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Scammer's phone 404-891-6282
Type of a scam Other

Calls with an automated message saying you've won a free $100 gift card and asks for credit card to pay for the shipping.

Scammer's phone 5137250223
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Call pretending to offer $100 reward

- Victoria, TX, USA

Scammer's phone 3055207971
Country United States
Victim Location TX 77901, USA
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Received a call informing me that I had shopped at one of their participating retailers and had won a $100 gift card. Attempted to let them know that I was not interested, they hung up immediately after getting my name.

- Troy, MO, USA

Scammer's phone 6313071550
Scammer's address Patchogue, NY 11772, USA
Country United States
Victim Location MO 63379, USA
Total money lost $9.93
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Received a phone call saying I had been chosen to be given two $100 gift cards to any affiliated stores for shopping at Walmart and being a loyal customer. They told me I would be charged a processing fee for it to be mailed to be, a lady I spoke to naked Valerie (store ID #950 then asked for my card number which I gave to them. Later I was charged two fees of $4.95 and another fee of $0.03. More transactions were scheduled to charge my account so I canceled my card. Called back up there to ask why they scammed me and they told me they needed my card number again and I asked why they would need my card number again if I was already charged twice why do they need my card number again. They wouldn't comply with my questions and kept changing the subject. I then hung up and called the BBB.

- Amherst, OH, USA

Scammer's address New York
Country United States
Victim Location OH 44001, USA
Type of a scam Other

I use to get an automated call from them once a week and i selected the corresponding number yo take me off their call list. Now once a week they ring my phone and hang up, once i call back to see who it is its the same automated call. I do not know if they are trying to take money because i dont want to go any further with the automated call

Scammer's address Unknown
Victim Location TX 75023, USA
Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received an automated phone call indicating that i needed to act quickly in order to receive a lower interest rate on my credit card. This was suspicious because I currently have no credit cards. I chose to stay on the line to find out what credit card this was in reference to in case of identity theft. When I spoke to an "agent", I asked what credit card this was in reference to and he listed off several companies that offered cards and said "We service them all". I responded that I did not have any of those and he responded by requesting me to preform a sexual act on him. After he replied with the same response to my request for clarification, I hung up. I tried calling back several times to speak with a manager with no luck.

I am not sure if this is a scam or if it is a case of horrific customer service but the complete lack of professionalism was suspicious.

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Phone call uses automated message to say " Hi this is Julie. With reward redemption. You recently visited one of our affiliate websites.and in appreciation we have a $100 rebate for you" After being connected they offer you the rebate but at the cost of $4 one time shipping fee. They also attempt to have you

- Spring, TX, USA

Scammer's phone 267-647-5123
Country United States
Victim Location The Woodlands, TX 77382, USA
Type of a scam Credit Cards

They said I made a purchase at Walmart, Best Buy, Home Depot and am eligible for a $100 rebate voucher that will be mailed to me upon payment of shipping/handling/processing fee. I got as much information as I could about who they were, and at the time it seemed believable. They never got back to me, so after 3 days I cancelled my credit card and told the card company about the incident. The credit card company said that no money was taken and they will give me a new card.

- Portland, ME, USA

Country United States
Victim Location Portland, ME 04103, USA
Total money lost $9.90
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Scammer called victim and offered gift cards with values up to $100. First two times, victim allowed the scammers to process $4.95 on his personal credit card. Consumer was informed that it was a scam and called the credit card company to cancel the charges, and to put an alert on the card.

Consumer is now fully aware of the scam and has been advised to ignore the calls.

- Honolulu, HI, USA

Scammer's phone 803-392-1718, 864-721-8006
Country United States
Victim Location Honolulu, HI 96817, USA
Type of a scam Phishing

I'm almost certain this is an ATTEMPTED scam. I did not actually lose any money or provide any confidential info...but I came VERY CLOSE (several times) to providing my credit card info!!

Yesterday, I had 1 missed call originating from South Carolina (#: 803-392-1718; left no voice mail), and another one again this morning (#: 864-721-8006; left no voice mail). I'm in the process of ordering some things online from the mainland, so I called back in case this was related to my order. When I called the number, a recording from "Julie, with Reward Redemption," saying that I'd been selected to recieve a $100 rebate voucher from companies such as Wal-Mart, Home Depot, etc, and said I should press 1 if I was interested in the offer.

I did press 1, and the gal who picked-up asked for my name & zip code. I told her both (quick note: she never asked how to spell my name, which is unusual b/c everyone asks how to spell my name; it's very long); and she said I actually qualify for a $200 offer from Wal-Mart, Target or Best Buy. Basically, she said they'll send me a box of info re: a savings program, & regardless of whether I decide to join or not, all of the gifts inside are mine to keep...they just need a credit card number to cover the $9 shipping.

When I asked a few questions, the gal could offer no website where I could get more information, nor any email address. When I asked how they got my information, she said I must've shopped at one of their retail-partners and they passed my contact info on to this marketing company. She explained that giving away $200 in credit is actually cheaper than buying a billboard or commercial air-time for these companies; it's a new form of marketing. When I told her I want more time to think about it, she said I can't call back b/c there's only 5 of these offers left.

When I told her I ran across something online--just now, while talking to her--about a phishing scam involving $100 gift cards to Wal-Mart or Target, from a research company, she said they're not doing research, and I'm actually getting $200, so she doesn't know what that other thing was about but this is not that. (See />
At least 2 or 3 times, the gal strongly emphasized that all of their callers are trained & licensed; that I'm protected by the Consumer Protection Act; and if they were fraudulent, the goverment would shut them down in an instant and the company wouldn't risk that.

Then I ran across a page on Wal-Mart's corporate website--still searching while I'm talking to her--and I decided this wasn't worth the risk; I told the gal I'll just leave this promo to 5 other people who'll get it, and that's ok. (See She started talking again, mentioned again that it's a new form of marketing. I said it's not a form of marketing that I'm comfortable with; she continued asking more questions, but I hung up.

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