- Report: #304466
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Complaint Review: First National Card
First National CardLas Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.
First National Card is not a credit card. shop from catalog and $199.00 Activation Las Vegas Nevada
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Well I told them I was not interested. about 2 weeks later here comes card again. so i cut up the cards and told them to never bother me again. I said i didn't need it or want it.
I wrote a 5 page letter telling them this was not a free card and never bother me again. well about last Wedneday I get card that is already activated and
credit limit of $7500.00. I am SSDI where would I do with this card which is only good from catalog they are going to send.
In addition there is no # for lost or stolen cards and they are only open from 8 to 5 PST. I have tried to cancel but they keep sending this worthless card. What should I do. they say it will be reported to the 3 credit agency as a high risk card.
I think someone is using my stuff. I am also having trouble with Capital One. they say I owe $980.00 I have a outstanding bill with Dell. they say someone order 3 computer. They want $1020.00. I did charge one
for $470.00. what should I do? Thank you for you time.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/29/2008 08:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/First-National-Card/Las-Vegas-Nevada/First-National-Card-is-not-a-credit-card-shop-from-catalog-and-19900-Activation-Las-Veg-304466. 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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