Report: #114470

Complaint Review: Preferred Cardholder Division New Visa And Master Card Accounts Department - Lanham Maryland

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  • Reported By: Haynesville Virginia
  • Preferred Cardholder Division New Visa And Master Card Accounts Department 4501 Forbes Boulevard Lanham, Maryland U.S.A.

Preferred Cardholder Division New Visa And Master Card Accounts Department ripoff Lanham Maryland

*Consumer Suggestion: Dont cash check, dont put card number.

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I was sent a check for $3.25 and was told I had earned it and to cash the check right away for my new Visa or Mastercard with a credit limit up to $2500. Simply sign and deposit check right away and put my credit card number on back of check. I look on the internet and found out it was a scam. The signer of the check and letter was Jon Walsh - Executive Vice President.

Haynesville, Virginia

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Dont cash check, dont put card number.

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

POSTED: Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Was a great move on your part for not cashing this check. I actually got one myself and came here to report it before anyone got scammed.

First of all, if this offer were legit, they dont need a credit card number, there giving you one. That should be warning number one. Warning number two, is even if you cashed it without putting your number on, thinking "Hey, let me get them outa $3.25?" Guess what? Thats not happening. What is going to happen is once that check is cashed, they have your account number and will be able to take every dime out of that account.

Best thing, let your local DA know. They LOVE going after people like this.

Also, if you were scammed, check this link that belongs to ripoff,com. It tells you what you need to do, should do, and NOT do.

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