- Report: #65971
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Complaint Review: Credit Education
Credit EducationNation Wide USA Nationwide U.S.A.
Credit Education I was approved for a credit card for 2,500 credit Nationwide
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I was then switched over to another person who asked me for the same infomation over again. This morning, 19 AUG 03 I was on my to work, and I recieved another call this time it was a women, who said I had applied for a card through their credit repair company. I stopped my car and said you guys just called me over the weekend and I gave you all my information.
She replied that nobody from her company had called verifing any information. I told her I wasn't interested and hung up the phone. When I got to work, I typed the phone number into my computer to find out that this number was linked to a scam.
I called my bank had my accounts closed, put a fraud alert on my credit files. I am also going to call my cell phone subscriber and let them know about this scam. I hope they catch these creeps, send them to afganistan so the next time we send some bombs over, we can rid the world of them. I am in the military and I don't make alot of money for what I do. He told me that they were going to take 298.00 from my checking, GOOD LUCK!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/19/2003 02:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Credit-Education/nationwide/Credit-Education-I-was-approved-for-a-credit-card-for-2500-credit-Nationwide-65971. 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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