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Victim Location 33460
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received an unsolicited business credit offer that has A legitimate looking credit card with my name and company name printed on it with a letter saying I have a $90,000 available credit limit and call today to activate your connector capital preferred card. With 0.0 percent interest introductory offer. I never except these, one because I don’t have the income to cover that kind of debt, And second I don’t know who this company is and never heard of them. So I researched it online and found this and second I don’t know who this company is never heard of them. So I researched it online and found this page from the BBB.

Victim Location 33175
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a Credit Card with my Name and Company Name on it. It said I have an Available Credit of $90,000 with a 0% Interest Intro offer and an Account Date of 11/3/2017, 37 days ago. All I had to do is call 833-784-1271 or go to www.connectorcapital.com and enter the credit card number they assigned me to activate the card.

This was never requested and the FBI, FTC, IRS and any other 3 letter government agency should go after them.

I never went thru with the activation sequence, I went to google and saw the ScamPulse.com advisory.

Victim Location 19020
Type of a scam Credit Cards

We received an unsolicited credit card with our owner's name, business name and unique account number printed on it. The attached letter stated we had a $90,000 credit limit. This is not something we applied for. When I called the (833) 254-8766 number, the person acknowledged that it was not a swipeable card but rather a solicitation. Pretty misleading nonetheless.

Victim Location 30011
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Rec'd credit card all printed up with both mine and my husbands names and a limit of $90,000. We did not apply for this card. And we didn't call the number- I looked it up before hand and it was not a normal number.

Victim Location 98584
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a credit card in the mail with a website or phone number to call to activate the card $90,000. I knew I didn't request one and found it strange that an actual credit card came in the mail. Thankfully I didn't activate it. Did say 0.0% for first 90 days and nothing about what the interest would be after that.

Victim Location 31088
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received by USPS, a total scam, destroy card, DO NOT respond in any way

Victim Location 63368
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Got a unsolicited credit card in the amount of $90,000 credit limit was suspicious so I looked it up online and found the ScamPulse.com already knows about connector capital so l did not activate the card or contact connector capital

Victim Location 55379
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Our company received a credit card via regular USPS letter from Connector Capital. The card showed the name of the former owner, who retired 5 years ago with the company name printed below his. It was a real credit card with a "Call Now to Activate" sticker on the physical card. Available Credit: $250,000 Balance $0 Expiration Date 01/2018 (next month) Magnetic strip on back however no CVV number. Also no emblem for VISA, MCard or AMEX on card or paperwork. Account date of 30 days prior to receiving it. Since we are a privately held, small company with approximately 20 employees, this was of great concern. We googled and found the "scam" warnings on the BBB.org and immediately shredded the card and filed a complaint. Oh, and in very, very small print on the back it said "This card is intended to serve as an invitation to apply for business cards". What a horrible tactic!

Victim Location 36608
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received unsolicited offer of $90k credit card called Platinum Equipment Lease Card from Notable Capital. Checked w/ ScamPulse.com for alerts. Did not activate

Victim Location 97209
Type of a scam Credit Cards

$90,000 line of credit, preferred card.

Victim Location 07024
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received the Credit Card in the mail on 12/8/17. It is a very bare one page with the actual credit card glued on with the sticker asking to call the number to activate. Credit available listed at $90,000.

It just didn't look right and I decided to check on line. This is the first time I am reporting something.

Victim Location 26757
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received an unsolicited credit card with a $90,000 limit. Fine print indicates that it's an offer of business credit after identity is confirmed leading me to believe that they will request personal information if called.

Victim Location 57701
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Unsolicited credit card received in mail with $90,000 available credit. I was asked to call above number to activate the card. The small print on the back of the single sheet on which the card was stuck had only 6 lines of invitation relating to the card including, "Connector Capital reserves the right to verify financial information and to confirm credit worthiness in it sole discretion. This may include, but is not limited to, verifying banking and trade relationships and obtaining credit reports. Connector Capital Fraud Protection Program protects the identity and owner of this business."

Victim Location 95125
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a credit card with a $90,000 credit limit.

Victim Location 30078
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received an unsolicited credit card with a credit limit of $90,000

Victim Location 93726
Type of a scam Credit Cards

This company sent mail to our business address (we are small private non-profit) in a name no one recognized. The second letter was a credit card in this unknown person's name with our company name also on the card. We are shredding the card and filing complaints as directed by the info on the BBB website. Grateful we were suspicious and googled the company first, and that BBB had an easy to find post related to this company's fraudulent history.

Victim Location 98040
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Unsolicited high-line-of-credit card. $90,000 limit. Real embossed credit card with number starting 206295.

Account start date at least 30 days prior to receipt in the mail (that's suspicious).

Victim Location 10577
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a credit card mailed to our business for an account with a Credit Card number and an availble credit of $90k.

Victim Location 98321
Type of a scam Credit Cards

We received an unsolicited credit card in the name of our business, with a $90,000 limit, telling us to "ACTIVATE NOW" by calling 1-844-349-5189.

Victim Location 02458
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a credit card in the mail, unsolicited, from Connector Capital. This card could be activated with a phone call and had a $90,000 limit. I researched it and it is a scam

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