- Report: #1134907
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Complaint Review: GECRB/Care Credit
GECRB/Care CreditOrlando, Florida USA
GECRB/Care Credit GECRB/CARE CREDIT Initiated a Credit Check to give ex wife a credit increase based on my income and credit for a card that was closed for 4 years! Orlando Florida
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I had a care credit card with my ex wife and last used it and paid it off in 2010. I asked for the card to be closed. It was not. Just recently, my ex wife called to activate it, this company illegally checked my credit and gave her an increase based on my credit and income. We are divorced and have not been together since 2010. When calling the company, they were very reluctant to give me any information, but I explained to them that it is showing up on my credit report as she maxed out the card and has not made any payments on them. When asking who gave them the authority to check my credit and up the limit on a dormant card, they said I gave authorization in 2008 when it was first opened. No explanation how this woman who has No Income can or planned on paying for this account, just that they did nothing wrong.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/30/2014 05:15 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GECRBCare-Credit/Orlando-Florida/GECRBCare-Credit-GECRBCARE-CREDIT-Initiated-a-Credit-Check-to-give-ex-wife-a-credit-inc-1134907. 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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