Sunday, March 24, 2013

Mar 24: Another "second and final notice" credit card scam

"...credit card accounts. This is your second and final notice to lower your credit card interest rate and payments. Press one now to find out the terms, conditions, and associated changes before the next billing cycle. Again, this is your final notice, as it relates to the financial stimulus. So press one now to take advantage of this today."

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only way it will stop is if everyone they call wastes a few minutes of their time answering their questions with bogus answers.

Only maybe one out of 10,000 people is stupid enough to fall for their scam. So if 9999 can waste two to three minutes of their time, they're out of business.

So press "1" and answer the questions politely until they ask for personal information and them feed them a load of BS. Made up name. Fake card number.

They'll hang up on you when they figure it out but if everyone does it, they WILL go out of their shady business.

July 08, 2014 9:59 AM  

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