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
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.
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