First National Bank Of Marin credit card fraud ripoff ripoff thieves ripped off and scammed screwed others too ripoff thieves ripoff waste of time rip-offs ripped off and scammed rip-offs ripoff waste of time ripoff thieves ripoff waste of time Los AngelesLas Vegas Nevada .....
I received this offer in the mail - FOR ONLY $39.95 I could receive a credit card - pre-approved and I could receive my credit card. After receiving the card and calling to activate it, I found that I had a balance of $257.50 which was explained as $200.00 for deposit to
have a secure credit card, $50.00 in additional filing fee and $7.50 in maintenance fee.
At the time I did not know there was a problem. I disputed it somewhat but I needed the credit to improve my situation and I figured that they were legitimate so I agreed to it. I was able to use the card for $97.00. As of right now I am charged $453 (approximately) for the $97.00. They have tried to ACH my bank account and my wife has already put a stop payment on al ACH's due to these kind of problems and now I figure that for the use
of the card they have charged 464 percent and then the annul percentage at this rate is 5,500+ percent.
This essentially means that my $97 charge will eventually cost me $5,500+ at the end of a year.
I understand that mafia people go to jail for racquetering and trying to get 200% on loans.
These people are trying to be legitimate at 5,000% or else they damage my credit and expect
me to pay the exorbitant fees.
At this point I am seriously considering filing a complain with the Attorney General's office for
criminal charges, credit card fraud and also filing with the Postmaster General for mail fraud and I am considering a possible lawsuit for emotional, mental and physical damages due to the fact that I am a 100% disabled vet. This has caused extreme emotional concern. I can see now where the SEC has the right to file criminal charges for fraudulent business practices.
I do not see where the fraudulent credit practices of said companies and CEO's are any less the criminal for sanctioning such activity.
In order to take a foot hold on this type of activity,
criminal charges and jail time along with loss of income to their estates in repaying damages to individuals who have been mislead is not unreasonable to ask.
If you have any advisement or can assist in any way to seek prosecution of the CEO, executives and/or personnel of First National Bank Marin, we would greatly appreciate it and we would like to know if it is possible to file an injunction against the estates of all persons and officers of this business as well as the establishment, freezing their funds to prevent them from moving out of the reach of the law.
Ray D. Patrick
Karen R. Patrick
186 Rousey Drive
Canyon Lake, Tx. 78133
Canyon Lake, Texas