• Report: #517806

Complaint Review: Grant Instructors/Grant Resource Guide.com

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  • Submitted: Sat, October 31, 2009
  • Updated: Sun, November 01, 2009

  • Reported By: Irene S. — Austin Nevada United States of America
Grant Instructors/Grant Resource Guide.com
Internet United States of America

Grant Instructors/Grant Resource Guide.com Charlie Scorlia Thus farthey have not affected me in any amnner, but they keep calling me at night wanting me to confirm the last four digts of my credit card. I have refused to do that. Internet

*Consumer Suggestion: Do Not Call List & Call Credit Card Company

*Consumer Suggestion: Do Not Call List & Call Credit Card Company

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    I was on the internet wednesday of last week when i saw this ad for the grant instructors, and how they could help a person get a grant, well, like a dummy i sent for the information . The very next day I received a phone call from them telling me how happy they were that I was interested in their product, they asked me for a bunch of information, including my debit or credit card number, again like a dummy, i gave it to them, this was supposed to enable me to join the grant instructors and receive a application for membership. and a grant form. Low and behold, I never did get either, just a bunch of phone calls that wanted me to confirm the last four didgets of my card number, which I did not do. I figured once was enough, and if they needed it again, something was very wrong. So the last time they called my husband answered the phone, and told them never to call us again. But what I need to know, is how do I get my name off their list of prospective suckers. Or how do I unjoin from this outfit. I want notheing more to do with them. Anything you can tell me would be a big help.

Thanks and God Bless, Irene S


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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Do Not Call List & Call Credit Card Company

AUTHOR: cerealboxes - (USA)

I would call up this company and ask to be placed on their "Do Not Call List".  More importantly, though, I would alert your credit card company (or bank if you used a debit card), give them the name of this company and put a fraud alert on your account in case this company would try to charge you.  Do this as soon as you can! 

I would also check your monthly statements really thoroughly for a few months to make sure you don't have any charges from strange companies.  I don't know what this company actually does with their credit card #'s, but some companies sell this information to other companies and sign people up for unauthorized things like "rewards" programs--checking your statement for charges from companies you don't recognize would stop this. 

 

 

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Do Not Call List & Call Credit Card Company

AUTHOR: cerealboxes - (USA)

I would call up this company and ask to be placed on their "Do Not Call List".  More importantly, though, I would alert your credit card company (or bank if you used a debit card), give them the name of this company and put a fraud alert on your account in case this company would try to charge you.  Do this as soon as you can! 

I would also check your monthly statements really thoroughly for a few months to make sure you don't have any charges from strange companies.  I don't know what this company actually does with their credit card #'s, but some companies sell this information to other companies and sign people up for unsolicited things like "rewards" programs--checking your statement for charges from companies you don't recognize would stop this. 

 

 

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