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i have problem need stop harassment me from credit card first premier bank almost 4 year already
i not like her first premier bank because like steal from my money when i send fifty dollars then send me give only $25 or 20 dollars only why not right need stop because i wont payment because she like cheat give me my spend that is all only bite then not right because i did spend fifty dollars everything time then after give me too lower give me 25 some time give 15 dollars what that then i feel **** off ****ing of people can know that way not want to give me provide then i wont let payment all almost 4 year ago stop payment from 2007 unit 2015 still harassment me first premier bank account now not know how see my balance is $260.95 not true i remember off give my balance is 190.90 now when budget give me have payment before i did saying no very wrongful her how need explain to you when i see everything honest tell to you better asking to company own business consolidate credit have my account already still there now better yourself check it find out tell me OK **** *** from first premier bank like force me must payment then i wont it yourself can wake up about her ****ing her always

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