Says they are calling from Wachovia, but wants to sell you a prescription discount card from another company. One of those whre it's free for 30 days and then if you don't figure out how to cancel it they start billing you. I've told them repeatedly that I am not interested & do not want them to call back but they continue to call.
they asked for the wrong first name, I told them there was no one with that name here.
I don't need, nor do I want, to speak to anyone at Wachovia. Don't call me ever again.
They have been calling me every day for a few weeks. Today they called me 3 times w/in a few hours. They never leave a message, and I'm not answering. Looks suspicious. From Texas. If Wachovia did give them our personal info, they should stop. If not, then it is fraud, and Wachovia should look into it anyway and have them desist. I'm looking to switch to Bank of America anyway; this annoyance makes it more likely.
They have called and called...I have not answered...I too bank w/ Wachovia so I assume it is the same deal...
Tracey Scott (supposedly from Wachovia) called to offer a "Best Benefit Card" with all kinds of healthcare benefits for trial period payment of $1, if we decided to keep then it would be a $19.95 month payment.
I told them to stop calling, they have called 12 times this week.
left no message. they called on 02.18.10 12:37 PM