GoBank California Review

Go Bank credit card from Walmart are the worst service, tHEY STEAL YOUR MONEY, DO NOT SUPPORT THIS s***** a** company at all Green Dot is the owner Go Bank credit card, prepaid service by Green Dot sold at Walmart in California, Montclair.PLEASE HELP ME…. I loaded a card and they STOLE my $181.95I called them at 1-866-795-7597 they told me I am out of luck and they cant help me. I called walmart that took my money and gave me the pre paid card, I also went in there, they said I am out of luck and they cant help me. I AM LIVID, nowWhere is my money? Walmart and GoBank prepaid card took it.I need help.They keep taking money from people and they dont activate the cards, I have 3 other people in the same boat.Walmart is located at 1540 W Foothill blvd, Upland, Ca. 91786909-920-4021Manager Anthony Delia GoBank employee ID number is B-6084, named Ruby, She was rude which I dont care about, but she told me tough luck to you for not getting your money we owe you!And then she said there’s nothing they will do for me, then hung up and I had to keep calling back and finnaly they didnt refund me my money, THEY STOLE IT FROM ME….There manager Leahnah, employee # 1402 came on the line and said call someone else that she cant help me get my money, They transferred me to 888-280-8260, Still no money of mine to be found. PLEASE HELP MEShawn T949-((redacted)) [email protected]

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