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Complaint Review: Bank of America

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  • Submitted: Fri, February 11, 2011
  • Updated: Wed, May 14, 2014

  • Reported By: Debbie C — King City Oregon United States of America
Bank of America
Internet United States of America

Bank of America Alaska Airlines Signature Card They penalized me big money for missing ONE day on my payment Internet

*Consumer Comment: Pesadilla143,

*Consumer Comment: Pesadilla143,

*Consumer Comment: Pesadilla143,

*Consumer Comment: Pesadilla143, Did you know that the mainstream media in New York was sent a copy of a fax in 2007 that contained..........

*Consumer Comment: Real Smart

*Consumer Comment: Hey Stupid s**t Karl

*Consumer Comment: Pesadilla143, Did you know that some of the wealthiest executives have.......

*Consumer Comment: Ironic...

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I have been very loyal customer to Alaska Airlines credit card issued by Bank of America.  My monthly spending ranged anywhere from $2500 to $7000, and I have been making my monthly due in full ON TIME.  Twice in the last 3 months, on Dec. 2010 and Feb. 2011, my due date (the 5th) fell on the weekends.  Therefore, my payment were posted on the next Monday, 6th and 7th respectively.  I just found out with surprise that I got charged a big time.  They charged $87.95 and $47.46 of "interest charge" on top of the late fees of $25 and $23.  

I called the back and disputed the charges.  The sales rep., Joshua, refused to waive the charges.

I liked the card because I thought I could save a lot of flight ticket fees with my expenses.  Turn around I spend more for nothing gained.  I will never use their card again.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Pesadilla143,

AUTHOR: Karl - ()

Make sure to type in 284134 at this website and read what is posted in Consumer Comment #1 at Ripoff Report #284134 for important information. Ten months after that consumer comment was posted at this site, the stock market crashed and the financial system in the USA collapsed. Have a great day!
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#2 Consumer Comment

Pesadilla143,

AUTHOR: Karl - (USA)

You can also stay at this site and type in- STOP RUNNING RIPOFF, and that will take you to Ripoff Report #269041 where you can read some of the same information contained in a fax that was sent to the mainstream media in 2007.

Just go to Consumer Comment #3 at Ripoff Report #269041, entitled "Blame it on a Lawyer" and read paragraphs #4, #5, and #6 in order to read some of the same information contained in a fax that was successfully sent to Toyota's corporate headquarters on April 20, 2005.

*The fax was subpoenaed in 2006 by the legal system. Copies of the subpoenaed fax were mailed to the mainstream media in 2007.

The addresses to where copies of that fax were mailed are also available at this site. Just type in- ALL NEWS STATIONS LISTED HERE, and the addresses are listed in Consumer Comment #1 at Ripoff Report #271771.

Have a great weekend.

WELCOME TO THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IN AMERICA- ONE BIG LIE, JUST LIKE THE LEGAL SYSTEM 
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#3 Consumer Comment

Pesadilla143,

AUTHOR: Karl - (USA)

In order to read the comment that was posted under the BusinessWeek article entitled 'A Credit Card You Want To Toss', which was posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 3:03 AM, you need to 'Google' this- ALL READER COMMENTS LEROY YOAKAM BUSINESSWEEK, and click on the BusinessWeek link. (The comment is currently listed on 'Page 42'.)

*It's the comment that will allow you to understand when the stock market is going to crash again.

Fact: Seven months later, in September of 2008, the stock market crashed. On September 29, 2008, the Dow Jones lost a record 777 points and the banking system in the USA and several large Wall Street firms collapsed and needed to be bailed-out by the American people with hundreds of billions of dollars in taxpayer's money from the TARP.

You can 'Google' this- FRONTLINE: INSIDE THE MELTDOWN, and watch that documentary on the web for proof.

Have a great day!
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#4 Consumer Comment

Pesadilla143, Did you know that the mainstream media in New York was sent a copy of a fax in 2007 that contained..........

AUTHOR: Karl - (USA)

some of the same information that appears in 'Consumer Comment #3' at Ripoff Report #269041? If you stay at this site and type in 269041 and go to the consumer comment entitled- "Blame it on a Lawyer" and read paragraphs #4, #5, and #6, you can read some of the same information that was contained in the fax.

The fax was originally sent to Toyota's corporate headquarters in Torrance, California, on April 20, 2005. It was made to the attention of their CEO, Mr. Funo, and Toyota Corporate. The fax was subpoenaed in 2006. The subpoenaed version is what the mainstream media in New York was sent in 2007.

You can type in 271771 at this site and go to 'Consumer Comment #1' at Ripoff Report #271771 to see the addresses in New York where copies of the subpoenaed fax were mailed in 2007. Many letters were also mailed to those addresses throughout the entire year of 2007 regarding the "Collapse" that was coming. There were even hand-drawn cartoons depicting all of the fraud and corruption taking place inside corporate America that were mailed to the mainstream media in 2007 and into the early part of 2008. 

You can stay at this site and read one of the many letters that was hand-written and mailed to the mainstream media in New York on 9-12-2007. Just type in 529757 and an exact version appears in 'Consumer Comment #1' at Ripoff Report #529757.

It's interesting that "General Electric (NBC)" appears in 'Chart 5' when you 'Google' this- WHO OWNS THE FED?, and go to the site with the 5 charts, wouldn't you agree? 

Maybe that's why the mainstream media in New York elected not to do a story about all the letters and cartoons that were mailed to them throughout the entire year of 2007 and into the early part of 2008, correct? Maybe the mainstream media didn't want to expose their bosses at the Federal Reserve, huh?

Have a nice day.

P.S. Don't forget to 'Google' this- A CREDIT CARD YOU WANT TO TOSS, and go to the BusinessWeek article dated February 7, 2008, and read it. The article is about Bank of America. Pay close attention to what was stated in the comment posted on February 21, 2008 at 3:03 AM.

(I believe that comment appears on, or around, 'Page 41' in the comments section.) It was posted seven months before the collapse of the banking system and the stock market crash, which occurred in September of 2008. You can 'Google' this- FRONTLINE: INSIDE THE MELTDOWN, and watch that documentary on the web to see how the economy and the banking system collapsed throughout 2008 and how the stock market crashed on September 29, 2008, okay?

Good luck to you.

"Knowledge is power."

POWER TO THE PEOPLE
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#5 Consumer Comment

Real Smart

AUTHOR: Stacey - (U.S.A.)

Posting your CC on the internet if this is indeed your card.

This is not a American Express Dumb a*s Karl - it is a VISA! A Amex Black is for people who make ovber XXX amount a year which YOU do not do since you spend most of your time trolling ROR to post your idiotic "Poems and Google" crap.
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#6 Consumer Comment

Hey Stupid s**t Karl

AUTHOR: Jim - (U.S.A.)

The American Expres Card you blather about MUST BE PAID IN FULL EACH AND EVERY MONTH, it's

NOT a Normal "Credit" card.
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#7 Consumer Comment

Pesadilla143, Did you know that some of the wealthiest executives have.......

AUTHOR: Karl - (USA)

'Black American Express Cards' and they can buy whatever they want with these cards, and they don't have to worry about any interest charges or late fees?

In order to receive a 'Black American Express Card' all you have to do is consistently spend over $250,000 a year on your American Express Card, according to my sister whose husband is CEO. She bought three outfits at a boutique in Paris several years ago that cost $90,000. Her husband put it on his 'Black American Express Card'. (I told her she should have gotten a nice pre-owned Porsche 911 turbo instead of the three outfits.)

She told me that they are treated like 'royalty' when they present the 'Black American Express Card' to check into hotels all over the world. It's interesting that 'American Express Co.' appears in 'Chart 3' when you 'Google' this- WHO OWNS THE FED?, and go to the site with the 5 charts.

I guess if all Americans simply charged over $250,000 a year on their American Express cards, they'd probably be selected to receive a 'Black American Express Card' and wouldn't have to worry about late fees and increased interest rates, huh?

I'll bet my brother-in-law used his 'Black American Express Card' when he flew from his home in Pennsylvania to attend the Harvard Business School for Executives back in 2004 to stay at the nice hotels in the area. You can learn some of the same things that he and the other executives learned in those classes by staying at this website and typing in 269041 and going to 'Consumer Comment #3' at Ripoff Report #269041, entitled- "Blame it on a Lawyer", okay?

"Knowledge is power."

POWER TO THE PEOPLE

********************************   BIG-SHOT ALERT   *******************************

*Anyone can 'Google' this- BLACK AMERICAN EXPRESS CARD, and go to the related sites and learn more about it.
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#8 Consumer Comment

Ironic...

AUTHOR: Pesadilla143 - (USA)

I don't know if you are a customer of Bank of America or your credit card is issued through Bank of America.

If you are a customer...

Isn't it funny how they accepted your tax funded bail-out with no questions asked (a lot of the bailout going to executive bonuses by the way).  Did the government ask you if you wanted to bail them out?  You make one miscalculation - and BAMM - they hit you with stupid junk fees.  Banks that are 'too big' to fail should be illegal.  No bank should control over 2 percent of the American wealth.  I went 1 penny over my account once at Bank Of America (1 stinking penny) and they charged me $39.00 - I fired them the next day.  I feel for you.  You need to fire that bank and go to a credit union.  Credit Unions are owned by the depositors - which makes you part owner.  A totally different environment.  If you are military (retired/active/honorably discharged) - go to (((Redacted))).

Good Luck

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