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Report: #23411

Complaint Review: CapitalFirst - Miami Florida

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  • CapitalFirst 18495 South Dixie Highway #228 Miami, Florida U.S.A.

Capital First ripoff Here's the Federal Trade Commissions Phone Number Miami Florida

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I like most others was ripped off by this scam. I do have bad credit, so when someone called to offer a credit card for $2500, I thought about it. Normally I usually hang up on the rep before they get anything out. I was told that it was the $29.95 for the package to mailed to me. Nothing about the other fees of $59.95 and $95.95.

They drafted my account and left me with no money. I have called them over and over and they will not help me. I called the Federal Trade Commission and they said they would file a complaint against them. I hope that all of you have called them too. They need the complaints...Their number is 877-382-4357.PLEASE CALL...

Stacey
Austin, Texas

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