503-902-8480 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
These people call several times a day - obviously they have several numbers. I've told them to take me off of their call list at least 100 times. Today, I spoke with a woman named Samantha -I said "I'd like you to stop...." and she hung up on me. When you call the number back, you get "The number you have called is temporarily unavailable. Please try your call again." I want to sue these people but cannot find a name or address for them! THIS IS GETTING RIDICULOUS!
says LOWER INTEREST , Automated call so have no way to tell them not to call or take me off their list, I have nothing that I pay interest on, PLEASE, stop them from calling. I am on the do not call list and have been since it's inception. Thank You
I honestly think they are scammers or frauds, otherwise they would tell you their company name rather than say, "We're the paople on the back of all your credit cards.". If you stay on to speak to someone to ask them to remove you from their calling list, the hang up before you can complete your sentence......no legitimate business would do that!!!!
JACKSON, Mississippi - Not only are those telemarketing robocalls from "card services" annoying, they're also illegal, especially if you've signed up for a federal or state "do not call" list. Mississippi utility regulators Tuesday fined a California telemarketer $945,000, in an effort to get such calls to stop. It's the largest fine that the Mississippi Public Service Commission has ever issued against a telemarketer. The order was issued against Roy M. Cox Jr. of Santa Ana, Calif., and five companies he controls. The commission said Cox broke Mississippi's law against unwanted telephone solicitations 189 times in the last four years. Northern District Commissioner Brandon Presley said in February that Cox was operating "possibly the largest telemarketing scam to hit Mississippi since the auto warranty scam a few years ago." Cox and associated companies also face a civil suit filed by the Federal Trade Commission last year in California. A lawyer representing Cox in the federal case did not immediately respond to phone and email messages Tuesday. The Mississippi fine was assessed after Cox failed to respond to legal papers served on him by the state. Mississippi assessed the maximum fine of $5,000 for each legal violation that it documented. "Go find that check," Southern District Commissioner Leonard Bentz said after the commission voted. Under state and federal law, people who don't want to get telephone solicitations sign up for a "do not call" list. Telephone solicitors are supposed to acquire that list and not call those people, with certain exemptions. The state says Cox and his companies failed to register before starting business in Mississippi, didn't buy a copy of the state's "do not call list," were placing illegal robocalls, and were calling outside the time window allowed under state law. The companies were also illegally hiding their names on caller ID, instead listing themselves as "card services," ''credit services," or "private office," according to the federal case. The state complaint says Cox operates through a web of companies, including California-based Castle Rock Capital Management as well as Castle Rock Management SA and Capital Solutions Group SA, both of Panama, as well as Transfers Argentina SA of Argentina and Marketing Strategy Group of Hungary. The federal complaint also says that Cox worked through a Seychelles company called Public Service. It isn't named in the Mississippi order. Federal authorities said Cox's companies sell credit card interest rate reduction programs, extended automobile warranties and home security systems. The federal suit was filed by the FTC in partnership with the Justice Department, which could allow the government to seek civil penalties of $16,000 per violation if it wins. In response to the federal lawsuit, a lawyer for Cox denied that he was a telemarketer, had brok en the law, or controlled the foreign companies. Cox can appeal the Mississippi fine to Hinds County Chancery Court. Jeff Jernigan, a staff attorney for the Mississippi Public Service Commission, said the state could try to collect the judgment by filing liens on houses Cox owns in California and Tennessee. The commission is still working on collecting its previous largest fine, the $490,000 that it fined Joel Katz of Baltimore last fall. Katz was convicted in federal court in 2002 for defrauding 16,000 people out of more than $1.6 million. Mississippi officials said he went back to his old ways while still on probation. Bentz said the commission "would love to have some more authority from the Legislature to collect these fines." He also said he'd like to see a law allowing jail terms for unauthorized telemarketers.
I have had several calls from these people wanting to lower my credit card rates. That would be great if I owned a credit card, but I don't. I have asked them to remove me from there calling list only to be hung up on. I have even ans them to talk to a manager only to hear click. These scumbags really need to get a real job.
These people call me all the time. In fact I've had 2 calls from them in the last 3 hrs. I have filed a complaint for this number to the National Do Not Call Registry. If everyone did that we MIGHT get some action. Then again, they would just switch phones. I checked this number out & it's supposed to be a cell phone in Salem OR.
Phone number: 503-902-8480
is located in Woodburn, Oregon.
Its exchange 902 is managed by METROCALL.
The number is currently on switch number SALEOR96204.
Around 46% of people reported it as "Telemarketer"
You are the 31th person to search for it here. The number has a total of 49 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "credit card people, Linda"