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A proud violator of the Do Not Call list.
Anon
 Mar 15th, 2008
wanted to confirm my application for (some credit line)
makes a person concerned with identity theft
z
 Mar 14th, 2008
Would you people quit acting like this is the end of the world. The "Do Not Call" registry is there for a reason. If you're not on it, get some brains and get registered and start filing complaints. If you don't want to register on it, suffer through the calls and quit crying.
Styler
 Mar 13th, 2008
They have called two days in a row now with a recorded sales pitch for a "gold card" credit line. ARGH!
Cyndy
 Mar 12th, 2008
Some kind of credit card bull. I had to block this number. They still call because I can see their number on my missed call list.
Albert
 Mar 12th, 2008
This was a recording stating that I was approved for a credit card. I did not apply for one.
Deborah Leary
 Mar 12th, 2008
Received call from 503-828-1894 today, 3-11-08, at 1:15PM, offering a job processing government refunds. You are supposed to press 1 to learn more. I hung up. I have received similar calls the last 2 days from 561-793-8708 and 888-366-9070. This is particularly disturbing since I am on the no-call list.
Marilyn Brown
 Mar 11th, 2008
The Robot voice said something like " The application for a $10,000 loan for {*CRACKLE* new voice} JUAN! {*CRACKLE* back to original voice}has been approved. Press 1 to continue, if you do not want to be contacted again press 2.
Unfortunately, no one named Juan has ever lived here and there is no way to actually talk to a person at "The Credit Activation Hotline". VERY worrying!
Thanks for the link Tanya!
Not Juan
 Mar 11th, 2008
Supposedly Visa offer of $10k presumably already approved. Makes you think someone opened an account w/o your knowledge.
BB
 Mar 10th, 2008
I just received a call from this automated credit card hotline from Fortress stating that I had been preapproved for a credit card of $10,000. I will be informing my cell phone company as well as appropriate agencies. It may not stop them from calling others but if it isn't reported then they win and will keep on doing it. It takes about 5 minutes to file a complaint online with the FCC at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/complaints_tcpa.html.
Tanya
 Mar 10th, 2008
I did not answer this. I'm beginning to think this is the result of taking some online surveys. The calls began shortly thereafter. This practice should be stopped too!
k
 Mar 09th, 2008
ive had two calls today from boguss numbers. I have heard if this will be helpfull. that your cell phone companys r giving the numbers to the call list "invader"s there is an 888 number in which iam going to try to find again that is suppose to keep you number from them if any one else knows about the number you call let us all know i will repost as soon as i find it again, all i know is your cell company is responsiable for them getting the number! personnally i agree with you all its not fair one invasion of your personal space uses your not so free minutes and its rude to give your number out!!! period!! thank you~
heather
 Mar 09th, 2008
a recorded message offers some vague "platinum" credit card deal. It sounds phony to me. I wonder how scam artists get through the do-not-call screens? When such peoel are caught I think they should be made to pay for our phone bills and penalized for invading our privacy. There is so much concern about illegal immigrants, but meanwhile we have people already here breaking laws openly. I can;t bleieve the phone companies can;t trace these numbers to their source, o can they but they don;t tell the feds what they find?people
don
 Mar 08th, 2008
My number is on the federal no-call list. Will it do any good to file a complaint against the company, even though I have no idea who they are?
Rebecca
 Mar 06th, 2008
They are trying to get you to sign up for a credit card that charges a fee of 29.99 per month for service plus interest. What do they think I am "stupid". Not
consumer
 Mar 03rd, 2008
The phone number they are using now is 888-366-9070. They have several Websites including the ones listed form other people already. The company knows we are on to them as they keep changing domain hosts at fairly regular intervals. I spoke with people from several of the hosted domains. They said they will give the information to the FTC, but who knows. I have turned all the information I have found over to the FTC and hopefully this bastard will be caught.
Arika
 Feb 29th, 2008
Same crap, left me a voice mail for a credit card offer. Filed a complaint on the do not call list website. Doubt it will help though, NEVER does.
88 fan
 Feb 20th, 2008
I am an unlisted number and this number has called constantly everyday for the past 6 days. They come on and say that you are approved for a platnium credit card of $10,000.00. Then if you press 1 to try to find out more information they give you the website of www.creditcardlogin.com to read the terms of agreement; however then the recording states that if you do not want to be contacted again press 2. THIS DOES NOT STOP THEM CALLING THEY STILL CALL EVERYDAY!!!! PLEASE SOMEONE DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS SCAM.
Wendy
 Feb 20th, 2008
please call me at 646-246-1965 to confirm re:visa application
glendon cooper
 Feb 14th, 2008

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