Thanks to other misfortunate consumers, like myself for alerting me on this scam! I received my letter this morning, detailing all of what was in store for me as soon as I activated my $6,500.00 credit line card. Not bad, had the card in my hand and ready to call for activatation.
But, before doing that I remembered not seeing any information about getting a catalog or a web address to check and see if there was merchandise worth me even activating the card. The only thing that makes this such a problem and hard to get out is, they pretty much do tell you of the fees and other misc. charges that you will encrue, That and anybody who asks for a checking acct. number, etc.. is somebody to stay away from. Unless, it is like for your car payment or a reputable bill collecter (utilities). I guess anyone that sees that they are eligible for over six thousand dollar credit line would get excited, even me. The thing I found over the past is, "READ THE FINE PRINT", not just what is in Bold, large font!
Back to my b***h. I figured I would run an internet search for the company and check thier merchandise and pulled up the Rip Off Reports. Not even a web-site for them. Any company these days that will give someone a credit line this large and are reputable, will have a web-site. So after reading these reports, you can bet that I'll not activate there card.
For anyone that does not take the advice of these reports, feel free to send me a few hundred dollars. There is nothing different.
I say we all go to Vegas and Torch the garage these people are operating out of, then f***ing hang them and hide every dollar lost to them out of thier a*s's.
Already cut my card!!! Please do the same, Thank You!
Philpot/ Owensboro, Kentucky