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BBB has determined that Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.
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Reason for Rating
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Factors that raised the rating for Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
- Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business
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|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||1|
|Total Closed Complaints||2|
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|Customer Experience||Total Customer Reviews|
|Total Customer Reviews||0|
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|Negative Review||1 point per review|
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Problems with Product/Service
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Complaint: Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union blocked my Debit Card from being used. When I called and questioned them about it they informed me that there was "fraud" on the account (this is the second time in 5 months). As a result of my card being blocked I was forced to use my other debit card for a different bank. This second account is not normally used and did not have much money in it. I would write myself a check to the other bank and then use the DC for the second account. The checks did not clear very quickly causing me to get overdraft fees, that would have been avoided if CFFCU had been working. I requested CFFCU refund the cost of the overdrafts as they were their fault and was told that I could not have them refunded. When I asked why and explained my reasoning for why I felt they should be, I was informed that they had tried to contact me before the card was deactivated and therefore I knew the card was going to be deactivated and should have made arrangements to use some other form of payment. I never received a call from anyone until after my card had been deactivated and I had already called them twice.
Desired Settlement: I would like CFFCU to refund my overdraft fees caused by their negligence. in the amount of $272. $34 for each overdraft with a total of 8 overdrafts.
I have looked into the situation regarding **. ******** and have determined that we did the appopriate thing by blocking his card. His card showed up on a fraud alert list and we followed the normal procedure which includes calling the member to verify the transaction in question. The member had moved and didn't change his address or contact information with us, therefore we were unable to reach him and took the next appropriate action which was to block his card. This is done as a percaution to prevent unauthorized access to his account. When he couldn't use his card he called us and we were able to verify the transaction and release his card, whch was done the same day he called us. He was then able to use the card unencumbered.
As far as charges being refunded, we did not charge him any fees and have no control over what another institution does or charges. Therefore there is no action for us to take. We have encouraged the member to contact the institution that charged him the fees and ask them for leiniency. We are more than happy to work with the member to resolve any issues conccerning his accounts with the credit union.
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Complaint: Received a notice of collections for an account that was closed in 1997 when I relocated to ******* from South Carolina. I was advised that this was membership dues from 1999 - 2013 and it was being placed on my credit report. I asked for documentation that the accounts were re-opened but was advised that when they got around to it they would send me the documentation. I adivsed that I was not paying for accounts that were closed.
Desired Settlement: Removal from credit report.
In response to **** ***** complaint, first *** misunderstood the letter. It was not for the collection of membership dues and I cannot disclose the detailed nature of the letter because of privacy issues. I can provide copies of the letter if *** agrees to it.
**** ***** called the office on April 9th and talked with three of our employees who each tried to explain the nature of the letter to her. *** was adament that *** did not, nor ever had an account with Carolina Foothills. We explained that we had merged with the credit union that she had the account with, etc. On April 10th a letter from *** expressing *** dissatisfaction was faxed to my attention. I was out of the office at the time, so my VP of operations responded to *** by mailing copies of signature cards and other maiterial proving the legitamacy of the relationship. We have not heard from *** since.