- Report: #337882
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Complaint Review: Next Millenium Bank
Next Millenium Banknmbonline.com Internet U.S.A.
Next Millenium Bank Credit Card Scams New Brunswick Internet
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I immediately left the site and did not apply or submit any information. I always check my bank account online every day to make sure it is ok. About four days after I applied for the loan my account was negative $99.95 + $34 NSF for the charge. That charge was from a Next Millennium Online App. Two days later another charge was on my account for $99 + $34 NSF fee for another credit card company called edpreporting.com.
My account is now negative $368 thanks to these two companies that I have never heard of, nor gave my consent for them to charge me. On top of it all Next Millennium Bank sent me a letter saying congratulations your approved for a MasterCard if you send us $300 more dollars from your personal account for the card. I called them and they wanted me to fax them a letter before they would refund my money, yet they took the $99 without my consent and now they want it in writing that I don't want the card. What a crock.
I am a single mother living paycheck to paycheck and my whole life was turned upside down from these charges. I can't pay my rent or electricity until my claims go through. I was robbed by these two companies and will never apply for anything online ever again.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/06/2008 06:20 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Next-Millenium-Bank/internet/Next-Millenium-Bank-Credit-Card-Scams-New-Brunswick-Internet-337882. 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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