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Well now, it appears even though direct express is not accredited by the BBB, Comerica Bank is responding to all of the complaints from the angry cardholders. They supply a small note personally addressed to each individuals' concerns or problems and it appears to be written by the vice president of Comerica bank.

She replies with different phone numbers and also states if you are to contact them or they will contact you.Most of what I was reading the responses from her are within a week and according to BBB, the customer satisfaction rating is over 95%.

I just don't know why she isn't over here too. Anyways to get satisfaction, head to the BBB website!

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JBSimms
#1437728

Comerica received the bid for the contract to handle Direct Express Cards handling of SS benefits. Comerica has been paid tens of millions of dollars and still will not allow customers to have access to the Fraud Unit.

Two OIG audits proved that Comerica has done terrible job. File a complaint with the Office of Fiscal Service. The Comerica representative, Susan Schimdt, (313) 222-7934, has lied and covered up complaints. She covered mine for 6 weeks.

Comerica and Direct Express are in violation of Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 12, Part 226.12(b)2(iii). Damages can be assessed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Contact me at jb.simms10@gmail.com and join the group who will make Comerica accountable or cause them to lose their government contract.

J.B. Simms

JBSimms
#1435180

Direct Express, and parent company Comerica, are violating Fed regs by no giving you your money immediately. They are hiding behind Comerica, and the knowledge that if the customer is given back his money in weeks, he will be happy.

Well, people endure financial and emotional damages from Direct Express holding their money hostage while the Fraud Dept does nothing. I now this because I had to recover my money from the merchant who was the target of the fraud. Yes, I contacted no fewer than 8 merchants on two separate occasions.

I know what to do, I know the law, and I use to investigate financial crimes. The time will come when these persons who have been putting victimized customers off will be exposed and be held accountable.

JBSimms
#1430429

The woman to whom you are referring is Susan Schmidt. Another woman in that office is Susan Rutledge.

Susan Schmidt forwarded the complaint to a person in an Advocacy office, a person named Steven. After having forwarded the complaint, a person named James addressed the issue. James is a lock-step lackey who continues to shield the violations of the Fraud Unit. James refused to answer if he had ever worked in the Fraud Unit.

This issue is not simply about recovering money. Comerica allows Direct Express to routinely violate federal consumer banking laws by not giving immediate credit to cardholders who were victims of electronic fraud (not presenting a card). Comerica allows Direct Express to hold persons money, retirees and Veteran retirees, in violation of these regulations. The CFPB is fully aware, and advise me that they will exact damages if enough victims come forward.

If I cannot recruit enough persons, I will take this matter directly to the head of the agency. I am from the area where the director lives, and I will be directly in touch with him. Comerica allowed Direct Express to hold almost $300 of my money from December 10 past Christmas, which caused hardship.

I have read stories of others having worse experiences. Schmidt, Rutledge, and James (Direct Express) cannot hide any longer.

Anonymous
to JBSimms #1452250

I would like to join in. I too am a victim of fraud and the investigation results have not been sent to me.

Anonymous
to JBSimms #1569834

I was told because someone stold my card in my home and used it at an atm I had used before they closed my fraud case . I also explained to them the day the money was taken off my card whoever stole it changed my pin I could not even report my card stolen right away because I did not know my own pin. This did not matter to them at all.

JBSimms
to April Laraway #1570005

Ms. Laraway, Contact me as soon as possible at (803) 309-6850.

I need to direct you to document all your calls and emails to Direct Express. You have to call Susan Schmidt of Comerica Bank at (313) 222-3435 and Nora Arpin at (248) 371-6765. Ms. Arpin is directly accountable to the federal government agency which "pays" Comerica Bank.

Susan Schmidt will try to lead you to a Direct Express Customer Advocate. This is a waste of your time. You need to remind that both of these women, along with Comerica Bank, are part of the investigation which originated by my contact with US Treasury.

I, along with Ms. Densmore and media are exposing the fact that there are many victims of Comerica's lack of supervision of Direct Express.

JBSimms
to JBSimms #1570011

Somehow, the telephone number for Nora Arpin included an emoji within the telephone number. The full telephone number for Nora Arpin is (248) 371-6765, and her email address is ntarpin@comerica.com

JBSimms
to JBSimms #1570043

Nora Arpin- Comerica Bank Sr VP is accountable 248 371 6765

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