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Tabitha – Jun 12, 2020

Victim Location 40502

Type of a scam Credit Cards

This number called me saying they were with Chase Bank, since I do not have a credit card or bank account with chase I stayed on the line to let them know not to contact me again. When a person came on the phone I told them I didn’t have an account with Chase or a credit card and did not want them to ever call my phone again. The “lady” was foreign and said to me “[censored] you” and hung up. I thought I would report it to the bbb so you can inform Chase Bank they are using their name and speaking to people that way. Thank you for your time.

Krystal – May 21, 2020

Victim Location 63368

Type of a scam Identity Theft

I was called on my cell phone last week. The caller said they were with Chase Bank fraud department and wanted to review a few potential fraudulent charges. They did NOT ask me any personal information. I asked them what card they were calling about and was told my Chase Sapphire Reserve. Seemed legit. They said they had to verify they were talking to me and they would send me a 5 digit code by text. They then asked me to read it back to them. Once they had that they asked me a about a charge from Macy’s for over $1000 and another for Sax Fifth Avenue for over $1200. I told them they were not my charges. They told me not to worry that both charges were declined at point of service. They said they would be freezing my card and I should expect a new card in a few days.

The next morning I got a call from Chase "Fraud department" again. They said they wanted to verify a couple of charges from the same morning. I explained that someone had called me the night before and had already shut my card off. They then told me that was the Scammer. Here is how it worked: They called me because they had probably gotten my information (card/cell phone, etc.) from the dark web. They were attempting to add my Chase card to their Apple Wallet on their phone. When they were prompted for the code sent by text, they then had to call ME to get it. The next morning they had apparently downloaded it onto 2 phones. One Scammer went to Costco in St. Peters and the other to Costco in South St. Louis. Within 2 minutes of each other they had each charged over $2000 (over $4,000 total). This is when the actual Chase Fraud Department picked up on it and called me. I have spoken to many people about this. Everyone says they would have probably fallen for it as well. In fact, when the real Chase called me they too asked me to verify myself by a code sent to my phone. I immediately told them I would hang up and call the 800# on the back of my card. A police report has been filed with the City of St. Peters. Chase was able to provide the cell phone number used and time of each transaction. This happened only 15 minutes from my home. I hope they will follow through and find this person via Costco security footage.

Jill – Feb 06, 2020

Victim Location 61880

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received a text message stating : (309-603-2001)Chasebank notice TL74. Your debit card is temporary locked. Contact the number above for support.

Anne –

Victim Location 95492

Type of a scam Phishing

The caller asks if you can hear them, and when you reply "yes" they take your voice and charge a payment that you cannot dispute because they have recorded your "vocal agreement to the payment" even if you were not aware of it.

Jodi –

Victim Location 46221

Type of a scam Identity Theft

On November 12 around 6 PM I was sent a text that said :FRM: Chase.Bank SUBJ:ID; tbmo Verify Identity! MSG: 602 Acc FROZEN! >> http://5j87love and log in!

I know this to be a scam.

Christina –

Victim Location 71118

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I have been receiving text messages from the number listed above and this number (141)-010-0006 as well. Both saying the same thing, however I call the bank and they have no clue as to what or who I am. So please check into this.

Philip –

Victim Location 40511

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I was called and was told someone had tried to get into my account and it was a bank rep. They asked for my 16 digit credit card no I then asked what bank were they calling about it was the wrong bank lol they said if I needed to speak to someone press 0 I did and I was transferred to a real bank rep that was so unreal

Randy –

Victim Location 20017

Type of a scam Phishing

My Mom has been deceased for over 10yrs and she received a card from Chase Card Services stating her card member Agreement was assigned to JP Morgan Chase bank as successor by merger to Chase Bank on 5/18/2019. I called and spoke to a Jason and a supervisor who asked for my mothers SSN which I refused. They would not give me any reason why they sent her a notice unless I gave them her SSN.

David –

Victim Location 98011

Type of a scam Phishing

I got a text message wanted me to click on a link and told me that my bank account was temporarily closed. I did not click on the link instead I called the bank to verify that the text message was a scam. I am sure if I clicked on the link it would’ve wanted me to provide my account numbers which I I know better not to ever do.

Erika –

Victim Location 44511

Type of a scam Credit Cards

A. Cooper called my 87 yr old mother regarding her Chase credit card offering no interest on a new one. He asked for her birthdate, SS number and number of her credit card. Although she reads all about this or hears about this in the news she gave him her information because 1. the phone number said Chase Card Services 2. he told her the balance on her account. She asked to speak with his manager regarding this offer and he told her he was busy but would call her back. I came home from work and she told me the story not realizing that Chase would have had all this information. I called the phone number back and it does indeed go to Chase Bank. The gentleman I talked to there said yes it is their number but they cannot call out on it only people can only call in. This has been happening since December to them.

Devon –

Victim Location 44511

Type of a scam Credit Cards

A. Cooper called my 87 yr old mother regarding her Chase credit card offering no interest on a new one. He asked for her birthdate, SS number and number of her credit card. Although she reads all about this or hears about this in the news she gave him her information because 1. the phone number said Chase Card Services 2. he told her the balance on her account. She asked to speak with his manager regarding this offer and he told her he was busy but would call her back. I came home from work and she told me the story not realizing that Chase would have had all this information. I called the phone number back and it does indeed go to Chase Bank. The gentleman I talked to there said yes it is their number but they cannot call out on it only people can only call in. This has been happening since December to them.

Arthur –

Victim Location 33071

Type of a scam Identity Theft

I woke up on March 9th, 2019 to find a text claiming to be from Chase and telling me that my debit card was suspended for suspicious activity. The text included a number with a live link to call Chase Fraud Department. When I called the number given, I was greeted by a standard Chase welcome message from an automated system. I was then prompted to enter my debit card information, zip code and social security number. The message then informed me that my information had been verified and my card was active. I decided to call Chase customer service to follow up because I wanted to know what exactly had triggered the fraud alert. Customer service did not see anything wrong with the text message. I wasn’t until I asked to be transferred to the fraud department that I was told that the number I called was not from Chase.

Leslie –

Victim Location 44313

Type of a scam Phishing

I received a phone call from Chase Bank. I should have known better, I had a friend that worked at Chase and she said to never fall for phone call scams, they don’t call. I spoke to someone he said he could lower my interest rate. He had my credit card information, but he was asking me questions about my accounts. I gave him the information. I should have known better though. He then asked me for my social security number and I refused to give it. I asked him his name and he said Danny Green. He sounded foreign. When I asked him why his name was Danny, that didn’t sound very foreign, he hung up on me. I called my bank and they told me it was a scammer. They cancelled my two credit cards and have helped me fix the issue. I called ScamPulse.com to see if there was anything else I should do. The scammer called me from 330-603-1621 and they keep calling. I keep hanging up on them.

Kate –

Victim Location 79042

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a phone call from a gentleman that said he had received a phone call from my number asking for his debit card information. He thought it was a scam and called it back which was my cell phone number. then I received a text that said they were from Chase and needed my debit card information to report a scam on my debit credit cards.

I do not have a debit card with this company. Was told to call 201-565-1501. it came from [email protected]

Marvin –

Victim Location 43147

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I got a call today from a woman offering to lower my credit card interest rate. She said she was from the billing dept at Chase Bank. She had my name, address and phone number. She said because I had such a good credit history I was eligible for a lower interest rate. She had the first number of my credit card. I hung up on her.

Eddie –

Victim Location 70517

Type of a scam Phishing

Authentic looking email was received indicating there was suspicious activity on my account and that my account had been locked. The email requests that I click on a link provided to confirm my information.

Robert –

Victim Location 48390

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Received text that a Chase Visa-Debit was locked and needed to call 202-888-9859. I knew it was a scam as I don’t have any accounts with Chase. I called out of curiosity to see what they would say and I only received a recording that was asking me to verify my account with my Verizon PIN number. I hung up.

Molly –

Victim Location 70047

Type of a scam Credit Cards

RECEIVED A PHONE CALL AT 4:15 am ON JUNE 2, 2018. THE CALL CAME FROM 1 800 945 2000…..VERY ALARMED TO GET A CALL AT TIME OF MORNING…….CALL STATING IT WAS FROM CHASE BANK ASKING FOR ACCOUNT INFORMATION……I JUST HUNG UP THE PHONE

Kyle –

Victim Location 32708

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a text message that my Credit card was locked and I needed to visit their website. This is a face page looking like Chase Bank.

They have a place to put your user id and password in so they can have access to your real account.

I do not even have a Chase account and this is not a reputable Chase website.

Chelsea –

Victim Location 48226

Type of a scam Phishing

I received a text from this telephone number "This is Chase Bank your Visa=Debit has been locked. Please call 202 516-9483.

I called Chase Bank at the phone number listed on the internet. The representative confirmed the above telephone number is NOT Chase bank but a fraudster. Do not call the (202) number do NOT punch in your account number, delete text.

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