877-766-8144
Vanessa
Vanessa
2013-11-01 02:52:40
Unknown
Guys don't answer! Because once you do they'll Just keep on calling and calling. ok so my mom doesn't speak English that well and I've been wanting an iPhone5 so they told her about the "special" so how was my mom suppose to know, it was scammers. So they told her to send a money order worth of $220 for the phone and my mom did that same day and like 4 days later we received a phone but it wasn't the one we orders! So we called and they said that'll they'll send it in the following Tuesday but never did! So we waited and so we tried calling again but they never answered and two days later blocked our phone number and we called the "custemer service again and i told them tje whole story and they said they couldnt do anything about it, after we hung up my mom recignized the guys voice and said it was the man who called her first...we got scammed!!!!! i was so mad because my mom has to work hard jusy to get $200!!! so don't let them get to you!
Donna
Donna
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Got calls from the number.
Al
Al
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Received call from this number. No message.
javier
javier
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
i got a call from this number at 6pm los angeles, california time. no message.
Cade
Cade
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Call from this number; Sat. 4pm central time; no message.
ewd
ewd
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
This is a fake "customer service" number, posing as T-Mobile. They say they are doing a customer service survey, and ask for your t-mobile online account password and the last four digits of your social security number to verify your account. They are are trying to get your info, probably for identity theft purposes. Don't give it to them.
rhea
rhea
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
i got called every day since last week....i didn pick it up ,  i m afraid of i ll be charged and i have no idea about what company it is from.
Ryan
Ryan
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Got a call from this number around 10am every day. want to do something about this.
Lara
Lara
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Reporting you, 877 766 8144, to Business Burea for calling an individual registed on a DO NOT CALL LIST.

To whom ever who is calling my #, will not post here, as a warning if you do not know the laws, you will be penalized upto $1,000 for any one call to an individual on a DO NOT CALL LIST!!!
faye
faye
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
ive gotten a call by this number 3 days straight since the 26
and a random call by them the 22. this is ridiculous
Micheal
Micheal
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Please call the local police dept. to investigate this phone 877-766-8144... Look like this scam phone # to steal your identity...
Kare
Kare
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Same here. Looks to be a scam, I wonder if T-Mobile is aware they are targeting their customers?
Daniel
Daniel
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Its good to know I'm not the only one receiving random calls from this number. I am going to call T-mobile customer support about this.
austin
austin
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
just received a call from tis number too. i did not answer because i had a hunch that it was a hoax.
jc
jc
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Got 2 calls from this number, caller claimed to represent The Army calling regarding a request for more information submitted over the internet.
It IS T-Mobile
It IS T-Mobile
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
I just spoke with T-Mobile customer service (by dialing 611 from my phone) and they verified that the "no solicitation" note that I asked the person at 877-766-8144 to put on the account was there. It's legit.

I was also informed by the customer service rep at 611 that T-Mobile has started making more sales calls.
It is a scam!!!
It is a scam!!!
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
I just dialed 611 from my phone and the representative that I spoke with stated that this is not a T-Mobile number!! She referred me to the fraud investigations department and also stated that they have been getting phone calls about this number all day! When I returned the phone call (out of curiosity), they asked for T-Mobile account number, social security number and other personal info. Please do not give any information to these people!
It is a scam!!!
It is a scam!!!
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
This isn't legit!! if you are on of the scammers/phishers or whatever you should be ashamed of yourself!! I have called T-Mobile and they tell me its fraud. You are telling me they are lying?? Don't think so.
Erica
Erica
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
The man asked for me by name and said he was from T-Mobile.  Wanted to thank me, told me I was a valued customer. He asked if I had time to answer a question (possibly questions) I think a survey of some sort. I said no, he said okay and we hung up.

It just seemed fishy. The connection was bad too. Which made it seem more fishy.
p dawg
p dawg
2011-06-06 21:04:48
Unknown
Do not answer! There freaken indian scamers! Put them on your do not call list.


BTW im att!
Guest
Guest
2011-03-27 00:49:20
Unknown
No legitimate employee of T-Mobile would come on this site to verify whether it is in fact their company or not.  That would be the responsibility of the management of T-Mobile and they WOULD NOT have to do so in this forum.  Why they want the last 4 digits of our social security?  Because it is usually protected and they have access to the prior numbers somehow!  They call my home daily and we have never had services with T-mobile.  That is how desperate these scammers are!!  Buyers beware!!
Slick
Slick
2011-01-10 18:48:38
Telemarketer
Richard from T-Mobile called me about 5 minutes ago from this number.  He asked if I was the primary account holder, which I told him yes.  I asked him "What exactly are you trying to accomplish?"  He claimed he was conducting a survey for T-Mobile account holders.  At that time I asked him "Is the end result of this conversation an attempt to get credit card information and/or my social security number?"  There was a long period of silence and he hung up.

Beware of this parasite that call himself Richard.  877-766-8144 has SCAM written all over it.
Joyce from Portland
Joyce from Portland
2011-01-07 22:02:00
Unknown
I have gotten one message a day X 7 days from this number.  Sounds like a very drunk old man who tries to talk and belches a lot.  Can't understand anything he says.
Jackson
Jackson
2011-01-07 19:32:29
Telemarketer
Ok guys and gals,
This should be the end all comment. Here is what I did and so should you.

When they ask for your personal information, like a secret question, last 4 ssn#, address...ect
give them incorrect info and when they skip right over it, like its correct, you know you've got your scammer. If they are legit they will have the correct info and say to you "no that was incorrect". You can ask them if they can call you back at a better time for you. Then call T-Mobile at 611 and ask them to connect you to the the fraud department and have them check on 877-766-8144. They have that number already reported in their system as fraud.

Do the work and don't be lazy.

Don't take the posters on the sites word that are trying to do damage control. This looks like it was done and organized by an inside job or former employee and/or very good hacker. They know some interesting information that would make it sound real, like contracts and prefered customer and that they know you are with T-Mobile to begin with.

If you have given any info, it could be enough to abtain more info. Even if its only the last 4 ssn#.
You shoul dbe worried and you wil need to do something about it. It may be a pain to get everything reissued , but imagine what you will need do do once its too late.

Sorry scammers, you loose on this site. = )
mad max
mad max
2011-01-07 03:41:28
Unknown
got the 877 phishing call today.

called t-mobile on 611 and spoke with customer service. there was no note on my account that anyone from t-mobile had contacted me for any reason.

the rep said that if they had called out of the blue, no one would ask a customer for last 4 SSN info nor account passwords or pin numbers. my call is being escalated to the t-mobile fraud dept.

FYI...

see below for post from t-mobile moderator from forums.t-mobile.com regarding phone number spoofing / phishing scam and follow the advice provided:

http://forums.t-mobile.com/t5/T-Mobile-Genera ... mber/m-p/607037


Re: Phishing scam using Tmobile 1-877 number
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12-14-2010 07:20 AM

Your concern is completely understandable and we would never want your security to be compromised.  There are occasions where T-Mobile may need to call you in regards to a follow up on your account.  In those instances we would need to verify the last 4 numbers of your social security number and/or any password you may have on your account in order to discuss any account related information.

However, if you are not expecting a call from us and are at all suspicions of the activity do not hesitate to ask the representative in question to simply note your account with whatever's necessary and then call into customer care directly.  Anything we need to discuss can always be noted to your account and if there is a specific department you need to speak with our customer care can route you appropriately.  Your information security is of utmost concern and it's always better to be safe than sorry.
-Tim
Moderator, T-Mobile Forums
Cara Lynn
Cara Lynn
2011-01-05 20:59:11
Survey
I just got a call from this number- mind you, while I'm at work. I took the survey and it was quick. They asked "How likely would you be to refer someone to use T-Mobile on a scale from 1-10, 1 being no, and 10 being Yes". I told her "10".

They never asked for my last 4 digits of my SSN, they just asked if they were speaking to "me".

Only thing I'm not happy about is getting this call while I (and a lot of other people) are at work. Maybe they should make it so "611" is calling us- as most of us know that to be the T-Mobile help line.
X-Tmobile rep
X-Tmobile rep
2011-01-05 20:46:43
Unknown
This is true. I  worked for this department, and it was dumb. A lot of people thought we were scammers, but we really did have offers available to T-Mobile customers that were towards the end of their contract. The offers that we have require us to make changes to the account, and we will not open the account without a password or last four digits of the soc. We have to be sure we are speaking with the account holder, if we can't verify that info, we have to end the call and can't present offers. This is not a scam because that is something I don't have time for. I make my money legitamtely.
YOUR RIGHT
YOUR RIGHT
2011-01-01 10:48:49
Unknown
WORDED JUST PERFECTLY IF HE HAD THIS CALL DONE AND IT WAS JUST FINE HE WOULD NOT BE HERE SAYING WHAT HE SAID NOR WOULD THE REST OF THE SO CALLED EMPLOYEES AND LEGIT SURVEY GUYS THIS IS A SCAM IM SURE OF IT SO ARE SEVERAL OTHERS... WELL SAID Frank=scammer guy!!!!
NO
NO
2011-01-01 10:38:56
Unknown
THERE'S A LOT OF ITS A SCAM, AND A LITTLE AT THE END OF I WORK HERE ITS LEGIT THEY GIVE YOU FREE STUFF... SERIOUSLY WHY IN BLAZES DO YOU NEED THE LAST AND MOST IMPORTANT 4 DIGITS OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER WHEN THAT'S ALL ANYONE NEEDS IF THEY ARE BRILLIANT ENOUGH TO GET THE REST OF THE INFO THERE'S TO MANY RED FLAGS TO START BELIEVING ITS A LEGIT PLACE AND WHY WOULD AN EMPLOYEE BE TELLING EVERYONE TO STOP WORRYING? IF IT IS NOT A SCAM THERE WOULD NOT BE A BAZILLION PEOPLE SAYING ITS A SCAM... LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING   !!!!!!EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!   IF SOMEONE FROM A PHONE COMPANY OR A SURVEY COMPANY NO MATTER HOW LEGIT THEY MAY SOUND, ASKS YOU FOR ANY 1-9 DIGITS OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER I AM TELLING YOU FOR SAFETY PURPOSES
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DON'T GIVE THEM ANY PERSONNEL INFO ESPECIALLY ANY DIGITS OF YOUR SSN!!!!!!!!!
IF THEY ARE LEGIT THEY DON NEED SSN DON'T UNDERESTIMATE COMPUTER HACKERS AND GENIUS SCAMMERS THEY ARE OUT THERE THAT'S WHY WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THIS NOW, AND DONT QUICKLY FALL FOR THE OH I WORK HERE THATS JUST A COUNTER FOR THE SCAMMERS ITS LIKE WAR ONLY ON COMPUTERS!!!!!!!!!! TRUST ME BE SAFE!!!!!!! NOT SORRY!!!!!!!
annonomus#2
annonomus#2
2011-01-01 10:06:13
Unknown
I wonder if "annonomus" is actually working for These scam artists after reading all these posts i see that everyone but MR ANNONOMUS is worried about this if this is a paranoid world there living in leave them to be paranoid!!!! "BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY" ...RIGHT? and anyways if someone has the last four of your SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER which is the random number of the SSN thats all a scamer needs for identity theft and they can figure out what the other FIVE numbers are just by knowing your last FOUR DIGITS they dont need credit Card info or checking account info so MR ANNONOMUS IF you are working for these scam artists which by reading these posts i could believe Then i would tell you TURN FROM YOUR WICKED WAYS AND STOP SERVING THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR CAUSE IT WILL ONLY END IN DISASTER and if you are not working for them and your a LEGIT person than whoever you are I apologize for bad mouthing your quote but any one knowledgeable but WICKED person with the last four of your SSN can steal real quickly your Life from you from your IDENTITY TO YOUR MONEY TO YOUR DIGNITY so let the paranoid be paranoid if that's all that they are and by the way whats it to you that they SUPPOSEDLY Receive Great deals and phones and free months of service and lastly why does anyone NEED THE LAST FOUR DIGITS OF YOUR SSN to Verify your account before that they should ask less important info prying questions especially on a phone bill SERIOUSLY is a paranoid world the best defense for destroying peoples lives, again if your a legit person saying legitimately sincere phrases except my apology. HAPPY NEW YEAR
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