(203) 651-6536 is a Debt Reduction Scam
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- Transcript Hello this is Heather at Account Services and we're calling in reference to your current credit card accounts there's no problems currently with your accounts it is urgent however that you contact us concerning your eligibility for lowering your interest rates to as little as 6.9 percent your eligibility expires shortly so please consider this your final notice please press 1 now on your phone to speak with a live operator and lower your interest rates or press 2 to discontinue further notices thank you and have a great day.
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- Call Activity Last detected 1 year ago
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