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PhoneWarrior Oct 22nd, 2008
"Heather" again with different phone number. Credit card scam. Last number was 407-857-3332
answered by Tanya who hung up on me. Tried to record this and press 1 but have new machine and they hung up. When are thse going to stop!
It's a creepy credit card scam run by a guy who operates out of either Florida or Flushing, New York. He fakes the phone number on your caller ID. Just another loser telemarketer whose number is now on the blacklist. What an idiot!!
Ha,ha. Daily phone calls from"account Services.Same press one or two options and a hangup when questioned about the company. I am pissed and on dnc list. Time to sue someone.
Credit Card Sevices. Pressed 1 - Teller answered, said they were trying to provide me a service to lower my master/visa card. Asked why they called me (said someone in my house must own one). Replied No (my card is not with either service). Started asking how many people lived here and how long. Asked to be transfered to their Supervisor or Legal Department. Teller said "Shut up man Im just trying to help you out" then hung up.
What a TOTAL SCAM!!! Just got recorded call for Auto Warranty... pressed 1 and guy answered asking what my make and model car was. I answered and then the line was disconnected. He might have hung up - maybe they aren't looking for my type car? How f'up are people to work so hard at trying to scam people for a living? Stupid idiots.
407-857-3332 May 12th, 2008
May 12, 2008
When you get a call from this number, they make it seem as if you are having problems with one of your credit cards. AT the end of the message, you are told to press 1 for an operator and 2 if you don
Yes received call > called back >number is a disconnected number. Will file report to fcc.
I would like to say thank you to all those who take the time to acknowledge these calls .
Gang, this is clearly a scam-in-progress. When they called, and I asked exactly what credit card they were calling about, he immediately hung up. Even more curious, I don't have ANY credit cards (just one debit card).
Somehow, they've figured out a way to spoof star-69. This doesn't mean they can't be found - just not by us. PLEASE report these to "do not call". I use "Account Services" as a company name (since that's all they give). We may not be able to find them, but given proper incentive (e.g. volume of reports), the govt can. THAT will stop it.
when I tried to returnthe call, got a number disconnected
Call from Orlando, FL at 1403 hrs. Did not answer.
Attempted to call back, number has been "disconnected, or no longer in service."
Will not make any more contact.
not a victim May 08th, 2008
auto call. there is no problem with your credit card. you may qualify for a lower rate of interest. numerous calls. i have pushed 1 to get a person. asked what credit card since i think a husband has used my ss# and signed my name to things. man hung up! second time caller asked if i had specific amt credit card debt. told her NO and do not ever call me again. thank you. another call today! found FCC site and filed complaint and registered my phone no with them. glad to find all this infomation also.
dumb blonde May 08th, 2008
beware of these folks. give them no information. do however get patched through so you can speak to someone, and when they refuse or hang up, you can then file the FCC complaint. do a *57 right after the call. then go to the FCC and file complaint # 1088. other numbers correlated with these folks are 850-648-6744
. anything that starts with a recording of "this is heather" is all part of the same set of phone numbers from the same scammers.
they called again from a different phone number in florida of 407. i asked to speak to a supervisor and they got really nasty as to why I wouldn't identify myself. they then hung up. called verizon back and had the operator try to place a call to the new 407-857-3332
. disconnected again. will file FCC complaint 1088
a recording of "heather looking to make a credit card offer"
i also keep recieving calla from this number but its from a supposid warratny company that wants to renew my auto warranty i get the same thing everyone gets its disconnected and i try to talk to someone and as soon as i say i want to be on the dnc list they hang up
On another site the name Oneimar Ceron, 1838 Island Walk Drive in Orlando Fla 32824, as the caller is given. It was traced from this fake number of 407-857-3332. That is why when you call it back it says the number is disconnected
The address of this solicitor is as follows:
1838 Island Walk Dr.
Orlando, FL 32824
I've been called several times in the last several months and I have ignored them up until now. They register on my answering machine as "Florida". Curious, I pressed "one" after the recorded message and waited until someone answered. It was a young female voice. The name is irrelevant. She said the company was "Card Services" when I queried her about who she worked for. "Which credit card?", I asked. "Visa and Mastercards" she responded. She gave me the spiel about how I have paid on-time for the last six months and I was eligible for a reduced interest rate as low as 6 percent. She asked me if I had a combined balance of over $5000 on my credit card accounts. I told her I didn't know. Then I asked her about the parent company. "Is it CitiGroup?", I asked. Then we got disconnected. I called the number back and of course the message was "...diconnected or no longer in use." I think you're pretty safe as long as you don't give out any information about yourself. They are probably scammers and I'll bet anyone dollars to doughnuts that the FTC, FCC, and members in both House and Senate Commerce Committees are aware to some degree about these unsolicited calls. Will they act on them in a disciplinary fashion is a good question. The answer probably is "no". The solution at this stage is to ignore these callers henceforth or, if one cannot keep one's hands off the phone, press "one" and start grilling the caller with interrogatories, i.e., "Who-What-Where-When-Why" until they...well...disconnect.
A. Nonny Mouse May 02nd, 2008
Tried to call the number back - says disconnected
Winter Garde FL - no message, when I tried to call back, says number is disconnected
Got the same message when I answered the phone; stating we could lower our credit card interest rates. I pressed 1 to speak to a person and was immediately connected. However, when I asked who he was, he claimed "credit card services". I pushed again and asked with which credit card, and he replied that they were the ones who sent our statements. That really sent alarm bells ringing. I continued to push, he refused to give a company name and that they were not a bank, just the people who dealt with our credit cards. I told him that could not be the case as we dealt with different credit card companies, with individual card services departments and with that he hung up on me. I would be extremely suspicous of this company; sounds like they could be fishing for information. Again, I got a disconnected notice when calling back. We are going to put a complaint in too.
When I tried to call the number back it said it was a disconnected number!?!
so much for being on the do not call list. They called, left no message.
I've received 3 calls today from this number, the first two did not have anything on caller ID. I've told them to take my name off their list and that I would report them to the Texas and Florida attorneys general if they called again.
Pressed 1 and asked to be placed on the do not call list. The person hung up. I filed a complaint at donotcall.gov. Calling hte number gives a disconnected signal.
Credit card offers. I pressed 1 and asked to be placed on the do not call list. The person hung up. Disconnected notice when I call the number back. I filed a complaint at donotcall.gov.
Left a recorded message (the usual "press 1 now to talk to a representative") saying I can lower the interest rate on my credit card. Sounds like a scam fishing for your credit card number.
It's a recording offering a credit card. You have 2 options, 1 is to speak with a representative (but they really mean to sit on hold for a few minutes and THEN speak to a representative) and 2 is to get on their do-not-call list. I pressed one to talk to the representative. I complained about receiving a solicitation after being on the national DNC list, and he offered to put my name on their suppression list. I asked what information he had and he gave my first and last name. I asked his first and last name, which he gave, but it was probably the second most common name in the US (of course). I asked for a manager's number and he didn't have one, and just said he'd have someone call me back tomorrow. I asked for a company name and he said Financial Services out of Atlanta GA. He had no address, no manager name, no customer-service number, no voicemail of a manager, no coworkers who had contact information. He was able to give my first and last name and phone number and claimed the information comes from Equifax.
half-baked May 01st, 2008