847-488-3313
IL, US
juskishi
juskishi
2011-07-28 18:56:24
Unknown
if you have a junk debt buyer calling and harassing you, simply contact a law firm that handles FDCPA claims and they can get the calls to stop, their fees paid, and even get you the consumer some money for violating federal collection laws.
Ann
Ann
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
I kept getting calls asking for some lady who has the last name of me but no clue who this lady was.  After many calls and several months, I said "she died."  They apologized for bothering me and never called back.
srdaisy
srdaisy
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
Thank you so much for the information.  I have been receiving calls 3 times a day from this number - and have called them back numerous times to have them take me off their list.  I haven't given them personal information, though (whew).  I called the "real" Chase, as well.  And same as the original number states "we will look into it".  I do NOT have an account with Chase, and each person I spoke to verified this - (through my phone number...and calling the verified Chase, I gave them my social).  Anyway, I've been researching how to take it a step further, and your reply has been the best suggestion yet!
Thanks again.
k
k
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
I just got a call from this number and it was a guy asking about a chase credit card. We don't use credit cards so he said "let me see what's going on, give mw your whole social" I said no and hung up. But I am listed on the national do not call list so I will report them.
Ronald
Ronald
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
We just got a call asking for a Mosses, there is no Mosses here in this house.
Nita Mott
Nita Mott
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
I wrote the number down and called it from an unused office phone at work and I get an automated operator from Chase Bank.
JR
JR
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
This number was calling me incessantly last June July August, at that time I banked with Chase. I was told they were calling from Chase Bank, they did not ask the proper identifying questions. Yet still my identity was stolen, and they took overa thousand dollars from our account! When I filed police reports and went to my personal banker at Chase to report and fix this, they said they would file all the papers to take are of this theft. I signed all the proper papers and followed all of Chases proper procedures. Still the money was gone, and Chase 2 months later still had done NOTHING! Long story short, theynever did a thing for us , we were out money! Needless to say we left Chase Bank, I hate to say it but I think they are allowing this and are in on it. Dont bank with Chase! Something is not right and illeagal and shady about how they are doing business!!!! Now the calls after several months have started calling again! And if you have a smart phone, dont let them leave a message or answer, just imediatly disconnect the call and call some one else, and turn off your call waiting. They some how get into your phones voice mail and high jack your messages!
Will J
Will J
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
As others have said, this isn't really Chase Bank.  That's just the lie the scammers use to try to steal some little piece of info from you.  So this time you tell them your name or address or something, next time they can call and say is this so and so?  And you're like Yes it is.

They know that, because you told them a month ago, so now they can ask for your address or your birthday or something else. Then hang up, call back in another month and get something else.  All because you keep thinking they might be legitimate.

They... Are... Not... Chase... Bank.  Zero. Nada. Nunca. No such.
If Chase really called you, they would KNOW all your details already. They wouldn't have to ask you a thing.  And they don't use operators who can't speak English.
Ray
Ray
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
These f***ers keep harassing my phone!!! I keep thinking it's some Vietnamese f***s that keep calling me, thinking that if I connect the call they'd charge me a connection fee or something. Check out the call records: 3:58pm March 8, 9:56am March 8, 8:18am March 8, 6:55pm March 7, 3:47pm March 7, 9:49am March 7, 8:11am March 7, 6:46 pm March 6, 8:13am March 6, 7:44pm March 5, 9:50am March 5, 8:13am March 5, 6:64pm March 4, 9:47am March 4, 8:33am March 4, 8:02pm March 3, 6:59pm March 3, 9:47am March 3, 7:55pm March 2, 9:38am March 2, 8:20am March 2, 9:38am March 1, 8:21am March 1, 8:07pm Feb 28, 6:55pm Feb 28, 8:22am Feb 28, 7:40pm Feb 27, 8:49am Feb 27, 8:35am Feb 26 and many more!!!!! OMG!!! These fuck-tards just won't f***ing quit calling!!! When I call back I hear some Vietnamese speakers on the line. What the f*** man!?!? This s**t isn't funny!! I'm so f***ing annoyed! IF it's true that companies here give out MY cell phone numbers to some schmucks across sea then F*** THEM ALL!!! My phone WAS a private line ...damn these f***s with no life! Calling me even on the weekends too!?! damn these f***s!
877-822-3520
877-822-3520
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
Chase Card Services!  FRAUD!!!!  Possible Identity theft group!  They ask for someone I don't even know!  I don't have a Chase Card and I never have.  Don't share your information with these scammers!
kirk
kirk
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
"this is an important call' 8:29AM CST  then disconnect unknown name this time but received previous call which said chase usa. The posts on this site are old so assume whoever it is are back at it again. Have a chase card with a 0 balance that we have been receiving cash advance offers in the mail and through email but we have no interest in them.  Took years to pay them off.  We had our stupid time now they need to find someone else.  We don't even answer except for friends or family.  Friends and Family have learned if they are blocking their information they won't get an answer from us.
Patrick
Patrick
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
Never reward these goons by answering the call even if you want to try and deal with them over your debt. Always call the creditor directly when resolving these issues. Don't let these harassers get the points for getting the debt paid off. I also enjoy answering the call and just playing with their tiny minds and when I say it's easy playing with these fools that's an understatement. Waste their time and make them lose money.
kirk
kirk
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
Been receiving calls several times a day for the last month or so.  From Chase.  Have a paid in full credit card which I monitor closely so no unauthorized charges.  They even left a message for some unknown person but didn't leave a callback # which was bad customer service.  Wife said just a wrong number.  Checked an email address that I infrequently use because it is full of spam.  Had a notice from Chase that some old account information got compromised.  Just wanted to share this.  We had some closed credit card accounts with Chase.  Also Chase ran the "Bill Me Later" program when we used it several years ago and that was the email address we used.  I better check that bill me later account.  Just thought about it.
kirk
kirk
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
more details don't want chase customers to panic.  Checked that email message that was as follows postmarked April 6, 2011

Note: This is a service message with information related to your e-mail address.  

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Chase has been informed by Epsilon, a vendor we use to send e-mails, that an unauthorized person outside Epsilon accessed files that included e-mail addresses of some Chase customers and former customers. We sent a team to Epsilon to investigate and we are fully confident that the information accessed included some e-mail addresses, but did not include names, or any account or financial information. Because you are a former Chase customer, your e-mail address was in our database and may have been one of those accessed.

We apologize if this causes you any inconvenience. We want to remind you that Chase will never ask for your personal information or login credentials in an e-mail. As always, be cautious if you receive e-mails asking for your personal information and be on the lookout for unwanted spam. It is not Chase's practice to request personal information by e-mail.

As a reminder, we recommend that you:

Don't give your Chase OnlineSM User ID or password in e-mail.

Don't respond to e-mails that require you to enter personal information directly into the e-mail.

Don't respond to e-mails threatening to close your account if you do not take the immediate action of providing personal information.

Don't reply to e-mails asking you to send personal information.

Don't use your e-mail address as a login ID or password.
If you receive an e-mail from us that looks suspicious, please visit our Security Center at chase.com and click on "Fraud Information" under the "How to Report Fraud". It provides additional information on exercising caution when reading e-mails that appear to be sent by Chase.

If you want to contact Chase, please do not reply to this  message, but instead go to Chase Online. For faster service, please enroll or log in to your account. Replies to this message will not be read or responded to.

Your personal information is protected by advanced technology. For more detailed security information, view our Online Privacy Notice. To request in writing: Chase Privacy Operations, P.O. Box 659752, San Antonio, TX 78265-9752.
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© 2011 JPMorgan Chase & Co.

This concerned email addresses but we started to get these calls before we got this notice frequent enough that it made us concerned.
Abraxas
Abraxas
2011-06-06 21:00:22
Unknown
calls repeatedly between 8am and 9pm (sometimes in 10-minute intervals) but never leaves any messages
Caller ID: 847-488-3313
Me
Me
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
Calls 3-4 times a day while I am in school and then 2-3 times in the evening!
Ric
Ric
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
This is a fraud call. I called Chase directly and gave them the this number and they said it was not a chase number and they have had several complaints about this number and it was a fraudulent call. They randomly call cell numbers and ask for a fake person, I then just hang up after saying the have the wrong number. I called the number back and there is a recording saying thanks for calling back and they were routing me to a person. They then answer and claim they are chase and ask for my credit card number. THEY ARE NOT CHASE! I also called my cell company and they said they have had alot of customers calling and complaining about the calls. You can sign up for a service on your cell to block numbers. It is called smart limits for wireless.
Jlynne
Jlynne
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
Thank you whocallsme.com!
I have labeled this number in my cell "chase scam india" so I know for the future.
They have called me a total, so far, of 8 times today. Saturday 11/6/09. Times: 8:07am (wakey wakey!) 8:45am, 9:40am, 10:39am, lil lunch break... 2:07pm, 2:45pm, 3:57pm, and 4:00pm. It's almost 4:40 now so they should be calling in the next 10 minutes or so... so freaking annoying!!! should i pick up? what should i say?

I have a chase card that i never use and they have stopped sending bills in paper to me awhile ago. I remember picking up a call from chase months ago and I actually gave them my information to pay a bill but I was nervous since I hadn't heard from chase for about a year or so before that. ... The guy sounded like he could be from India..  I hope I didn't make a huge mistake then. I won't pick up the phone this time unless someone knows something really smart to say.

God bless you and I pray that our accounts, finances, and identity stay safe!

Jlynne
Ceecee
Ceecee
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
these people start calling 8:45 am till 8:45 pm.  I told them we are on the no call list, butt hey keep calling every day, all day long.  I explained what was happening, but they still persist/
Carlos
Carlos
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
I had received like 45 calls on 1 week period from this phone number , where no ones talk, It's annoying !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jlynne
Jlynne
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
they're calling again! I think they also call via UNKNOWN NUMBER. so be careful of that too!
i have noticed that between the times i listed above there are missed calls from UNKNOWN NUMBER as well.  this time an unknown number called first, i answered and nobody responded so i hung up.  a minute later the scam # called. I didn't answer.

God bless,
Jlynne
Beth
Beth
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
I keep getting calls for someone that I don't even know. I got so mad after letting the answering machine get the call the other night, only to result in (I'm not kidding) 12 calls in a row. Literally,when the message would finish recording on my machine the phone would ring again. Finally enough was enough. I called the stupid number back that was calling and pleagueing my life(and kept waking my kids up) and talked to an Indian man who assured me he would take me off the calling list. The very next morning I got a call from the same stupid number (claiming to be Chase Bank. The same night I picked up the phone after a fourth attempt to reach someone at my phone number; as soon as I picked up the phone the chick said "Is so and so there (I don't know who she was talking about)?" I said no I called last....  she hung up on me. I AM SICK OF CHASE BANK!!!!!!!!!
The Batman
The Batman
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
It is a call center, alleging to be Chase.  They will call a maximum in my case 20 times per day.  I have dedicated a voicemail box for them and deposit their terminated calls there, turning off my ringer.  I am no longer bothered by them even if they called every minute of the day 7/24.   I estimate their terminated 800 number and 847 area code calls To ME cost them about $20/day in tolls, equipment, & labor.  If we all do this, they will be like wolves howling at the moon.  Do not encourage them by calling back & speaking to them.  Just ignore them.  Once you get a new phone number you can forward their calls back to them so they end up figuratively screwing themselves.  Occassionslly, if you are of that Ilk, & I can understand how you might be, u can call them prefixing your call with the call block code,  which will block your number from them, if you wish to return their favor, so they receive the same nuisance as they transmit, though I suspect the pions working for this enterprise don't care as long as they are paid for sitting & receiving/making calls.  A class action is interesting to ponder, & I will look soon for a Chase or JP officer who might be a suitable defendant.  My phone can also hAve it's caller Id shut off in cAse I accidentally return one of their calls in my "received calls" list.  Usually by their 20th call of the day, around 8:30pm, they capitulate & I receive a voicemail with no Id of who  is calling, only a statement referencing a financial matter with no further specification, asking the person they called to call them.  Fat chance.   I never discuss financial matters over the phone with strangers - not even my First name or state of residence.    My mother told me never to speak to strangers, especially strange strangers.  - The Batman.
The Batman
The Batman
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
I can understand your frustration with this company alleging they are connected with Chase.  Don't get mad - get even.  A favorite strategy of this harrasser is to reach an answering machine/voicemail, and then do a volley of calls within a 60 minute interval to see if they can prompt the person being called to pick up the phone or return the call.  Resist that temptation.  They will not remove you from their call list.  They seem to enjoy the game.  I have them routed to my answering system and decomissioned my ring tone to silent mode.  I don't even know if they call until I check a seperate program that records their calls.  I program my answering system to pick up immediately so they end up with a terminated call to a dead-end answering system, costing them the charges for the call, not including their labor and equipment charges.  They must love me to spend that kind of money connecting to a piece of software. I could handle 500 to 1000 calls per day, and not even blink an eye.  This is psychological warfare - nothing major.  Just let them call until their phone bill and costs balloons.  NEVER CALL THEM BACK TO ACTUALLY SPEAK TO SOMEONE.  I am rather enjoying this as it has taught me a lot about telecommuications I wold not have known otherwise.  For those of you that are annoyed, I will look for the principal with Chase or JP Morgan to find out if they are aware of this and will publish their names, addresses, fax/tel numbers on this site so that you can voice your concerns with them.  Also, you can contact your phone carrier to ask fi they can block these calls or provide a second number for you.  Finally, contacting your congressman to advise him of this situation may be helpful, as well as the police.  I would consider such remedies, but only if my system reaches its limit of 1500 calls per day, which, even for this scamming company does not appear to be within their technical capability.  This would be roughly a call/minute, which they appear quit incapable of inflicting and would cost them dearly were they to use this type of telecommunications barage to harass people.  For most sophisticated systems such as the one I use, anything less than 200 calls/day is a drop in the bucket - I wouldn't even notice it, if I didn't look for it.   For your assistance, I can report that the strategy being used right now is to call with 847-488-3313 with a barage in the last hour of their calling period which is 8 to 9pm, their last call being the one that leaves the message from this number, the message being a recording by either someone with an American accent or Britiish accent, most likely with an Indian intonation - since they heavily rely on a call center in Mombai India.  The 847 number is an exchange in Eglin, IL.  The messages they leave are canned recordings which do not identify the caller, the company calling, or the nature of the call, but ask you to call them back at a toll-free number.  They will not leave a recording until they have become somewhat desperate after making other calls prior to that.  Their calls will alternate from different toll-free numbers throughout the day, as well as alternate with the 847 number.  their technique is relatively unsophisticated, readily transpaent and easy to defeat if you develope the correct perspective and do not perceive it as more than a minor nuisance, even less than having a gnat in your house, as there is no physical contact.  These are genuinely evil people to be sure, and they thrive on getting you angry, but do not allow that to happen.  Peace - Gotham is secure tonight - The Batman.
bzebeat
bzebeat
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
started to call the minute i reactivated it two minutes apart all day long  and started again thi am at 8   wont leave message either
Jessica
Jessica
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
I am called from this number at least 10 times a day.  I answered it once and told them to stop calling me.  No one was there.
Annoyed
Annoyed
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
I just look up these numbers here and other similar websites, and then add them to my contacts list on the cell phone (this one is labeled chase, even though it might be some scammer).  *and then set the ringtone to NO RING*.  Once a day I can empty the call list.
Peter
Peter
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
Calls me all day long and never leaves a message.
WOW
WOW
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
If you PAID YOUR BILL...... MAYBE THEY WOULD STOP CALLING!!!
Not My Problem
Not My Problem
2011-06-06 21:00:21
Unknown
I received a new mobile phone and number for my job and three days later this number kept calling. Had nothing to do with me, but they wouldn't stop. So I installed software called "Antair," they can call all they want now and it blocks calls from numbers I don't want and that's it.
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