Have you ever had drop calls from a credit card company?
I'm currently arranging an IVA due to debts that I can no longer afford, but keep getting drop calls from them.
Apparently, so they say, they are allowed to call me twice a day, which quite frankly is irritating, and in my eyes - harrassment.
Have you had such calls?
If you want to have some fun, and get your own back as I am doing, phone in the UK 0870 759 1159 and put the phone down when they answer.
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- littlemissmayLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
wow ive received "dropped calls" from chase several times today and I keep receiving different answers. Keep calling if they annoy you you should have the right to annoy them
when I call they hate it but when they call 12 times a day it is harrassment for sure tell them you will call them
- 1 decade ago
In the United States,I do believe that is harassment. I would have a trace put on my phone and have every call recorded, so that I could say "Hello is anyone there" and have the recording of all the calls show this.
I just saw a scary movie about credit card tactics. It's called "Maxed Out" it's about American credit card companies and the tactics they use. One man sued for late fees when he knew he had sent in payments. Because of him and his website,they lost a huge lawsuit bought on by the government that found employees were INTENTIONALLY shredding customer check payments just to charge a late fee!
So please don't be a victim,many times you are actually right and they have committed a criminal act!
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- 1 decade ago
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- 1 decade ago