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here is what i found for you :::::::
Consumer Credit Services
First National Card
61 W. Utah St., Suite 63, Las Vegas, NV 89102
• First National Card: Too Good to be True?
• Consumer Complaints
Gabriella of Jamaica NY (02/28/08)
I received a card with my name on it and pre-approved for $6,500. I decided to research it via the internet, and found this website. I would like to say thank you to this website and all the people who posted their comments, as you all saved me from a scam, and hopefully with me posting this will help someone else. Please note that I did not apply for the card, it just came to me with my name on it and was pre-approved, just like most of the other complaints.
Steven of Daytona Beach FL (02/25/08)
I have made several attempts to try get these jerks to stop mailing me their rip-off trash. I don't want my information in this bunch of thiefs' hands. What can I do to stop them from contacting me?
Bunmi of Sterling Heights MI (02/25/08)
I got an unsolicited mail from 1st National card, enclosed is a card that looks like a credit card and information on how to activate with other information. I read closely and perceived this is fraudulent and shared the information with my wife who also felt the same. Disturbed by this strange mail and offer of $6500 credit purchase limit, I decided to go on the net for more information about this company. I thank God for the information available on this site and I wish the general public be notified. I still have the card with me, unactivated, and I do not hope to activate it.
Crystal of Pawtucket RI (02/24/08)
I received the first national card a couple months back, either january or december. I was baffled that the card already had my name on it. I was concerned about that, I didn't think I had applied for the card and I thought I may have forgotten about it. I did go online and tried to look up a catalog site and did not find one. The page never loaded. I put the card aside. Being aware it was here and that very tempting $6,500 offer, I thought about it due to the fact my husband has just returned home from Iraq and as most army wives know, everything falls apart when the husband is away so long. I put the paper away and figured I would read it later. (I never did).
My husband received one last week sometime, around the middle of february. This time I made sure I checked out the internet. I knew it had to be a scam knowing that I never did receive a catalog in the mail and got nothing on the internet. This time this website did show up. Thank God I listened to my instincts on this. Thank You Consumer Affairs for confirming my suspicions. As for those of you receiving offers for your children, i have not gotten one for mine, it may come soon though. I did however receive mail offers for my DOG in prior years. Apparently if you use your children's or pet's name or any other you can think of in the phone book, with the idea that you don't want to pay for an unlisted # you are not required to use your real name in the book but you do so have to on the bill. Any one will and can get your info (ie name&address) from the phone book. It is a sad day when all people have to do is look for phone records to get their mailing list. here is more::::::::::::::::::You’ll also see that if you activate by phone, you must provide banking information and you’ll have an 8 to 14-day "trial period" before your bank account is hit for $199.99.
Additionally, activating by phone will enroll you in a 30-day trial of two “great programs" that will cost $99.99 each if you don’t cancel in time. Oh, and don't forget to tack on a $198.00 annual fee and a $29.99 “rush processing fee.”
That adds up to $627.96 -- pretty expensive considering it gets you just about nothing of indisputable value.
Unfortunately, many consumers -- perhaps short of cash and starved for credit -- don't read the offer carefully and have no idea how much they'll be paying upfront for something that may not help them.
A typical complaint goes something like this: “I just got this card in the mail and when I called to activate they said I needed to give them my checking account info. This is a scam!”
how long to deliver a letter from national return centre uk ?
hi yes it can take up to 13 working days so yeah I mean you should have it back by now, the receiver does have the option to pay for the fee and accept the letter if not then it's returned to the return center who may or MAY NOT choose to return the letter, they will look to see if anything valuable is inside the letter, it there its just paper documents they may just destroy it instead of returning it. you should contact the return center as you should have it back by now many thanks contact me e-mail if u need further help
Federal tax return!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
Generally the IRS internal policy is for a return that is delayed, to correspond at least every 30 days.
Sometimes several return get stapled together and when they separate them several pages are attached to the wrong return, especially if the missing schedule was the last one in the envelope. Also, envelopes are candled before being destroyed, documents in the envelope are associated with the return, but can take up to 90 days to get associated as processing is done in batches and as it finishes in one area the return moves making it difficult to be associated.
Usually thy send a letter stating why they can not process the form and give you 30 days to provide the missing schedule. If you have tried to resolve a problem several times, or you are experiencing a hardship because of the problem, you can call the office of the national taxpayer advocate (your local office can be found by typing National Taxpayer advocate phone in the search box at www.irs.gov.
They can place an order which pulls the return in process and routes it to their advocate to review the return, get the information from you, associate it and lace it back in processing in an expedited manner.
I'd call one more time and ask what date the letter of explanation was sent. If it has not been sent or was sent long enough ago that you should have received it I'd call the Taxpayer advocate.