Repetitive hang up calls, thus the appellation: Buttnuggets.
California Jun 14th, 2015
It's Fraud. I called Chase and they told me to report it to email@example.com. They told me some telephone numbers were recently hacked from a database. I called this number back and an automated voice asked for private banking info. So, there you have it. This number has called about 10 times in the past few days.
I have received a ridiculous number of automated messages that says that it is Chase Card Services that has an "exciting" offer for me that I "may be able to take advantage of". I called Chase directly with a contact number listed on their official website. I was told that this is a scam, and to report the number to the FCC. My advice is to not call the number back, nor the number given in the message, because then they know that the number is "live" and they will continue to call you and can then sell your number to other telemarketing/scamming companies. Call Chase directly using the number posted on their website, and inquire about any issues or attempts to contact you, as they keep records of when customers or prospective customers are called, and what they are called for. I blocked the number directly through my phone company (Verizon customers: you can do this easily online by logging in to your account and just entering the number), and will be filing a report with the FCC.
Calls at least twice a day for the last three weeks.
I keep getting multiple calls from this number at all times of the day. It is my cell phone,not my house phone and not many people have my cell number. I don't think it could be chase collection services, as another person mentioned above because I have no chase account. If it was legitimate,they would have left a message.
This is Chase Card services. It is a collection call.
called twice in am....left no message. Unsolicited call.
Keep getting calls from this number with no message