E Credit Solutions (Ecs) offered me assistance with establishing my credit. They charged my cheking account $199.00 to start me off with a credit card. They promised me it would help establish my credit as a young adult. I was excited to be geting my very firt credit card. After waiting a while I called back to confirm and the number had been shut down (1-866-793-6835). I then wrote to them in florida and never got a response. The next step I took was to repot them to "The Better Buisness Burel". Ecs would not respond to them. I have tried everything to get my mony back but it is usless. I work two jobs and dont have the time to play these games. I feel very frustrated with them. If I ever found Ecs's exact location I woud take a vacation to see them and I wouldent be liable for my own actions. Adam lake elsinore, California
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