- Report: #1136604
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Complaint Review: Insight
Insight Making the Less Fortunate more Unfortunate Burmingham Internet
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This company is designed to rob from the poor, or those who are unable to get a bank account. It allows consumers to have their paycheck, social security benefits, or any other type of benefits deposited onto the card to be used as a credit and/or debit card, or pay a fee to manually load money of their locations.
First, if you do not have direct deposit, they charge a fee to load money onto the card. Then each time you use the card as debit you are charged a $2 fee, and each time as credit a $1 fee, up to a $3 fee for over the phone transactions. Even if you call to talk to a live agent, there is a $1 fee. You will find your hard earned money dwindle away very fast, all going to this co.
This is a way of keeping the poor suppressed and robbing them of all they have worked for while this company's pockets get fat. People would have to be insane to use their services. You will pay hefty. Avoid this, and any other prepaid visa/debit cards of this sort at all costs.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/05/2014 02:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Insight/internet/Insight-Making-the-Less-Fortunate-more-Unfortunate-Burmingham-Internet-1136604. 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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