(863) 259-8350 is a Debt Reduction Scam
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- Transcript This is Lisa calling in regards to your credit card account I'm not calling about any problems with your account the reason for the call is to let you know that you're now eligible for interest rates as low as 6 percent if you'd like to be transferred to a representative regarding your account press 9 now again press 9 now to speak with a representative.
- Last Blocked
- Date Blacklisted June 19, 2017
- Call Activity Last detected 4 months ago
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