peebleweeble

3 Contributions 78 People Helped

Member Since: June 2012

About Me: Linda Neil is an author who writes for children and who aspires to make a difference in a child’s life. She is inspired by our Heavenly Father who gives her courage and compassion to write for families who may have encountered domestic issues or problems within their family. Join in the love and laughter of her books, as she, also, believes that love and laughter is what heals the heart.

Most Helpful Contribution

Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express

Dec 06, 2018
Good Card
Helpful to 62 out of 64 people

I have this card and use it often for groceries and gas. They place your rewards on your next statement so the best way to acquire your reward credits is through gift cards. You will receive them in 7-14 days instead of the 45 - 60 credit on your account.

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Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express

Dec 06, 2018
Good Card
Helpful to 62 out of 64 people

I have this card and use it often for groceries and gas. They place your rewards on your next statement so the best way to acquire your reward credits is through gift cards. You will receive them in 7-14 days instead of the 45 - 60 credit on your account.

TRIO® Credit Card from Fifth Third Bank

Mar 05, 2019
Worst credit card company ever!
Helpful to 14 out of 17 people

They can't add and subtract. Stopped using the card after 3 months. Added all of my debits and then payments with no interest and was short around $25

Toyota Financial Services

Dec 06, 2018
Worst finance company ever!
Helpful to 2 out of 2 people

I purchased a car through Southeast Toyota Finance in 2016 and paid it off early, so I thought. I had paid a large lump sum in a prior month and they posted the pay off amount online a month later so I sent them a personal check from my savings account for the final amount. They sent me the title to the car and a payoff letter thanking me for my business. A month later I received an invoice for a payment with the amount of $5,000 more on the account. I called them and they stated that they had made an accounting error of $5,000. They stated that they took full responsibility for the error but that I still owe them the money. I don't think they understand what taking full responsibilty is. The balance is now back on my credit and my savings account diminished due to their error.