Scam call that uses several different (800) numbers. I hear the same auto message each time. Have blocked the call on my cell every time I get it. Don't even wait for the auto message to finish. Don't wait for the live person. Keep blocking the numbers.
Credit Card Scam - They tell you they want to lower your interest rate but you first must give them yor main credit card number so they can identify you. At that point I asked them what the name of their company is and the caller immediately hung up on me - DO NOT ANSWER THIS NUMBER !! They are fraudulent hacks.
Scam , the jerk that was on the phone very rude
Hope u will go to hell
Massachusetts Sep 11th, 2018
This is a true chase number but its being spoofed by scammers. To get in contact with chace hangup and call back and you will be directed to chase
Female (foreign voice) robo caller said my card would be canceled if I didn't press one. I did and a foreign accent male came on the line. I acted like I was crying asking "Why r u going to cancel my card, I pay every month" and he replied...." Can you give me a blow job?" I said " do what? I don't understand what u r saying." He repeated it while I just cried louder over him. He hung up.
They were argumentative and used fowl language when I asked to be removed from their call list. Definitely scammers.
Called chase, this is an internal number. You will never be contacted by chase from this number. SCAMMERS
Scam using caller ID of legit number to get CC and SSN info.
Ontario Canada Jul 27th, 2018
It's a scam and if you answer and tell them to stop calling they call several times a day then.
I get called by this number every other day. I don’t have a Chase credit card. I just push the end call button instead of answering.
Washington Jul 23rd, 2018
This is not a valid chase number it is a scam. Do not give your information this is a similar number to card services it’s off by a few digits
It is a phishing scam. Was getting called every other day or so for a few weeks. Got tired of all the missed calls but the Chase caller ID gave me the idea of how to confirm. So went to chase website and used that number and called them. I asked if the number was theirs and if they had a reason to call me. The Chase representative informed me they have nothing on my account that they needed to talk to me about. In addition she informed me that the number is a phishing scam. She provided me with Chase email to report this. Abuse (at symbol)Chase dot com.
Don't forget to report the call to the FCC as being a caller ID spoofing and phishing scam.
Blowing a whistle in the phone does absolutely nothing to the persons ear on the other end. It would be the same as slamming the phone down. All the person hears is a "Click" no matter how hard you slam down the receiver.If you belied that crap, then you are stuck in the 60s.
Now for the real facts. Chase does not call and ask for the last 4 digits of your account number. Never answer a call from 800-945-2000. It isnt Chase.
800-945-2000 is a valid Chase number for their automated system. Somehow, scammers (probably in India) are able to use that number on your caller ID to try to get information out of you. I just called Chase Security at a different customer service number. She confirmed that Chase does not call customers to offer lower rates. She verified that my account was clear and not subject to fraud. But the only option for stopping that number from calling me is to block the call through my phone provider. Do not release ANY information to anyone calling you about your credit or your taxes, if you did not initiate the call yourself. There are scammers in India and other places doing this, and somehow they are able to use Chase's actual 800 number.
HERE IS WHAT I DO WITH THESE CALLS. I HAVE ANN OLD POLICE WHISTLE AND WHEN I PRESS ONE FOR THE AGENT I SPEAK REAL SOFTLY AND THEN I BLOW AS HARD AS I CAN IN THE PHONE MOUTH PIECE WITH THE WHISTLE! YEP I AM HOPING TO BLOW THEIR EAR DRUM OUT! THESE MORONIC ASSHOLES DESERVE THIS AND MUCH MORE FOR BEING JERK-OFF SPAMMERS- SCAMMERS!
Robot call about zero percent on my credit card. When I got to a rep with an an India accent I asked what company he was calling from. He listed several larger credit card issues Chase being the first. I asked again but what company are you calling from...the call was disconnected. The caller ID stated Chase Card SVCS. I guess my questions was too hard to answer. Hmmm.
800-945-2000 is a Chase number BUT scammers are spoofing with this number. They make the caller ID look like the call is coming from Chase but it is not. To be safe never give info out to someone who calls you instead hang up, get out your credit card and call the number on the back of the card. I did that and found out that no one from Chase had called be about any of my cards. I continue to get these calls and now I block them.
(From the FCC: "Spoofing" occurs when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. Spoofing is often used as part of an attempt to trick someone into giving away valuable personal information so it can be used in fraudulent activity or sold illegally. U.S. law and FCC rules prohibit most types of spoofing.)
Got a recorded call from this number this Morning, I pressed 1 as requested and got an Indian accented person. He proceeded to ask what my credit card balance was on my highest card, I being on to his scam proceeded to tell him a fictitious number, he asked for the expiration date on my card, that too I gave a fake number, he wanted then my credit card number, I asked him to hold on while I went to retrieve my card. I put the phone down and drank some coffee while he waited. I read somewhere if you can keep these clowns on the phone for at least 3 minutes then they loose money for their company and possibly shut them down, anyways, I returned to the phone and started reading a fictitious number again, he finally caught on to "scam" on him and he nicely said to me "Take your mastercard and shove it in your candy A_ _ ! I get these calls all the time and have my own fun with these clowns.
TL/DR: IT’S A SCAM!
Details: Got a call from 1-800-945-2000. Caller ID said “Chase Card Services”. I’ve been getting calls from them for the past few months, so I finally answered.
It was a robotic recording saying to press 1 to lower my Visa card interest rates or my account would be closed. It made no sense, but I pressed 1 anyway (1st red flag).
Then I got some Indian fucker on the line (2nd red flag). He said he could see that my interest rate was over 10% and he could lower it to possibly less than 5% forever (3rd red flag). I asked which credit card was he talking about. He said he could lower it for all (4th red flag).
Uh ... that makes no sense, fucker. So I asked again which one specifically he was calling about. He said, “We deal with all kinds ... Visa, Master Card ...” (5th red flag).
I again asked which one he was calling about. He asked how many I had (6th red flag). I said I didn’t know. He asked which one had the highest balance (7th red flag). I said I didn’t know. He told me to go get them (8th red flag).
I told him that it was pointless for me to go get them because I wouldn’t be able to tell which one had the highest balance by looking at the dumb piece of plastic.
The fucker hung up on me (final red flag).
THIS IS A SCAM!!!!!
This is a phishing scam. Do not give them any information. I get these calls all the time, you'd think they'd learn their lesson and stop wasting their time with me, but so far they haven't.
Cant find out who these people are because after the phone machine answers they hang up
Connecticut Dec 09th, 2017
I too keep receiving these calls and answer every time. The only way for these scams to stop is for everyone to answer and belittle them quickly before they hang up on you. Some "operators" will stay on the line until I get done with my rant. I always ask them to quit f-ing calling me and after a little while of that I hang up if they had not by then. I'm sorry, but there is no nice way to stop these scam artists and their costly (to you) propositions. Whether it's lowering my interest rate (by deceiving me into thinking it's one of my credit card companies), medicare pitch, or rewards center, I'm not interested and if you like keeping what you have, you shouldn't be interested either.. Make THEIR job a living hell the way they interrupt our lives for nothing but a scam.
This is the phone number for Chase VISA card customer service that is printed on the back of my new credit card with the embedded microchip.
This phone number is on the back of my Visa credit card from Chase as a 24 hour cardmember service number.
This is Chase Visa Card Member Services, not a bogus number. It is on the back of my credit card.
The 224-222-5000 number which leads to 1-800-945-2000
is a ligitamate Chase/Visa fraud number. Not wanting to call that number I called the number on the back of my card. Fraud charges where made to my card. They were doing the correct thing to call and investigate the fraud charges. We tend to be overly cautious - this problem will be straightened out and we will not be responsible for the fraund charges. I can only speak for myself, it is better to be safe when dealing with unknown numbers, but it would be nice if we could actually understand the messages that are left for us. Advice for Sue R do not put your E-mail out in the public! You are asking for trouble.
Sounded ~really~ phishy--especially that I was supposed to call back with my credit card information.
I called Chase directly 800-945-2000
) and confirmed that it was in fact a legitimate call.
Then I chastised the representative for a call that sounded very much like a phishing expedition.
(Thank gawd for whocalled.us!)
Mark the Spark Jul 14th, 2009
They always call around dinner time, robo call say "We have been attempting to contact you about your credit card....." I pressed the number to speak to someone and after some talking they gave me this number. they were calling from Tuson, AZ.
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