phishing call. harrasment!
fem bot say's "Goodbye". Really annoying
Called and left message to lower interest rates. I figured it was a scam so I didnot return the call.
sounds like a great deal to lower my interest rates on credit cards, but when I began to question why they would voluntarily lower my interest rates when my own CC would not do it for me, ...she hung up on me.
You are so right. But how is someone to know when a call is a scam or not, especially the first time call?
Number is one of several used by this Cr Crd scam promising to lower your Crd interest rate. By pressing #1 you will get a live operator... by pressing #2 or #3 they promise no more calls, which is a lie.
Received the same call today. Had one about 2 weeks ago. If you want to complain, as I just did, do so with the FCC (not the FTC), here: http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htmDon't forget to put your number on the Do Not Call Registry:https://www.donotcall.gov/
Caller ID said "SERVICE MESSAGE". Left no message.
GOT A CALL AT 2:10PM FROM FEM ROBOT TELLING ME THAT MY CREDITCARD INTEREST RATE COULD BE LOWERED. I, NOT KNOWING WHICHCREDIT CARD THIS MORON WAS REFERRING TO, I HIT NO.1 WHENPROMPTED TO DO SO, ONLY TO BE LEFT WITH A CONSTANT RINGINGAND NO ONE EVER PICKED UP. OBVIOUSLY THEY DON'T EXIST INTHE REAL WORLD OR SOMEONE WOULD HAVE PICKED UP. SCAM AGAIN.
I rec'd a call about 1pm 12-28-10, the msg started mid-stream and offered to lower my interest rates, since I didn't get to hear the beginning I had no idea it was for a credit card until I read these posts here.I cld them back from work to try and get off their do not call list by pressing "1". Once I did that I was hung up on.
Robocalls like this need to be reported to the FTC! They violate the National Do Not Call list & it's easy to file an online complaint. The live rep I was transferred to (Kelly) said she was in a huge call center in Orlando. Gave the address as4286 Quadrangle Dr/Orlando/FL/32806.Report these scumbags to the FTC!Do NOT give them any personal information!
Complain all you want, it will do no good since these scammers are all offshore. They keep doing it because it's worth their while - and it will always be worth their while as long as idiots keep falling for their con games.
They called at 2:03pm today and left a loud, female voice on my answering machine about my credit cards and that I had a limited time to cut my interest rates.
Got a call from this # today (918-442-0313) Caller ID said "Service Message" so I wasn't sure if it was legit or not -- I didn't pick up the receiver, however, but waited & then called the number back. Got a recording saying something to the effect of "if you want to be taken off this list, please press 1". Of course, I didn't "press 1" -- I figured they were long distance scammers or something..........
They are phishing for your credit card number, offering to improve your interest rates. Just another scam attempt
No one is on the line.