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Report: #180762

Complaint Review: Capital Financial - Largo Florida

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  • Capital Financial 2480 E Bay Dr Ste 28 Largo, Florida U.S.A.

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Capital Financial Credit card company. Like everyone else who have reported in this company called me about a credit card with a fixed 8% interest. they got my bank account information because they needed an auto payment of 200 dollar. But to get to the point I was rip-off and I'm calling my bank to get my money back.....

Jackson, Tennessee

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#1 Consumer Comment

When you get your money back, file a police report

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

POSTED: Sunday, March 12, 2006

File a police report, complain to the FTC, FCC, and attorney general. I did.

Also advise to cancel your bank account and open under a new one, cancel all debit cards and have new ones reissued. Time consuming but I've read that these people did it more than once to some consumers.

Also check your credit report as they might attempt to neg report to credit bureaus. If so, dispute it, and get it off.

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