Report: #235693

Complaint Review: First Consumers National Bank - Portland Oregon

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  • First Consumers National Bank PO Box 2779 Portland, Oregon U.S.A.

First Consumers National Bank Card paid off-Collection Agency after me Portland Oregon

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FCNB sold there accounts. In September 2002 paid in full the Speigal card who was the owner of FCNB. Now I have a collection agency after me. My credit reports show as paid in full, but they refuse to accept. The OCC a div. US Treasury Department found that FCNB did committ shall I say fraudulent acts. I am sending a letter to the agency(s) as well as thd State and US Treasury. Someone has to stop the this "Illegal" proctice.

Contact if a class action suit should happen.

Morgan Hill, California

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Gather your documents (proof)

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

POSTED: Friday, June 29, 2007


Credit reports are full of errors.

Best option is to make a copy of your check/receipt and the statement showing the account was paid in full.

Provide that to the collection agency, and that should get the dog off your back!

Good Luck

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