Cardholder Services

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    • January 9, 2024
    • by Jc. Holt
    • Complaint

    Scary Cardholder Services

    I received a note today that said they have received my new address. The card ID expires 0326. Don't have any cards bearing the 0326 numbers. The letter does not contain a phone number. note, so not sure of what to do. After reading about the complaints, it suggests that something has to be done about this kind of thing. Nobody has time for such a thing at the moment. I'm not paying attention and hope it's not a matter of somebody other.

    • January 11, 2024
    • by Yeehaw
    • Complaint

    Scam Service

    The same letter was sent to me from the generic cardholder service. Very suspicious. They are asking me to provide my SSN along with other identification details in order to register for a debit card. What? Glad I looked it up online to find out the scam was real.

    • January 12, 2024
    • by Gina Freeman
    • Complaint

    Fraud Alert

    I received a recent mail from the cardholder service 551617. I suspect it's fraudulent because it stated that I changed the address of the card that I haven't received and after I called the number online, they repeatedly asked me to see a card number 16 and the number in the letter are only 10, so they told me they didn't get it from them.

    • January 16, 2024
    • by Ruby
    • Complaint

    It Is Scam

    I got the same email from jacksonville 32255, fl. account number is not a valid credit card Number, however it's my personal account number that is used to me for benefits from UI. If this is a fraud, they've got my UI details. You should check whether the information is identical to you. If you've never been able to apply for UI then maybe someone else did under your name? You shouldn't ignore the possibility. (877) 757-5424, is the bank's number for a relia credit card in case you're able to access it however, I was unable to.

    • January 17, 2024
    • by James
    • Complaint

    Big Big Big Scam

    I received a mailer from the shareholder service from Jacksonville, Florida I don't have a card that has the number SCAMMMMMMMMM, and I'm not even in this area at all.

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