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2010-12-23 15:53:21 -
2006-10-18 17:29:06 - Fetene
(800) 555-0433 = CHASE BANK

It is not a SCAM. This number belongs to CHASE BANK, and is in reference to your overdrawn account. If you are not sure, simply login to your CHASE bank account, and see how far in the hole you are. Then go to a CHASE bank and bring your account back to the PLUS side.

We have several business accounts with CHASE, and being a young, new company, we are nearly ALWAYS going NEGATIVE, so we get the calls from this number.

If you do not have an account with CHASE bank, you might have an account with a bank that CHASE has taken over, which is becoming very common these days (for example, BANKONE was taken over by CHASE). That is why you should read all that JUNK mail you receive from your bank, so you will always know what is going on.

Hope this info helps,

Fetene


2010-10-06 11:13:13 -
1-800-555-0433, 0815 hours, 06-09-2010,
where did thi call originate


2010-08-28 00:10:18 -
This number called and asked for three of my dead relatives and after finding this out asked if we would send in their death certificates. Not only is this wrong it is creepy to think they might try to use their info to open accounts in their names.
I am going to directly contact Chase and clear this up for me at least and let them know that something is going on they need to take care of soon.


2010-08-01 18:25:08 -
I received this text at 1:43 this afternoon:

818-864-3253@chase.com/ / You have received a new JP Morgan Chase banking message. Call now free: 1-818-864-3253 and follow instructions.

Well... first off, I don't bank with these folks.

Second, I have been on a national no call list for a number of years.

I called the number to chew out the operator, only to be greeted by a female recording (British, Australian?) that asked for my account number.

When I entered a series of nonsense digits, a male recording (again, British or Aussie) told me tha tnumber was incorrect.

I am posting this encounter here to document this encounter, and I am searching for more places to make this text public.


2010-08-01 18:24:12 -
I received this text at 1:43 this afternoon:

818-864-3253@chase.com/ / You have received a new JP Morgan Chase banking message. Call now free: 1-818-864-3253 and follow instructions.

Well... first off, I don't bank with these folks.

Second, I have been on a national no call list for a number of years.

I called the number to chew out the operator, only to be greeted by a female recording (British, Australian?) that asked for my account number.

When I entered a series of nonsense digits, a male recording (again, British or Aussie) told me tha tnumber was incorrect.

I am posting this encounter here to document this encounter, and I am searching for more places to make this text public.


2009-12-17 15:07:08 -
This is a phone number that was formerly used by Chase bank's collections department. According to Chase (800/935-9935) this number is currently a well-planned Phishing scam. They managed to get a lot of my personal information including a Chase account number. As a result, I had to go close my account and open a new one. Do not call this number back- call the Chase number that is on the back of your ATM card.


2009-12-12 22:23:27 - Elizabeth
Listen, I work for Chase. This is a number to Chase, it is for account collections, if you call they may tell you that it is retail opperations because if you have an acct overdrawn and someone calls in with your name, you dont want everyone to know your personal info do you???

So, here's the real deal-

1. We are on a dialer system. The dialer system can sometimes call people and there will be a pause to talk to someone. If you dont want to wait, you can call us back, or we will try later.

2. If you dont what the rep says, check it out online or go to your local branch. A lot of the calls that I make are to people who dont know that their acct is overdrawn because of transactions that were not authorized and not known about.

3. We will call until you answer and talk to us. If you dont talk, or hang up on us, again we will call back. IF it is a wrong # and you do not have a chase account, pick up and tell us and we will remove your #.

4. If you call in, we dont have your info. You have to give it to us. we will ask for your phone #, name, address and last 4 of your social security #. Again, if you are unwilling to give that, go to your branch.

I really hope that this helps you all.


2009-10-22 12:09:39 -
We had a total of 5 of these fickwuts (apologies for almost using profanity) call today all asking for someone who didn't live here.
They are a astoundingly stupid or gullible to not know that all there calls are actually being traced.
Perhaps some of these clowns should either develop 'love interest' or failing that acquire battery operated stimulus.


2009-09-25 15:17:02 -
people this number is a real number its Chase collection department we collect on overdrawn accounts including checking, savings, and business just calls us and select opt. 1. And we are allowed to call you as many times as we can. if you dont overdraw your account and you wont be receiving calls from us and we can only leave a msg after 6:30 est/time. and we are required to tell you we are calling on a recorded line cause every call is recorded.


2009-07-29 19:41:26 -
hey jane you are retarded, most places run on automated dialers, you probably don't know what one of those are because you are in fact retarded. since i have worked for a bank i do know if your account is overdrawn most banks will not leave a message untill after a certain time of day. it is also not harassment until the person being called says to stop calling. if you are up on your current events you would know that washington mutual account are currently be converted to chase so that could be the reason most people dont think they have an affiliation with chase. the only time their social security # is when they call in and then it is only the last four. on an outbound call the information they ask for is address and phone number to make sure the information in their system is current. inbound they need that information to confirm they are not speaking with a scammer. so jane why don't you pick something else to be paranoid about and i urge the people to call the bank to see if the # is real so they can find out that it is. 1-800-555-0433 is a # for chase bank


2009-07-29 19:09:21 -
before you start calling #s scams i think you better research them a little bit better. i feel it is pretty pathetic when shitheads can start a site and start giving out unconfirmed and completely false information. from my perspective you are the scam and who ever runs this site deserves to be shot and thrown in a ditch. start researching your false claims or it will probably end up happening


2009-07-21 21:01:33 -
Fetene is the cunt that calls people, and now this whore is saying this is not a scam
She needs to be taught a lession, this prostitute


2009-07-14 17:15:14 -
Ok, so I've checked out this number pretty thoroughly. Here is my conclusion: All of those who blindly believe the caller or the jerks on here that say that it's really Chase bank are retarded. Here is my reasoning: 1. No bank calls you so many times a day as to where it's harassment, even if your account is over drawn. And most contact you through mail. 2. If a bank needs to talk to you, and you don't answer, they'd leave a short message for you instead of nothing. 3. It sounds like people who DON'T even bank there are getting calls; can we say WHITE FLAG? 4. If it is Chase Bank Collections or whatever people are saying, then why when they call the actual bank does no one know the number? They do have directories of all their phone numbers. Hell, even the part shop (which was just a branch of the entire company) where I worked had a list of EVERY NUMBER around the country possible that is affiliated with it. Can't tell me a bank doesn't. 5. Banks don't ask such personal information over the phone. 6. Why would they need to know your account number or SSN if they're the ones calling you about your account?! 7. Why when you try to look up the phone number on an online directory such as dexonline, does the number not come up? But when you look up Chase Banks on the same directory a ton of different numbers come up.

Thus, I've come to a conclusion that those who say it is really Chase are lying, and those who believe it are retarded and deserve to be scammed out of all their money.

For those who don't know what to do about the number calling all the time, do something about it other than not answering or hanging up the phone. Call be bank and report it. Call your phone provider and have the number blocked. Hell, even report the number to the proper authorities!


2009-07-14 17:14:27 - Jane
Ok, so I've checked out this number pretty thoroughly. Here is my conclusion: All of those who blindly believe the caller or the jerks on here that say that it's really Chase bank are retarded. Here is my reasoning: 1. No bank calls you so many times a day as to where it's harassment, even if your account is over drawn. And most contact you through mail. 2. If a bank needs to talk to you, and you don't answer, they'd leave a short message for you instead of nothing. 3. It sounds like people who DON'T even bank there are getting calls; can we say WHITE FLAG? 4. If it is Chase Bank Collections or whatever people are saying, then why when they call the actual bank does no one know the number? They do have directories of all their phone numbers. Hell, even the part shop (which was just a branch of the entire company) where I worked had a list of EVERY NUMBER around the country possible that is affiliated with it. Can't tell me a bank doesn't. 5. Banks don't ask such personal information over the phone. 6. Why would they need to know your account number or SSN if they're the ones calling you about your account?! 7. Why when you try to look up the phone number on an online directory such as dexonline, does the number not come up? But when you look up Chase Banks on the same directory a ton of different numbers come up.

Thus, I've come to a conclusion that those who say it is really Chase are lying, and those who believe it are retarded and deserve to be scammed out of all their money.

For those who don't know what to do about the number calling all the time, do something about it other than not answering or hanging up the phone. Call be bank and report it. Call your phone provider and have the number blocked. Hell, even report the number to the proper authorities!


2009-04-30 22:14:38 -
800-555-0433 called twice today first time at 8:30 am no message left. then called again at 8:15 pm this time left message saying it was chase bank and return call to this number its very important i knew something wrong as i dont belong to chase or have a credit card from them.


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