609-318-9785 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 609-318-9785 is located in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Its exchange 318 is managed by SOUTHWESTERN BELL MOBILE SYSTE.
The number is currently on switch number PSVLNJPLCM0.
Around 36% of people reported it as "Telemarketer".
You are the 34th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 58 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of ""Brett", bc financial assist"
Call all the time about credit card. They say "there is no problem with the card..." I called the number back and got a message that said the call was for the purposes of telemarketing. If I wanted to be removed fromt he list, I was to press 1. However, when I pressed 1, it asked that I enter my phone number after the beep to be removed from the list. However, the beep never comes, and the same message goes over again until it hangs up. I also tried to just enter the phone number without hearing the beep, but it did not work. The second choice when I dialed back was to speak to a "live" rep. However, when I pressed that, I was given a message that the recipients mailbox is full and cannot take anymore messages. Then the call was disconnected. This is not right and needs to be stopped.
i am on no caller list get several calls per day from out of area or name not avalable.this time there was a # it said on caller id it was credit card i thought something was wrong.when i called the # it was a recording said it was a marketing service said if i didnot want to be called again put in my #and i would be taken off list which i did .hope it was not a bad thing to do, july 30 20 12
these scam artists have tormented me for at least two years now. I can't get any help from the state attorney general's office, despite numerous complaints filed, because they call from numbers all over the country, most of which are spoofed numbers; the state office says they don't have enough information to track these people down. I have even kept a list of different numbers they call me from and provided them to the state office. This company's agents are insulting and vulgar whenever I ask not to be called. Usually they just hang up. My number is on both state and national do not call lists and has been unlisted since 2008.
Same old thing about a credit card we don't have! Gives options to speak to someone or press 3 to be removed from call list! Have tried the remove option but it doesn't do any good! Now we do nothing-- don't answer the phone! Answering machine picks up! Drives us crazy!
If a customer service representative named Rachel emails you and says you've won a $1,000 Visa gift card, don't believe her. It's a scam, state officials say. Earlier this year, some Wisconsin residents received robo calls from someone claiming to be Rachel from "credit card services" who directed people to a website in an email phishing scam, according to an email alert Monday from officials with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. Now the scam has changed to emails from "Rachel, Customer Service, Employee Benefits Center, LLC" informing people nationwide that they have been issued a free $1,000 Visa gift card on behalf of a local business, charity or government agency. "Be aware that it is a scam and take no action with the email," the alert says. "The emails appear official and ask recipients to visit a website to claim the card. If a recipient falls for the bait and visits the website, he/she will be asked for a number of personal details. It is also possible that the website may attempt to load malicious software (known as "malware") onto the victim's computer." Typically, the scam emails will include the same content, the alert says. The subject line of the email will typically read: (Your name), a thank you from (local company name). The body of the email will include the recipient's first and last name and an "Issuing branch" in the city or state where the recipient lives, a "Valid until" date for the card (often listed as "08/2015"), a website where the recipient can "claim the card and have it shipped to the address of your choosing," a 48-hour deadline to make victims react more quickly to the "offer" and a signature from "Rachel." "If you receive this email, do not visit the listed website, open any links or attachments, respond to the sender or take any other action with the solicitation," the alert says. "Update your anti-virus software to ensure that your computer can recognize any recent malware attacks." For more information or to file a consumer complaint, visit datcp.wi.gov, send an email to email@example.com or call toll-free at (800) 422-7128. In general, officials advise consumers not to respond to any prompts during automated spam calls - even if the call offers to unsubscribe the recipient from further calls by pressing a button. Usually, doing so will only increase the number of calls because it confirms there is a live person on the line. This allows the caller to sell the number to other spammers as a working number. Follow consumer affairs investigator Gitte Laasby on Twitter @GitteLaasbyMJS.
Urgent message about lowering my interest on my credit card, option 2 to be taken off list, that didn't work they called back. This time I went to opt 1 talk to WHOEVER!!!, they came on the phone and I told them I got a call from them the other day and opted out why are you calling me back....they hung up.
This is the second call from them today. The first call was from a different number and I answered because I received this call last month and I want the person to stop calling me. This is a scam as usual and it needs to be investigated and the boileroom shut down, or people arrested and fined!