claiming to be from visa and that I had several charges on my visa that I had to solve before 30 min. This was an automated call and they said if I did not wish the charges to be put through I should press 2 and the security dept would speak to me. This is when I terminated the call. Claimed to be Visa, asking for confirmation of supposed recent purchases, I did not make. Caller: (519) 202-0084
Robo call claiming to be Visa regarding 'suspicious' activity (iTunes and Ebay). Listened to it, hung up and called Visa, reported the call, supplied the originating number. Visa confirmed they have had lots of reports of this fraud from this number and are passing this to the police.
Caller: (519) 202-0084
I received a call from (519) 202-0084 at 9am in Canada/West. Since I did not recognize this number I picked only up without saying anything....just dead air, after 10 seconds it made "click". As other posters reported that they were asked to get their credit card, beginning with *45*. There are really still people out there who don't know that bank institutes include the last 4 digits (and ONLY the last 4) of a bank account when mailing something, the CRA includes only the last 3 digits of the social insurance number when mailing things. People should get more educated about stuff like that. And if somebody would tell me they NEED remote access to my computer, I probably would die from laughter. Usually I block all these scammer numbers, but with the newest one from the recent past I might have some fun with them and give them a fake CC# and an AlterEgo name
Another Visa scam call. Claiming two very large amounts charged to my card starting in 45 ;) If people would just report this to Visa it would get investigated and hopefully dirtbags like this will become incarcerated.
Caller: supposed visa
Called saying I had 2 transactions on my card and had to resolve immediately for E-bay and I tunes I told then I will contact my card service and check it out they hung up definite scamer
Un message automatique m'informant qu'il y a 2 transactions récentes une de 300$ sur ebay et une autre 1200.$ et que comme ce ne sont pas des transactions récurrentes faites le 1 pour parler à quelqu'un faites le 2 pour approuver. J'ai simplement raccrocher et je suis ici à écrire. Ils cherchent probablement à obtenir des renseignements personnels. Des fraudeurs certainement. Résultat de recherche donne = S Richardson 166 Queen, Dorchester ON, N0L1G2 - (519) 202-0084 Pas de message ils ont raccrocher..avant que je réponde ?,? This began as an automated call notifying the caller (me) of fraudulent charges on my Visa card; only the automation did not say my name, it only stated the value of the two suspicious transactions and that the card begins with 45. It gave you an option to approve the charges by pressing a button or to dispute the charges by pressing another button. I pressed to speak with an operator, in the back of my mind fully knowing this was a scam. A woman answered and asked what was the nature of my call. I told her that I've been notified of suspicious charges on my credit card. She asked me to get my credit card ready. I then asked which one. She said, "The Visa that begins with 45". I replied, "All Visas begin with 45". She then said, "The TD Visa". I told her, "I don't have a credit card with TD". She immediately hung up at this point. In my opinion, even though I don't have concrete evidence, this is without doubt a scam artist. I advise all to beware of this number. When I searched this number it comes up as : S Richardson 166 Queen, Dorchester ON, N0L1G2 - (519) 202-0084 Received call this morning from this phone number. It was initially an automated message regarding 2 suspicious credit card transactions. A man then demanded remote access to my computer claiming to be from BMO. Demanded a phone number I could call to verify he was from BMO and he hung up. Spoke with BMO and they confirmed that they never seek remote access to computers. Automated call claiming to be VISA saying I had unexpected activity on my credit card beginning with 45. Credit card companies usually quote the last four digits not the first 2. I hung up . Minutes later received a second call from "UNAVAILABLE" trying the same scam. Less professional sounding Caller: Visa scam
Got an automated call, claimed to be visa, asking me to verify a $300 iTunes charge. They said the card starts with a 45 (don’t all visa cards start with a 45?). I hung up.
ne tombez pas dans le panneau c’est un appel bidon. du hameçonnage téléphonique c’est un appel de « visa » auquel il ne faut pas repondre automated call asking to verify suspicious charges on my card from ebay and other places. Hung up. nilestownsandp @ rogers.com
Dawna Lynn Johnston
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