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Reported about 7 hours ago
rachel at card holder services
Reported about 10 hours ago
CARD SERVICES SCAM
Reported on Sep 1, 2014
Recorded message inviting "touch 1" for service. Live contact reading from a script hung up immediately when it was clear I wasn't stupid enough to provide him with any account information. We've received the same call in that past but from different #s. I strongly suspect it's a fraudulent attempt to get credit card or bank account numbers
Reported on Sep 1, 2014
this number is not spam
Reported on Aug 31, 2014
block
Reported on Aug 31, 2014
i am not here to searve u
Reported on Aug 31, 2014
cop
Reported on Aug 31, 2014
leave me be.
Reported on Aug 29, 2014
They keep calling I answer the phone they hang up and call back. So far today 4 calls.
Reported on Aug 29, 2014
Keeps calling and will NOT leave a message with words. There is static and traffic noise in the background.
Reported on Aug 28, 2014
blocked
Reported on Aug 28, 2014
don't like how this person is talking to me.
Reported on Aug 28, 2014
insurance premiums
Reported on Aug 28, 2014
Voicemail phone number
Reported on Aug 28, 2014
calls leave automated message that is not comprehendible
Reported on Aug 27, 2014
She keeps harassing me
Reported on Aug 27, 2014
call nothing dead air on bmp.
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
like 6 calls within a couple hours and 15-20 calls over the past couple months. reported the number to the dnc registry
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
number is busy
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
busy
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
not available
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
Scammer says his name is Paul Ubin and used a reference from distant past that I never really knew. That was the flag that this is yet another phone scam.
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
Scam. Like the other person said, this a new twist on the old scam where they pretend to have a reference from someone. In this case it is someone from my distant past they probably found from the internet. Never really knew the person they used as a reference, which told me it was a scam. Ignore the scumbags.
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
Reported on Aug 25, 2014
recorded sales call
Reported on Aug 25, 2014
sounds like the background to a call center. lady asked to speak to the owner. i asked if she would like to leave a message and she said she would just try again.
Reported on Aug 25, 2014
THE BAD NEWS: Card Services calls aren't going to stop anytime soon. THE GOOD NEWS: You can retaliate, reduce the misery, and even have some fun. RETALIATE: Waste these turkeys' time. Keep them on the line by acting like an interested prospect. Give them bogus data, including a combination of two different credit card numbers, scrambled Social Security digits, and a modified ZIP Code. Important: provide a credit card company's real 800 number. After they call the credit card company, you can give them the same credit card info as before with two of the numbers transposed, thus causing them to make a second verification call. Or you can respond, "Guess what ... H-O-O-N-N-K-K [from a $6 air horn] you've been PRANKED! Call back tomorrow for more bullshot." Now they're the butt of your joke. REDUCE THE MISERY: Landlines. Enroll for the free service at nomorobo.com. Simultaneous ringing, a free feature many providers offer, enables nomorobo to receive, answer and, after one ring, automatically hang up on nuisance telephone numbers. Cell phones. Block the number, an option that becomes available on the iPhone if you click on the "i" on the right in the list of recent calls and scroll to the bottom. Unfortunately, Card Services will keep calling from new spoofed numbers, which eventually should motivate you to retaliate. HAVE FUN: Turning the tables on the perpetrators with mischievous deception and the news they've been duped provides instantaneous vigilante satisfaction. Plus you serve your fellow call recipients by slowing down this evil operation's efforts to defraud them.
Reported on Aug 25, 2014
THE BAD NEWS: Card Services calls aren't going to stop anytime soon. THE GOOD NEWS: You can retaliate, reduce the misery, and even have some fun. RETALIATE: Waste these turkeys' time. Keep them on the line by acting like an interested prospect. Give them bogus data, including a combination of two different credit card numbers, scrambled Social Security digits, and a modified ZIP Code. Important: provide a credit card company's real 800 number. After they call the credit card company, you can give them the same credit card info as before with two of the numbers transposed, thus causing them to make a second verification call. Or you can respond, "Guess what ... H-O-O-N-N-K-K [from a $6 air horn] you've been PRANKED! Call back tomorrow for more bullshot." Now they're the butt of your joke. REDUCE THE MISERY: Landlines. Enroll for the free service at nomorobo.com. Simultaneous ringing, a free feature many providers offer, enables nomorobo to receive, answer and, after one ring, automatically hang up on nuisance telephone numbers. Cell phones. Block the number, an option that becomes available on the iPhone if you click on the "i" on the right in the list of recent calls and scroll to the bottom. Unfortunately, Card Services will keep calling from new spoofed numbers, which eventually should motivate you to retaliate. HAVE FUN: Turning the tables on the perpetrators with mischievous deception and the news they've been duped provides instantaneous vigilante satisfaction. Plus you serve your fellow call recipients by slowing down this evil operation's efforts to defraud them.
Reported on Aug 25, 2014
up yours
Reported on Aug 24, 2014
This phone number is no longer in service