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Calls from 877-383-4802 are coming from Capital One

Calls from 877-383-4802 are coming from Capital One

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The sent an email saying they were Capital One and my account needed verification and to call this number. I called Capital One on the number on my card and they had not sent that notification out. This is a phishing expedition. Do not fall for it.

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I received a email supposedly from Capital One 1st email said my email address had been changed & the 2nd a few minutes later said my password had been changed. I of course knew this not to be true or fraud so I logged into my account & all is clear. This email is bogus & a attempt to have people call the phone number contained in the email & have them davolge private information to what they believe is legitimate Capital One represenetive. DO NOT CALL THE PHONE NUMBER LISTED IN THE EMAIL & GIVE THEM YOUR PRIVATE INFO!!! Rather call the phone numbers listed on your Cap One Cards or statements.

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I think this is legitimate number for Capital One, but it was given in a strange email that is probably a phish. I just can't find the phishing part of it. This number is given in a number of web pages that are obviously legitimate (like the Apple Store), but it is still odd and not a frequently used number. The email references odd links to email.capitalone.com, which is a strange URL for a bank to use.

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They are at it again. Received an email stating that my online access had been locked due to repeated incorrect passwords being entered and, if I hadn't tried to access the online account, I should call this number. Since I hadn't tried to access the online account, I called the number and the first real information question they asked was for my social security number. I hung up and tried to access the Capital One site and found my online access was locked, but the Capital One number on their site was a different number. The Capital One rep that I reached via the number on the website said that he could not find this number in their list of numbers and that it was probably fraudulent. Anyway, he reset my password. I signed in ad changed my use name and password. Also, he asked that I forward the email I received to abuse@capitalone.com...

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Got an email saying it was from Capital One and that our email was changed and to call this number. We don't have a CapitalOne card so I knew it was a phishing scam! Don't fall for these scams if you have a question call the number on your credit card!

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Received email saying my account was locked for too many attempts with incorrect password. Haven't tried to log in, called the number on the email and it sounded kind of weird. Called number on the back of my card and talked to the fraud department and my account was fine. No one had tried to log in. It's a phishing email. They asked me to forward email to abuse@capitalone.com

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Rec'd msg to call this number because of a declined $500 attempted charge on my card which I didn't make. Is NOT something Capital One actually sent me when I called phone # on my card directly to inquire.

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Me gustaría obtener una tarjeta de crédito vuestra Mi sueldo es de 45.000 al año para hacer récord Mi correo es cmendoza@vidiondiesit.com Mi número de seguro social es x*x-xx-7600 Nací 10 julio 1975 Y mi teléfono 310.567.7437 Espero me llame gracias o me escriba Solo hablo español

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I tried to log in my Capial One CC account and I knew my password has not been changed, but could not log in, due to mulitple fails to log in, I think somebody tried to guess passwords and this call is a GOOD and VALID call to let cx know about account activity, I called them on the number from the website, not the number who called me, and told them i was told i my account has been locked. So she unlocked it and I could enter a new password, I think capiol one must have had an attack or something and that is why they changed passwords?

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They said this number was for Microsoft technical support. It felt fishy. I wouldn't trust them.

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I got this number when I tried to log into my Capital One Account. I couldn't verify my cell phone number with them since it isn't in my name. - The security on some of these banking sites is ridiculous. No I don't want someone accessing my account, but surely they could have some other verification other than requiring me to have a cell phone in my name.. - This is a legitimate number. My guess is that it is referenced in some spam/phishing emails

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Spam looking for your personal information

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I think it's Capital One calling. I didn't bother picking up, think it's a collection agency. If I don't recognize the number I don't pick up.

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They called and harrassed me, pretty much calling me a liar, and I hung up on them.

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They called and harrassed me, pretty much calling me a liar, and I hung up on them.

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They appear to be going down our complete list of phone numbers we have at the company I work for. Each time I answer the phone and nobody is there.

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