- Report: #8805
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Complaint Review: FIRST NATIONAL UNSECURED
FIRST NATIONAL UNSECUREDNationwide U.S.A.
There Are TWO Different First National Credit Webs FIRST NATIONAL UNSECURED CARD IS GOOD ONE OTHER IS BAD ONE
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I HAVE FOUND TWO DIFFERENT WEB PAGES FOR FIRST NATIONAL CREDIT CARDS. ONE IS THE SITE THESES REPORTS ARE TALKING ABOUT. THE OTHER CAN BE ACCESSED BY KEYWORD "FIRST NATIONAL UNSECURED VISA".
THIS SITE OFFERS FROM$250 TO $1500 DOLLARS IN CREDIT. THIS IS FOR A VISA CARD. THIS ONE IS REPUTABLE AND I KNOW IT IS BECAUSE WE GOT ONE. WE DID NOT GET IT IN THE MAIL. WE APPLIED FOR IT.
BY MISTAKE, I WENT TO THE OTHER SITE AND REGISTERED THERE. I GOT 2 CALLS ALLREADY ABOUT BEING APPROVED WITHOUT THEM KNOWING ANYTHING ABOUT US.
THEY WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT OUR FINANCES, CREDIT CARDS, BANK ACCOUNTS,ETC. WHEN I TOLD THEM WE HAD NONE, THEY SAID THEY WOULD TRY BACK AT A LATER DATE.
THEY WANTED ACCESS TO OUR FUNDS. BEFORE WE GOT OUR VISAS, I FOUND THIS SITE AND WAS A WRECK, BUT I REALIZED THE DIFFERENCE WAS WE DID NOT GIVE THEM ANY MONEY UP FRONT.
PLEASE LET YOUR READERS KNOW THERE IS A LEGITIMATE SITE FOR A CARD AFFILIATED WITH THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND A PHONE NUMBER THAT PEOPLE ANSWER. THANK YOU FOR HEARING ME OUT.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/07/2001 12:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/FIRST-NATIONAL-UNSECURED/nationwide/There-Are-TWO-Different-First-National-Credit-Webs-FIRST-NATIONAL-UNSECURED-CARD-IS-GOOD-8805. 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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