Same here, we first called the # in the text, thought it sounded fishy so hung up and called the # on the card. There WAS a fraudulent charge and we are getting a new card issued. From now on if I get a similar text I will just call the # on my card right away insted.
Telling me to contact them about my back taxes and that their email address is taxlawadvisory.com...
got a call from 888-373-0745 on aug. 25th 2014 someone start talking fast and said i had 3 charges against me. did not ask for a name or who they where talking to it was a mans voice with a heavy hispanic voice and talking very fast than he told me to call them back i did i told the guy i had the police department to listen in he said goodbye and hung up this is a fake
Fraud call. Caller claims to work for Microsoft and tells you that there is malware on your computer and he is going to assist you in removing it. He will ask you to click Windows R keys which will bring up the "Run" box. He then asks you to type in "eventvwr".
I did not do as he asked as I knew this is a scam that allows them to hack your computer.
This Number is from Xoom Energy Services; a provider of Electric and Natural Gas Service.
they can't laugh in English, let alone try to scam someone!
I do use charter but caller id says, TOLL FREE CALLER. They did allow me to press 1 to be removed from the calling list, which i did. Now, let see, if it works.
Dr Reid Hamamoto, Kapaa, HI
never heard of this person, as they did not identify themselves or who they were or worked for....
Got a call from 888-296-0988 said it was fraud dept. It was legit. But I did call the number on the back of my cc just to be sure.
They were telling me how they can help me get a better score on my credit report but the number does not exist, so be aware of scam, because they're out there
Let message of "goodbye".
This is a customer service survey for AAA Life Insurance after you have spoken with one of their reps.
While you may have a legit fraudulent charge, this may be a scam. Always call the number on the back of your card, rather than using the number provided via phone call or text. No credit card company should be calling you and asking for your info. I read another article about this, and I wonder if maybe someone gets your cc number, makes a purchase, then puts the scam in motion. I dunno, could be just a crazy idea. In any case, just be safe and use the number on your card!!!
THEN PAY UR BILLS DB
quien me esta llamando
This number is registered to United American Insurance Company