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by Prof. Cooper Haley Sr. Published 1 year ago Updated 8 months ago
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What is the phone number for credit card customer service?

MEMBER SERVICES Local: 915.778.9221 Toll-free: 1.800.772.4328 Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m.–noon MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 20998 El Paso, Texas 79998-0998 24/7 …

Is the “card services” call a scam?

Oct 17, 2008 · 800-772-4686 / 8007724686 800-772-4686 800 area code : Toll-free Read comments below about 8007724686. Report unwanted calls to help identify who is using this phone number. 1 2 3 Next 0 NJf 17 Oct 2008 Got repeated calls from this number, no message, also hangups--it is FIA Credit Card Services.

How do I contact Wells Fargo credit card customer service?

Jan 04, 2016 · 772 210-8012 is their new number. Their old number was 856 282-5053 reported them to the fcc and they phone carrier. This is the same story about lowering credit card rates.

How do I contact the Freedom card customer service?

Jan 04, 2016 · 772 area code : Florida (Port St. Lucie) Report a phone call from 772-210-8012 and help to identify who and why is calling from this number. 1 2 Next 0 guest 4 Jan 2016 Caller id shows "out of area" Calls multiple times a day about credit card offers. Offers option to have you removed from the call list, but they never stop calling.

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Identifying the Account Services Scam

It’s an automated message. If you want to speak to someone you press 1, at which point a man answers. There are a few clues that this is not legitimate.

Solutions I tried

When this first started happening, I called the police and spoke to a detective. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much they could do because (a) no crime had been committed and (b) the caller had masked his identity by spoofing other people’s phone numbers.

How to protect yourself

The most important thing is to recognize these calls as scams. If you think you may be getting a legitimate call from someone who wants to lower your credit card interest, do the following:

What is a card service call?

Some “Card Services” calls are made by criminal enterprises whose intent is to obtain personal financial information to commit identity theft. The callers may attempt to gain trust by indicating that they are associated with a bank, or that they only need to “verify your banking information” to help lower your interest rate. In other cases, they may claim to be able to negotiate better terms or conditions on a credit card account, and then pressure the citizen to disclose financial information to take advantage of their “limited time offer.”

What is a spoofed number?

The use of “spoofed” numbers by fraudsters who hide from the law is spreading due to phone companies’ installation of computer equipment that allows Internet-connected computers to cheaply make phone calls to conventional telephones. This technology allows the scammer to make unidentifiable phone calls to a person’s home. When a person returns a “spoofed” call, they find that the number is disconnected, not in service, or is assigned to someone who is very obviously not the scammer. Report spoofed calls to the Federal Communications Commission and the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission at:

Who enforces the Do Not Call law?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has the authority to enforce the Do Not Call law. The FTC has filed lawsuits against and shut down “Card Services”-type callers that placed recorded calls. People who suspect that a caller is violating the Do Not Call law, or using “spoofing” should immediately file a complaint with the FTC as follows: ...

Why do fly by night scammers stay on the move?

They do this to avoid detection by law enforcement.

Why are people bombarded by unwanted calls?

The problem is difficult to stop because the scam artists increasingly use modern technology - including caller ID spoofing and throw-away cell phones - to conceal their identity and location and evade law enforcement.

What is the purpose of fraudulent phone calls?

The callers make unsolicited phone calls promising to help lower a person’s interest rates. They usually require the consumer to pay high up-front fees of as much as $2,000 or more. Once the consumer pays the money, however, the companies often fail to deliver the promised services. The end result: the consumer now is $2,000 more in the hole.

What is a scam artist?

These scam artists are falsifying - or "spoofing" - caller ID information. Medical Alert Scams. Across the country, senior citizens report receiving phone calls that offer "free" medical alert systems.

How to contact a debit card company?

Debit Cards. Request a new or replacement debit card, report a lost/stolen debit card, or for debit card questions. 1-800-869-3557. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Debit FAQs. Debit Card FAQs. Debit Card Alerts FAQs.

How to contact Wells Fargo?

Wells Fargo Online®. 1-800-956-4442. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Make an Appointment. Schedule an appointment to meet 1:1 with a banker. Make an appointment online in just a few minutes. Contact Us Internationally.

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