This number calling (JPMorgan Chase on ID) several times daily, including weekends, beginning at 8:30 am. I have
no business connection with this company. They never leave a message!
it's only 10AM and I have received 3 calls from this number already. When answered, there is no one on the other end, just an open line. Not sure who is calling, caller ID is blocked, and no one will talk to me.
They keep calling my cell number for the previous owner, and every once in a while they will leave a message.
Phony scam call center. This is not CHASE BANK !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not A. VICTIM Dec 20th, 2011
this is chase bank they will call and call eventually the calls will stop then you will get a letter saying they are going to sue you for money owed and then they garnish your wages a soon they get a judgement against you have a nice day
had enough Sep 28th, 2011
Now that you know who is calling, add it as contact into your cell phone and then simply hit ignore after first ring. You can't hear it ring any more. When you go to bed, turn the ringer to silent. I am going to file for bankruptcy and will then simply change my number.
I get a call sunday morning at 8:30, no message. Very annoying on a Sunday. Wish these bastards would blow away.
This is a Chase Bank collection caller, probably regarding overdue payment or outstanding balance on your Chase credit card. Remember, Chase has recently taken over Washington Mutual and whoever else, so your cards, even with the old bank logos, now belong to Chase.
LongIsland Dave Oct 07th, 2010
I believe it, KB. These Chase collectors are runaway nutbars with their hostile calling patterns. The 2009 comments from "appalled..." and "PyrateJim", and those of "AME", "Lori", and "Wayne" in 2008 parallel my own experience a few years earlier.
In a nutshell, Chase had unfairly overpriced a card account and I had exhausted all means of negotiating a feasible plan. Some weeks later I found a better offer and transferred the whole mess to a competitor's card. In the interim I was fielding nine to twelve calls daily, all with CID blocked, naturally. Not so curiously, the calls ended the moment my balance transfer was completed. What kills me is that the account was nowhere near the charge-off date. You'd think I'd gone to Chase corporate HQ and slashed all the tires and violated its secretaries.
Resident47 Sep 29th, 2010
Calling trying to collect a late payment. 5 calls in 2 hours before they finally left a message.
@Nancy - the number is from Chase and they called me because there was an issue with my automatic payment which wasn't able to go through. You should double check your account to make sure your most recent payment went through.
IF this really is Chase, they have no reason to be calling to collect from me because I am paid up on them. I have never been behind on this bill.
I have also gotten calls from 210-586-1025
...I have decided to block the number from my cel phone
I do not have an account with Chase, so my present cell phone number must have belonged to a former client of theirs. I don't answer my phone for unknown numbers. My cell phone provider offers caller blocking as well, so I won't be bothered again.
Sorry to complain but why do i keep getting blank text messages from 1100, who is this peron, and why am i getting texts from them..? Its stupid, and is getting annoying now. PLEASE HELP!!
If this is a credit card company calling,you DO NOT want to say that yes you understand you owe them money, as the post below says. You don't need to respond to anything agreeing that you have a debt with them, because once this is established by your admission, they will be have the option of extending the statute of limitations on your debt. For example, you opened the account in 1999, and in 2000, you were no longer meeting your payment obligation. By 2007 or 2008, it should be off your credit record if you have not made any agreements to make payments/or any payments when you are contacted by the creditor. Now lets say you spoke to them in 2004 and agreed to make a payment of some kind, now the time period is extended until 2011 or 2012. This was advice given to me by a personal friend, and in no way am I condoning or advising people not to repay their debts. I do hope this was helpful :)
This call is from JP Morgan Chase, credit card collections. Just take the call and tell them you understand that you owe money. Simple as that! They dont need any other info (ie. when you will pay your bill, etc.) from you. If they keep calling after that, then it is harassment, and they have no right to keep bothering you.
19 times from 8a -9:30p in 3 days, Can someone say harrassment
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this ph # has called me 5 times today (5/1/10)! Won't leave a message! And I can't find out who it is!
We have received a number of calls from Chase asking for Cameron. He left our house over 2 years ago. He left without leaving a forwarding address and his cell phone has been cancelled.
My wife and I have asked more than once to have the calls stop for the above reasons. We also feel that if your company was stupid enough to issue him a crdit card you deserve the conflict you have in finding him but he is not here; more phone calls will not net you any rewards but at some point it may add to the deepening concern and heart ache over loosing a son because of the pressures placed upon him since he could not pay his bills.
Received 4 calls from this number today
Debt collector calling my cell phone looking for my deadbeat sister.
We require a credit card at the time of registration, which we keep on file and use to collect deductibles, co-pays and our trip charge, when applicable. ,
24/7 non stop calls from chase,from 7a.m. to midnight,even after they offer me payment plan and after first payment on 07.24 I'm receiving call again on August 5th,"You pass your duo day" LOL did this people ever learn any simple math in elementary school?well I learn there tactic,simple pressing END button.:))
This is Chase. We are on their BLP program where there is no late fee's, no charges, reduced interest adn monthly payments for hardship cases. Our payment was due on the 29 of July and we called on the 27th (24+hrs in advance per our agreement) and advised that our payment would be late and made on 8/7. They said no problem, noted the account and we were all set. Starting on 8/1 we are getting 5 or 6 calls a day at the house and 3 or 4 on my cell. They have hung up on my wife as well as while my kids were bringing me the phone to tlak to them. The one time I did tlak, they repeated everything that was agreed to and then told me that I had to pay anyway, right now! I told them "no, on the 7th" and they told me that there would be late charges and it would be reported to the credit bureau's. I told them that the program we are on forbids them from doing any such thing. I was then told that until the payment is made, the calls will continue. I told her thats fine. As they dont leave messages and like to hang up on people, I told the girl I can do the same and promptly hung up on her.
This is Chase Bank calling about a past due credit card payment. 3 calls at my work in 2 1/2 hours. They do not leave a message. Chase changed our fixed rate to variable and then increase the minimum monthly payment from 2% to 5%. I told them their $1100 payment was not going to happen. They got millions in employee bonus and I'm not paying anyone a bonus for being greedy.
ChaseBankSucks Jul 30th, 2009
Pure Harassment !!! They call all the time my cards are paid up. What's Up with these people. Communist Bastards!!!
My best friend was unexpectedly admitted to the hospital a few months back, around July. I house-sat for her to care for her dogs. While I was there, "JP Morgan Chase" called just shy of 1,200 times in a 2 week period. 1,200 times??? From 3 different numbers (one I do remember was a Texas number). Tag-team phone calls. They would hang up if I answered -- I had wanted to tell them she was very, very ill and would take care of the bill immediately upon return home -- and they left no messages. They actually broke the answering machine, calling and hanging up and then immdiately calling from another number before the machine reset. I got nowhere calling Chase directly, as they would not speak to me about her account, nor make any notations to her file about her hospitalization. She actually had to write a check from her hospital bed for me to mail. Absolutely outrageous. This is an APPALLING amount of phone calls, especially for someone who has been paying her bill, on time, and paying it off in full for years. What kind of mentally ill idiots are Chase hiring to make these calls? It takes a special kind of malevolence to call repeatedly like this, and I might add, before 8 a.m. and after 9:30 p.m. And not ONE message in all those phone calls. Not one. A very bad reflection on what used to be a great bank. Now, they are malignant vultures as far as I am concerned. To allow this kind of harrassment is inexcusable for ANY reason, especially to a responsible, loyal customer for years. Needless to say, she paid the card off in full upon return home and then promptly cancelled it. Her attorney said she should sue them as their actions were illegal on many, many levels and her phone records would prove the amount of calls. I hope she does.
Oh, and one more note: When I called Chase to try to explain her situation... they were not phased in the least by the amount of phone calls (at that point there were at least 300) or the hours that the calls were coming in. So, what does that tell you?
appalled... May 13th, 2009
Chase Cards. Called my cell phone, and hung up with out leaving message.
is this # linked to a valid source. it it really from Chase Bank?
They called Christmas Eve, Christmas day, new years eve and new years day....and every day before during and after the holidays but to call on Christmas Day is dispicable>
Been getting these calls since 10/23/2008. Do not know who it is. Research has told that its Chase. They call and they either hang up or leave a message while hanging up.
I have a chase account and I have been making payments so I dont understyand why they are calling.
These kinds of calls are beginning to be a routine occurrence. There must be a way to stop it.
I have never had a Chase account.
However when I have answered no one is on the line at the other end
It is increasing too...I am up to almost 50 times a day...everyday
Constant calls to my cell, up to 15 times a day. They ask for someone else, refuse to take me off of their list. Have filed multiple complaints written explaining they are harassing the wrong person and filed online, but nothing ever happens. What a bunch of jackals.
This is a number for JPMorganChase Credit card collection.
This number has called me every two hours since 8 am. They will not leave a message on voicemail. The caller id lists it as belonging to JPMorganChase.
Chase Collections calls 8am-9pm 7 days a week (including Sunday's and National holidays)paying absolutely no attention to a particular State's Collection Laws. While it's true, theoredically they are not regulated by the "Fair Debt Practices Guidlines" since the guidlines are intented for regulating 3rd party collection agencies and they are collecting 'their own paper'. However, many states, such as Texas, where I live, have State Laws that expressly forbid calling anytime after 9pm and before 8am local time Monday throught Saturday or at all on Sunday's and holidays, JP Morgan Chase pays no attention. They also start their harrassment at the 10 day delinquent stage of aging. Someday someone will bring them down--but it won't be me, i like to play with the morons too much when they call---most of them are real jags--and if your real lucky--someone from INDIA calls (they are the most fun)--ROLF. Some other numbers Chase uses are, 1-210-586-0050
and their newest 1-816-936-3784
--enjoy fellow "Deadbeats"---LOL.
After 5 calls from these jerks and no one on the other end of the call, I called the # & got a recording to enter my "16 digit account number". It's probably Chase, I have some unresolved issues with their exploitative and unethical business practices, their gouging, their usurious interest rates, and the fact that they have some very bright minds working 24/7 to to trip up credit customers into highest interest rates & late fees, ( I'm paying over 29% because I was late for the first payment after having moved. That rate used to be illegal before the deregulation of everything sent the U.S into an economic decline that has lasted over 25 years.
calls all times and never talks just sits on line very lame
They have been calling me several times a day. I got in trouble at work because of them. I hope they suffer a horrible life.
For the ones that don't have a Chase card nor dealings with Chase, don't answer the phone. There's another site out there with people having the same problem with this number regarding account information. If you think your Chase account is having problems, talk to Chase directly (or go to the physical bank so you know who you're talking to). They SAY they're from JP Morgan Chase but unless they can verify it, don't give them any information. I've talked to Chase several times and they verify that they are from Chase. If all you hear is background noise or nothing at all, it sounds fishy.
I got my first call from this number at a little after 8 this morning, again at 9:15 and I've received two more since and it's not even 11 AM yet. I don't answer the phone unless I absolutely know who it is.
And don't EVER EVER EVER give out your financial information unless you KNOW who is on the other end, this sounds like fraud waiting to happen. If they're asking for somebody you don't know, they now know that somebody answers that phone line. From what I've read, I'm never answering this, even if it takes silencing the phone for that number.
If they keep harassing you/ calling you at the wrong times, contact your phone company and have the number blocked.
I figured out who it was by just typing the phone number into the Google search engine. You can also use a reverse search tool.
As for getting people to stop calling you, you MUST say it EXACTLY this way, or companies will NOT comply: Put me on your "Do Not Call" list. "Don't ever call me again." "Take me off your list." Any other wording will be ignored. I worked as a telemarketer several times. Unless someone uses the exact phrase "Do Not Call List", they will simply be marked "not interested" and put in the recycle bin for calling at a future date.
This is the collection agency department at JP Morgan Chase. You are probably past due on your credit card payment as am I.
This is Chase Bank collections. Specifically for an Amazon.com VISA from Chase.
They have called 3 times today....1 times yesterday after being told I am with a Crossroads Credit Counseling...
The best way to get rid of these calls if that's really what you want is to change your cell phone number and if they keep calling the landline number change that one too but under a different name possibly a spouse, parent or grandparent (someone who doenn't have the same last name as you or use you madien name if you are female), anyone who is willing to help you get these annoying people to stop calling.
change number Jun 02nd, 2008
I LOOKED UP THE # AND FOUND THAT IT'S FROM BEXAR COUNTY, IF YOU DO A LITTLE SEARCHING YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO FIND OUT WHAT THE COMPANY' CALL BACK NUMBER IS AND SPEAK TO THEM ABOUT THESE ANNOYING ALMOST HARASSING CALLS.
BEXAR COUNTY Jun 02nd, 2008
They called this morning didn't leave a message of course. Wish they would stop calling
Not sure who or whom this is or how they got my number. They never leave a message.
Not answering May 29th, 2008
They called me 10 times today,i owe this bank soo much money on my credit card,i can't pay it back because im trying to find a job.But damn,they're persistent.
calls at my office and hangs up I got number off caller ID
they dont fucink give up 15 calls today i am about to change my number
I AM ABOUT TO FILE FOR CHAPTER 13 THERE ARE CHASE COLLECTION DEPARTAMENT
I got soooooooooooo tired and annoyed by this calls, (They are from Chase)I was getting 5 or 7 a day. I reported them and I figured out how to stop them from calling again, until they figure out how to start BOTHERING again.They would not leave messages or even say a word when we answered the phone.
this number call all the time even after 9 its nerve recking
I am tired of this. I get several hundred calls a day. I do not have time to play games with Chase. I work for a Bank, did they need a loan?
These people are rude! They call every 30-45 minutes. I am a cancer patient and missed one payment in order to pay medical bills and they call and harrass me all day every day. Now they demand more money evne though my balance is well under my limit. I called them one evening and spent 3 hours on the phone with them and they sent me to 3 different departments and 12 different people. I refuse to answer when they call because it gets you nowhere. What kills me is I've been making payments every month, and they still call and harrass me and ask for even more money. Even when you tell them you are ill and have medical bills and can't afford a higher payment they have a "so what?" attitude. Even worse, they keep adding charges onto my account when I haven't charged a single thing in 5 years! They are out of their minds!
It's the Student Loan collectors!
In my Comment immediately above, please be aware that you can use the above language to stop ANY creditor, collection agent, or attorney from phoning you for purposes of seeking payment.
Remember that the creditor may still pursue legal action against you to collect the debt even tho they can no longer telephone you. Of course, creditors are still allowed to send collection notices to you via U.S. Mail
I have personal experience stopping these calls successfully. You do have legal rights that will stop them cold.
These calls are from Chase Bank Collections based in San Antonio, Texas.
Compose a letter stating the following:
"This is my formal notice to you under 15 U.S.C. Section 1692c(c) of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act to cease and desist all further communication with me except for the reasons set forth in the federal law."
Also, when you have finished writing any additional information (account numbers, etc), I suggest you include the following:
"This letter is not meant in any way to be an acknowledgement that I owe this money."
In the letter, include your name as used on the account, your full account number and the last 4-digits of your Social Security Number.
Next, FAX the letter to 888-643-9628
. This is the Chase Correspondence Department in Wilmington, Delaware.
Finally, MAIL the letter to Chase Bank, Correspondence Department, P.O. Box 15298, Wilmington, Delaware, 19850-5298.
Keep a copy for your records. The calls from EVERY Chase collection location will likely cease within one or 2 business days after they receive your fax.
I keep getting calls at my store for a person who obviously doesn't live here in my store. I tell them this is a business that there is no one here by that name but they keep calling. Several times a day!! I tell them google my number and you'll see this is a business not some personal line. I've had my number 2 years for my store and they keep calling!!
they call me and it just started a few dayz ago...I call it back and it goes automatited...enter your 20 million digit number....I've declared bankrupsty over a year ago..does that mean gods giving a smalll claim for harrassment?
Called me at 6:53 pm. A woman named Mary who was speaking in heavy spanish accent and in very fast pace claimed to be from Chase and to give her a call at 877-890-2941
I do have a bank account and mortgage with chase (who called), but nothing I have is overdue in the slightest. I emailed them and told them they can either stop calling me or they will receive a harassment suit. lets see how that works.
Calls are from Chase. I also get calls on my cell phone from 210-586-0050
. I believe it's the same company. In the past two days, I received 3 calls from each number. We are powerless to stop them.
Its callz me and i sayz Hedo hedo .....hedo....? And they says HEEEELOOOOOOOooOOO!11 and zen i hangs ups on zem
This number has been calling my husband for the past week or so. When he answers, there is no one there. He tried calling it back but never got through to anyone. I called it back around 10:30pm est and got a recording asking for a 16 digit account number. I held on not expecting to talk to anyone since it was so late. I was sent to a recording thanking me for calling "parts services" and giving their business hours which they said were in Eastern Standard Time. San Antonio is CST. And I would think that Chase wouldn't have a parts services department. Isn't this harrassment anyhow?
chase company, or so they say.
I too have an account with Chase. My payments were overdue due to unemployment but I am now working. I spoke with a Lady on Friday and Told her I would be paying my balance in full next week and have made two generous payments since then. They continue to call me every five minutes. I am getting ready to call them and tell them just what I think and if the calls dont stop when payments are scheduled. I will be speaking with my attorney. It is harassament and it is illegal.
I have 2 fax numbers for Chase 888-643-9628
and 480--350-7160 I have sent them over 100 faxes to stop calling hope everybody can send them lots of faxes until they change the numbers.Then hopefully we can get the new numbers and start faxing again. Thousands of faxes might get their attention.Maybe we could band together using a site like this and keep calling the numbers they give us. or if someone has ideas I willing to give them a little of their own
I get 10-15 calls a day! usually no one there when I pick up! they increase in the time they call one hr 45 min, 30 min. etc. tiring STOP CALLING already, or leave a fricken message
These people call my cell phone 10 times a day and I have asked them repededly not to call they have the wrong number.
Answered the phone then no answer, they hung up.
Kevin Vargas Jan 30th, 2008
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This number calls up to 20 times a day. They NEVER leave a mesaage. I have work and school and the phone calls are distracting.
I got 2nd call today. I got this phone number 3 days ago.
PICK IT UP, DON'T SAY A WORD, WAIT TILL THEY HANG UP. ENJOY.
Jack Bauer Jan 09th, 2008
This caller is calling to my business cell phone for some other person that they are looking for. I told them once do not call this is my personal business cell phone. But they do, they never give up. They are calling me wrongfully, getting into my miutes, so is there any way to sue them down to their shirt abusing me on my cell phone for their problem that belongs to someone else???
ya'll need to pay your DAMN bills!
I am also getting phone calls from this phone number. They are trying to speak to my mother who does not even speak english. I checked she does not have any debts with Chase. I just don't understand one thing... why is it even legal in this country to harras people like this??? and it seem to me that not much can be done to stop this shit... crazy!!!!
Number has called me at least 12 times. I have told them they have the wrong number. They ask you to wait on hold for a minute or two before their operators even pick up the phone.
i get 5-10 calls a day from this number. never leaves a message
I don't have any accounts with this company or their subsidiaries. I'm on the National & State Do-Not-Call lists, so...wtf?
To file a complaint With the Federal Trade Commission, visit the website listed below. The FTC will need the date you got the call, and either the name or telephone number of the company that called you.
Started calling today.
Seem to be calling every 1 1/2 hours (already called at 8:35 and 9:52 am today & it is now 9:58 am).
No message left.
I live in Indianapolis and I get calls from this number several times a day on my cell phone. Whoever it is hangs up after half ring (not enough time to answer!) and I have never been left a message.
I also get at least 10 calls a day from this !@#$% number.
Just call them back press "0" tell them it is your cell phone number and you have just recently received this number. Then tell them you do not have any account with Chase and most likely they are quite nice and remove your number from the calling list. Even if you owe them just tell them you've never had an account with them so they stop calling.
This number calls my cell phone at least 5 times a day. They never leave a message and never answer when I call back from my cell phone to inquire. I registered this number with the DO NOT CALL registry. It has not stopped them from calling.
YES this is CHASE calling if you are not the person that they are trying to call its very easy to call them back and let them know how long you've had the number and that whoever they are asking for is no one you know. I did this at my old job we received multiple calls from multiple creditors because a former employee listed his work number for everything and I assume he paid for nothing. Most of the calls just hung up when you answered. They stopped after I called them back to explain. If you owe them and the phone line is in your name there isn't much to do except pay them back.
They've called me 22 times this week!
I called the number back today because they are now calling before 8AM on a Sunday. When I called back, I got some "Chat Line".
add us to the ever growing list of people they call once a day ... wife's cell phone, she never answers ... I did today, and didn't hear anything but the other guy hanging up
This number has called me twice yesterday and twice today on my cell phone. As they are calling my cell phone and I don't know who they are I don't answer.
calls every half hour at least 6 times today
These ppl called me too-when I called the card itself (I talked to someone, who wanted info and I wouldn't give it, so he hung up on me) I called the # on the back of my credit card from chase to find out not only did they NOT want to speak with me, they had no idea who the guy that was calling me was, so it wound up getting forwarded to security @ Chase, who told me they would never call-and if they did, they would advise the person to hang up and call them back at the # on the back of the credit card, just for added security.