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Bank card empire scam
If you get contacted by Bank Card Empire. Please do NOT sign anything with them.
The old saying is, "If something sounds to good to be true, it usually is not true".
Bank Card Empire's sales reps are very very good. They will not give in. They will call you 2-3 times a week.
They will even go to the extremes to put their "supervisor" on the line to get you moreconvinced that this is "the opportunity of a life time"
The more you invest with them the more money you will be able to get back. It is all a lie. Check them out on BBB "Better Business Bureau". They and their affiliates are all rated F, which is the worst rating you can achieve with BBB. They will lie to you when you confront them about this, and all they want is to take advantage of anyone that are weak because of our financial situation, that we are all dealing with today.
Bank Card Empire are located in
They even have people that call themselves "Managers" to call and threaten you and use the most foul language to you, that you would not believe.
I have received paper work from United States Postal Service,
Be aware, that anything you put your signature on, as in my case a 1099-tax form, they will falsify your signature and put it on their invoices e.t.c. and claim that you signed with them.
I was very very lucky, after 6 month of terrible harassment and threats, to have won my case to get my money back. But I know that there are plenty of people out there that have not been as fortunate as me.
The affiliates to Bank Card Empire are:
Ultimate Business Solutions,
American Marketing Strategy,
Advanced Solutions Marketing,
Red Clover Marketing,
Advanced Merchant Capital LLC, all are based out of
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