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Victim Location 30340
Type of a scam Credit Cards

received in mail a credit card with $90,000 available credit. wanted me to call 833-789-3772 or go to www. connectorcapital.com to activate credit card.

Victim Location 94583
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Did not order this credit card.

Victim Location 45229
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a credit card with an available credit limit of $90,000 addressed to me. The address had my incorrect division and street address. I called the company to decline the activation of the credit card.

Victim Location 10020
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Unsolicited credit card, with available credit line of $90K came in the mail addressed to me at my business.

Victim Location 30041
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received unsolicited credit card in mail.

Victim Location 92019
Type of a scam Credit Cards

We received an unsolicited credit card in the mail from Connector Capital with a $90,000 credit limit and 0.00% introductory offer. Along with instruction to activate the card by phone or online. I looked up the name, as I have never heard of them nor ever applied for a card from them. I did not activate the card or call the number.

Victim Location 33805
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received unsolicited credit card

Victim Location 19102
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received what looks like a very legitimate credit card in the mail, the letter includes activation instructions, account number, available credit (250,000) and my name and old business name and address. This doesn't look like an invitation for credit, it looks like an account that was already set up and then they are mailing you the actual card.

Victim Location 10017
Type of a scam Credit Cards

This company sends you a credit card with your actual name and company and when you call up, they attempt to get deeper personal information to 'activate' your card. beware of this and make sure you shred this card and anything related to it.

Victim Location 08822
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a credit card through the mail in the name of our previous Office Manager and old company name. When I called to inquire who requested the card, Joel (the person who answered the phone) asked if I was the owner of the company. I told him "no" and explained I am the Office Manager. He proceeded to tell me the card is intended for the "Owner" of the business and asked if the owner was available. I explained the owner was not available and that the card was issued in our old business name and in the name of an employee who no longer works at our office. Joel then proceeded to hang up on me.

I was very suspicious of the call and after some research on the internet confirmed my suspicions that it was a fraud.

Victim Location 02138
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I just received a Connector Capital credit card at my business asking me to activate the card now. I never applied for this card. The card has a $90,000 credit limit. I am following the ScamPulse.com advice and will shred the card and the letter, I am reporting this scam, and will file a complaint with the FTC.

Victim Location 70448
Type of a scam Credit Cards

FAKE 0% CREDIT CARD THAT IT SAYS I OPENED WITH A $90,000 DOLLAR LIMIT AND CALL THIS NUMBER OR GO TO THIS WEBSITE TO ACTIVATE, HAS A CREDIT CARD ATTACHED JUST LIKE THE REAL COMPANIES. I DID NEITHER. APPARENTLY ACCORDING TO ScamPulse.com IT'S A SCAM AND SHRED THE CARD AND DON'T CALL THE NUMBER OR GO TO THE WEBSITE OR YOU WILL RUIN YOUR CREDIT BY ACTIVATING THE CARD.

Victim Location 94127
Type of a scam Credit Cards

received an unsolicited credit card with my name on it, accompanied by instructions to call by phone or by visiting their website to activate. Lists my credit limit as $90,000! I tried the number to ask about legitimacy, but heard only music. Website asks for name, email address, etc, which I did not provide. Worry this is a scam..

Victim Location 50322
Type of a scam Credit Cards

received in the mail a credit card in my and the business name for $250,0000.

Victim Location 98121
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a business credit card addressed to a former employee for a credit limit of $90K. We didn't request a card from this company. Did some research and discovered it is a scam.

Victim Location 90010
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a credit card with available credit $90,000. Although I have never opened credit card, I was wondering how they could open the credit card in my name. There was an activation instruction but fortunately I did not activate it.

Victim Location 81507
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Just received a credit card in the mail from Connector Capital. Says my available credit is $90,000. It's in my name and our business name. I never applied for this so I'm thinking its a scam. Says introductory offer of 0.0% Not a whole lot of information is on the card but says to activate call this number, 1-833-417-4258.

Just doesn't seem real or right if someone activates these cards they could get into trouble. I did not activate it or call this number. I don't think I'm a victim but I'm hoping this can stop others from being a victim.

Victim Location 30009
Type of a scam Credit Cards

An ex whom I haven't lived with in years said what looked very important mail came for me. It was mailed to a 2+ year old address, addressed to me, and my older company name. A company that isn't actively being run right now so I definitely didn't go opening a 90k credit line with this company. Its stated all I needed to do was to activate & use, a real credit card with my name & company name on it. It also showed I just got it, saying I am a member from 11/17 (last month). Red flags went up for me especially since I'm not doing much for that company. The card is going to be destroyed and I will NOT be using this card. Heads up to anyone else.

Victim Location 91108
Type of a scam Credit Cards

They sent me a "credit card" which was actually an invitation to apply for a credit card with a very large limit. I never applied for the credit card and shredded everything.

Victim Location 60002
Type of a scam Credit Cards

In today's mail we received a high limit credit card from this company along with a letter telling us to call and activate the card. The card and letter looked very real and had the business owners name and our company name imprinted on it. I thought it might be a real new line of credit until I noticed the expiration date was next month. I then Googled the "bank" name and found several scam alerts. This credit card was unsolicited but meant to look real in order to trick people into calling and giving out information. unfortunately I shredded the card and letter before deciding I should report this to the ScamPulse.com so I do not have anything to upload.

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