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Co conspiring and Scam my refund

Capital One #1914338
What I also discovered about Capital one bank as I am a customer on August 17, 2020, they have a class-action lawsuit against which I am apart. Capital, one breached its contract with accountholders and improperly assessed and collected fees when accountholders used a non-Capital One ATM to check an account balance. United States District Court for the Southern District of California, located at 333 West Broadway, Suite 420, San Diego, CA 92101. This is the kind of bank I dealt with to resolve my claims with Your Mechanic, a scam mobile mechanic? Too much corruption with banks and businesses in America. Consumers beware!
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Rude service, they take shortcuts

Capital One #1895280
I believe I experienced the same thing. They will be out of business soon because I have seen alot of negative reviews of bad customer services from Capital one to customers
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Charged interest after 2 days late

Capital One #1895279
Some people can be insensitive to others such as big cooperation like Capital one, But you have to remember they go out of business using such oppressive practices. keep writing such reviews and don't support such bad banks
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NO Covid-19 Compassion for long time good pay costumer.

Capital One #1895278
Sorry you have to go through that Capital one is insensitive and they are the loosers
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Co conspiring and Scam my refund

Capital One #1894801
Regarding Better Business Bureau, A 2015 investigative report from CNNMoney found more than 100 businesses that were not as credible as their BBB ratings of A- or higher made them seem. In fact, many of them were being investigated by the government for fraudulent or other illegal behavior at the time of the reporting. The report suggests accredited members of the BBB are at a significant advantage, even if their businesses aren't trusted by their customer base. Additionally, the rating system seems to be "seriously flawed." The CNNMoney report found that members of the BBB were able to close complaints with "generic letters and responses that consumers say clearly don't address their problem." However, nonmembers — especially small businesses — with decent grades were sometimes left with drastic drops in their ratings after complaints went unnoticed. Even more telling, the report found that official complaints filed with the BBB had little to no effect on an accredited company's grade. Businesses wanting to display that blue torch on their websites and marketing materials must pay an annual fee. Small businesses with up to 100 employees generally have to pay anywhere from $500 to ...
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