Harley Davidson Financial Services Inc Reviews, Complaints, and Report 2019


Below is compiled information from the U.S Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that can help you evaluate the financial products and services of Harley Davidson Financial Services Inc.

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Complaint Received: 2/16/2019

Product
Credit reporting, credit repair services, or other personal consumer reports
Credit reporting

Issue
Problem with a credit reporting company's investigation into an existing problem
Problem with personal statement of dispute

Complaint Received: 2/2/2019

Product
Credit reporting, credit repair services, or other personal consumer reports
Credit reporting

Issue
Improper use of your report
Credit inquiries on your report that you don't recognize

Complaint Received: 1/30/2019

Product
Credit reporting, credit repair services, or other personal consumer reports
Credit reporting

Issue
Incorrect information on your report
Account status incorrect

Complaint Received: 1/13/2019

Product
Vehicle loan or lease
Loan

Issue
Getting a loan or lease
High-pressure sales tactics

Complaint Received: 12/29/2018

Product
Vehicle loan or lease
Loan

Issue
Struggling to pay your loan
Lender trying to repossess or disable the vehicle

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