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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by dinob12, May 14, 2001.
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IT IS A CATALOGUE SHOPPING CARD FOR OVER PRICED JUNK NOT A VISA/MC.
Ok they will "SHOP" you around, is it worth 30 HARD inquires to get one VISA/MC???
STAY AWAY FROM THEM.......!!!!!!!!
This sounds like the same scam that has been floating around for a while....
Overpriced merchandise (waayy overpriced) and I'm willing to bet that their "bank" claim is a huge lie...
This scam has been going around for years. You will not get a mastercard or visa. You will get a gold card from the issuer that is good only for their catalogue. No one ever buys the catalogue stuff because it is overpriced and they require a downpaymnent that equals what you would pay for the same item in a local store. They make all their money from the upfront fees you pay. When I worked for the government, we raided a place like this. Their fees from people were in the tens of millions of dollars. Their actual catalogue sales were under $20,000.
Thanks for the information.....Will definetely heed the advice given..