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Samuel –

Victim Location 33334

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Was sent a credit card that states $150,000 credit limit and to call to activate. This was sent without me asking for one, or knowing who this company is- Integrate Capital. The card has my personal name and an account number. However, the card does not look like a real credit card it has no major credit card logo, the back is blank- just the website of the company. it is asking to call to activate but gives no other information as to what this is for. Also, something very suspicious are dates: member since 2/17 and valid thru 3/17. On the bottom of the letter, it states the company reserves the right to verify your financial information and confirm credit, with credit reports.

I looked at the website it directs me to, and it asks to input the account number to activate- no other information. This is very alarming and makes me feel my personal information is at stake for fraud.

Amelia –

Victim Location 64113

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Letter containing "credit card" and offer of $500,000 available credit.

Shannon –

Victim Location 12866

Type of a scam Credit Cards

This company, also d/b/a Notable Capital, sent a letter to my spouse’s business which looks almost identical to those accompanying a new credit card: an embossed "credit card" with a fake 16-digit code but no CVV code, hologram, chip, or other security feature with a "call now to activate" sticker and a claimed credit line of $500,000 (!).

In microscopic print on the back of the letter is a disclaimer: "this is not an offer of credit".

At the minimum, this company is fraudulently luring people into applying for a business loan under the guise of a (fake) credit card. It could be much worse – identity theft etc – but no point in risking it by engaging with them.

Erik –

Victim Location 07630

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I was sent a credit card with my name and company name on it without permission. There is no contact phone number on the back, the card is valid from 1/17 to 3/17. There is no credit card security code on the card.

Brandi –

Victim Location 11716

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received an unsolicited credit card in the mail, upon further review the card has a 1 month expiry date and no sign bar on back of card as is the norm with "real" cards. This seems like a scam and is very unsettling as upon opening the mail correspondence it seemed like my identify may have been compromised. This sort of practice should be outlawed! Everything about the offer seemed legitimate up to and including a number to call and activate the card and credit limits, which are astronomical.

Marco –

Victim Location 55118

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received an unsolicited credit card in the mail with a name of a former employee and my business’s name and a phone number to call to activate the card. Oddly, there is no signature bar on the back of the card, the expiration date is in just two months, and the credit limit is $500,000! Upon research on the web, this is apparently a scam.

Shaun –

Victim Location 65803

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

I received a letter addressed to one of our employees that looks like a valid credit card offer with our business name on it, with the card attached and an activation number sticker on it. On closer inspection, the card has NO bank information or associated info on the card. NO address, no phone numbers, however, it does have a series of numbers, 4 sets of 4, beginning with a 5 like a mastercard would have…no logo though and says it is only valid for one month and 0%interest for 90 days with an approved credit line of $150,000, however, nothing that states the interest rate beyond 90 days or how or who is sponsoring it. Then in a small box in small print on back it says that it is NOT an offer for credit? Very deceptive and the only thing on the back of the card is their website.

This isn’t the first one I’ve received but this is THE MOST deceptive one I have received! I would like to get this scam stopped if at all possible. Had my employee decided to call and apply for this from what I am reading on the online forum I found when I googled this business name, they want ALL of your personal info and permission to access your credit report and banks as posted by some who actually fell for this scam. I would not want my information out there or my credit report accessed, as this lowers your score, and IF it isn’t an application for credit then it must be phishing for information. Please investigate and report!

Eugene –

Victim Location 85718

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Sent to work address with personal name associated with a made up company name. Credit card attached with a member since date of 11/16 valid through 01/17. Have never heard of this company and in no way had applied for a credit card.

Anne –

Victim Location 60491

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Implying I have opened a credit card with this company(which I have NOT). Website does not exist. Wanting me to initiate further contact. CAGEY MARKETING MAY DUPE SOMEONE INTO PROVIDING INFO.



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