Report: #69315

Complaint Review: First Consumers National Bank - Omaha Nebraska

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  • Reported By: Berlin Wisconsin
  • First Consumers National Bank P.O. Box 2638 Omaha, Nebraska U.S.A.
  • Phone: 866-6910053
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  • Category: Banks

First Consumers National Bank ripoff - Lawsuit Filed against FCNB LATE FEES RENEWAL FEES OVERAGES Omaha Nebraska

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For the past year I have been charged late charges, renewal charges(even though they have prevented me from using their card).

I have sent my payments 10 to 12 days before the due day. But still charged a late charge.

There is a class action pending against this bankrupt company (First Consumers Bank).

Berlin, Wisconsin

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