Low Pay Card / Scam alert. Ripping off people's bank accounts.
This is the latest fraud scam cooked up by the same hustler/thieves that gave us the real estate debacle. Since milking that cow dry, they have moved on to direct marketing where they can insinuate themselves into your bank account and just simply remove money when they want. When you call up to cancel the service, if you're lucky enough to get a human, you will get a rude idiot who always claims to be new on the job and not sure how to cancel your account. Then you are put on hold for a "Manager" who never arrives, or if they do, their computer always goes down so they can't access your account until the problem's fixed. Or they simply hang up, leaving you with another few hours of fruitlessly trying to contact them. I would assume that the banks would do something about this scam since they are facilitating it. But obviously, as you've discovered, your bank will make it as difficult as possible to cancel their license to steal because they're so overwhelmed with victims of all these new scams that they can't cope. DON'T BECOME A VICTIM OF LOWPAYCARD. When you receive that card that tells you have have $7, 500 in credit, an amount that is immediately upped to $8, 500 as soon as they feel the fish tugging on the line, tear it up immediately and report them. Join one of the many class action lawsuits being prepared to run these scoundrels back into the gutter since law enforcement doesn't seem to have the time or motivation to actually arrest them for mail fraud. We don't have to stand by while these bottom feeders steal money from the people who can least afford it. Report them. Ask your local law enforcement agency to find a way to stop them. STEP UP. DO NOT BECOME A VICTIM OF LOW PAY CARD.