This number has been calling twice a day for at least a week. They call anytime during the day and at night.
They call and say that this is the last chance to lower credit card interested even if you don't have a credit card they say to talk to a friendly costumer service member but when you ask what it is or how they got your number they hang up. They call at least twice a week sometimes more
just do not amswer
Credit card scam from the East Coast. Idiots just want your personal information. This number has now been referred to the State District Attorney's office in approximately 23 states. JUST DON'T ANSWER !!!
I received a call from this number today. Never left a message.
Received call from this telephone number at 9:40CST on 02/27/14 on my cell phone.
Declined the call. Didn't recognize the number. Call received at 9:44a on my cell.
they called and it rang i didnt answer they didnt leave a message i dont plan on answering this number they called 10am
automated message (male voice) for reducing your credit card debt. I usually dont answer calls I dont know the number for, but I didnt have my glasses on. One, hopefully, the gov't will stop these con artists.
reduce credit card debt
828-656-4712 Credit Card Scam, Fraud, ID Theft, Identity Theft. Caller claims to be card services and that they will reduce your interest rate to as little as six percent. Scam is to get the Zip Code first and then say that they need to verify that one account is in good standing with a balance of $4k or more. The then ask for the card number and / or the expiration date. Finally they ask for the card number. Then they put you on hold and check the card using the phone number on the back of the card. I wasted about 15 minutes of their time giving a card that had been replaced. Gave fake zip code and etc. This one did not ask for the last 4 of SS number. Most will ask though. Don't give them any information. SCAM ARTIST. FRAUD.
verizon needs to shut that number down! They need to go after the people that are running it!
Calls regularly about reducing credit card debt. ?? Has anyone reported them to athorities?? This has been going on for a while, I would thaink that this number would be easily tracked and stopped.
Recieved call today, didn't leave message. Likely one of those "Account Services" Calls
didn't answer, they called my cell phone.
They claim that they are from Account Services and "thanks to the government bail out" they can reduce my interest rate. They are a "licensed nonprofit agency." They asked me to press "1," which I did. I acted excited and said that I had $32K in credit card debt. They hung up. There is a law firm in Texas that I have called re a class action law suit to stop these callers - Hughes Elsley 713-554-2377 or (888) 350-3931.
call & didn't leave a number
If you do not recognize the number, do not answer your phone. Then copy the number to Google and check to see who it is. That is the simplest way to avoid these scammers. Then add the number to your contacts under Scam. When it shows up, you know who it is. I never answer my phone unless I know who it is anymore if somebody wants to talk to me, they can leave a message.
Didn't recognize area code or number. Declined call.
This number called me today. When I tried to return call a recording said had been disconnected. Is this legal ? Im on the opt out list.
SCAM SCAM. I GET LESS CALLS NOW I DON'T ANSWER. U SUGGEST U DOWNLOAD FREE PRIVACYSTAR.. It automatic BLOCKED it saying scam. I get random numbers fom the same peoole everyday asking to lower my cc. HAHA I DON'T HAVE. I am on the DO NOT CALL list but yet I don't understsnd how they xan keep calking me. I advise u to go to the app store according to YOUR PHONE. AND DOWNLOAD SOME BLOCKING APP! (FEES MAY BE CHARGED DEPENDING on YOUR CARRIER)' BUT EELL WORTH IT I IGNORED THE CALL THE APP DETERMINE IF ITS A SCAMMER AND BLOCKS THEM FROM CALLING ME BACK. if anyone has more info how ro get them to COMPLETELY STOP LET ME KNOW!
I doot answer unknown calls
THE BAD NEWS: Card Services calls aren't going to stop anytime soon. THE GOOD NEWS: You can retaliate, reduce the misery, and even have some fun. RETALIATE: Waste these turkeys' time. Keep them on the line by acting like an interested prospect. Give them bogus data, including a combination of two different credit card numbers, scrambled Social Security digits, and a modified ZIP Code. Important: provide a credit card company's real 800 number. After they call the credit card company, you can give them the same credit card info as before with two of the numbers transposed, thus causing them to make a second verification call. Or you can respond, "Guess what ... H-O-O-N-N-K-K [from a $6 air horn] you've been PRANKED! Call back tomorrow for more bullshot." Now they're the butt of your joke. REDUCE THE MISERY: Landlines. Enroll for the free service at nomorobo.com. Simultaneous ringing, a free feature many providers offer, enables nomorobo to receive, answer and, after one ring, automatically hang up on nuisance telephone numbers. Cell phones. Block the number, an option that becomes available on the iPhone if you click on the "i" on the right in the list of recent calls and scroll to the bottom. Unfortunately, Card Services will keep calling from new spoofed numbers, which eventually should motivate you to retaliate. HAVE FUN: Turning the tables on the perpetrators with mischievous deception and the news they've been duped provides instantaneous vigilante satisfaction. Plus you serve your fellow call recipients by slowing down this evil operation's efforts to defraud them.