Dear Sir or Madam,
On May 10, 2004 I was contacted by a person by the name of Joshua Taylor from Norris Dominion Financial. He stated I was pre-approved for a $2500.00 credit line with no security deposit required. There would be a "one time fee" of $279.00 for this interest free credit card. Being a business woman and already having three (3) credit cards, I thought it to be advantageous to consolidate the three existing credit cards, and only have one payment. I thought I was making a good business decision, until todate (July 22, 2004, I have yet to receive my credit card.
I have made enumberable phone calls, which I have kept records of. On approximately June 13, 2004 I received my infamous package in the mail.Nocredit card, just a box filled with coupons and another request for a fee in the amount of $54.oo to "process the application". Now I'm starting to get a little concerned. I continuously called every other day after I was told I would get nocard without the additional fee. I went to the Post Office, got a money on June 14, 2004.
I Express Mailed on June 15, 2004 to World Wide Card Network. At tha time I was promised I would now receive my card within 10 days upon receipt of the fee. Two weekd later I call Norris etal again, now they tell me I have to call the Post Office and see if my money order cleared. I immediately called the Post Office (whom my husband is employed by) and asked if they could find out right away if my Mone Order had cleared. The results were it certainly had cleared on June 18 and signed for by Lisa K. Schultz (remember I sent this fee via Express Mail which is how I have receivers name).
I then called Norris etals back again with this information, now they tell me I have to write directly to World Wide Card, it is out of their hands and they can only call upon "administration" for another inquiry.
I requested my money back and they refused. they said it is a non-refundable fee and that I was told that upon their contacting me originally. This must be stopped. My next letter will be to World Wide Card Network to see how they will respond..the name of the people that I have spoken to representing themselves as "Customer Serive Representatives" and belive me that title leaves a lot to be desired from the following reps. Sarah Joseph, Rosie Lane, "Jennifer" and "Joseph". These are most likely fake names anyway.
After todays final phone call to these rip-offs I wet onto the internet and lo and behold this is how Ifound you. Companies like this must be stopped and I will get my money back, as I will go to the AToorney Generals Office if need be as I have a personal contact there that will gladly lead me into the right direction.
I would appreciate your feedback. Thanking you in advance, I anxiously await your response.
Somerset, New Jersey