Beware of anyone calling you from Dominion Financial, Norris Dominion Financial or World Wide Card Network. They will call you and offer you an incredible deal of a card with a $2,500 limit for a $279 fee.
They ask you for your bank account number and the last four digits of your social security number to determine if you can receive this card. I foolishly gave them this information, but refused the card afterwards. I felt that something was wrong with this deal.
Later, I called to make sure that this card had been cancelled. Even though they told me that the card has been cancelled, they still deducted 279 dollars from my bank account.
I called them after I found out that the money had been stolen from my account. I was hung up on several times. When I finally reached a representative, I was informed that my money would be returned to my account. It never was. I called back and spoke to Michael Good. He did not want to give me a date when my money would be returned to my account. I asked to speak to a manager. He refused to let me speak to a manager. I understand that this ia a common practice with this company.
I then began researching this company on the internet. I was astonished by how many people have shared my experience. This company has three different names and at least four different addresses; Dominion Financial, Norris Dominion Financial and World Wide Card Network. I spoke to the Attorney General of Ohio's Office and discovered that they were well acquainted with this company and that they were under investigation. I then checked the Better Business Bureau in New York and New Jersey. They can be found on the New York Better Business Bureau site. They did not even bother to respond to the BBB.
I have filed against this company with the Attorney General's Office in New York, New Jersey and Ohio, as well as the Better Business Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission. They have so many branches and names that it is very hard to track these people down.
I also contacted my bank, told them what happened and filed to have my money returned. It is very important that you do this within 60 days of discovering that the money has been taken from your account. I closed my original bank account, in case they try to take the money back out. I only hope that these people can be caught and stopped before they change their name and location again and defruad even more innocent people.
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