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Victim Location 39194
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received what appeared to be a real credit card in the mail from Notable Capital. The letter said call the 877-460-0659 number to activate the card. I do not know this company and have not requested a credit card from them. Upon googling, i found that this was not a real credit card, ...no surprise. As i understand, if you call Notible or go to their website to activate the card, it gives Notible permission to access my credit report and other personal information. This is very deceptive and this should be illegal. What happens if this card were to be mailed to the wrong person and they activated the card in my name?

Victim Location 60106
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received an unsolicited credit card in the mail that they asked me to activate.

Victim Location 98108
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Card sent to us, included my adult daughter by her first initial. $150,000 credit limit, no info given on credit terms etc.

Victim Location 63005
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a very formal credit card notices, requiring me to activate my new card. 0% financing. Huge credit limit. No numbers except for the activation number.

Victim Location 75104
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received what appeared to be a new credit card in the USPS with my name over the name and address of a company that I work with frequently (as a contractor - not even an employee). It looked exactly like the mailings I receive from my legitimate credit card issuing companies. I checked with the Company shown on the card who were surprised, having no knowledge of the card. I looked more closely and on the back of the paperwork - at the very bottom (and in very fine print) it stated that Notable Capital reserves the right to verify my creditworthiness.

Obviously a sleight of hand to trick folks into "activating the card" - to open a new unsolicited credit account.

I will destroy the card - just hope that's sufficient to keep me out of credit and identity trouble.

Victim Location 86351
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received what appears to be a credit card (unsolicited) in the standard plain white envelope that is used when new cards are issued by a credit card company. I have never had any contact with the company (Notable Capital) that issued this card to my business. Card has a 16 digit number on the front and a sticker that says call (above number) to activate. Indicates my available credit is $150,000. Has an expiration date of one month following the "member since" date.

Research from various consumer sites concerning fraud indicate this is not new for this company and advises against calling the number as they will try to obtain personal information "for validation".

Victim Location 93618
Type of a scam Credit Cards

IMCA sent an open business line of credit to an "Employee" (not owner) for the $150,000.00.

Victim Location 48849
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Letter looked like a credit card came in the mail. had a credit card that has a activate toll free number and website (as above). I called and inquired, the my confirmed my information and info about my business: phone #, email, website, address, married and maiden name. When I asked him about the apr, loan interest rates etc. he told me the interest would be the going rate, maybe about 4%, i asked him if that was on the dollar amount or monthly, he began to explain.... "If you are given a working capital loan it would be deposited into your business account, say it was $10,000.00..."

at which point i began to laugh uncontrollably, he asked me if it was funny, i said yes, he said well what amounts do u purchase in, (me laughing) hundreds? (me laughing, "yes")

Told him he was probably was looking for the manufacturing plant down the road, he could send me his application, but I probably wouldn't qualify.

After I hung up and stopped laughing, I got nervous and found a blog of peoples experiences with this same scam!!

Victim Location 50314
Type of a scam Credit Cards

RECEIVED THE ACTUAL CARD IN THE MAIL WITH A $150,000 CREDIT LIMIT...SAID CALL TO ACTIVATE...CARD HAS NO VISA/MASTERCARD LOGO ON FRONT...BACK OF CARD HAS NO SIGNATURE AREA OR CSC CODE

I NEVER APPLIED FOR THIS CARD OR HAD EVER HEARD OF THE BUSINESS.

Victim Location 30342
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a "credit card" in the mail from this scam company with an available credit limit of $500,000. It's not a real credit card - there is no signature line on the back - and there is no phone number of the company on the card. What would happen if my mail was stolen and someone else activated the line of credit?

This company should be shut down.

Desired Settlement: I'd like them reported for attempted fraud and identity theft.

Victim Location 10019
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Sent an unsolicited credit card with a message at the top "Activate Your Card Now!" The page says "Available Credit $150,000". Unfortunately, I called the "for program details" and left an irate message "Cancel!". Turns out all the numbers on the page are the same number. (Did I "activate" unintentionally?)

Victim Location 53037
Type of a scam Credit Cards

sent in letter saying i have 750,000 credit limit. called right after and said i owned the business which i dont. wouldnt deactivate card. guy said his name was paul.

Victim Location 48128
Type of a scam Credit Cards

an employee of ours received a credit card for Notable Capital Premium Platinum Card (no VISA or Master Card emblem associated). The employees name is on the card as well as the business name, Kearns Brothers, Inc.

0.0% intro rate,

$150,000 available credit

member since 08/16

valid thru 09/16

Victim Location 06824
Type of a scam Credit Cards

This letter came in a plain white envelope, just like a real credit card. It says "HERE IS YOUR NEW NOTABLE CAPITAL PREMIUM PLATINUM CARD". There are multiple activation notices on the letter -- just like on a real credit card. The letter even says that I have a $150,000 credit limit. I don't have a credit card from Notable Capital, and I never requested one. The card says "Member Since 8/16", but the expiration is "9/16".

The card number format begins with a "4" and is 16 digits long. That's VISA. Yet nowhere does this letter or card say "VISA" or have the VISA logo.

The phone numbers on the letter only discuss activation. I know from my real credit cards that calling the number from my home will automatically activate the card. But I don't want to activate it; I want this stopped.

Also, there is no signature box or CVV2, and there are no other codes printed on the back of the card.

Flipping the letter over showed a blank page with a tiny paragraph at the bottom: "This is not an offer of credit. Notable Capital reserves the right to verify your financial information and to confirm you credit worthiness in its sole discretion. This will include, bit is not limited to, verifying banking and trade relationships and obtaining credit reports. Notable Capital Fraud Protection Program protects the owner of this business."

Looking over the entire front page, there is absolutely nothing that identifies this as an advertisement. In fact, it explicitly says that it is a credit card (with $150,000 in credit available). On the back, they say it is not a credit offer.

Victim Location 90045
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a credit card from them with my name, my husband's business, $150K credit line, looking like a visa

with visa starting numbers but isn 't one. Only phone number listed is to activate the card. All information and

writing on letter looks like it is legitimate, but on the back of the letter it says, this is not an offer of credit.

The biggest concern, I don't know who these people are, I did not order a credit card from them. I researched

online and came across a blog site that listed many other people receiving the same scam. The site link is

below and it's lists out everything the same as I received

https://www.hackerfactor.com/blog/index.php?/archives/696-Whats-In-Your-Wallet.h... />
It sounds like the used to go by IMCA

Victim Location 62286
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a mailing with a credit card. No Visa or other logo on the card. No CVV code on back. $150,000 available credit for our company with a fraudulent name. 3 different phone numbers on the card, mailing and webpage.

Victim Location 92127
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I have a received a credit card in my name against my business from Notable Capital. I have never requested or asked for any credit card related information from this company and I have no such need. And the said credit card that was dispatched came with only one number for the purposes of activation. Despite that I tried calling this number in anticipation of speaking to someone and resolve the issue. However the call does not connect. I am deeply concerned by these practices. It is a service I did not ask for and I do not want to be victim of any financial fraud. I am worried that I even tried calling this number.

Additionally the card sent does not have a signature panel, CVV code, any Visa branding, which does not speak well for the credibility this mailing.

I am hopeful that my calling the number did not activate anything as I did not enter the 16 digit card #; which is asked for on the web site and therefore I have not pursued.

I have reported the concern to the FTC

Victim Location 37912
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a credit card in the mail that I didn't apply for. It looks like a regular credit card with the activation sticker. However, on the back of the card it doesn't have a CCV number, signature space or contact number in case of theft. The only number on anywhere is the activation number. It has a $150,000 credit limit and is only valid for one month.

Victim Location 22203
Type of a scam Credit Cards

This letter came in a plain white envelope, just like a real credit card. It says in big letters "HERE IS YOUR NEW NOTABLE CAPITAL CAPITAL PREMIUM PLATINUM CARD". And there are multiple activation notices on the letter -- just like on a real credit card.

There's just one problem... I don't have a credit card from Notable Capital, and I never requested one. In fact, I've never heard of Notable Capital.

First, there is no contact phone number. The only number on the back of the card is for a different activation phone number.

Second, there is no signature box. Regardless of how useless it is and how seldom it is checked, the signature box is a required part of the credit card. (See USC Title 15 Section 1643(a)(1)(F).)

Third, there is no CVV2 and there are no other codes printed on the back of the card. Real credit cards have a couple of different numeric codes around the signature box. These are used to validate the card when the physical card is not present. (Such as when making a purchase online or over the phone.)

Victim Location 30019
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received an unsolicited Premium Platinum Business Credit Card, subtitled Equipment Lease Card, from this company. It purports to have an available credit limit of $150,000. I did not solicit this card. I do not want this card, I am concerned that this company has illegally accessed my credit information, and by their unauthorized issuance of this card has adversely affected my credit report and/or credit score.

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