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  • nofrndofmngmnt nofrndofmngmnt Apr 11, 2002 11:04 PM Flag

    Re: Grubman

    Would be nice to see Mr.GRUBMAN suffer the same fate as some of his sterling CONFLICT OF INTEREST recommendations.Bankruptcy,disgrace public and family humiliation for the destruction of wealth that his greed has wrought. With a little bit of luck A.G. Spitzer will succeed in placing him behind bars.

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    • Mr. Grubman is still peddling stocks in the telecom sector such as WCOM, T, etc. He goes around giving seminars and speeches to brokers to tell them why they should recommend these stocks. I hope they take what he is saying with a mountain of salt.

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    • Here are the facts.
      I had a credit card account with your bank (Netscape Platinum MasterCard
      (#############).
      In November I�ve received a call from customer service regarding a suspicious charge (for a telephone call from France). I didn�t authorize this payment, and asked a service representative to close my account immediately, since this charge was not mine and looked like a fraud. Also I said, that I didn�t want to open any new account at all.
      In a couple of weeks I received a package with new credit cards with a new number (#############). I called and asked to close it. A customer representative assured me it was done.
      Soon I received a bill with a transferred balance (included this charge, I didn�t authorized, plus late fee). I called to the customer service once again, and again I was told that everything was just fine, and this bill was a mistake. But I continued to receive bills (with the growing finance charges) and letters about �delinquent amount�. I called again and again, and I got the same answers from the customer service. Then I�ve sent you a billing inquiry investigation form.
      I still receive bills and letters on a regular basis.
      So, I�m sending you a billing inquiry investigation form again.

      I will highly appreciate if you investigate the situation and close my account with you forever.

      Thank you,

      • 1 Reply to nikit2h
      • I told you about a mess:

        Here are the facts.
        I had a credit card account with your bank (Netscape Platinum MasterCard
        (#############).
        In November I�ve received a call from customer service regarding a suspicious charge (for a telephone call
        from France). I didn�t authorize this payment, and asked a service representative to close my account
        immediately, since this charge was not mine and looked like a fraud. Also I said, that I didn�t want to open
        any new account at all.
        In a couple of weeks I received a package with new credit cards with a new number (#############). I
        called and asked to close it. A customer representative assured me it was done.
        Soon I received a bill with a transferred balance (included this charge, I didn�t authorized, plus late fee). I
        called to the customer service once again, and again I was told that everything was just fine, and this bill was
        a mistake. But I continued to receive bills (with the growing finance charges) and letters about �delinquent
        amount�. I called again and again, and I got the same answers from the customer service. Then I�ve sent you
        a billing inquiry investigation form.
        I still receive bills and letters on a regular basis.
        So, I�m sending you a billing inquiry investigation form again.

        I will highly appreciate if you investigate the situation and close my account with you forever.

        Thank you,

 
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