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Allied Bank / Discrimination

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I applied for a Mastercard at Allied Bank about 3 months ago. After waiting for the Bank's reply for over two months, I called the bank to find out the status of my application. I was told that my application was disapproved but did not give me any reason. My income is about 20 times larger than an average employee in this country, and I also owned my own home. When I complained, I was told that I have to deposit some cash in their bank as a collateral. I felt that I have been discrimated because of my age. As of this date, Allied Bank never gave me the real reason why my application was disapproved.


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N  22nd of Mar, 2010 by 
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Is that your only complaint?What are you 6?At least they didn't rob you of your money.Go to bed.I think I hear your mummy calling you.
N  29th of Jun, 2010 by 
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N  29th of Nov, 2012 by 
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Allied Bank Philippines online facilities is always offline... What's the use of having an online service if their website is always down.
N  18th of Feb, 2013 by 
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Allied Bank - Credit card chages dispute
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Way back in 2007 or 2008 I noticed charges on my Allied Bank credit card statement that I did not recognize a couple to a train company in Italy called Trenitalia and one to a web hosting company in USA. I think the amounts were around US$1200. I informed Allied bank right away. I even found other people with the same issue on this website, example here: https://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/trenitalia-c41569.html Allied Bank failed to do a charge back within the normal 120 days. They then decided that I should pay the amounts due and I refused. Eventually the issue was "dropped" by Allied Bank and they no longer pressed me to pay. I closed the card account. I had previously been an excellent client always paying by card bills. Now fast forward to 2012 and I get an offer for a credit card from Metro Bank. But they cannot issue it because of a bad credit check because of the issue from Allied Bank. I contact Allied Bank again to try to get this issues all cleared - clearly I am not a bad credit risk. But they said they require payment of over US$3000 which covers interest and legal fees so that they can clear my name and the account. I refused and tell them its their fault for not doing a charge-back in the first place. They are now reviewing their decision. But I been waiting since December 2012 for them to decide.
N  2nd of Mar, 2013 by 
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I was not attempting to defraud my previous bank. How you do work that out!!! I am complaining that my previous bank, Allied Bank were too slow to act and unlike most other banks failed to do a chargeback for the charges on my card THAT WERE NOT MADE BY ME. This failure by Allied Bank all those years ago is preventing me from getting credit now
N  2nd of Mar, 2013 by 
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1 March 2013 update: I was trying to get a new credit card in December 2012 with Metro Bank but they said the Allied Bank issue is stopping them from issuing it to me and I need to get Allied to clear the issue. Since raising this as an issue with Allied Bank in December 2012 they are still considering what to do - progress is very slow and been waiting for almost 4 months now.

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