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December 18, 2006, 4:50 am
Do I have an account with you? I am looking for USA Credit, they have taken mony out of my bank account. Please let me know.
Unfortunately,we cannot share any information on this problem, as we have no access to your checking or credit card accounts and to your personal inforamtion, our task being to help potential customers choose the right credit card and apply for it online. To clear out the question, please contact the credit card company you adressed to for credit. Unfortunately, we cannot give you any contact information about USA Credit, as they are not our partners.

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Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
December 18, 2006, 4:33 am
several days ago i got three emails allegedly from bank of america, asking me to activate my credit card, and referencing my "account with bank of america". since i don't bank with you and i didn't apply for a credit card, i deleated this email - except for one of them that i wrote back and simply said "I don't have an account with b of a". I need to know if someone has tried to open an account in my name. My daughter just had an identity theft occur and now i\'m suspicious about everything. Please contact me to confirm that no one has opened an account in my name. My daughter has a B of A credit card. Her name is Heather A. Rufino.
You are right to suspect identity theft. But we do not have any information concerning your credit or checking accounts or credit card numbers and any other personal information. So you should immediately call the bank and clear the situation out. They are likely to invite you to prove you have nothing in common with the person to whom those emails were addressed. Do not forget to turn to credit bureaus to report of identity theft. After that your credit history will be closed for credit inquiries.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
December 18, 2006, 4:28 am
I have an application that i want to apply online for with activation#XXX8918 and i cant find the visa card to apply for online for your offer
Look through Visa credit card offers presented at our site one more time, you might have missed the needed one. If you still can't find it, maybe, you should try to use the search engine to find this credit card, or there should be a web address or phone number in your pre-approval letter. If you still can't find it, you can suspect that Visa credit card offer to be a scam,as it is impossible to find out how to apply for it.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
December 18, 2006, 4:21 am
I went ahead and let you all run my credit by phone and have been awaiting for my card for a month. I haven't received any information. Where is the 1-800 number on this cite. What is the deal. I hope this isn't a scam.... my number is XXX CONTACT ME ASAP
Our site provides official information on credit card offers and helps you to compare and choose them, we also redirect customers to the official sites of the banks to make online card applications there. We have no phone service, while there is online credit card care service. If you have ever applied for a credit card and haven't got any response from the bank, you are likely to have been denied, so to make sure call this bank and ask. Our site have no access to your private information, and therefore, to your credit history.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
December 18, 2006, 4:20 am
i applied for a card nov 24 and got approved and you guys took out the 149.95 and i was wanting to know when i would get may card and if you guys would send me back an email verifiing my address
BestCreditOffers.com does not have access to any of your checking or credit card accounts. It is necessary that you contact your Bank immediately and ask them to provide a phone number for the company that withdraws $149.95 from your account. Once you obtain that phone you can call and speak directly to the company that charges your account. There is also a possibility that the amount of money taken from your account is a setup fee for your credit card, and you were not aware of it, maybe it has slipped of your notice or the terms of the credit card offers were changed by the bank. Anyway, contact your bank to clear out the situation.

Regards,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
December 18, 2006, 4:04 am
I would like to know is whin my credit card will get hear after the $250.00 was taken from my checking acount so pleas let me know asap thank you for your time
Best-Credit-Offers.com does not have access to any of your checking or credit card accounts and we are not aware of the status of your credit card application. We suggest you contact your Bank and ask them to provide a phone number for the company that withdraws $250.00 from your account. Once you obtain that phone, please call and speak directly to the company that charges your account. Or it may happen so that this amount is a setup fee for your credit card and it was noted in the terms&conditions which probably slipped of your notice.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service.
December 18, 2006, 3:52 am
how do i pay my bill online
If online bill payment is available for your credit card (it should be pointed out in terms&conditions of your credit card), you can go to the official site of your bank, register there and after filling out a given form, you make the money be sent to your account, as if you were doing this by ATM. It is also possible to check up your balance at the official site of your bank. You can't do this at our site, as we have no access to your credit card accounts or your personal information.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
December 7, 2006, 1:37 am
I entered the wrong mailing address. The address I provided is not my mailing address. What can I do?
You can do nothing, if you have already submitted your application. I mean, the credit card, if approved, will be sent to the address you given. You can either cancel the application, thus damaging your credit, or call the bank and report about the mistake (they may change your data, but may not do it as well), or expect to receive the credit card at that address.
Anyway, call the bank and ask them.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
November 10, 2006, 3:19 am
ARE THERE OTHER CREDIT CARDS I CAN QUALIFY FOR WITH A SCORE OF 650-690 (ONE REPORT HAS 650 AN THE OTHER HAS 690
Having such credit rating, you qualify for fair credit (620-659) to
good credit (660-749). The exact type of credit you have is determined by the lender or creditor. Before you get to know this, examine the fair credit card offers and good credit card offers.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service.
November 9, 2006, 12:21 am
never wanted charge cards, but now that i am out of scool and my parents bought my car i have no credit. everyone wants you to have credit but they won't give you ant. i do work as a waiter and do very well. so i need help in how toobtain credit since i am 23 and would like to buy a house one day.
Try to get a secured credit card. It will require a deposit in a bank, which will define the amount of credit you'll get.

Best,
Manager of Immediate Credit Card Care Service
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