- Report: #53954
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Complaint Review: GLOBAL FINANCIAL
GLOBAL FINANCIALWWW.GLOBALFINANCIALCC.COM Internet U.S.A.
GLOBAL FINANCIAL OR FIRST AMERICAN BANK RIPOFF CREDIT CARD SCAM FRAUDULENT BILLING INTERNET
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They even went through a verification "recorded line for your protection" sort of thing. After the 7 days passed, something didn't quite sit well with me so I call the 866-411-4466 number and it was busy. The second time that I called I got through but was on hold over an hour. While I was holding, First American called on the other line to confirm everything.
I notified her that I was just calling Global Financial to see what was going on because I haven't recieved any packet or any information. She informed me that in order to recieve the credit card there is a one time fee of $298. They gave me a confirmation number and told me the card will be sent after the draft. I am trying to put a stop on the new transaction however they already got the $221.95. The customer service number is fraudulent because noone is available. Can someone please give me some advice or help to get my money back.
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