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Report: #344148

Complaint Review: First National Card; CCA; Credit Service Division - Las Vegas Nevada

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  • Reported By: Dupont Indiana
  • First National Card; CCA; Credit Service Division P.O. Box46101 Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.

First National Card; CCA; Credit Service Division Attempt to scam by getting access to checking account. Las Vegas Nevada

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Recieved "Urgent-Approved" card with credit limit of $6500.00 in mail. Required access to checking account for activation fee and annual fee totaling $400.00+. I decided to check it out and found that it is listed as one of the biggest scams going. I was on the verge of accepting this offer until I found this website which had a picture posted that is identical to the letter that was sent to me.

Bud
Dupont, Indiana
U.S.A.

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