- Report: #134060
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Complaint Review: Centurion Financial Benefits
Centurion Financial Benefits33 Elm Street Champlain, New York U.S.A.
Centurion Financial Benefits Knowingly Knew it Was a ripp off and sent me directly to a recording swearing i agree to Scam Ripoff! Champlain, New York
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Stupidly I pre-authorized them to take the $249.00 to my bank account. I also gave them my Social Security Number , drivers license and my bank account number.
I became suspicious so I researched the company and to my surprised I read all this scam report about this company. I immediately contacted my bank to make a stop payment on the $249.00 that I pre-authorized which will be taken on Nov 1, 2004.
I nevered received credit card for months till today 03/07/2004 I called them on it and got a lady slaming me with i knew what i was getting. first of all I WORK FOR BANK ONE, second I payed with my checking ACCT why would i by a $250.00 application fee prepaid Mastercard. When I already Have a debit Card. I got hung up on 2 or 3 timesbefore i looked this site up.and I have a daughter due this month. And now that is 250.00 out of her pocket that we planned on using the funds Towards. SO I guess Bankers can be fooled to.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/07/2005 02:51 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Centurion-Financial-Benefits/Champlain-New-York-12919/Centurion-Financial-Benefits-Knowingly-Knew-it-Was-a-ripp-off-and-sent-me-directly-to-a-re-134060. 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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