I received a text message on my phone from "email@example.com" stating "Ecount-Citi-Prepaid has deactivated your DebitCard. To reactivate call 8888737417.
Got the same message a few days ago. Now getting a slightly modified version asking me to call a different number. The latest message takes it one step further in trying to give me some valid CC# data 4801-56XX-XXXX-XXXX. All of the calls seem to originate from messaging.sprintpcs.com callers. Does Sprint have an issue here?
sgr - kansas
Got the same text message a few days ago, now today I'm receiving a similar message from a different sender with another phone number to call 888-889-7735. Definitely appears that they are "fishing" for info as they give my credit card info as 4801-56XX-XXXX-XXXX. Typically the LAST four digits are the customer specific ones, not the FIRST six!
The latest call is from is firstname.lastname@example.org. Makes me think that perhaps something at Sprint is possibly unsecure? The previous message was also from a messaging.sprintpcs.com accout.
I just got two texts saying the same thing, and I don't even have a Ecount-Citi Prepaid card. It's a SCAM!! Don't respond! I tried calling 2 different numbers that were in the text message, and it's automated only. You can't even talk to a real person. Here's the 2 numbers that I got. 1-888-873-7417 and 1-866-420-6819
My wife got the same text message. It is bogus.
My wife just had the same thing happen to her. Its really a scam
8888737417 got same text. it is a scam. don't provide your information.
Ecount-Citi-Prepaid has deactivated your DebitCard. To reactivate call 8888737417. Bogus call like the same number being found on list 888-873-7069