crafter said: please donot cll me again i am not interested, iwill not anser. thank you.
gloria said: YA GLORIA EVEN I HAD TO PAY THE AMOUNT COZ THEY CAME TO MY WORK PLACE TO ARREST ME I GOT A CALL FROM SOME OFF. CALLED SHAWN BAKER AND I PAID $ 875.
FIRST I THOUGHT THEY WERE A SCAM BUT THEY ACTUALLY CAME TO MY JOB. AND FROM THEN THIS OFF. CALLS ME EVERY 3 DAYS TO ASK WAS I HAVING A PROBLEMS TO JUST HELP ME OUT IF I HAD? I FOUND THIS OFF. GENUINE TALK WITH HIM AND HE WILL SURELY HELP U OUT WITH IT.. THEN ITS UP TO YOU..................
Trisha said: It's a private company in Chicago that works for organizations (such as the National Science Foundation) doing surveys.
dusty said: This number has been calling for days. It used to ring until my answering machine picked up and then hung up. For the last several days it calls all hours of the day and night and after two quick & unique rings, it hangs up. If you call the number is is always busy. I am on the no call list...I wich someone would kick in the head of the jerk who set this up. Leave me alone.
klsssss said: I got a call from this number ... and it left a voice message about unusual debit card activity and requested a callback. It is legit.
I was on vacation in Vegas and when I tried to draw out BoA ATM money several times in a row, the fraud software kicked in, stopped honoring the card and then the phone call from this number came about 12 hours later. I called the number and after working through the questions, it spit back at me my three most recent transactions, asking if they were valid, so this is obviously a legit number.
I also called Bank of America direct, which is the way to do it to be on the safe side. The agent recognized the phone call process as correct/legit.
Keep in mind that what you may think is NOT unusual card activity may not agree with what the bank's (mediocre) computer programmers may think. The day prior I had withdrawn at a Vegas teller window with proper ID (and I travel to Vegas four times a year), so ATM cash transactions the next day at the same branch, in Vegas no less, shouldn't have seemed all that suspect. Anymore it seems the banks will kick in the fraud protection stuff for any ATM cash transaction over $100 if you are out of your home state.
Peggy said: Gregory B. Williams claims his mothter died. He, his wife Sarah, and 5 year old daughter Jessica need to ride the bus from Florida to Cushing, OK. He gave me a 1-800# which is Western Union and said I could call the # or go to Wal Mart. He needs $255 for bus fare plus some money for food. He'll pay me back when he gets to town.
Aj said: We called the number, and she answered. We talked for about five minutes, but we don't know if it was really her. If it was, she sounded pleasant, and she told us to have a happy holiday! =D
onto you said: you are so correct.. these people are trained and believe their ends justify any means, including deception..