Recorded message beginning by asking if "name of someone in home" is there. If you say no, they say, that's ok, we will just call back later.
They call me every day. Part of their text is a syncrony bank number but the webpage is nothing like anything the bank would have
I haven’t stayed in a grand Hilton and don’t understand why they called me. It appears to be a spam.
Calling every day about a card that we don't have. Checking our credit independently to see if this is tied to a breech.
Total phish attempt. Incorrect sentence structure, poor grammar, invalid website (no apostrophes in URL's...), wrong phone number, wrong address. Just another twit trying to get something for free.
I contacted humana at the main number and they told me the party calling me at this number was not part of them
what's suspicious is if you've been making your payments on time you should be able to find them online or talk with an actual customer service at the real synchronicity Bank this number is from Tallahassee Florida I think. check your accounts talk with a real customer service representative don't go through this phone's automatic menu that demands that you give over the last four digits of your social security talk with a real person or ignore and pay online. I kept repeating over and over again customer service and it wouldn't let me through unless I gave out my social#. Oh and report this number of course just in case.
They woke me up one too many times. They represent themselves as Chase card services and are phishing for CC card numbers and SS #s, obviously don't give it to them. I have confirmed with Chase that this is not one of their numbers. During such stressful times as these, we all need some form of stress relieving activities, mine, is to call this number. Sometimes I like to practice my voice acting with them, my favorite character is a sweet little old lady who sometimes uses unacceptable language around strangers, another is a WW2 veteran falling into dementia who is technologically challenged yet, inexplicably keeps all of his important information on a computer and has to be guided by the patient phone operators. Sometimes when I'm having a particularly bad day and cannot find my screamin' pillow to verbally unload my stress into, I use this number and it does numbers.
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I received the same call today at 3:55 PM. Figured it was a scam. My doctors would never do anything like this.
Continues to call repeatedly without leaving any messages or contact. Tried to get personal information from me and harassed me. Blocked the call but now there is a new number from bay lake in Kissimmee they are callling from.