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008453512275

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2010-08-06 by CT
Got several messages from this number stating that it is the Santander Fraud Dept.  Didn't trust the number to ring it back so dialled Santander direct.  Turns out it was them ringing as they believed that some unusual activity had taken place on my card.  My advice would be to ring them direct, dont ring them back on the number left within the message.  As someone else has said, its probably an international call centre at Intl rates!!!!
2010-08-05 by popey replies to Karl Inglott9 Jul 2010You don't have to call back, it's fully automated.Reply ! Brian Woods
I was getting abusive phone calls from companies like this but because I live in Scotland, I qualify for a form of IVA called a Trust Deed. I found the creditor calls died down almost immediately and I was able to get a good nights sleep for the first time in ages.I thought or (hoped) they had gone bust by now, sadly not. Money never sleeps!For impartial advice about debts try this website:http://www.trustdeed-scotland.com
2010-07-09 by popey
It's not fake. It goes through a security check and then reads out a number of transactions on the account and asks you to confirm if they're genuine. There's no way anyone other than VISA or my bank can know the three specific amounts and the vendors. People who are saying this is fake are incorrect.I had this come up because I just bought something online from a US store then bought something online from a UK store. This kind of 21st century buying practice seems to throw them off a bit :)This isn't the first time it's come up either.
2010-06-13 by Nicola Graham replies to Keyser Soze3 Jun 2010This is a genuine call from the santander fraud department. They phoned me immediately after placing an order with amazon to confirm it was genuine. I have had a few of these calls in the past and its an autom
yes i had this call on Sunday at 10.53am it was alto by Santander.
2010-05-29 by Phil
I live in the UK and have a Santander debit card, I bought some books totaling to about $120 from the USA on amazon.com yesterday and then got this call today.This is a genuine call from the Santander fraud department and is an automated call, the first question is to confirm your name second is to confirm your birth day and month they give you 4 dates and you have to select the correct one and last is to confirm your birth year, here you get no options you have to enter the correct year.Next they read out your last 5 transactions then you can press to hear them in more detail, if you did authorise these transactions you press 1 to confirm they are ok then you get a message thanking you for your time and they will continue to monitor your account for suspicious activity, or if you did not authorise any of the last 5 transactions you have to press 2.This is very good of them because I would like to know if somebody was using my card and stop them right away.They do not ask for your address, mothers name, account number, card number, expiry date or pin number.
2010-05-06 by Karl Inglott
I think the whole point of this is to get you to call back, because they charge you for the call, thus making a huge amount of cash in the process. I don't have a Santander/Abbey account either.
2010-04-28 by countrywench
Hmmm The plot thickens .. This +8453512275 has rung me 3 times this morning , beginning at 7.30 this morning !  I dont and never will answer numbers i don't know . Well i have read the other posts and i have to add that i DON'T have a Santander/Abbey account . So this sounds very fishy to me ..And i havent had this mobile number for very long so would have no idea where they would have got it from .. Maybe i should call them and catch them out ? LOL ..When other members have returned the call , do they call you by your full name and quote your post code ? If they don't know that then they dont know you do they ...
2010-04-19 by Jan
I've had this call twice today, the first time the number was withheld but 'Santander Fraud Department' left a message.  The second time the number showed but no message left.  This is shortly after I placed an order with Amazon.  This happened to me a couple of weeks ago, again after placing an order with Amazon, but because I would not give me details over the phone the caller said they would put a stop on my card, which they did....really annoying as needed to use my card as was just going out for a meal, but then had to ring them up and spend half an hour trying to speak to someone about it, then asked to call back again as their system down and they couldn't take the stop off my card!! Grrrr!  They always tell you not to give personal info over the phone then ring you up asking for exactly that.
2010-04-19 by Jan
p.s.  and the number they leave for you to ring back is not recognised!!
2010-04-19 by Paul
I got a call from this number and it was genuine. A company was trying to take money out of my bank account without my permission and Santander had blocked them. Ironically, although I hadn't given them permission to take any money out this time, when I confirmed that I'd used this company in the past they said it wasn't fraud, and they would now be able to raid my account. Brilliant!
2010-04-15 by xino
I just had this damn call today and searched online about this "008453512275".I just emailed the phising@santdanter just in case too about this call.But I'm sure it can't be fake.
2010-03-30 by ITIS FRAUD replies to Tony17 Mar 2010IT's FRAUDulent - don't answerReply ! dee patel
this is a fraudulent call!!! we just called Santander directly to enquire and they confirmed there has been no unauthorised activity on the account and advised us never to give out details to anyone that calls you rather than you calling them...
2010-03-30 by Alex
008453512275 rang my mobileA computerised automated voice (like sat-nav ) announced it was Santander Automated Fraud Department.......this was IMMEDIATELY (2 secs) after I placed an order in US dollars using my bank card as I'm in the UK.It read out the last 3 transaction amounts from my bank statement and asked me to confirm if I had made all of these transactions. Yes if I knew it was me, or no if I was unsure about any of them.I said "yes" as I recognised all of the transactions it read out, it said thank you for verifying the transactions and hung up.As a rule if ANYONE rings me I point blank refuse to answer ANY security questions.After all, how do I actually know they are who they say they are?!It's a call centre and for all I know it's a fraudulent one!Really hacks the call centres off when you refuse to give any security details and say "well you rang me, PROVE to me you are who you say you are......Prove to me you are my bank!"As they can't, I refuse to tell them anything and they get frustrated and hang up.Works like a charm every time!
2010-03-05 by Tony
IT IS A FAKE!!!! (phishing scam)Santander will never phone you like this.If you ring back it has a completely foreign voice.Report it immediately to Santander.phishing@santander.co.uk
2010-01-29 by Keyser Soze
If the number is shown as +8453512275, it is actually SANTANDER UK (formerly ABBEY) Fraud Department. If a voicemail is left it will direct you to call 0845 351 2275. When you call it is invariably an international call centre that answers the call. I assume that's why it shows up as an international number.I had one of the calls ten minutes ago and was answered by an automated call system, then eventually spoke to an American operator.If their computers suspect that there has been unusual activity on your account or card(s) it will automatically generate this call.
2010-01-29 by shaun
It is the Santander fraud line - called me because I made a number of small withdrawals from cashpoints in one day - wanted to know if they were genuine - nice of them to bother, really!


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