These chuckleheads called my work cell number. Called back, pressed "1" to add my number to their do not call list. Wonder if it will work?
 Apr 08th, 2010
I received a call from this number (702-520-9162) this afternoon on my cell phone and answered it so I could tell the perpetrator that they were calling my cell phone. A pre-recorded message said they were "Cardholder Services" calling regarding my account, but then told me not to worry that anything was wrong. The message said I could lower my interest rate to as low as 6.9% and to press 1 to be connected to an associate (no other option provided).

I pressed "1" and had to wait for well over a minute for anyone to answer. The guy who did answer sounded like he was drunk, and without asking my my name or for any other information asked if I currently had credit card debt in excess of $3,000. When I said "No," he hung up without another word.

I called the number back and was greeted by another message telling me to press "1" if I wanted to be placed on their "do not call" list. I pressed one, but I'm pretty sure I've done the same thing for this same number in the last couple of weeks.
 Apr 07th, 2010
Phantom call to my cel with no vm message.
 Mar 19th, 2010
Cardholder services. More spam to my cell.
 Mar 18th, 2010
Rolled it to VM, no message left.
 Mar 18th, 2010
My own mother doesn't call me so much!
 Mar 16th, 2010
These people are trying to get person credit information saying they can reduce you credit card interest. Please help others by reporting these types of calls. When I called the local news about them I was told it is a scam that tries to get information from seniors. I did not give them any information.
 Mar 12th, 2010
If you call the number back it will give you an option to be placed on their do not call list...
 Mar 04th, 2010
It looks like these people called me, too and are the same people who are calling from 850-453-9489. That number has a lot more entries than the 702 number. They called asking if I was interested in lowering my interest rates. The catch for me was I do have a credit card from cardmemberservices so I thought maybe it was them. After going back and forth for a while I realized that these people have nothing to do with my credit card company, and they don't want my SSN, but they did ask for detailed information from my bill such as account number and balance, etc. Steer clear of these people. They make it seem like there is no downside to working with them and they are not a debt consolidation company and all of these other wonderful things. If it's too good to be true, then it isn't true.
 Mar 03rd, 2010
Calls to the cell phone telling me my bill is not due but time is limited to drop the interest rate on my credit card. Guess what, I haven't got a credit card.
 Feb 26th, 2010