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I have got at least 3 calls over the last 30 days. When I answer no one talks. I just don't answer anymore.
joe
 Jul 12th, 2013
616-613-2225 this no. came up on my phone! bank card sucs
donna boslau
 May 29th, 2013
Tried to answer, no response. Called the number back and the VM said to call during normal business hours.
Milwaukee
 Mar 22nd, 2013
Has called several times. one time answered and no response. If it is BOA they can send me something in the mail and STOP CALLING! I'm not giving out any personal info. If they want it they can mail something to me. Not behind on my account--hell i'm even a head of my payments. BS calls.
Steve
 Nov 26th, 2012
Got a call and I kept saying hello hello for few moments and then someone started saying something and we got disconnected.. anyways, dunno how they got hold of my number so quickly since its a brand new and I havent updated any of my accounts with the new number ..
Mickey
 Oct 30th, 2012
These scum bags call when ever they want
JP
 Oct 12th, 2012
Concur with all noted comments. I do like the one whereas when the call is answered the individual says...Welcome to BOA How may I help you....nice touch. I don't say anything.....the whistle that I use serves the purpose. Must be a lot of ringing ears at that scam company.
Bob
 May 25th, 2012
I said WHO ARE YOU, DON'T CALL ME ANYMORE, AND HUNG UP. Then I called BOA to report this annoying abuse call. Be smart, don't give out any info, name, etc., to these identity thieves on the phone. Call BOA or any other bank/credit card you need to, to report this crap. Told the BOA rep exactly what I did by hanging up, born in Chicago and don't mind being a bitch on the phone with these a$$holes who bother the world.
Margie
 Sep 21st, 2011
When these clowns call, answer the phone, "Bank of America, how may I help you today?". Hilarity ensues...
CB
 Jul 19th, 2011
Just got a call from this number, very friendly woman who was just providing a welcome call regarding a line of credit I opened. Only information given was confirming my name upon asking for me. just a run-down of the terms and benefits and etc of the card, which I did not provide the account# etc for. terms and such were accurate to the papers I signed. still kind of a waste of time, admittedly, but nothing rang of scam to me. guess FIA handles it all.
drew
 Dec 15th, 2010
SCAM Bank Of America Credit card activation call.. do not give any information over the phone.
George
 Oct 28th, 2010
Same comment as most of you - called twice in two days so far after opening a BOA Credit Card a week ago. They're selling our numbers - I am on DNC.gov - BOA takes no responsibility - doesn't know who it is - says prob a fraud etc (THEY WOULD BE IN TROUBLE IF THEY ADMITTED IT) - Knew someone that worked sim. job(s) like this - "Yep - that's what they do and how they do it then after you don't answer they will try a diff CID and # and name and same stuff - if they do call the friend said they to just give them the run around and get as much info out of US as possible - AMERICA (GOVERNMENT) WAKE UP AND DO SOMETHING ! INSTEAD OF THE FRIVOLOUS PROPAGANDA YOU DO NOW ! Also-
I am registered on Do Not Call list - Pfft - Doe's that mean ANYTHING ? HEH !It's the Gov ! Google Earth - etc - maybe it's time to put a middle finger painting on my roof and mirrors to reflect it away - Big GOVERNMENT IS WATCHING US ! VOTE EVERYONE OUT AND VOTE DAMN IT VVVVVVVVVVOOOOOOOOOTTTTTTTTTEEEEEEEEEEE ! GET RID OF ALL THESE DEMS AND REPS. NOW !!! before you don't have any right's !!!!
Phone Busters
 Oct 07th, 2010
Calling every day, but when I pick up they hang up. I called FIA card and they said there is nothing needed from me. They told me to ignore the calls
Texas
 Aug 31st, 2010
Called the FCC to complain that I am getting calls from 623-492-6031, 216-545-8326 and others posing as banks and scamming people into giving out personal information. I told the FCC rep that the scary thing is that they somehow have hacked into the telephone system and can have authentic bank phone numbers shown on your caller ID screen. The FCC representative said that this was called "spoofing" and was considered fraud, so was under the jurisdiction of the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) rather than the FCC that concerns itself with only unwanted telemarketing calls. They also said, unfortunately, that this kind of fraud was almost impossible to investigate, let alone prosecute - so the best thing to do is let it go to the answering machine if you don't recognize the number
Sandy
 Aug 12th, 2010
After getting called repeatedly (3 calls in 2 weeks) from this number and caller ID name over the past few months, I picked up the phone today and waited for someone to answer. Because I didn't say anything, I wasn't routed to a live rep and was disconnected after a few seconds. I called the number back and asked who F IA CARD SVS was. Instead of the person simply explaining Bank of America (Card Services)the person mentioned F IA CARD SVS serves more than one bank. I was asked my phone number so my account could be pulled up and then was asked my name. I provided my phone number but don't give out my name to unknown parties. To make this long narrative shorter, the manager I spoke with wasn't much more helpful with properly identifying F IA CARD SVS as Bank of America and asked for my name. Although they had my account information there, my self identification as Mister T was not sufficient for them to know it was really me. The manager explained their rationale for not telling me my name or any other account information but still there is the issue of how do I **KNOW** who they are. I asked that the calls stop and I explaned I'll do my research to determine who F IA is and make a determination to continue this relationship or not, when I determine which of my cards is associated with F IA CARD SVS. Immediately after, I called Bank of America at the phone number on the bank of my cards and was told that the call was on the up and up and that F IA CARD SVS was trying to offer me a 0% promotional rate offer as did the person I called at the known BOA number. Everyone likes free money but the transaction fee is now 4% so I thanked the person for the information about F IA CARD SVS and typed this report. Let me conclude by saying, "I pitty the fool."
Mister T
 Mar 26th, 2010
Called Bank of America at 800-622-8731, they confirmed this is a fraud.
gary
 Feb 24th, 2010
no idea who this is, they call every so often and hang up after 1 or 2 rings... never leave a message caller ID says Ohio
jane
 Feb 08th, 2010
Left no message.... they called twice.
PA
 Jan 27th, 2010
They called, I answered, then what sounded like a disconnect. I thought maybe when I picked up, that the call was being transferred, so I held on for a few seconds, until the call was finally terminated. I check the number on my CID, and googled it. This is a scam, they call to collect your info then will post charges on your card, please report them to BOA fraud department and the FCC. They will change their number and location in a couple of days, but if they are ever caught, it just adds to the charges that they will face. That is basically how BOA fraud explained the process to me.
Houston
 Jan 09th, 2010
They've call several times....no messages....getting tired of the calls though.
ml
 Dec 14th, 2009
get calls frequently from this number don't know who it is they ring the phone a few times and never leave a message.
jane
 Dec 10th, 2009
I also received calls from 216-545-8326. They never leave a message.
kell
 Dec 04th, 2009
Keep calling several times a day. No one on the other end. Do not leave a message.
KAJ
 Oct 26th, 2009
Two of our phone numbers keep getting calls from this company. It is frustrating and annoying! This needs to stop. Call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up, call and hang up.
CVDV
 Sep 23rd, 2009
I called this number spoke to a Jeff Booth. He says the name of the company FIA financial services. They are located in Charlotte North Carolina, Tryon Avenue 28255
Cal
 Sep 22nd, 2009
DID NOT ANSWER
SMART
 Aug 27th, 2009
9:43 AM | 2009.08.22 | Caller ID: 216.545.8326 | FIA Card Services

FIA Card Services, 1100 N. King St., Wilmington, DE 19884, makes the credit decisions for Bank of America. FIA History: http://www.creditcardflyers.com/fia-card-services.php

When I called 216.545.8326, the automated message informed me the office was closed and that normal hours are Mon-Fri 8-5, despite the fact I was called on a Saturday morning!

I called FIA Customer Service 1.800.655.1491(24/7)and was switched to Quantum, their telemarketing dept. Sheila was unable to assist me without an account number - she couldn't look up my telephone number!

No problem. I filed a complaint with the FCC (http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm)
L from MA
 Aug 22nd, 2009
I have been getting calls from Fia card services,3 or for times a week. I have no idea why they are calling me. This company called me Saturday morning 8:30 am, and i know that the offices business hours are from Monday through Friday. When I called the 800 number they asked for my phone number so they can trace this, I told them this is an unlisted number where they are calling to. I have no idea what they want and do not want to give out any private information.
Virginia Reed reedvj@cox.net
Virginia Reed
 Aug 15th, 2009
called, left no message
bonnie
 Jul 29th, 2009
These people call and hang up. Call and hang up. CALL AND HANG UP! I'm thinking of disconnecting my phone because of these terds.
JM
 Jul 23rd, 2009
Called from this number and we believe it to be Thrivant Financial...
Michigan
 Jul 22nd, 2009
goddamn, these caller are sad that i am using this word but they are retardedly rude. told them to stop calling and they keep calling.
Machida
 Jul 22nd, 2009
reports are these people are very rude if you can talk to human
Contact BoA and tell them. complain. it works
RK from IL
 Jul 15th, 2009
FIA Card Services is affiliated with Bank of America. BofA may have acquired a bank with which you did business and has given your number to these people. Not only are they telemarketers, but they're also aggressive collectors. I've been called many times by FIA from different numbers; they never leave messages. Causes me to believe they're just checking to see if the number is active.
Enrica
 Jun 08th, 2009
Has showed up several times on CID. On the two occasions I answered a male and then a female claimed to be Bank of America reps and wanted personal info. Hung up and called REAL Bank of America CC Fraud division. Reported this number and incident to them. They haven't heard of this number either.
Anon
 Apr 01st, 2009
Received call - no message. Also received call yesterday from 216.545.8326, which is supposed to be another number from which phishing calls are placed. One would think these people could be identified.
Bill C.
 Feb 27th, 2009
Received a call from these. By the time I picked the phone, the call is disconnected..
vivek
 Feb 18th, 2009
financial card srvcs..
No message left.
cds
 Aug 29th, 2007

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