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Report: #46785

Complaint Review: First Premier Bank - Sioux Falls South Dakota

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  • Reported By: rocky point New York
  • First Premier Bank Po Box 5519 Sioux Falls, South Dakota U.S.A.

First Premier Bank rip-off Sioux Falls South Dakota

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i had recieved this card in the mail,with a bill oweing them before i even could activate it,needless to say i did not activate this card. sure enough i got another bill,i tried to contact them but all i get is a machine,and there are no options to cancel cards when listening to the recording.this is a 300.card. where they automatically bill you 193.95 which leaves you with 106.05 credit.

what kind of idiot do they think i am all i want to do is cancel this card before i get any more bills.and i think it should be aganist the law for them to mess with your credit report by filing a breach of contract report when i never even used this card,this is a rip off.

Jack
rocky point, New York
U.S.A.

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