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How do I report a fraudulent card
Milestone card never received card yet is charging me $75.....fee.....On Credit carma and want to dispute it

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Contact Milestone.  You did not reflect if it is showing the $75 balance as a new account for the secured credit card or if it was an unpaid item.  If it is for a current account, contact them for the status of your credit card, it may have been dropped in the wrong mail box (We all know the USPS can make mistakes)  and you can begin the journey to building your credit through this card.   The $75 was your balance when you opened your account so the balance is correct.   Even if you get a new card today, that balance will still be there as an annual fee.   (Their regular card has a $35 fee).  If it is an older  date and reflecing as past due, definately contact them, if they whow no activity on the card and it was never activated, the account should be corrected to show current.  You actually never agreed to the terms until the card was activated.

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