- Report: #756675
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Complaint Review: Capital One bank
Capital One bankInternet Internet United States of America
Capital One bank Cheat, not fiduciary in effort with client Internet, Internet
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- A credit card was charged 3 times- after revocation of priviledge to vendor
- A dispute was filed. three charges initially removed--$79 each.
- capital One than senta letter stating that one charge was upheld. I owed $79 for a service I didnot receive nor authorized, ($79).
- I requested supporting documentation from Capital One. Eventhough they promised to send one I never got that documentation.
- That $79 charge has grown to approx. $500. I refused to pay it since I receiv ed no documentation nor did I authorize the deduction(debit).
- I've requested numerous times from Capital One and through Lexington Law and nothing as of this date. Time frame approx. 3 years.
- Now reflected on credit reports and unable todate (08/2011) to get it removed.
- I need assistgance in removing this wrong notation from my credit. I had the Credit card for 5 years previous to this and did not miss a payment.
- Capital One refused to comply or perform fiduciary duties to me as stipulated. I need assistance from this error. Tjank You.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/26/2011 12:51 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Capital-One-bank/internet/Capital-One-bank-Cheat-not-fiduciary-in-effort-with-client-Internet-Internet-756675. 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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