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Spoofed number pretending to be Bank of America. That is BoA's number but the calls are coming from a scammer!
I also got a call from "BofA" claiming to offer me zero percent interest on
ALL my credit cards for life. Of course NO ONE would do that or they would be bankrupt.
I hung up on them when I asked them why they are calling from a fake number and they
gave me a BS story about the line being "secure".
This number is a SCAM. They called me and wanted my account number or my social security number. I said no and they got abusive. So I called them a magu and they hung up.
they called me to say I can get my bank of america card to 0% I say that's funny because I don't have a c.c. The lady says: I know bitch. I said OK cunt move back to where you came from your english sucks!
Called today left no message. I have no business with BOA.
When I am driving and have some time, I typically engage with the scam callers and become very abusive. Insult their mothers and daughters. A bit of a sport, right.
Scam caller, spoofing BOA 1-800 number. I’m not even a BOA customer. Answered the phone to cuss them out but there was no answer
North Carolina Sep 16th, 2019
I called this scam number back as they did not leave a voicemail. It asked for an account number or a social security number. I randomly entered numbers 1 through 9. DO NOT ENTER YOUR REAL SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER. There is no account number so they want you to enter your real social security number. Don't fall for the bait.
District of Columbia Sep 09th, 2019
This # just called on my cell phone, rang 1 or twice, by time I crossed room stopped ringing. I immediately deleted it without answering. Getting more of these kinds of calls lately.
Massachusetts Sep 03rd, 2019
Just called and did not leave message. I do not answer numbers I do not know on my cellphone. Like the other messages here, the number did not have a 1 in front of the 800.
Just received a call from this number today. It is a scam. Same number as Bank of America but without the 1 in front of the number. Did not leave a message.
Receipt then coming call from this number on my mobile phone. I ran into voicemail; however call did not leave a message which clearly indicates to me it was not worth answering in the first place. Blocking this number now. *Caution: the person who posted the comment about the number being legitimate is in the wrong thread – they reference a totally different number, so beware of reading their comments and thinking 800-732–9194 is legitimate because apparently it is not.
I'm not a BoA customer and this computer-generated message said I was eligible for a new credit card. It's a phishing scam and they have hijacked the BoA 800 number, unfortunately. I froze my credit with all the major credit companies so I shouldn't be getting these type of calls. But, I'm not. This was just a scammer calling.
California Apr 10th, 2019
Got a call from the 800-732-9194 number others have commented on. They left no message, so if this was something truly important like possible fraudulent activity with any of my credit cards, then they definitely would have left a message. That tells you it's a "bs" telemarketer or scam call.
I received a call from this number 800-732-9194, I immediately blocked the number after they asked for my ss# and card number. Another SCAMMMMMMMMMMMMM
This appears to be legitimate. Someone from the 800-427-2449 number called me today, 3/3/14 at ~12:55 PM ET. They asked for me by name and said they had information about fraudulent activity on my Visa card with Bank of America. Since I work for BAC, this seemed suspicious to me. I GAVE THEM NO INFORMATION, saying I could check for fraudulent activity myself at bankofamerica.com. I'd been monitoring my Visa card closely since the Target data breach as purchases were made with the card during the time of the breach. It seemed even more suspicious when the caller said that it wasn't about transactions on the card.
I called the number on the back of my card, 800.205.6247, but got stuck in a call queue. I then looked up "bank of america fraud department" [sic] in Google search, and came to the link https://www.bankofamerica.com/privacy/report-lost-stolen-credit-card.go. The number I dialed from there is 1.800.732.9194. I entered my identifying information, then hit "0" to skip the prompts, after which I was connected with a CSR in Employee Banking.
I explained the situation re: the first "fraud" number. The CSR confirmed that the card had actually been tagged for suspicious activity and that a call had in fact been made to me earlier today. I told the CSR that I'd been monitoring my transactions online since the Target breach, but hadn't seen anything suspicious. The CSR confirmed that a new card had been sent two business days ago, and that the current card could be used locally until the new one(s) arrive. The CSR said that if I checked online, I should see the new card's ending 4 digits on the account profile and not the ending 4 digits for the current card, which is exactly what I saw, having missed this when I'd previously looked.
Bottom line: this particular transaction for me appears to have been legitimate. HOWEVER, DO NOT GIVE OUT ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION TO PEOPLE WHO MAKE THESE KINDS OF CALLS. CONTACT YOUR FINANCIAL INSTITUTION AND VERIFY WITH THEM IF THERE IS ANY POTENTIALLY FRAUDULENT / SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES OCCURRING ON YOUR ACCOUNT.
Update... If you are a customer of BOA, (Credit Card), call 800-732-9194
, (need to hit 0 a couple of times to get a live BOA Customer Service Rep). I told them of the problem of the incessant calls from Omega Direct. Said that if the calls did not stop I would leave BOA as a client, (I am a good customer). The rep put me on hold for a few minutes came back and said that she escallated this to her management, that I would be removed from Omega as well as their other telemarketing companies calling AND mailing lists! I hope this puts a stop to the calls... if not, I will bring my business elsewhere!
It's Bank Of America. I recently signed up for a BOA credit card and started getting these calls. I called back the number and they said they had no idea why I would be getting calls from that number.
Called the BOA main credit card number at 1.800.732.9194 and opted out of all telemarketing.