Most people who pay the fee don’t get a lower rate — in fact, they get into worse debt, and may find unauthorized charges on their cards.
In many cases, these companies charge you for things you could do on your own for free.
Countless consumers have been affected by this scam. I would like Rachel at Card Services to never call me again. It’s releasing these checks as a part of its November 2013 settlement with several entities who have engaged in this illegal behavior.
I pay no interest, she cannot lower my interest, please make her stop. We appreciate that the FTC is making some companies pay for harassing consumers, and that some consumers will enjoy a little compensation. We want the phone companies to take immediate steps to stop these scammy robocalls now.
I worked for a large phone company/service provider and there is nothing that happens on their network without them allowing it.
Since they continue to call me no matter what I do, I mess with them.
If you need help settling credit card debt, check our article to learn about your options. And if you need additional help, consider contacting a legitimate credit counseling service. I have tried asking the person that calls me from this company to stop calling.
Give them phony card numbers, addresses at the great lake of Arizona, tell em their father's identity is unknown.
They will get pissed off and hang up on you, sure someone else will call you but screw with them too!! They usually pop up with different numbers from different locations.
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“Hi, this is Rachel from Card Services calling about your credit card account.