Clear Credit Review

They are obviously not a real company, because googling the company name they give doesn’t bring up anything, except these types of complaints other people made about them. They keep changing their phone number every time they call. Here are the numbers they’ve used so far: 844-318-2292, 866-992-6847, 877-673-4510. My number is on DoNotCall List, and I reported their calls as soon as they occured. There are no real people there, only a computer generated message that says something like “there is legal action against you”, but they don’t say whom they are calling, or give any info at all about anything. Then it said “please press any number to be connected to a representative”. After pressing a number there was some music for a little bit and then beeping sounds as the call was disconnected on their end. Calling back didn’t result in anything – the music was just playing and playing. I worry about if this is some new way to hack into people’s mobile phones, when they said press any number – what if they somehow can get into my phone that way! This is real scary. Why doesn’t the FBI do anything!!! I called my mobile phone carrier and described to them this caller and asked them to investigate. I feel really helpless and angry that people seem to have no recourse at all against scammers and hackers.

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Name: Clear Credit

Country: United States

State: South Carolina

City: Sumter

Address: 210 Broad St

Phone: 1-803-883-5040

Website: www.yourclearcredit.com/

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Yes it is. Based on the user review published on Beware.org, it is strongly advised to avoid Clear Credit Review in any dealing and transaction.
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Clear Credit Review is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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