- Report: #1167637
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Complaint Review: Capital One Bank
Capital One BankNationwide USA
Capital One Bank Oscar Alexander Called my cellphone.Posed as loan officer for Cap.One Bank. Misused Visa Card amount $540.00 2nd person posed as supervisor read tax laws to me and I paid $300.00 to "IRS" Harrisburg,Pennsylvania Nationwide
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I was called on my cellphon on 08/01/14 by a man who said his name was Oscar Alexander and he represented Capital One Bank as a Loan Officer.
He said he was returning my request for a loan, as I had sent out a request to this particular bank.
He said I was eligible for a $3,000.00 loan.
In order to start the process I had to pay $40.00. He told me to purchase a prepaid Visa (PayPower) card and load the money on it.
Then it was an insurance fee on the loan for $180.00
Then it was an IRS tax holding for $300.00
Then a closing fee for $240.00 which I refused to pay.
I demanded a contract E-mailed to me for authenticity of the transaction.
After 3 so-called failed attempts to my gmail account, he successfully sent it to my iphone.
The contract had the Capital One logo at the top, and an address in York, PA.
I looked up the address and discovered that it belonged to a First Capital Federal Credit Union.
I then headed straight to the Police Dept. and registered a case against the scammers.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/05/2014 03:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Capital-One-Bank/nationwide/Capital-One-Bank-Oscar-Alexander-Called-my-cellphonePosed-as-loan-officer-for-CapOne-Ba-1167637. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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