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Froglegs
Froglegs Mar 22, 2015 07:51 PM
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NOT WELLS FARGO Received 80 calls in 25 days, reported them to the FTC, each and every call. (Do Not Call Registry) the frequency slowed down to less than 2 calls per day but still annoying. They use another number as well, it's 877-647-8551. Ignore them, (don't answer or call them back) and make a local police report. Also call the US Attorney General, and make online reports to the FTC DNC.

Caller: A scammer
Former Fed
Former Fed Mar 22, 2015 07:45 PM
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NOT WELLS FARGO. It's a spoofer, a scam. They will clean your bank account if you give them any info. There are two main numbers the scammers use for this spoof scam. (A spoof scam is when they spoof a phone number, trying to make it appear that the call came from a certain number when in fact it did not.) this number, 503-403-2691 is NOT Wells Fargo, and the other number that you will receive calls from if you ignore the 503 number, is 877-647-8551. First course of action is to register your phones, all of them, house and cell phones, on the FTC's Do Not Call Registry. If you feel that the calls are automated, robocalls or recordings then you can start reporting them to the FTC right after you registered. If there is a person on the other end, then you must wait 30 days to start reporting them. This is a grey area, but it's best to find a way to start reporting them right away. Then, report them to the US Atty general as well. If you wish, hire an attorney whom you know to pursue damages against the offender, and you may be able to get a portion of the money they will be sued for. If an "internet attorney" tries to tell you that they will get you $1,000 per call, be skeptical. Ask them where they get the money from. They can't answer you, and run out of answers after your first question. In fact, the phone number being reported here as well as the 877 spam number are not affiliated with Wells Fargo or any business. Yet, there is an attorney who makes claims that these numbers are Wells Fargo, and that they will get you $1,000 for each call Wells Fargo has made to you through these two numbers, or other numbers. Buyer beware. If you feel comfortable giving an attorney you don't know all of your information, and enter into an agreement with them sight unseen, then, by all means try it. You may or may not be successful. But I won't do it. Never ever give anyone who calls you your social security number. Never call a blind number (as you did) and give them any information (which you refused to give them your info... kudos to you for being wise) and suspect every call you receive on your phone as a potential scam. Look online to see if your state is a one party or two party state (referring to whether you are allowed to record phone calls without the knowledge of the other party- a one party state- or if you must inform them they are being recorded- a two party state. Then, especially if you are in a one party state (or, if you are using a cell phone based out of a one party state no matter what your physical location is), record the conversation you have with them without notifying them of the recording, and get all the ammunition you need to pursue charges on many levels. If you are calling from a two party state or from a phone based in a two party state no matter what your location, then you must notify them that they are being recorded. They will be less cooperative, and more unwilling to continue their scam if they know they know they are being recorded. Hint: It helps to have a phone that has an area code for a state that is a one party notification state. The absolute best way to record is to use a second cell phone, using the video to record it, all the while panning to the face of the phone to get video of the number you are calling, or the number of the caller who is calling you, on your video. Video is an easy format to pass to authorities, and also easy to upload to your FB or YT channel while you are seeking legal help. Video also serves many purposes, it can verify date (panning to a news channel on TV for a moment, or videotaping the front page of today's newspaper) and location (panning around to verify your location where the call is being made) and, furthermore, video double verifies the audio. If you zoom to your face, maybe just mouth only but not your entire face, to protect your privacy; panning your face verifies your end of the conversation. Spammers and scammers do not like being recorded. Just keep that little fact to yourself while you do it if you can legally do it. Calling Wells Fargo will not help much unless you speak with their technician department. Calling government agencies or making online reports is the best route. A final avenue is to record the call, wherein you tell the offender to stop calling you, to never call you again. If they call again, you have that recording to make a copy of to give your local police when you make a report to press charges. Try every other avenue first, but use this as an effective last resort.

Caller: Am spammer spoofer claiming he is from Wells Fargo, just to get you to call back so they can sound official and ask you to verify your social security number and account numbers.
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Anonymous Mar 4, 2014 11:50 AM
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has called me 33 times in 5 days. no one ever their when you pick up

Caller: Unknown
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Anonymous Feb 19, 2014 10:22 AM
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they call 5 times a day. claiming I have an over due account. with wells Fargo. I don't bank with them. but they say someone used my number and there is nothing they can do to stop calling

Caller: Spam
Sieber101
Sieber101
Dec 23, 2013 01:47 PM
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picked up and they hung up. spam caller.

Caller: Oregon
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T Nov 16, 2013 12:20 PM
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Got a call from this number also. I missed the call (thankfully) and do not have my vm activated to receive worthless messages. Why do they keep calling? If it is Wells Fargo, I know it is not for me, don't bank with them. Signing up with the DNC (Nat. Do Not Call) does not work. They ignore it and pester you anyway. There is nothing one can do about these troublemakers. No one will do a thing if it don't happen to them personally if they have the ability to do so. So why bother with the DNC?

Caller: Unknown
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rr May 8, 2013 03:23 PM
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this is a scam! dont give them any info. all welsfargo #s will leave a message and there "overdratf" # they call from is 877 i think and if they call you it wont be more then once a day and they will leave a message with there contact info.

Caller: "welsfargo" SCAM!
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Anonymous Sep 19, 2012 09:13 PM
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calls every day at 5 right during dinner.

Caller: BillCollector
Corrine
Corrine Feb 21, 2012 04:24 PM
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This number has been calling me nonstop. I called this number and they answered wells fargo and wanted my account number or social. I told them to take me off their list, i am not a customer of theirs. They continue to call. I called Wells Fargo today and they said that is not one of their numbers it is a scam. Unfortunately there is nothing they can do about it, they are usually calling from an International number.

Anonymous
Anonymous Nov 16, 2011 10:04 AM
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This number calls even late at night when all my kids are sleeping... so annoying! If this is important leave a message! I will file a complaint to BBB soon!

FCC Complaint
FCC Complaint
Aug 25, 2011 12:00 AM
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Wells Fargo

Caller: Unknown Name
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Anonymous Aug 18, 2011 11:48 AM
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Calls 3+ per day. Every day!!! BLOCKED

Caller: AC 503 - Oregon
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Anonymous Aug 17, 2011 02:03 PM
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calls 2-5 times per day

Caller: unknown
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Anonymous May 19, 2011 12:14 PM
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i receive 6 calls everyday from this company and i hve askd to not be called. and still they call all day everyday

kitti
kitti
May 16, 2011 01:42 PM
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Possibly Wells Fargo or a scam call. Calls 6+ times a day including holidays, never leaves a message. Call Control doesn't work with this number in blocking it, even when registering on my phone as a Blocked Call and I've reported this number at least 5 times in the last two weeks!

Caller: Wells Fargo is what is claimed
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Anonymous May 13, 2011 11:37 AM
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very annoying

Caller: Wells Fargo
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Anonymous May 12, 2011 10:54 AM
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calls atleast 3-4 times a day have blocked them

kitti
kitti
May 10, 2011 03:24 PM
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wells Fargo

FCC Complaint
FCC Complaint
May 10, 2011 12:00 AM
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Wells Fargo

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Anonymous May 9, 2011 08:12 AM
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calls every minute and hang up or doesnt say anything when phone is answered

Caller: wells fargo

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