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deceerromia
 Apr 07th, 2011
Just as the soul fills the body, so God fills the world. Just as the soul bears the body, so God endures the world. Just as the soul sees but is not seen, so God sees but is not seen. Just as the soul feeds the body, so God gives food to the world.
ScannaTicyday
 Mar 15th, 2011
I have busted more hippies' noses than all the narcs in the free world.
vuchhymouth
 Mar 04th, 2011
I get these calls at LEAST twice or three times a week. I DO push whatever "number" they say and tell them to Take Me Off The List! I ask first just "which" credit card company they are calling for. I get hung up on every time and "try" to call back only to be told the "mailbox" is full. Can't SOMEONE do SOMETHING??? We pay our credit card off every month and it makes me so mad that they Keep calling!
Twila
 Jul 14th, 2009
I went looking online and found a place to leave a comment. It is the number investigators. It looks like they are willing to do something about this. You can file a complaint. The more complaints the company has, the more they investigate. They also have the company information. Here, is the link.

http://www.numberinvestigator.com/phone/202-747-7345.html
Jameelah
 Jun 11th, 2009
I called back and it said the mailbox was full. These predators!!!!!!!
Gary M
 Apr 30th, 2009
This was the usual pre-recorded message with "important information about your credit card account" from yet another telephone number. This time I stayed on the line and pressed "1" to speak to a representation. I told Rachel, who answered, in no uncertain terms that I was sick and tired of receiving these calls and to take me off the list. Her response? "The next time you get a call, press '3'." I told her I didn't want a next time and that I was reporting them to both the DNC registry and the state Attorney General. And still she said, "I'll call you again tomorrow." I have followed through on my threats. Can no one stop these pests?
JT
 Apr 28th, 2009
Company called me claiming that I could reduce my credit card interest rate. When I asked what card she said Master or Visa credit card account. When I again asked what card specifically she hung up the phone. I was unable to call the number back it said that the mailbox was full. I believe this is some kind of scam to get credit card information.
Cynthia
 Apr 20th, 2009
Had two calls back to back on my both of my phone lines. Must be using a serial dialer. Has to be a scam. I don't pay interest on my credit cards - they are paid off!
DRLJr
 Apr 15th, 2009
This person called on 04-09-09 and the phone number showed it was from Washington DC. I looked on the internet, and all the comments about the phone calls that other people was getting said that it was Economic Relief, or that it was a person who wanted to help lower your interest rates on your credit card. Id like to know where they got my phone number. I am on the do not call list and this is a bunch of crap, how people who pose as company reps get your phone number and try to scam you. If this happens again, I am going to do what one person suggested, say hang on a minute and then go and act like you have to answer the door or something. That runs up their phone bill and I am sure they would get tired of that.
Deborah King
 Apr 09th, 2009
OK here it is. Got a call from the spoofed number stating they would reduce credit card interest rates. Pressed 1 to speak with someone. Listened to their little spill and its basically the same stuff. Heather from account services crap. The place Personal Data Systems is supposedly run by lawyers under the name My Consumer Law Group.com (Law Group PA). They want a piece of your pocket book by supposedly making payments to your credit card company on your behalf, but of course they would be paid. The office seems to be small with lots of noise in the back gound. They use spoofed numbers and were going to actually send me some BS info packet after I sent them a payment. I gave them a bogus SSN, address, name and date of birth. After listening to the sales pitch, I told him I was in law enforcement and why were they violating the Do Not Call list. Of course he said they weren't and they would be happy to remove me. I've heard they have a high turn over rate and of course they are a scam. I think I scared the daylights out of this guy by telling him what I knew. The calls won't stop because they'll have some other idiots calling you because of their high turn over rate. The only folks who can stop them are the FBI because they are calling across state lines. The FBI can work with Attourney Generals of other states. I'm sure they will change the number that they gave me but call 1-866-659-9866 and ask to speak with Calvin. I told him the entire conversation was being recorded and that the number was being traced. He was paralyzed with fear. What you can do is to record that message they leave on your phone, call them at 866-659-9866 and play the message back to them. They don’t like it very much.
Jackl
 Mar 20th, 2009
They called about my credit card and saying this is the final notice to the lower the rate. I got someone on the line and asked them whet the last 4 digits of my card and they hung up
Mike
 Mar 18th, 2009
Economic Relief
202-747-7345
10:37 Central Time
03-17-09
Did not answer- left no message
Rick
 Mar 17th, 2009
Did not leave a message. Called me on two telephone numbers.
Myrna Watanabe
 Mar 17th, 2009
Did not leave a message. Caller ID was Economic Relief
tandp
 Mar 13th, 2009
Recorded message, push 1 for operator, or push 3 to be disconneted (or maybe it was to be put on do not call list??). I'll report them to the donotcall.gov anyway.
timbo
 Mar 12th, 2009
Recorded msg said it was regarding my credit card account - promised to lower APR to 6 percent. I only pay 2.99 percent on my credit cards. I pushed #1 and told the man who answered that I wanted to warn him that I have a computer that will identify him and will then report his company.
Sandra
 Mar 09th, 2009
When I ans. the phone I was told to push 1 and I did I wanted to hear the lingo.
Told me this is approved by Trans Union and 2 other credit reporting companies they have a contract with them to get credit card interest rate lowered to 6.2 all they needed was my card numbers to contact credit card issuers. I told them I would not give out credit card numbers and caller hung up. For sure a scam.
Lois
 Feb 25th, 2009
When I was asked for credit card numbers and told caller I would not give them caller hung up
Lois
 Feb 25th, 2009
why u calling me ??? Dont call
annabell
 Feb 25th, 2009
THIS IS A SCAM. Report it IMMEDIATELY to: https://www.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx
If we flood the government agencies with complaints, they will do something about it! I did call back and got an answering machine. I cannot repeat the language I used on them in this forum, but let's just say they got an earful since they have been calling me EVERY DAY, 3-5 TIMES A DAY!!
Wombat
 Feb 25th, 2009
Call hang up when machine picked up.
Gus
 Feb 15th, 2009
i receive call why? economic relief i need it in my life now? what was call concerning wish left message. i 'll will be president of united states! Elmichel!
Michel Powell
 Feb 14th, 2009
Ecomomic Relief? I figured I'd give it a listen. I was asked a whole lot of questions about balances on credit cards but not anything specific, just if they totaled $5000. When they ask me for the 800 number on the back of the card I ask for the name of the company. My caller I.D. said Economic Relief. She hung up on me when I ask again. Oh yeah, she tried to make me feel like it couldn't be a scam by saying..."You know how when you purchase something on line you have to give the credit card #, the expiration date and the 3 digits on the back?" " I'm not asking for that!" It was almost in a bullying tone. Some may fall for this. Definately a scam.
Pam
 Feb 13th, 2009
Trying too get ahold of the Egg-Suckers
If I find them you will hear back from me
Michael Helton
 Feb 02nd, 2009
did not answer
Economic Relief
M.Helton
 Feb 02nd, 2009
I got a recorded message from 'Economic Relief' at this number. I punched '1' to talk with a person. I was put in a 'queue', probably to weed out people who don't want to wait. After about 20 seconds, I got a real person. I asked the name of the company, the woman said 'Credit Card Services' - different from 'Economic Relief.' That was my first red flag. I said "I don't have time to talk now, can you give me a number to call back?" The woman said I could call the number on the back of any of my credit cards and that would bring me to credit card services. Well duh. That was my second red flag. I asked where the company was located, and she said Washington DC. I asked for a specific address and she started getting testy. I kept trying to get information, but all I got was circular answers and rudeness. Final red flag. If this had been a real credit card service, they would have been courteous and professional, given me an exact address and telephone number, etc. I can only assume this is a scam to bilk money from already suffering people at exorbitant rates because it's no longer illegal to charge whatever you want in the way of APR. This is clearly the number of a usurious lender. Steer clear. I doubt they're really located in DC. I suspect they're located in NY or FL.
greenman
 Feb 02nd, 2009
Did not leave a message. Caller ID was Economic Relief
Steve
 Jan 29th, 2009
According to reverse phone lookup, they're "Global Crossing Telemanagement" of "Westchester, D.C." It was a recording advertising a way to reduce credit card interest rates. Almost certainly a scam --- in my humble opinion.
Tom C Zorn
 Jan 15th, 2009
Have received several calls from this number. As it turns out, I randomly got a new phone number that used to belong to someone that's abandoned his house, his car and has quit paying is credit cards. I'm now getting regular calls from Countrywide and about every bank and credit counseling org in the eastern U.S.
Jason
 Jan 06th, 2009
No message on the answering machine. Caller ID said Economic Relief
Karen
 Dec 05th, 2008
Recorded message trying to lower interest rates. Pressed 1 to get a live operator, who said "blah blah blah" and hung up when I asked to be placed on the do not call list.
David
 Dec 01st, 2008
Caller i.d. said it was Economic Relief.. HUNG UP felt like calling back and hanging up on them. We are older and have enough worries without folks hanging up on us.. We are on the do nto call list.. WHY HAVE THIS LIST ??
Shirl
 Nov 24th, 2008
Did not leave a message. Caller ID was Economic Relief
Mary
 Nov 20th, 2008
got a recorded message, said to push 3 to ignor the call, this was the same recording, exact voice called to me showing a different number.
Mary
 Nov 19th, 2008
Recorded message about there is no problem with your credit card and they can lower you interest rate. Spoke to live caller and told him that our phones were on the do not call list. His response was, "Well, write down our name and put us on your do not care list."
Steve
 Nov 10th, 2008

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