877-702-7408 is a number i use every day. It's if I get a customer on the phone that doesn't speak english, i use that number to call and get a translator.
First National Bank of Omaha credit card fraud prevention department. Just making sure a few purchases were legit. Very friendly
Legit. Call them.
not true .. they never asked for my credit card number, and I wouldn't have given it to them if they asked. I am not a shill, in fact I'm about to be out of work so I'd be worried if someone were fraudulently using my card. Please don't discourage folks from calling if it's possible that their card could have been used fraudulently.
Despite Fraud Squad's concerns, this is legitimate. I didn't give out any information other than what I would have given to someone who already had it, and it turns out that what they were concerned about is legit. Somehow my credit card is linked to my daughter's Google Play account on our new phones, and so she bought some things yesterday (and told me about them last evening) ... and she knew what credit card it was. I am glad that there is some fraud surveillance out there.
Just call the number on the back of your card, tell them what happened and that you want a status on your card/account. They'll direct your call to their fraud prevention department, who will have the answer. We got a call from this number, Activity Alert, turns out it's legit. DON'T EVER TRUST A PERSON THAT CALLS YOU AND ASKS FOR YOUR CARD NUMBER OR YOUR PIN OR YOUR SECURITY CODE OR YOUR SSN. Call the institution/bank and get directions through their network first. They won't send their loyal customer to a fradulent company/department.
Also, don't necessarily trust people's opinions on sites like these either. Remember, it's YOUR credit, YOUR money, not theirs, and it is SO easy for a scammer to put up a site like this and put a bunch of positive feedback to get your trust (money). CALL THE COMPANY DIRECT FIRST!!
It's fake folks - this is a phishing fraud looking for your credit card number. Don't be fooled by the fake shill postings trying to make you believe this is a real number.
They are not Fraud. They are the bank that issues the NRA-Visa card.
this is legitimate. I had a change of address so a credit card I applied to was sent back to them which activated an alert in their activity alert department. I got it straightened out.
A man called Steve said he was from 1st National bank of Omaha. I had fraudulant activity on my debit card. I called a bank number and found this not to be true.
This was the First National Bank credit card fraud alert center calling to let me know that my credit card number may have been stolen and wanting to verify recent credit card activity.
Too bad the less expensive stuff found on Amazon isn't available offline. An ethernet wire sold offline for 10 bucks or more can be found on Amazon for 2 bucks plus shipping.
Got a call from 1-800-877-7408 said they were 1st National Bank of Ohama. Being a bit suspect, I called the # on my Visa card and was told it's a legit call and that someone had tried to make 2 $400+ purchases with my card.
Both were decined by my bank.
Some dirty rotten Mofo passed my VISA # out
I asked if they could tell who tried using it, but they only had info on the company that declined it, not the MoFo user
I rarely ever use it to buy anything.
New card in the mail. and will never buy ANYTHING from anybody over the internet ever again, (cept maybe for Amazon)
It is legit. What got my attention is that the call came in as unknown and they left a message with a call-back number. I called the number on the back of my card, and it was indeed the Fraud Prevention branch of First National Bank of Omaha in regards to my Credit Card.
I was left a message with this number. As I called it I also looked it up online and found this thread. I hung up and called the number on the back of my First National Bank of Omaha credit card. After I punched in it sent me to a hold line for the fraud prevention section. I'm thinking it's legit (or they've tapped into the FNBO phone system and had call redirected). I am currently on hold. Will update the status asap. - Update: Apparently some charges were made to my card. They have blocked it and are sending me a new one and having fraud specialists contact me. It was very creepy trying to verify that I was actually talking to a rep though. Who can you trust??
FRAUD - The representative who answered the phone stated he worked for the First National Bank Of Omaha. Confirmed that she does not have any bank cards with them. Pulled up her account at the bank and confirmed her card was not on hold and
there weren?t any suspicious charges on her account.
This call is legitimate. Fraud prevention for the bank. I called the number at first and was not comfortable so I called the number on the back of my card for Lost and Stolen cards. They transferred me back and I spoke with the same card person I had previously spoken with. A hold was placed on my account until I could verify my charges. I was unable to use my bank card until verification of charges was made.
This is legit call. I did not trust it either and called the number on back of my card. Small fraudulent amount charged and was notifying me they are issuing a new card.
Part of a fraud campaign targeting numerous financial institutions. Note the pattern of shill postings all claiming the number is real - an obvious giveaway.
The large number of phony posts claiming the call is real come from some con artists spamming the site to try to fool people. There is a similar pattern to other fake calls claiming to be from Chase, Citibank, Bank of America, US Bank, Wells Fargo, RBC, PayPal, etc. all with the same shill postings:
This is legitimate . . . after getting a call yesterday, stating that I had 3 fraud charges (Asian airline tickets and such) they verified the info that others here have noted then stated I would be getting a new card. That night I laid in bed worried that I had got scammed and gave out my mother's maiden name and such to someone other than my CC company. This morning I called First National Bank and they confirmed that my account had been locked and that I was being issued a new card, and that is was indeed their fraud department that had called me. You're a-okay if this number calls you, call them back ASAP!!!
this is legit. they called to inquire about some funky transactions that occured on my card last weekend....which involved some reversed charges , and then charging again. so, glad they called. they never have before. it was transactions that i indeed had made,...no fraud. = )
They left message to call back. I did and they asked, "Name?" I said, this is a business, not a person. Then they said, "Credit Card number?" I said, I'm just calling back because I had a message to call. They said, "This is the Fraud Prevention Unit of the First National Bank of Omaha." I said, I have no dealing whatsoever with the First National Bank of Omaha. Never heard of them. They said, well, call us back if you need further assistance.
This is a fraud prevention dept of a credit card company probably calling to confirm suspicious charges on your credit card.
Some guy in area code 520.
I was called and asked to call back at this number by a recorded message. When I called, it was identified as "The Activity Alert Fraud Prevention Hotline." Other websites for phone number identification state this is First National Bank of Omaha, at their First National Credit Card Center. They just wanted to verify that I activated a card in November.
This number is from Activity Alert Fraud Prevention Hotline. They were wanting to confirm that we had been the ones putting a charge on the credit card.
It is First National Bank of Omaha calling to verify that an online charge was ok
Legitamite call. Fraud prevention for the Visa credit card. Someone in another state was attempting to use my card and they were calling me to verify if it was me. Cancelled card and will reissue me another.
They did leave me a message. I called them back. I would have been more suspicious if they hadn't left a message.
It was legit. They called me because my card had two fraudulent, out of state charges. They were prompt in cancelling the card and said they would mail us cards for a new account. If they call you from this number, I would urge you to call them back quickly, whether you go through the number on the back of the card or just call them directly.
It is for First National Bank of Omaha. You may have gotten a card through your bank, but they kind of outsource it to First National Bank of Omaha. I used to work for a bank and they used FNB of Omaha for their credit card services, thats how I got the card in the first place.
Constant, constant calling. I have no cards from First National Bank of Omaha nor Bank of America. I check my charge card statements constantly so I doubt if anyone has any of my numbers. They have called at the most 20 times a day and they start on Sat. at 9:00 a.m. The last call is around 9:00 p.m. at night. They won't leave a message. If it is so important leave a message and explain.