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first premier bank

Report: #864027

Wed, April 04, 2012
Wed, January 16, 2013
Reported By:
kent wirth
Anahiem California United States of America
first premier bank
po box 5524 sious falls sd 57117-5524 sioux falls, South Dakota United States of America Phone:

Credit Card Fraud

first premier bank kept increacing the amount oud for a deposit sioux falls, South Dakota

*Consumer Comment:

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Not the whole truth here, at all.

I was offered to open a credit card with first premier for $75.00. I sent them the $95.00 to open the account. On janauary 31,2012 I received another bill for $65.00 to access my account. I then told them to close my account because they kept increacing the amount of money to keep the account. I was then told I would have to contact a 900 number in order to clear up this mes.

There is billing and collection isses that need to be resolved.

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#1 Consumer Comment

AUTHOR: southdakota - (United States of America)

The website above shows many many bad reports about first premier credit cards. First off I would just like to know how does a bank send a credit card to an individual that had declined or never requested one to begin with. This should not happen, when anyone could go through your mail or your mail could get sent to someone else. That shows they are not very professional , that is not their information to be sending out. Its probably a big cause for identity theft. This company false advertises to help a person with poor/bad or no credit, when all it really does it cause it to be worse than it was to start.
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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Not the whole truth here, at all.

AUTHOR: The Truth - (United States of America)

You disclose only what you want others to hear. Did you use the account? Did you even open an account? Terms & Condtions are not only given when you accept, they are also mailed. This company has been a God Send to those of us who are building credit. Do you want people to believe you; then tell the whole truth.


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