- Report: #465749
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Complaint Review: Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo, Oregon U.S.A.
Wells Fargo Telemarketing Scam (503) 403-2660 Fake "Wells Fargo" Telemarketing Scam Calls and asks for your credit card number Oregon
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It gets even more sophisticated, you can ignore the message and it will actually transfer you to a so-called representative who will then ask you for your social security number.
I told him write down my cell phone number instead AND DO NOT CALL IT ANYMORE because I am going to the feds with this. He promptly hung up on me.
I've researched the number on the internet and apparently many others are getting these calls. Some have actually entered in their credit card numbers only to have their bank accounts drained. Apparently this has been going on for two years or more and they have not been shut down. The real Wells fargo is aware of it and has told customers it definitely is a scam.
Do not fall for it. Never give anyone your credit card information if they have contacted you first. Point blank.
I called sprint and there is no way to block the number, at least not with sprint service.
Anonymous in california
los angeles, California
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/28/2009 11:40 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Wells-Fargo/Oregon/Wells-Fargo-Telemarketing-Scam-503-403-2660-Fake-Wells-Fargo-Telemarketing-Scam-Calls-465749. 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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