Report: #411157

Complaint Review: First Premier Bank - Sioux Falls South Dakota

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  • Reported By: Columbus Indiana
  • First Premier Bank Po box 5147 Sioux Falls, South Dakota U.S.A.

First Premier Bank I paid them a minimum payment for a 250.00 credit,so far I was only given 18.00 credit,for every 25to50 dollar . they said that they don't give out 250.00 credit as stipulated at the first ageement. They do not do what they advertise. SiouxFalls South Dakota

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I was to have 250.00creditby paying25.00amonth.I did this,I was only given18.00.Icalled to find out my balance and I did not go over,then they charged me 29.98for going over which I went round and round with them.In my opinion of this company they do not help the consumer,they harass you on the phone when you have payment arrangement made. I am talking at least 4 times daily.I send them money and I am not able to use my credit allotment? I want out.They have not lived up to thier deal.

Columbus, Indiana

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