Cisco Credit Services Inc Review

I was referred to Cisco Credit Services – Francisco Rojas by a realtor to inquire about fixing my credit. He was really quick in returning my initial calls. He emailed me his contract to review and sign. My husband was a bit reluctant but he assured us that his service came with a 100% money back guarantee. When I folllowed up on my case he would tell me that everything was going smooth and I would be seeing results soon. Mr. Rojas contacted me that he had negotiated a $24k Wells Fargo debt to settle for $9900 and that I could pay in 3 payments. He send me another contract for the Wells Fargo debt settlement and asked that I forward the payments to CCS. I was going thru a lot of issues with my sons health and a death in the family so I wasn’t really paying attention to my finances. After not being able to get a hold of Mr. Rojas i called Wells Fargo and they confirmed that there was NO SETTLEMENT…he kept my money and now he doesn’t return my calls and emails! This man is a thief and a liar! DON’T give him any money he doesn’t do anything but lead you on and he sure doesn’t fix anyone’s credit either! Stay far away from Cisco Credit Services Inc…this company doesn’t exist!

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Name: Cisco Credit Services Inc

Country: United States

State: California

City: Santa Ana

Address: 3941 S Bristol St Ste 330

Phone: (877) 489-6362

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