Security Card Services

Kristina –

Victim Location 16870

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Offered 0% percent interest credit card, secured open credit card account information including password information and partial social security number. They proceeded to tell me I would be charged $3500 on this new zero interest credit card. I demanded to speak with someone in authority as this was not a legal transaction and was on the phone for over an hour. I contacted my credit card company and canceled my card–Chase Bank. Disconnected the call and called the number back with the recording that the number has been disconnected, not in working order, 814-719-1645. That is a local number and I was originally told the Raymond Kauffman was calling from Atlanta, GA. The second gentleman, identified as Richard Stone would not give me company address and continued to tell me I was responsible for the $3500 charge on the zero percent credit card that will be mailed to me. I refused to accept the charge, the credit card and informed them I authorized no such transaction.

Garrett –

Victim Location 75228

Total money lost $3,000

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Person by the name of called stating that I qualified to lower the interest rate on my credit cards. They seemed to have some of my personal information. He asked me about one of my cards in particular. I became suspicious and started asking questions. The person that I was speaking to then started to become very persistent and aggravated that I was not giving him any information about my other credit card accounts. I became very suspicious and ended the call. I called my banks and spoke to them about what had happened. turns out that they were able to access my account and made a payment over the phone to my credit card from my checking account over the phone. He said that his employee number was BX3084.

Carrie –

Victim Location 05452

Type of a scam Credit Cards

Lower interest rate. Claims to be calling on behalf of VISA

Teresa –

Victim Location 02375

Type of a scam Credit Cards

I received a call from a robot caller who prompted me to press 9 for more information regarding changing my credit cards to 0% interest because of my good credit. After the representative picked up I was able to inquire what company she was from to which she answered “Security Card Services”. I told her that it was a bit strange that she was contacting me as I have a 0 balance on my credit card. She promptly hung up.

Kelly –

Victim Location 07079

Total money lost $46

Type of a scam Identity Theft

My daughter needed a copy of her social security card and somehow thought this was a legitimate site. She entered her ss and my ss her phone number email. And paid a fee. After she did this she got an email from them asking her to send to them her original passport or drivers license so she called me and I knew this must be a scam there is no phone number on the website please contact me for help

Begin forwarded message:

From: [email protected]

Subject: Support Services Online – Order confirmation

Date: June 28, 2019 at 9:35:46 AM EDT

To: *** *** ***,

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Thank you for allowing us to assist you with your application process.

We will be sending you status updates by email. Please check your emails regularly as customer service may need to contact you for additional information regarding your application.



Payment accepted

Date of Order 28/06/2019

Client ID *** Service Price

Instant Processing $46.99

TOTAL: $46.99

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