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Report: #1494988

Complaint Review: phone# 888 808 6528 - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Charles — Toms River United States
  • phone# 888 808 6528 Nationwide, United States

phone# 888 808 6528 I was calling Comcast about changing a credit card to my account, When I was connected, an operator chimed in with this fantastic order as listed below, ( same as what had been posted by an other victim's phone call to: I believe i was scammed into a bogus site, I gave my credit card info to this company on 5/7/2020, I will call my credit card co. to nullify my agreement with this Bogus company Nationwide

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I was calling Comcastto change future payments from one credit card to another, I somehow got connected a phone call to this:  "Discount and Savings Advantage". Offering a $100 spending voucher to Walmart, Target and other stores for a one time fee of $1.95. I whould receive the voucher in one to two business days. It can be cancelled within 15 days or will be charged $39.95 per month. Also Value Subscription Magazine for $29.95 per month after 15 days. Customer service numbers 1-888-808-6528 and 1-877-230-4476. AND 1 800 555 1212

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