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Credit Card offer to lower interest rates. Numbers are disconnected. They are a SCAM. Scam is to get the Zip Code first and then say that they need to verify that one account is in good standing with a balance of $4k or more. The then ask for the card number and / or the expiration date. Finally they ask for the card number. Most of the time they will ask for the last four numbers of your Social Security number. Then they put you on hold and check the card using the phone number on the back of the card. I wasted about 15 minutes of their time giving a card that had been replaced. Gave fake zip code and etc. Waste their time if you like however don't give them a real working card number. Also the following numbers should be consider as FRAUD. 401-515-4756, 850-237-4859, 407-692-2286, 860-822-7440, 731-498-4058, 517-705-1117, 302-234-8558, 281-825-4439, 765-998-4712, 416-364-1111, 631-665-8769, 503-543-5471, 731-203-5870, 406-980-2030, 620-504-7452, 860-949-6352, 703-468-4703, 203-244-7440, 701-771-9654, 337-220-9635, 256-526-9650, 726-901-8575, 763-428-4712, 601-907-8542, 501-433-8509, 202-509-5548, 207-246-8509, 304-287-4841, 303-490-7410, 678-864-7418, 916-555-0077, 765-525-9654, 813 444-5700, 207-829-6517, 301-577-6523, 256-526-9650, 337-220-9635, 203-244-7740, 701-771-9654, 620-504-7452, 703-468-4703, 860-949-6352, 908-395-8442, 404-900-5101, 305-368-8209, 726-901-8575, 601-907-8542, 207-829-6517, 301-577-6523, 256-526-9650, 337-220-9635, 203-244-7740, 701-771-9654, 620-504-7452, 703-468-4703, 860-949-6352, 908-395-8442 I'm sure this is only a partial list of the numbers used by these scamers. Typically if you call the number they are disconnected. A search on google will display numerous complaints. KEY WORDS, Fraud, ID Theft, Scam, Steal ID, Crime, Fraud Charges.
Dale
 Mar 15th, 2014
If you are on this site you have likely been called by a telemarketing agency who is not following the rules. You may have received a call in which there was no answer, talk to an agent who hung up on you when you asked who they were, or are on the do not call list.

This kind of activity is not acceptable in the industry. We are trying to determine who is abusing various services and need your assistance to determine who it is. An individual in the industry is willing to help out but needs some assistance from you. If you wish to help please contact Kimberly Coarse at kimberlyc1984 at icloud.com

Provide the following information to help us:
Time Called: (please provide your time zone, and exact time)
Their Number: What was displayed can your caller ID
Your Number:

What will be done with your information: It will be gathered with other individuals and submitted to the agency to provides these kinds of services. They will be able to search their systems to see who made calls out to you. Once enough data is collect this should help them determine who it is abusing the system and put a stop to it.

Thank you,
PN
 Feb 18th, 2014
Credit card scam. Number added to reject list.
Jen
 Feb 14th, 2014
The bad news: Card Services calls aren't going to stop anytime soon.
The good news: You can retaliate, reduce the misery, and even have some fun.

RETALIATE:

Waste these turkeys' time. Keep them on the line by acting like an interested prospect. Give them bogus data, including a combination of two different credit card numbers, scrambled Social Security digits, and a ZIP Code that's slightly off. Note: providing a credit card company's real 800 number is key to prolonging the call.

After they call the credit card company, you can give them the same credit card info as before with two of the numbers transposed, thus causing them to make a second verification call. Or you can respond, "Guess what ... H-O-O-N-N-K-K [from a $6 air horn] you've been PRANKED! Call back tomorrow for more bullshot." Now they're the butt of your joke rather than you the victim of their harassment.

REDUCE THE MISERY

Landlines. Enroll for the free service at nomorobo.com. Simultaneous ringing, a feature you can enable with many providers, enables nomorobo to receive, answer and, after one ring, hang up on nuisance telephone numbers.

Cell phones. Block the number, an option that becomes available on the iPhone if you click on the "i" on the right in the list of recent calls and scroll to the bottom. Unfortunately, Card Services will keep calling from new spoofed numbers, which eventually should motivate you to retaliate.

HAVE FUN

Turning the tables on the perpetrators with mischievous deception and the news they've been duped provides instantaneous vigilante satisfaction. Plus you serve your fellow call recipients by slowing down this evil operation's efforts to defraud them.
Fightback Jack
 Feb 14th, 2014
IF I find out who these b*****ds are I WILL KILL them!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our government cant seem to shut these scams down so I am going to take them down myself! I know they are based in the Orlando Florida area. They call and harrass constantly from different numbers. I believe I will win a self defense case against them. Hope they are prepared to die!!!!!!!!!!
Sickofit
 Feb 13th, 2014
These bastards called again this afternoon. Complaint has already been filed.
Garret
 Feb 13th, 2014
These bastards called again this morning. Time to file a complaint!
Garret
 Feb 07th, 2014
2nd time they called me today. Didn't answer since I didn't recognize the number. No voice mail was left. Then I *67'ed the number back, and it was a number that was no longer in service. Spam call for sure.
Garret
 Feb 06th, 2014
Didn't answer since I didn't recognize the number. No voice mail was left. Then I *67'ed the number back, and it was a number that was no longer in service. Spam call for sure.
Garret
 Feb 06th, 2014

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