National Freight Incorporated - National Freight Incorporated scam!!!!!!!

Posted on Sunday, August 21st, 2011 at 4:40pm CDT by 68a887bc

Product: Regional Trucking services

Company: National Freight Incorporated

Location: National Freight Incorporated (856) 405-0975 42 N West Ave, Vineland, NJ 08360
Vineland and lawside, NJ, 08360, US

URL: http://www.nfiindustries.com/

Category: Other

For the past two years 4 years I have opened an account with AccountNow.com .

The good thing about this account is its simplicity. The consumer can log on online to verify the balance,change a new pin number or change a new address.

The adverse disadvantage is that when you have left your previous employer. The black accountants and dispatchers who know your social security can easily tap-into your account without being detected as a fraud since this account system was not set up to block any thieves from penetrating your sensitive information.

All three locations have tapped into my account without my knowledge so they can steal $7100.00 . I wonder how on earth they knew excatly how much I earned and which locations I withdrew the funds.

I would not trust any accountant working for NFI industries. Its a get rich rip-off skim.


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john s., 2012-10-09, 04:53PM CDT

AccountNow ADA Discrimination Class Action Lawsuit

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AccountNow debit cardA California man who is unable to effectively communicate verbally after suffering a stroke has filed a class action lawsuit against prepaid debit card company AccountNow for refusing to communicate with him by email and insisting he deal with the company over the phone.

Plaintiff Richard Halavais accuses AccountNow of a ?systematic pattern of discrimination,? unfair business practices and civil rights violations refusing to accommodate his requests by email to secure a new AccountNow card. Halavais is ?unable to effectively communicate verbally? due to a stroke, the class action lawsuit says, and receives his disability checks ? his only source of income ? though an AccountNow prepaid card. He contacted the company to order a new card because his old one was due to expire, and explained that he could not talk on the phone due to a stroke that left him disabled and unable to effectively speak.

According to his class action lawsuit, AccountNow's refusal to accommodate his disability left Halavais without access to his disability checks and forced him to hire an attorney to help him get a new AccountNow card. When he did get the new card, he was unable to withdraw money from an ATM with his old PIN and was locked out after several failed attempts to get money. Halavais first contacted AccountNow by email on May 21, and did not resolve the issue until July. By that time he was in a rest home and unable to pay for his medicine and medical bills, the class action lawsuit says.

"On July 10, 2012 plaintiff was finally able to access the money deposited into his account, but only after numerous phone calls by Plaintiff's counsel, because Defendant refused to aid Plaintiff by e-mail," the AccountNow class action lawsuit states.

"Throughout this entire course of events, even after the risk management department was involved and informed of the situation, Defendant did not present any alternative methods of communication by which Plaintiff could have resolved the issues with defendant."

The class action lawsuit is seeking damages for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Unruh Civil Rights Act and unfair business practices.

A copy of the AccountNow ADA Class Action Lawsuit can be read here.

The case is Richard Halavais v. AccountNow, Inc., Case No. 12-cv-1921 BEN RBB, U.S. District Court, Southern District of California.

john s., 2012-10-12, 03:19PM CDT

join this group so we can bring charges on accountnow for theft

http://www.complaintsboard.com/groups/stop-accountnow-g3716.html

sign this petition to stop them from this theft

http://www.change.org/petitions/accountnow-inc-return-the-money-they-stole-stop-the-2-dollar-phone-fees

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