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Phone number (800)-331-0500

1-800-331-0500 is not a valid number. If you are sure that you got a phone call from a number beginning with this prefix, the caller may have 'spoofed' caller ID.

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Recent comments about 1-800-331-0500

Reported on Jul 24, 2015
tried to redial this number after they called my cell phone ( hung-up when I answered}....was told that I could not dial that number from my phone....what's up with that?
Reported on Jul 22, 2015
no help what so ever when alerted to identity theft and phone hacking
Reported on Jul 15, 2015
Formerly used LTD Financial in San Antonio Texas
Reported on Jul 2, 2015
Don't answer
Reported on Jun 27, 2015
Reported on Jun 27, 2015
someone from this place of higher learning must need money, but I don`t do business over the phone with them, DON`T GIVE THEM YOUR SS NUMBERS PEOPLE THEY ARE TRING TO RIP PEOPLE OFF! going to call this place and tell the dean what`s going on at his school. that's what everyone should do!
Reported on Jun 15, 2015
sales Solicitation.
Reported on May 23, 2015
They keep calling
Reported on May 21, 2015
Left text message on cel phone: "AT&T Fee Msg: AT&T will never clay to ask for a PIN. Temp PIN 997936 to complete act change. If you did not request change call, 800 331 0500 ASAP." I did not request change and called that number but on a non-associated land line. After a few automated responses the call was transferred to several phones (I heard three different style of ring tones, one sounded distinctly different -european ring tone perhaps) and then a courteous woman with a slight accent asked for my cell phone # to reset the password. I then explained that I did not request the reset and she again asked for the cel # reassuring that she was indeed from AT&T. I refused and explained that I thought that this was a scam of some sort that appeared to be fronting itself through a legitimate AT&T phone line. I then looked up the number here shortly thereafter
Reported on May 20, 2015
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