Did you get a call from 909-457-0900 ?Report it and help to identify who and why is calling from this number. Also report unwanted calls to help identify who is using this phone number.
Update Time:2010/8/16 5:28:14 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Just received call about a deactivated card from 909 457 0900.  Obvious attempt to get my information.
Update Time:2010/6/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Same deal.  I got called twice on my cellphone telling me it was about my "credit union bankcard" being deactivated due to a third party intrusion, and that I should push "1" for more information.  I pushed "end call" instead since I don't have a "credit union bankcard".  Did a reverse search on the number and it's some dental office in California who has evidently had their phone system hacked.
Update Time:2010/6/7 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Just received a call from the same number, but, of course did not enter my information. I called the number back and the person who answered identified themselves as being this business Intel Dental. http://inteldental.com/home/She said their phone system had been hacked. Weird.
Update Time:2010/6/7 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    They called me and I missed their call.  When I called back, it was the number of another company and they flat out told me that it was a scammer trying to get peoples' credit card #'s.  The worst part was that they called me 3 times on my cell phone number.  The best part. . . I don't have any credit cards. . .morons! lol
Update Time:2010/6/7 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Chickie D
    I just received a call from my "credit union" stating that they deactivated my ATM card due to activity by a 3rd party.  I immediately became suspect since they did not identify the credit union and also because we have never activated our ATM cards.  They also requested that I press "1" to speak to their Security Officer.  PEOPLE BEWARE!!!!  I never pressed 1, but hung up and went right to my computer to look up the number.  Thanks for the info verifying my original concern!!!!
Update Time:2010/6/7 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Latest Phishing Scam Relies On Telephone CallsScammers 'reaching out and touching' their victimsApril 6, 2010 By now, most Internet-savvy consumers are wise to the spam emails that look like they are from a bank or financial institution, warning that prompt action is needed to avoid losing access to an account. Usually that "prompt action" is supplying your date of birth, social security number, and all manner of personal information that could be used to steal your identity. When we see these emails, most of us simply ignore or delete them. So scammers appear to have reverted to an old fashioned way to phish for information. They pick up the phone and call victims. In Pennsylvania, Attorney General Tom Corbett is warning his state's residents to be on the look out for these kinds of phishing calls. "These bogus 'security alerts' typically warn that credit card or bank accounts may have been compromised and ask consumers to respond by 'confirming' or 'verifying' their account numbers," Corbett said. "The sole purpose of these calls is to convince unwary victims to reveal their account numbers and passwords so that thieves can steal money from their bank accounts or make large purchases with their credit cards." Corbett said identity thieves are always looking for ways to disguise their schemes and reach out to new potential victims. In the latest scam, they use live operators and automated calls disguised as communication from banks, credit card companies or other legitimate businesses. 'Account security'Corbett noted that the Attorney General's Bureau of Consumer Protection has been receiving an increasing number of complaints about unwanted "account security" calls and messages all across the state. He pointed out that legitimate businesses will not call or message consumers asking them to provide their entire account number, password or PIN number -- so any request for that level of detailed personal information should be a clear warning sign of a scam. "While some businesses may contact consumers to alert them about potential problems with their accounts, they will not ask individuals to divulge all of their account information by phone or email," Corbett said. "If you do receive a message asking for detailed account information, contact your bank or credit card directly -- using the customer service hotline printed on your card or monthly statement -- to report the scam attempt and also to verify that your account is secure." Corbett said that any consumer who suspects they have accidentally divulged personal information in response to a scam should immediately contact their bank or credit card company to stop any unauthorized withdrawals or charges to their accounts. Read more: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2010/04 ... l#ixzz0kR5Yl6Yq
Update Time:2010/6/7 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Also recieved a call from 231-921-2345 wanting the same info.
Update Time:2010/6/7 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Automated phone call stating that my card had been de-activated due to a use by a third party.. For my protection I need to provide them with some information. First thing they wanted was my 16 diget card #. How stupid can they be? They didn't even say which card # they wanted. This is so easy to recognize as FRAUD. No bank or credit card company will call and ask for that info. If there is a problem with your card they will discuse with you. NEVER EVER give out any personal information to anyone over the phone. I have idenity theift protection, only cost a small amount each month and they take good care of me. I really feel for the un-educated people that will give this information. People will rob you blind. The phone # that showed up on caller ID is 905-457-0900. PEOPLE BEWARE!
Update Time:2010/5/30 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    scam bank fraud
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