(856) 212-8470 is a Business Scam
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- Transcript Attention dental practice owner or office manager better Merchant Services calling you with an important announcement you may have heard recently that credit and debit card processing fees for dental practices had their rates cut substantially by the federal government through the Durbin Amendment of the Dodd Frank add we have found that many processors are not passing these cuts through to their merchants and instead keeping the discounts as profits for themselves getting these cuts now could add thousands of dollars per year back to YOUR BOTTOM LINE by lowering your bill every month if you would like to learn more about this rate cut program for dental practices press 1 now to leave your name phone number and best contact time 1 of our agents will get back with you at your convenience if you would like to be removed from our list press 9.
- Last Blocked
- Date Blacklisted June 15, 2017
- Call Activity Last detected 1 year ago
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