When these clowns call, answer the phone, "Bank of America, how may I help you today?". Hilarity ensues...
Jul 19th, 2011
Believe it is supposed to be FIA SVS. A Credit card service call from Bank Of America. Could be verifying card use.
Nov 10th, 2010
get these calls from FIA Card Services? Anyone know what a courtesy call might pertain?
Jul 22nd, 2008
I didn't realize "FIA CARD SUCS" is the old MBNA. The old MBNA company drove me crazy with their solicitations and now FIA. I guess they "suc" too. I just let the answering machine pick up and, of course, they don't leave a message. Caller ID and answering machines are awesome!
Feb 01st, 2008
Calls many times to offer me a credit card. Not interested. Annoying!!!
It seems Bank of America tries every which way to get through (see also references to FIA Card Services at 330-761-5123). Never leaves a message. Thank goodness for answering machines.
Jun 14th, 2007
These guys have become quite persistent, but always hang up when the answering machine comes online. If they had any legitimate business, they'd leave a message. Answering machines rock!
Jun 14th, 2007
they asks for my girlfriend by name but would not leave message unless "fia card sucs" is a message?
Apr 11th, 2007
No message left, losers.
Apr 09th, 2007
didn't leave a message.
Mar 20th, 2007
FIA Card Services is the new name of MBNA, which was acquired in 2006 by Bank of America. If they call you, you either had a line of credit with MBNA or FIA Card Services is trying to get you to open a new line of credit with them.