Obviously if there isn't a number to reach them then probably they can't be trusted or validated. If it sounds too good to be true than that's what it is. This is a clear red flag of a scam and if you are dumb enough to fall for it than you deserve to get ripped off. Advise never give your bank account/ debit card info if you can't even contact a customer service rep, they will probably drain your account clean, then what? You can't even call to notify them in their wrong doing. Be very cautious,it sounds like a scam.
I was sent a post-card in the mail that said I was per-approved for a $500.00 unsecured net first credit line. Then it went on to say that all I had to do us go o-line and type www.netfirstplatinum.com and enter my approved number which is DRYPM1and it would be activated, is there a 1800 number that I could call instead or is this just some b.s..
A good company with no surprises and is not a scam