214-232-0615 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 214-232-0615 is located in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Its exchange 232 is managed by SOUTHWESTERN BELL WIRELESS, LL.
The number is currently on switch number DLLSTX265MD.
Around 70% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 32th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 62 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Some bank, Sovereign Bank"
Got call claiming my BAC debit card was locked and to press 1 for their security dept. Hung up right away. I don't even have a BAC account. Total scam, they're trying to steal your account number. Happened before from a different number claiming my mastercard was locked. I hung up and called my bank. They said it was a scam. If you're in doubt, hang up and call your bank yourself.
Had a problem with a company called ILD teleservices out of TX and FL now I'm getting these calls. They charged my debit card twice up to 14.00 for a .50 phone call from a pay phone. I was stuck without my cell and the payphone wouldn't take quarters. I think maybe the whole set up was a scam to get you to use your debit card to steal your info in the first place. Anyway my bank helped me out and I'm going to the AG and BBB.
calling on my mobile phone saying this is bank of america calling saying my Bank of America card has been locked and to press one to speak to security. I hung up
phone was: 214-232-0615
how did they get my mobile number since it is very private?
Obviously a scam, as everyone is saying, but they are masquerading as the most familiar banks so just don't be careless. Make sure you know your bank's security policies, since most will NOT ask you for all your information without the use of some sort of secondary identity verification (id numbers, passwords, and what have you) to confirm that everyone is who they say they are. Don't make a habit of trusting automated messages either. There's a reason people write robot-apocalypse literature, and it's automated messages.
Robocall sayiing my Eastern Bank card was locked & to enter my card number. I don't have Eastern Bank and wouldn't enter my card number anyway. Just got 2 similar emails, same M.O., for Bank of Montreal wanting my card numbers. Is anyone going after these people, and why isn't Southwestern Bell Wireless being told their service is being used to commit crimes?
Got a call on my cell phone at 12:45am
saying my master card has been locked and to unlock it press 1.
I was in bed at the time and never answered the phone, but I called the credit card company the next morning, and they said it was probably some kind of scam.