They are BOA. I received a new card the day before the call.
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An african girl claiming a grant of $9200. I just asked whats my name? The call was disconnected...
So glad I looked this number up! As I was on the phone with this jerk off, I googled the number he had given me. Low and behold, it came up as a scam! So I told him, "I just googled your number, and this number comes up as a fraudulent practice" the guy didn't know what to say! I told him to lose my number, and if he bothered me again I would report him.
You people are taking these calls WAY too seriously. Listen, what you need to do is beat them at their own game. If they waste 20 minutes per call on 50 calls per day....we win. Here is my strategy. 1. Answer ALL their calls. 2. Tell them that you are a new small business and recently acquired the number. 3. Listen to their entire spiel about the bullsh*t service. 4. This step is important.....ASK LOTS OF QUESTIONS!!!!!!!! Take up as much time as you can. This makes you appear interested and ultimately lets them know you are in control. 5. ALMOST bite the bait. Get to the point of "almost" giving them your CC number. 6. Pause. Say, "Wait, I better ask my wife/husband/business partner before I buy. 7. Ask for a call back number. You won't get one. They will call you back. 8. Repeat the entire process with different name/company. Eventually, they realize that you are a HUGE waste of time and take you off the list. It took three days and I was call free. Good luck, folks.
calls dozens times a day.