- Report: #40249
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Complaint Review: Target Stores/Retailers National Bank
Target Stores/Retailers National Bank3250 Tyler St. Riverside, California U.S.A.
Target Stores/Retailers National Bank consumer rip-off fraud Riverside California
*Consumer Suggestion: Keep payments made to any collectors for up to 7 years
*Consumer Comment: Target/Retailer's National Bank worked with me
*Consumer Comment: Former Mervins Credit Card Holder
*Consumer Comment: We Paid !! Retailers National Bank/Target what they wanted
*UPDATE Employee: Clarification
*Consumer Comment: PAY YOUR BILLS!
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After a year of threatening and harassing calls from Retailers National Bank we decided to settle with them. We paid them $364 dollars and were told that they would consider the account paid in full. They wanted more interest but settled for the amount indicated. Retailers actually told us that we could use the target card again.
We have no intention of ever using a Target card. It was destroyed at the onset of their ruthless collection activities. It was for this reason we were very shocked to start receiving calls from another collection agency on behalf of Target Stores in November of 2002. Now they claim the balance is $500. I am going to forward this text to every state and federal agency that might have and interest in this, and Target Stores.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/06/2003 10:05 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Target-StoresRetailers-National-Bank/Riverside-California-92503/Target-StoresRetailers-National-Bank-consumer-rip-off-fraud-Riverside-California-40249. 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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