Report: #285860

Complaint Review: CCA Re: First National Card

  • Submitted: Tue, November 20, 2007
  • Updated: Sat, December 08, 2007
  • Reported By: Kaneohe Hawaii
  • CCA Re: First National Card
    P.O Box 46101
    LAS VEGAS, Nevada
    U.S.A.

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CCA sent me one of their bogus cards today. Thank God there are plenty of websites warning folks about the fraud that is being perpetrated by these jacka**es. I've been reading about what is being done to innocent people (with kids to feed, for God's sake) and I am fuming. I called my bank to alert them and didn't feel satisfied so I contacted the Las Vegas police department. Also, I think I will obtain a legal cease and desist form and send it to the address that is listed to prevent their sending more cards. Let's fight back and get these jerks!!

Disgusted
Kaneohe, Hawaii
U.S.A.
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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

It's not gonna happen

AUTHOR: Bcsformer - (U.S.A.)

Sorry to be the barerer of bad news but as I've stated in other rebuttals (please find and read) everything the company has done or is doing is perfectly legal. Their lawyers make sure of that. The company has been open and doing business since the 90's. If what they were doing was illegal or fraudulent they would have been shut down however they thrive a make millions every year. Everyone in Las Vegas knows CCS., and thats it. I know people have kids and bills and things but the fact remains that they are given every opportunity before money is charged to cancel, that and we all have to read (cant emphasize enough) everything that we receive in the mail. Most of the time it's hard to do but sometimes you have to take responsibility to remember and cancel before the deadline given because once it's gone it's gone. Only a handful of people get money back,and it's legal. Alot of people I've seen talk about the BBB and the FTC.

The BBB is just a place for consumers to complain about companies a note of the complaints are put on record for other people to see that's it, they do not get directly involved with the shut down of the company though the complaints can be used against the company.

Also, CCS is a FTC regulated every year the reports and all the information that is given to customers is thoroughly looked over and reviewed by the FTC to make sure that the company is not mis-representing itself. The company is listed as a merchant credit card company meaning the credit offered is only for merchandise as long as the company doesn't represent anything else other than that it is legal and not fraud.
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AUTHOR: Disgusted - (U.S.A.)

It occured to me today that perpetrating fraud using the United States Postal Service is a felony. So in addition to my report to Consumer Affairs and the Las Vegas Police Department, I have now also filed a report with USPS. If you type in United States Postal Inspection Service on your browser, you go right to the site of the department in USPS that investigates these types of issues. You can fill out a detailed complaint form online and send it in immediately. They say they will get back to you within 48 hrs., but if you wanted faster action they list a phone number. Hope this helps!
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