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Post by pissed,
8130006846 I'm glad to see this got cleared up my family and i tried to file a police report *I* was getting harassing calls because part of that number was my old number, but my crappy towns police department refused to do anything about it
Post by Beth,
813-000-6846 Called our office - It's an automated phone service that identifies itself as "Sarah with Card Holder Services" who is calling regarding your eligibility to lower your interest rates -"To talk to a Customer Service representative about this offer, Press " - so I did -I was connected to a real life human being who wanted to know if I was interested in lowering my interest rates -I said no, that I was more interested in what company he represented - He replied Card Services with Visa MasterCard -I asked him what his name was - which is when he hung up on me - I tried to call the number, but it comes back as "disconnected -"
Post by carigis,
8130006846 IF you gave them your credit card number call your card services and have them cancel out the number and issue you a new card with a new number (not a replacement card with the same number) -JEFFERSON CITY, Mo - - The Missouri attorney general is warning consumers about a phishing scam concealed as a call to lower your credit card interest rate -Consumers say the caller claims to be from "Card Services -" You are then asked to dial a number which is typically if you are interested in lowering your credit card rate -Then, you are asked for your credit card number to see if you qualify for this lower rate - Attorney General Chris Koster says it's just an attempt to steal your credit card information -"This is a typical phishing scam, in that it tries to play on consumers’ emotions and excitement at the idea of saving money," Koster said - "But as always, consumers should never give out their personal information to anyone who contacts them -"
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