Got a phone all about a zero percent card to transfer all of my balances to. After taking all of my information, including personal information. he then informed me there would be a one time charge of $840. for getting me the card. I said no, don’t want it. He hung up. I called the number he gave me, he answered and hung up again. When I called back. **** **** answered and told me their phone number was pirated and they had several calls. Then they called back again and came up ******** my credit card company which is through ******* **e. I told him I knew he wasn’t calling from ********. He hung up again. I called my bank and reported it within minutes. They cancelled my card but still allowed it to go through!! To add insult to injury, they allowed them to do a cash advance for a gambling debt!!! They told me to sue them. When I told ******* *** I should sue them too they sent it to another department and will be sending me papers to fill out and mail back. The scammer uses the name Roger Smith. He could use any phone number because he pirates them. There are other people involved because I could here other "representatives" talking to others.

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