False statements or representation

Today I received a letter from Bank of America dated XXXX XXXX XXXX. When I called the phone number on the back of the letter and I entered the last XXXX digits of account closed in XX/XX/XXXX, it said my first name and then said it was being ” consolidated ” at my request!!!!! What? I asked the persons in XXXX ; XXXX and XXXX as I was bounced from state to state and disconnected again and again : where are the XXXX credit card statements I was promised two weeks ago? I was told they would be mailed so I can forward them to the XXXX credit reports – some of whom have already removed it based on the date alone. But others are miscommunicating the term ” correctly reporting on your credit file ” which not true! Now – today – Bank of America has stripped their own computers of the furnished payment information in each month in XXXX and XXXX XXXX ; such that the bank ‘s responders to disputes ca n’t see what they furnished in XX/XX/XXXX/XX/XX/XXXX that is still on my credit report. Bank of America fabricated phony credit card statements to show the XX/XX/XXXX closing by me. However, they ca n’t create documents in XX/XX/XXXX, as promised two weeks ago? The bank is hiding the fraud on this account by deleting the furnished data. That is fraud. The envelope received today did not come from Delaware either, despite the return address. It has been an annoying habit that letters are mailed from Bank of America from states other than the one it is written from. I suspect this is the bank ‘s way of avoiding the Attorney General of the state listed from having jurisdiction on the matter. This is compounding an already disasterous situation for no reason. The letter in no way allows a customer to talk directly to the place listed on the letter. Clearly, it was a fake form letter.

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