So what is the bit about how you qualify because your credit card company received stimulus money? I don't know of any cc companies who received stimulus money. Bank bailout money, maybe, but not stimulus money.
American Family Counseling Centers doesn't have anything to do with Wisdom Financial. They are actually associated with a company called National Consumer Counseling Agency.
I got these calls, too, and did some research because I was going to pursue these calls legally. What I found out is that they try to make it look like they're associated with several other companies and it looks like they do that to intentionally complicate things.
I too got a call today from a (714) number, but called the 800 number that the original poster posted above 1-800-619-1083 and spoke with someone named Kerry who apologized, and didn't know how I got the 800 number, which I thankfully had from above. The number I called was Wisdom Financial, but is affiliated with American Family Counseling Centers (which was the message that I rec'd at the very beginning.) These calls have to be stopped and reported.
I just called that 800 number listed above and they said they would take me off... we'll see
I am on a do not call list. How do I stop these people?
Got a voice message from this number that said: This is an important message about your credit card account. Because of the amount of your current balances and because your interest rates are higher than 12%. You may qualify for the interest rate reduction program. This special program is exclusively for customers of credit card companies that may have received Federal, stenya with money and it allows you to consolidate all of your high interest credit cards into one account with much lower interest rates. American family counseling centers a non profit company can help determine your eligibility, call (800) 619-1083 to share simple non specific information and see if you qualify for this program, That's (800) 619-1083. "