Hello this is PNC Bank Card lost prevention calling in regards to your Visa Credit Card account. We are calling for ******. We would like to verify some recent activity on your Visa Credit Card account ending in ****. Please contact us toll free at 1-800-225-5618 at your earliest convenience. We are available 24 hours a day seven days a week. Again that number is 1-800-225-5618. Thank you. Goodbye. Hello.
Please stop all teller market calls
Hello this is PNC Bank Card lost prevention calling in regards to your Visa Credit Card account. We are calling for Connie Mac McKeith and we would like to verify some recent activity on your Visa Credit Card account ending in 5714. Please contact us toll free at 1-800-225-5618 at your earliest convenience. We are available 24 hours a day seven days a week. Again that number is 1-800-225-5618. Thank you. Goodbye. Hello.
I called the # on the back of my PNC credit card and spoke with a consultant who verified that PNC did call using this # regarding a purchase on my card. This was also verified by an email that I also got. This was not spam
Bank fraud prevention call
Recorded voice saying there was a transaction for $17 for Netflix that was denied on my Visa credit card ending in 3131. Funny... I don't have a card ending in 3131. I also didn't try to purchase anything from Netflix.
I called the number on the back of my card to check this out in a safer way. It was legitimate. Worth checking it out, but I would still go with the number on the card for a reply.
Called and said they were PNC Automated call
Claimed to be calling from PNC loss prevention to verify recent activity on a visa card. Left voice mail exactly as "Typical Message" shows.
Seeing if I used my credit card due to suspicious charge
Scam caller in Mandarin advising you have a parcel and to press 9 to speak to them.
Called many times. Voice of an unknown Asian lady leaving a message in Chinese. Why? This is America. Speak English when leaving messages.
This morning this number called my desk phone at work and all I heard was an Asian lady's voice in a foreign language on the phone. Couldn't make sense of it. Figured it was a scam.
They’re offering a Carribean Cruise if you answer survey questions. It is not PNC
I, too, Googled the number and found this. So I called the number on the back of my credit card. They checked and verified that the call did come from their fraud prevention department. They had me verify two online charges from today. Thank you, PNC, for watching out for your customers
Exactly the same phone call as record above. I checked my online PNC banking account & found nothing, nothing at all that could have raised suspicion. Glad I did that and also that I GOOGLED the number and found this site. THANKS!