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Scam call. For 'credit card services". They also call on
321-332-9999
609-227-4849
617-453-0700
650-799-0420
718-416-6103
786-358-9772
813-444-5665
925-580-9328
925-998-1497
954-278-8365
Fern
 Nov 05th, 2012
Original call came from 914-594-9023 - it was "Rachel" from Card Services. Pushed 1 and Dexter came on. Asked for Do Not Call, he got abusive then got threatening. Threatened me and my wife with bodily harm and perpetual harassment. Not happy right now.
Pissed
 Oct 31st, 2012
The man said his name was Dexter and he wanted to reduce my credit card interest rate. When I questioned his veracity and told him this was a stupid waste of time, he called me back on another number 321-332-9999 and told me he knoew where I lived and thatr he was going to "get me." He threated me, my mother, told me he was going to shove my credit cards up my a**, and said he was going to f*** me up.
John Doe
 Aug 24th, 2012
He asked for me, I said "yes" and then he was all confused and hung up. I called back and it's a recording in Chinese.
Sandi
 Jun 23rd, 2012
Out of area. No message left on voicemail
Stuart
 Jul 27th, 2011
I called back and someone speaking Chinese answered. Is it against the law to blow a loud whistle into the phone?
Diane
 Jul 25th, 2011
Fraud caller from "Cardholder Services". I called my bank cardholder services who told me they are aware of this number along with countless other numbers and they get reported to the FBI. Basically if the call is a recording or if the person (if a live person is on the line) knows nothing about you or your card, that is they don't know the card number and/or don't know your name and/or want your social security number, hang up immediately and call the cardholder services listed on your credit card and report the call.
Tom W
 Jul 22nd, 2011
Frequently get these recorded calls purporting to be "cardholder services," ["press 1 if (I) want to lower my interest rate," etc.]. On 7/12/2011, similar recorded message, caller ID showed 407-434-9999 ("not in service"). My phone number is on the 'Do Not Call' list, but what do they care since they're always showing a different fake number, and they hang up if you don't start giving them your info.
Rick
 Jul 15th, 2011
Hello, this is Rachel ----

Credit card scam!!!!!
Dee
 Jul 15th, 2011
This call is an automatic recording when either voice-mail or a person answers. The recording indicates the company is calling about your credit cards; however, there is no problem with your account. I pressed "1" to speak with a representative. After holding for 20 minutes, the representative came on the line and I inquired as to who the company was. The response was "Card Member Services." I inquired as to where the company was located -- Miami, FL. When I asked for the specific address, the representative hung up. PLEASE REPORT THIS NUMBER TO THE FCC. EVEN IF YOUR NUMBER HAS NOT BEEN ON THE DO NOT CALL LIST FOR THE REQUISITE 30 DAYS, YOU CAN REPORT CALLS MADE BY RECORDINGS.
GLS
 Jul 13th, 2011
credit card scam
bob
 Jul 05th, 2011
Called the number that shows up on caller ID, just our of curiosity, and when the call went through some recorded voice was speaking Chinese
Gail
 Jul 05th, 2011
Well I know it is not bill collectors, at least. My case. But I own small business and think it is a solicitor and by the way the do not call list is use useless if your phone number, as mine is, is listed under a business. Do not call only works for a residential line. If your phone is listed under business all the idiots an call all they want and you cannot legally stop them.

My caller I'd list one company as calling 100x. I am not answering their calls but they just do not give up.
Tom
 Jul 01st, 2011
Robo Caller press 1 to reduce your credit card rate!
Patrick
 Jun 27th, 2011
No, the DNC registry is not *meant* to thwart debt collectors, because they are not in sales. The following URL links to the FTC FAQ page which the DNC site *twice* coaxed you to read before you registered your numbers. See items 28 through 32.
http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt107.shtm

For real regulatory relief, study the FDCPA, the federal law which regulates collector behavior and provides you simple tools for your own defense. It grants you control of how you are contacted, the right to dispute debt claims, and the means to sue at low cost. Learn your rights and first response tactics at FTC-dot-gov. See also your state laws for additional support.

http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm
Resident47
 Jun 20th, 2011
Bill collectors with computer calls to anyone with a last name and inital in the phone book, rude, loud and bitter, does the do not call list ever stop these churls?
Mike
 Jun 20th, 2011

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