- Report: #19977
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Complaint Review: Cross Country Bank / Applied Card Systems
Cross Country Bank / Applied Card SystemsBoca Raton, Florida Nationwide U.S.A.
Cross Country Bank aka Applied Card Systems Charged my account after they received payments through a Debt Consolidation Company ripoff business from hell Boca Raton Florida
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One was a Visa card that was issued by Cross Country Bank. After Cross Country Bank agreed to and increased the amount of the payment, I sent in my first payment to Profina. Profina dispursed a check to Cross Country Bank on the 9th of August (2000).
Two months after that, I received a call from a 3rd Party Debt Collector, asking for 1782.00. I was totally shocked, because I had done what I could to avoid the accounts charging off.
When I explained that I was going Profina, and that CCB had agreed to and received payments, the collector didn't care. After I called Profina, they contactd CCB to no avail.
When I did some investigating, somehow CCB had given Profina 2 differnet account #'s.
After sending them well over 300.00, I just want to know where is my money, and how can I have this charge-off reversed?
CCB is the bank from the pit of hell.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/01/2002 12:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Cross-Country-Bank-Applied-Card-Systems/nationwide/Cross-Country-Bank-aka-Applied-Card-Systems-Charged-my-account-after-they-received-paymen-19977. 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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