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Rec'd call..no message left...these calls come to phone daily..however, they use different numbers all leaving a recording for lowering credit card interest..SCAM.
teg
 Oct 23rd, 2012
It was my turn to get the call. I didn't answer it.
Brian
 Oct 01st, 2012
THIS CARD SERVICES CALLS EVERYDAY.....I HAVE REPORTED IT ALSO TO "DO NOT CALL REGISTRY". THEY DO NOT MENTION ANY CREDIT CARD COMPANY.....WE JUST HANG UP. NOT TALKING TO PEOPLE WHO DON'T IDENTIFY THEMSELVES. IT SURE SOUNDS LIKE A SCAM
FIGGY
 Sep 05th, 2012
They leave a PRERECORDED message as if they are OUR credit card company wanting to lower our interest rate. Bullsh*t!
carol
 Sep 04th, 2012
Left a recording. Wanted to speak to me "urgently" so they could lower my credit card rate.
Mick
 Aug 30th, 2012
This is not the first time this caller has called meo even though I am on DoNoTCall list!
Jimc
 Aug 30th, 2012
Robo call. Press 9 to talk to live rep. Credit Card Related Telemarketing. Press 1 to remove from list. SURE!! HA HA HA!! Hanged up on them.
HG
 Aug 28th, 2012
Marketing call - call back the number and press 1 to be added to their do not call list.
Karen
 Aug 27th, 2012
I guess you're late to the party, Teresa. The object of the credit reprice scam has been known for years. Two ways the swindle can go:

- Fool people into surrendering credit account access to criminals
- Advance fee scam where people pay for dubious ''credit fix'' service which does nothing of the sort

Of course, there is little to stop enterprising thieves from doing both in the same stroke once the victim is hooked. See older discussions for these numbers: 402-982-0479, 407-000-9876, 714-244-5025, 813-355-72028

File complaints about each call with DNC, the FTC, and attorneys general. A mass of complaints has helped the FTC choke off several credit reprice scammers since 2010. One such scam firm in Atlanta was stopped cold in November 2011. Its assets were seized and its principals fitted for orange jumpsuits.

Woman found guilty in $25 million telemarketing scam
http://ajc.com/news/atlanta/woman-found-guilty-in-1219716.html

Jury Convicts Woman In $25 Million Nationwide Telemarketing Fraud Scheme
http://justice.gov/usao/gan/press/2011/11-07-11.html
Resident47
 Aug 05th, 2012
I answered and it was a recording about lower my credit card rate. Obviously spam.
Michael
 Aug 03rd, 2012
Have been receiving calls from these people for a VERY LONG TIME! The recording states it can lower the interest rates on your credit cards to a LOW 6…% Really??? That’s what it was before Congress decided to interfere in the banking regulations! Now up to 15% & I have good credit! Does anyone know who they are & what they’re trying to do? I press do not call but, sure as a few hours & even another week, it’s the same thing over & over! Why would they want to help without getting something? I will not give my card number to someone over the phone from a robo call! Has anyone had experience with these folks?
Teresa
 Aug 03rd, 2012

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