- Report: #799514
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Complaint Review: CreditReport.com
CreditReport.comInternet United States of America
CreditReport.com somehow got my Discover Card number - NEVER visited site Internet
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Called the number, dealt with a male with heavy hispanic accent. He first asked my name. He was unable to find "my account", then asked for my credit card number. I refused to give that, and he launched into a lengthy diatribe about how he was not permitted to have pen, pencil, paper or cell phone at his desk! Even rattled a piece of plastic into the phone, stating that was all he was allowed to have, since nothing could be written on it!
Stated that I'd report this fraud to Discover directly, to which he replied "well, they're going to ask you for your card number, too"! Gee, really? What a TOOL.
Distressing thing is they got (or randomly generated?) my CC number. The unwary might call them, and they now have your name, CC number, phone number (caller ID), and might also request your address for a "refund." A lot of valid info at no risk. I'd bet no refund ever appears.
Discover filed a dispute, and will check monthly for recurrence - credited back the charge.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/18/2011 11:29 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/CreditReportcom/internet/CreditReportcom-somehow-got-my-Discover-Card-number-NEVER-visited-site-Internet-799514. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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