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Received "opportunities" message from automated "Linda". Should really be called "Fukinda". Who falls for this and calls them back?
no
 Jan 18th, 2010
I started receiving these calls today...several of them. I am not in arrears with Capital One. I used to live in Ohio and this area of Salem which comes back on reverse look up is out in no man's land. Whenever I have had any type of issue with a credit card you normally get some type
of courtesy from the company not some schmuck in Ohio. I haven't taken any of the calls because I didn't recognize the number but if I get a chance I will tell him the next time he calls I will call the Salem Ohio police and have them pay him a visit.
Kim
 Nov 20th, 2009
The message they leave is "Hi, this is Linda & I have some exciting news from Capital One." Whatever...how annoying is that? And they will not stop, even if you ask them to cease and desist (which incidentally against the law)
lori
 Nov 19th, 2009
I got 5 voicemails from this number!!!!! ALL of them were scraty and hanging up on me. They scared me so badly because I just got out of an abusive relationship with a weirdo, I thought it was HIM!
lauren
 Oct 24th, 2009
I SENT A LETTER TO CAPITAL ONE WITH A FORMAL REQUEST TO CEASE ALL PHONE COMMUNICATION.
ALL COMMUNICATION SHOULD BE BY MAIL. THIS IS A COLLECTION PERSON FOR CAPITAL ONE WHO
USES ABOUT 10 DIFFERENT TELEPHONE NUMBERS AND PEOPLE. THEY ARE NOT VERY NICE.
FRANK
 Aug 27th, 2009
OS
 Aug 14th, 2009
OS
 Jul 19th, 2009
i didnt answer but i looked the number up online and it came up as Paul Brownfield from Salem, Ohio. probably some kind of scammer
Annoyed
 Jul 16th, 2009
The caller ID identified this person as Paul Brownfield of5208 Yates Road, Salem, OH 44480 from #330-222-1041. The person asked for me by first name and when I asked who it was the man on the other end said Ernesto. Then when I asked why he was calling he said it was personal and asked for me by first name again. He kept talking in circles so I just hung up on him, and blocked him. I am certain that it was one of the nasty chumps Capital One has hired to do their collections. I've experienced it from them in the past (about 5 years ago) and they are doing it again. They get these people to be very nasty, insight you to anger and frustration just to get you to pay your bill. They'll call at work, bother co-workers and whomever else they can. This call started only after I sent them a Cease and Decist letter to leave me alone as I am currently unemployed. They will keep it up forever until the account is rectified. This type of collection practice is against the law, but they continue to engage in it anyway.
OD
 Jul 02nd, 2009

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