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(702) 998-**** Phone Numbers

Near Las Vegas, Nevada
Issued by Mci Worldcom Communications, Inc - Nv

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2010.

While 7029983416 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (702) 998-3416 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

Around 46% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster". You are the 10th person to search for it here. The number has a total of 13 complaints filed against it. The latest complaint reported the number as that of "American Express, Mastercard Locked".

User Complaints for (702) 998-3416

Today, I got the call from this number. 702-998-3416

A female computer voice gave me a warning " We have noticed some activity on your MasterCard debit account and have restricted the card. To gain access have use of the card, please press "1", Now enter your 16 digit card number.

I entered 1111-1111-1111-1111, hoping to get the "Error in the number, please enter again or press * to a rep", nope never did and it kept asking for me to enter the card number.

Three things tipped me off to this being purely a scam to high-jack CC numbers.

1) no name of the Bank or CC company
2) No way to get to a representative
3) I don't have a MasterCard Debit card...SCAMMMMMMMMMM

Hope this helps others.

- Concerned from Las Vegas

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[Reply] April 1, 2014

Caller name: American Express

I received a call from this number, an automated caller claiming they were from American Express - saying sorry to report that my card was compromised. I just disconnected the call.

- Florida

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[Reply] April 29, 2014

was in the middle of the night didn't answer but when to try to trace my Google account wouldn't load because there was strange activity on my computer i hope I'm not getting hacked into by this number.

- Anonymous
New Mexico

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[Reply] March 11, 2014

Caller name: Recording no name

The caller was a recording. It stated " Your Mastercard bank debit card has been frozen. If you wish to speak to a customer representative press 1, or press 2 to end this call."
I chose 1, and a recording asked me to enter my 16 digit debit card account #. I hung up and tried to dial the caller back, but a recording answered saying the that "the line was no longer in service" is what I got.

No company / bank name was stated. Phishing Scam. Beware.

- Anameless
New Mexico

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[Reply] March 12, 2014

- Anonymous
District of Columbia

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[Reply] March 31, 2014

recorded message says: "your MasterCard is locked". but then asks you to go to security department and enter your account number. there is no option to speak with a customer service rep when I call the number back it says the number has been changed or is no longer in working order.

- Paul C.

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[Reply] April 4, 2014
In response to: Woogs

Woke up to a missed call from this number 00661262601 and decided to Google it and came across these comments. Very strange number. Desperate individuals, I suppose.

They claimed to be from Microsoft alerting us of a virus on our computer.... They tried to get us to the point where they could access the computer...
Obviously they are not from Microsoft as MS won't help you and if they do they charge you.
The people on the phone could barely speak English and knew their way around a computer must have been ex-call center people from India.

South Dakota

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[Reply] December 3, 2013

Called my cell and said t hat I was approved for a loan and to call back

- Anonymous

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[Reply] November 13, 2013

Caller name: Computer

Answered the phone and a computer recording said that one of my accounts had been locked and to unlock the account I needed to start by entering the 16 digit account number, as soon as I heard that I hung up.

- Anonymous

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[Reply] March 25, 2014

Caller name: don't recall

Automated call asking to activate my new mastercard by entering the card number. I have a new credit card comming, but it is a Visa...I hung up without giving any info. Calling attorney general and giving them the number to investigate.

- Ray

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[Reply] March 25, 2014

As soon as I heard the recording say something about a MasterCard (which I don't have), I hung up. Like other people, I called back but a recording told me the number was no longer in service. Complete scam.

- Anonymous

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[Reply] March 25, 2014

**** SCAM or Tele-marketer*****

Saw new voice-mail on my cell. Message was:

" This is *mumble-mumble* reporting suspicious activity on your MASTERCARD account. It has been locked. To unlock it now please press1 ..."

Great news since I DON'T have a MASTERCARD.

- TC
United States

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[Reply] March 31, 2014

Caller name: Mastercard Locked

As others have described, I received a call from an automated caller telling me that my Mastercard showed suspicious activity and that I must "press 1" to unlock my card. I don't have a Mastercard either!

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply] April 1, 2014

Caller name: Private

I call the number back and I get a recording that the number is no longer in service.

- MJ

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[Reply] July 12, 2013

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