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The phone is ringing, and I don't recognize the number,
All Caller ID says is, "NAME UNAVAILABLE".
Please help me figure out who is calling and what they want

1 people looked up this number today.

Los Angeles, CA

Report a phone call from 310-599-9208

8 calls reported from this number.
Who CalledCaller IDDate
scam?2012-10-23
ScamParamount, CA2012-10-23
?310-599-92082012-10-23
?Paramount, CA2012-10-23
"unknown""none"2012-10-23
310-599-92082013-01-23
Paramount, CA2013-01-23
Paramount, CA2012-10-23

Comment on calls from 310-599-9208

10 Comments

January 24th, 2013 Bailey OH

Received call from number. I didnt answer. No message left.

January 23rd, 2013 Hilari Ous KS

Caller ID came up as Customer SVC. It was an automated message from "Credit Card Services".
The message claimed that I had become eligible for a lower rate on my credit card and asked me to press 1 for a live rep...

So... I pressed 1. A lovely woman with an Indian accent greeted me and asked how she could help.

I asked her what company was she with. She answered "Credit Card Services" and then went on to tell me how it was Visa/ Mastercard/ Bank of America/ Chase, etc and that because I had been a good customer, having paid on time for 8 months in a row, that I was eligible for a lower rate...

Now... I have been on time with my payments for nearly 2 decades... So here's where I started pinning them to the mat. I said: "Ok, you called me, which credit card are you calling me about?"

She asked me to repeat my question, so I did. Her answer was, "All of them." Who does this woman think she is? Sarah Palin? LOL So I asked her again, what the name of her company was... Again, she answered, "Credit Card Services"

So I got her in a bit of a headlock, her shiny black hair mussing in my sweaty armpit... and I leaned in close and said... "No, nuh-uh, now way, this is a scam... come on..."

And she went on to reassure me that it was not a scam, that she was with Visa, Mastercard, Bank of America, etc... LOL

I asked her if I could have the address of "Credit Card Services"... She asked me if I was paying more than 10%. I repeated the request for the address of their company...

And that's when I got hung up on. I don't even believe that the woman is the one who terminated the call... But as abruptly as the call ended , I was like... yeah... that's what I thought. Dismounted my chair, raised my arms in a "V". "V" for Victory. Then I swaggered out of the room with my elbows out... had to turn sideways a little, just to get through the door.

LOLOL

January 23rd, 2013 Jan NC

I just got a call from the same number - 310-599-2908 - Name came up as "Customer Service". They said they weren't issuing a new credit card because I have bad credit and a lot of debt!
Total SCAM!!!! They are fishing for credit card numbers! Don't talk to them, report them to DO Not Call!

October 24th, 2012 JC OH

Credit card scammer about lowering my interest rates. Get these calls about 2x per week on land line. Today (10/23/12) on cell at 9:01 AM. Both numbers are on Do Not Call List. Apparently, this doesn't stop the robo calls.

October 24th, 2012 Cerniuk NY

I don't give out my phone. Had to be marketing

October 23rd, 2012 NoTyme

I received a call from this number and did not answer because I did not recognized who it may be. My cell phone is suppose to be a private number... bug off!

October 23rd, 2012 Matt TN

This has to be a scam, I was called regarding lowering my credit card interest rate when I don't even have a credit card to begin with!

October 23rd, 2012 Kenn NJ

Calling on my Cell which is a private number.

October 23rd, 2012 Owen MI

Call received on my cell phone; left no message on my cell phone

October 23rd, 2012 Falcon GA

Received call thius a.m., caller left no message. I don't understand why unknown people keep calling and hanging up.


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