- Report: #578184
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Complaint Review: Sams Club, WalMart, GE Money Bank
Sams Club, WalMart, GE Money BankInternet United States of America
Sams Club, WalMart, GE Money Bank Do not get their credit card Internet
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I had a $52 balance on my credit card and sent a payment in timely. They sent me a statement the following month saying it had not been paid, and the new balance with fees was $141. I immediately sent in a payment and two days after I got their statement, I got five calls to my work place, not my home, and they hung up every time. I finally called the number back on my caller id to see what was going on, and they said they were trying to collect on my account. I told them I had already sent in the money and have to cancel my check from last month since it apparently had been lost. I cancelled my card, as this small balance did not justify me getting interrupted five times and getting no one on theother end when I answered. When I told the lady that I CALLED, she said "well we have the right to call you."
This credit card is not worth the trouble it has called me. Just a warning to anyone thinking of getting this card. PSA My credit rating isvery high, I will dispute any thing they think of reporting to lower it.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/04/2010 03:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sams-Club-WalMart-GE-Money-Bank/internet/Sams-Club-WalMart-GE-Money-Bank-Do-not-get-their-credit-card-Internet-578184. 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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