• Report: #132836

Complaint Review: Centurion Financial Benefits

  • Submitted: Fri, February 25, 2005
  • Updated: Fri, February 25, 2005

  • Reported By:Stratford Connecticut
Centurion Financial Benefits
33 Elm Street Champlain, New York U.S.A.

Centurion Financial Benefits Ripoff Has defrauded my personal account in the amount of $249.00 Champlain New York

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I received a call from Lindsey, who let me know exactly which credit card offers that I had been applying for about 6 months prior. She also said that the company's name was Centurion Bank, and that they work with American Express as well; hence the name American Express Centurion card. Since she made so much sense,and knew about my other applications,I fell for it. She asked me a few questions, and then transferred me over to a federally secured line, where we would begin recording my information for approval. I spoke to an operator named Jeffrey, and we went throught the process. It was indicated that I was to have $249.00 taken from my bank account upon receipt of my activation package. I agreed, not knowing that it was against the law for them to do so. I waited 25 days, and called back a phone number that I was given that has a recorded voice telling you that it is "customer Service". No company name or anything!
I called a few times, and got hung up on, got tranferred to an answering machine, got sworn at, and told that they are a customer service company working for many businesses, and even though I had given them my information, they had no access to it.

I was told that I was to receive an activation kit, and when I sent that in with another payment, the card would be sent to me. That wasn't what I heard the first time! This was yesterday. That is my last call to them. It was very wierd how when I told the woman that I had contacted the authorities she began to affect an accent. I called my bank, and now am on my way to changing my bank account to avoid any future charges, and having these current charges reversed. Do not fall for this! I know it is hard, because when they are talking to you they have information which is legit in itself. Over the past few months I have had a spy blocker placed on my computer, and have been cleaning things up here. There is no other possible way they could have gotten the information they had.

Stephanie
Stratford, Connecticut
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/25/2005 03:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Centurion-Financial-Benefits/Champlain-New-York/Centurion-Financial-Benefits-Ripoff-Has-defrauded-my-personal-account-in-the-amount-of-24-132836. 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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