Victim Location 27508
Total money lost $1,670
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief
I was contacted by phone with an offer to consolidate credit card balances for a fee or $1,670. Additionally, was promised a credit card with *** with a $13,000 limit with zero interest for life. I was also told that upon receipt of the *** card, I should call and give Karl Fra’s office that credit card number. I gave my credit card information and my card was charged $1,670. Upon attempting to contact Karl Fra, my calls were never answered and went to voicemail, w/o a return call. Once the charge had cleared and Karl Fra was in possession of my money, he left me a voicemail that I would soon receive my new card and to be sure to call and give the number. I spoke with my bank and ***. *** advised that an account for $13,000 had been opened in my name and the card was on the way to me. *** also advised they have no credit terms like I was promised by Karl Fra. Karl Fra scammed me out of $1,670, and intended to get my new credit card number and scam me out of $13,000 more. People who indulge in such behavior are black-hearted crooks.