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Amir rassoli on May 08, 2020

I did not sign up

DC/SilValgal on November 23, 2020

My bank says this 'mystery' charge (not small) is classified as a 'direct marketing' charge!?! At this time, the FT is still Not able to tell me what this 'mystery' charge is/what it's for! This is serious theft and fraud ongoing with the FT and it needs to be reported to law enforcement!

ftp financial times on December 29, 2021

trying to charge my cash app card repeatedly

Cheo on January 07, 2022

FTP financial times has tried to charged one of my cards that I created on Lucky for me I had already closed that card.

Ftp*Finicial on January 11, 2022

Not my charge

Merk on January 14, 2022

Yesterday someone hacked my card and ran my card up. This morning 1-14-22 Ftp financial times tried to charge $372. Stop scamming people and get a job!

FTP on January 16, 2022

I think it’s from someone entering your information and searching you like in truth finder . When people try and hack your phone or spouse trying to find information the apps and services they use are run by this ftp and that’s how they start charging you.

Charles on January 19, 2022

Tried charging my card $375 today, 1-18-22. My card declined the charge . Now have to get new card.

FTP Financial Times on January 20, 2022

This institute tried to take $375 from my Cash App card.

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