records liability major issues as they don't keep good records from Western Union payments or deferrals or ALL THE TOOLS IN PLACE TO ASSIST CLIENTS! which you have to always pay a fee to them to pay your loan -always paying fees to pay them is a direct violation on so many levels. Western Union doesn't keep good payment records for historical or archived requests record searches from a client to companies, *Santander tosses liability to Western Union.(which they lost at least 1 courtcase on doing this). They violate both ACTS* Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) as well as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The lawsuit also alleges Santander breached its own contracts by charging improper fees.

    SAD ALL OF US HAVE TONS OF PROOF & SE ARE STILL GETTING SCREWED by this big bank (who how the he'll knows is getting better class & paperand ratings each quarter. )

    Also they took/repo'd car & rare but we made them return it & because of our evidence & a promise for meeting or Arbitration we sent paperwork but no dept says they can't call out?crazy? But no letters yet either? on meeting. bank should be held accountable for records, $charges & miscalculations of at least. 95% of their loans!

    Also THEY DAMAGED THE HELL OUT OF OUR VEHICLE. almost undriveable. so where is JUSTICE & ACCOUNTABILITY. like I said Federal Court (preferred Dallas,TX where Corporate offices are) should snatch this case up & make it an urgent priority for the American People!