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Report: #23871

Complaint Review: Beneficial Client or (aka) First Capital consumers - Plano Texas

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  • Beneficial Client or (aka) First Capital consumers Plano, Texas U.S.A.

Beneficial Client aka First Capital consumers These folks will call you and tell you that you can get a credit card for upto 2500 it will be a mastercard or visa and you can use it anywhere ripoff Plano Texas

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First Capital Consumer Group ripped me off good.
I got a telephone call on July 1, 2002 asking if I wanted a mastercard and visa with a credit line of 2500 dollars on each. I thought wow. She gave me my pin number and the phone number to call. She also said it would take 3 business days to receive my package and card. I gave her 247 dollars out of my savings account.

I am suppose to get this package in the mail with a signature card in it. I can not believe how dumb this makes me feel. I am in the process of getting my 247 back from the bank. I just may have caught this in time.

Michael
Plano, Texas

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