) to our State Attorney General's Office, Fraud Prevention Division. This is truly sad. I am in the process of purchasing a home and cannot afford to have anyone pulling on my credit now. It is painfully obvious to me that this company is seeking out those with less than perfect credit to send this bogus credit card . It truly ticks me off that here I am trying to clean up my credit and this company is putting information on my credit report by doing a credit history, without my permission I might add. This does not look well on my report. I have never heard of this company and definitely do not intend to waste all my hard work on a company that sells high priced merchandise just to get my money. If you check some of the message boards throughout the Internet, Credicorp has been sued on numerous occassions. It seems to be a pattern, they get sued, go underground only to resurface again as those we the concerns are complete idiots and would not remember this bogus company. I mean really, they do not have the decency to even change their name...hahaha!!! It is so sad as to be hilarious. I pray that all who receives this bogus card in the mail will trash it, burn it, and report it to your local Better Business Bureau and/or your State Attorney General's office, Fraud Prevention Division. If we the consumers do not put a stop to this type of garbage, who will!!! I would like to thank all you guys for the insight into different credit scams and credit tricksters.