Wednesday, June 27, 2012
It came to my attention that CSC Credit Card Services was releasing false, misleading and/or erroneous information to third parties (credit grantors) about me which resulted in damage to my name, reputation, and credit worthiness.
I quickly contacted CSC by U.S. Post in a deliberate effort to resolve the issues. When there was no initial response, I sent out a second communication. Again, to no avail.
In fact, as of this date, CSC has not responded to the allegations.
Subsequently, I was forced to lodge a formal complaint with the Federal Reserve System which has jurisdiction over that credit reporting agency in the United States.
Just yesterday, I received a “Certification and Notice” from the government agency informing me that based on the facts and evidence submitted, they are launching a probe with the aim of prosecution.
Their notice stated as follows verbatim:
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) hereby certifies that there is reason to believe that records associated with your complaint, which was received on June 5th, 2012, including documents that you have submitted to the Board of Reserve Bank staff, as well as documents obtain from CSC Credit Services relating to your business with the organization and included in the Board’s file on your complaint (“your financial records”), are relevant to a legitimate law enforcement inquiry within the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This certification means that the Board believes that the FTC is entitled to have access to information regarding your complaint. This certification is not a determination regarding the merit or substance of your complaint.
Copies of or information obtained in your financial records, lawfully in possession of the Board, have been furnished to the Federal Trade Commission pursuant to the Right to Financial Privacy Act of 1978 (12 U.S.C.A. Section 340 et seq.) for the following purposes:
To facilitate an investigation of your complaint to the FTC.
Because of the nature of the investigation – and the powers granted to the FTC by law - all other individuals who have suffered damages of a similar sort should also file a complaint with the FTC in order to bolster the probe with the aim of a successful prosecution of the case.
We’ll get these suckers, eh?
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Federal Trade Commission
Consumer Response Center
600 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.