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2006-11-01 19:37:20 -
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2006-11-01 14:05:03 -
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2006-11-01 08:21:05 -
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2006-10-27 10:50:29 -
I am a security engineer and thought this was a scam number... it seemed very shady... BUT, my account was -53.00!!

CHASE is a crappy bank. I am going to close all my accounts with them today.


2006-10-27 04:00:54 -
"Tanya", "Buddy", "Byconur", and whichever other parasite shows up here:

Wow, what a bunch of a$$holes on this webpage! Take your go*damn spam sh!t, your bogus pharmaceutical drugs, and shove 'em up your harassing a$$es! Hmm, maybe I'll just bait YOUR A$$ES and see you get what YOU deserve!!!!

I'll feel sorry for all of you decent people on this thread that was naďve enough to use your real email addresses! No doubt the scum on this page has seen to it you have been and are still being harassed!!

And for those of you that feel this is NOT a scam; like "James" said, this is INDEED a scam! NO ONE will ask for your SSN if they call YOU! NEVER EVER give your SSN, PIN, whatever, to ANYONE THAT CALLS no matter WHO they say they are! Get THEIR # so you can call them back and see what happens! The only time you will EVER be asked for any personal info is if YOU call YOUR OWN bank, insurance co., credit card company, etc.


2006-10-27 03:49:15 -
These people should be SHOT. 10-26-06, I hear my fax line ringing. It should NOT be because only about 3 people have it, and, IT IS BRAND NEW. I see the caller ID and notice it's a suspect "TOLL FREE NUMBER" so I jumped to pick up the phone and confront whomever this may be. I heard a modem on the other end, waited, then nothing happened, it disconnected. I noticed the # on the ID was 1-800-555-0433. "555"? No way, can't be real. But, it was real. I called and it my surprise it was answered by a "menu", the recorded thing and said it was CHASE BANK! I waited till the end of the menu options to get "an operator" and someone answered and just said "Hello". I said, "who is this and why are you calling my fax #?" He said, "Ohhhh....Chase bank", and "what's your phone # and I'll find out why". We have a Chase account, so I gave him the # and he said "we have no record of that #, what is your SSN and I'll see if something is under that". It was right at that point I figured this may be some scam, and there's no way any legit place would ask that, and sure as hell no way I'm about to give anyone a SSN!! I told him this and he said he couldn't be of anymore help without a SSN. After hanging up, I looked up that phone # on some search engines and low and behold, found this page!

Obviously the authorities couldn't care less about criminal scamming cyber-terrorist parasites such as this. It's up to US to take matters into our own hands and "take care" of these slime-balls. In general, find some online p-or-n sites, mortgage and financing sites and the like (all the types that spam and scam people), and subscribe all their email addresses to that, and phone #'s as well where possible and put their phone #'s in all the boxes you can. Get magazine subscriptions, vacuum cleaner try-outs, etc., etc., sent to their street addresses. Use your imagination and they'll get what they deserve! Then also try and "bait" them, find out where they are, and, well, use your imagination again!

I'll be calling that phone # back again and I'll be sure and get their "Mailing address where I can send you my SSN and other personal account details". I'm also calling the FBI and if I can find out where that # is located, the local DA's Offices and cops in that city. Probably wind up being in Canada though, or overseas!! But, we still have the other ways of getting back at them if so.


2006-10-22 02:47:44 -
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2006-10-18 17:29:06 -
(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


2006-10-16 08:30:49 -
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2006-10-16 08:14:45 -
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2006-10-14 13:55:01 -
It's not a scam. They really are Chase (Deposit Account Collections) and they will call you A LOT if your account really is overdrawn like mine was. They will even call after 8pm and on Sundays and stuff, but it is Chase.


2006-10-08 04:46:15 -
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2006-09-23 14:37:42 -
No bank will call you for the type of information they are looking for from you. This is a scam and a phishing technique for important info. They are looking to steal your "Identity." In fact why are they calling your house if you're on a do not call list. And when you were at the bank last why didn't the teller tell you the manager would like to see you or they need more information. Your personal banker will leave a name and ask you to stop into the bank to see the manager.


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