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User Complaints for 25363827
Received call 9:19am 10/29/13 telling me my Chase mastercard had been deactivated and that I needed to press 1 to reactivate. Only problem is that I don't have a Chase mastercard. Dialed 1 to confront the scammer only to get the same message repeated and was then asked to enter the card number. I'm sure that if I continued it would have asked for the PIN too. The voice was done by a really poor quality text to speech program.
Caller name: Did not say
i did not answer as i do not answer calls from numbers i don't know but my voice mail picked up....It was a computer voice saying i had lost my debit card and to press one to be directed to their security department.... what a bunch of c**p... scammers trying to get your card number.... when they called i was standing in a checkout lane with my debit card in my hand.... don't ever give any information to idiots who call you for information!!!
Caller name: Grow Financial Credit Union
Recording said my account with Grow Financial Credit Union had been locked. To unlock press 1. Ask for account number. I'm sure if I had entered an account number pin would have been the next question.
Received a call from this # today, it was a computerized voice that said credit card with CPB bank had been stoled/lost and blocked/cancelled, and to press "1" for more info. Of course did not press 1. but this is definitely a phishing scam of some sort
Caller name: Automated
Just got the call also. While it is noon here, I was asleep as up all night. So not in good mood to answer cell phone. Said my MasterCard had been stolen and to press one for help (if I remember correctly, agin they woke me up). I know card companies will call about suspicious activity such s when hubby buys things for farmville accts. They do not sound like that. I pressed 1 to tell them what I thought about being awakened, but another recording saying same thing so I hung up.
Caller name: First Merit bank
I had a text today from, "firstname.lastname@example.org" It said important message and left a number for first merit bank so I called out of curiosity and they said my debit card was deactivated and wanted my real debit card number to probably steal money, the number they wanted me to call was (907)341-3351
These scammers called at 10:47 p.m. on a school night!!!! Some scam about a card I have never owned being blocked. They want you to enter the numbers to unlock it. Yeah, right, I'm going to get right up at 11:00 p.m. to hand over a credit card number for a card I have never owned to any autodialing stranger that wakes up the children on a school night. Worthless scammers.
Said Mastercard debit card had been blocked. My debit card is a VISA and isn't blocked. Have been called twice, second call didn't leave voice mail. Just deleted the number and won't answer if it calls again... pretty obvious scam because of missing digits in number.
Got an automated voice mail at 7:25 from this number saying my debit card is lost and to press 1 and I will be directed to the security department. Called my bank instead and was told it was a scam to get my information so they could start spending my money without me being aware of it. My debit card is not lost - it's in my wallet. This world is full of a**holes.
As others have mentioned; my MasterCard debit has been blocked; press 1... Which I did; only to hear the same message. Then I realized I don't even have a MC debit card so I hung up. When I first saw the "253" #; I thought it was a local call because 253 is an area code in Seattle. I didn't see until later that there's only 8 digits...
I received an automated call from this number at 12:07pm on August 31, 2013 telling me my DEBIT MASTERCARD had been stolen and to press 1 to be transferred to the security department. They are just phishing. Looking for an idiot to fall for their c**p. My debit card is a Visa card.
Caller name: recording
call came in Sept 2,2013 12:53 am, and the recording stated they regretted to inform me that my MasterCard debit card had to be reissued or something along those lines. I don't carry/use a
MasterCard of any kind. I did try to *69 the number, didn't work.
Same as complainants above. Strange phone number, no area code. Said my debit card was locked and to press 1 to unlock it. Hung up and called my bank, but no issues with my debit card or account at all. I reported number to my bank in case they have further customer inquiries of this nature. Definitely a phishing expedition.
Caller name: recording
Got a call from this 8 digit number around 7am and it was a recording saying that my mastercard had an alert on it and I needed to talk to the security department and to press one to be transferred. I dont even have a mastercard!
Several times answered the phone, just to be met with a recorded "goodbye"
Caller name: Electronic
Voice said my credit card had been locked and I would have to enter 16 digit card number to unlock it. Freaking crook
Caller name: Not given
The call came in from an incomplete phone number. When I answered it was a very poorly created automated message. It sounded like someone used the text to speech option on a computer. It stated "We regret to inform you your master card has been locked to prevent fraud. Please press 1 to talk to our security department and we will be glad to assist you."
this number called a pay as you go cell and message said to press one for security department. When you press one it goes back to call from 25363827, press 1 for security in a loop over and over. there is nothing associated with the pay as you go phone so just deleted.
Caller name: computer voice - robocall
My phone said the caller number was 25363827 "unknown" caller ID. It was calling my cell phone. The greeting said "your debit card has been lost. Please press 1 to confirm..." and then I hung up.
This number (25363827) called me at 12:16 AM (mid night) on Oct 29, 2013. It woke me up, I looked the number and didn't answer it. There is no voice mail left to identify who the caller is.
Please someone take action to stop them from disturbing people.
At 2:48 pm (4:48 eastern time) I received a call from this very strange 8 digit phone number on my cell. I listened, pressed 1 to see what would happen. The request to unlock my Mastercard debit card was for me to enter my 16 digit card number. I entered a bogus number twice to see what would happen. According to my cell phone, this number is located in Kent, WA, it's a phishing scam for ID and account theft. This call is about as bad as "Julie" or "Alex" from "Cardholder services" calling to let me know that supposedly my credit card is about to expire. Be very careful and don't fall for it!