• Report: #116942
Complaint Review:

First National Bank Of Marin

  • Submitted: Tue, November 09, 2004
  • Updated: Tue, November 09, 2004

  • Reported By:Crystal City Texas
First National Bank Of Marin
P.O Box 98873 Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.

First National Bank Of Marin Questioning My Own Identity Las Vegas Nevada

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I replied to the FNBM credit card offer through the internet & within a month, I received a Visa card. When I called to activate it, the rude representative asked for my last four digits of my social which I gave & then told me that she could not activate my card until I sent them two forms of i.d. & that I would be receiving the letter in the mail explaining. I received their letter & it stated that they had received notification that my Social Security Number associated with the account was invalid or incorrect. They wanted a copy of my current i.d. & ssi card & the letter stated the after sending them they "would consider" reinstating my account. I found all of this very suspicious & came across this website. Thank you for preventing me from making a very big mistake...

Crystal City, Texas

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