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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Luke, Oct 21, 2000.
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I have never heard of them, but sending $289 to a company that won't answer questions sounds kinda fishy to me?
I would just get off the phone. One out of two is not so bad.
DON'T SEND THEM $289.00 TAKE YOUR BUSINESS ELSEWERE.
If you accept the offer, you probably deserve it. (j/k)
Shred it, burn it and litter accross the ocean. Some things are not even worth recycling.
Luke, I got the same letter (I posted a question about the company a few weeks back). After doing some research on the Net, I was even more suspicious, as I could find no information on Pacific Bancom. I was also not filled with confidence at their hand-addressed envelope. I shredded the thing. One of the folks on this board did suggest sending it to the Postal Inspectors, as it is most likely mail fraud.