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Complaint Review: Household Bank - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Tobyhanna Pennsylvania
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  • Household Bank 17051, Baltimore MD 21297-1051 Nationwide U.S.A.

Household Bank ripoff dishonest financial scam City Of Industry Baltimore

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A year ago My husband and I received a credit offer from household mastercard and we accept it, for three month we never used it, and we received a bill for $59.00 each.
When we called . they tell us this for the anual fee, we figure since we paying, we my as well used our cards.Our minium payment suppose to be $10.00 sometime we pay as much as $50.00 Hopping our balance we higher, is been over a year now our is the same .

again last weeks we call, we were told that we been charged for over limit thing I can never understand we were charge before the credit limit. how could that possible''what can We do ?
Legally it must be something we can do.

Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania

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