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Does anybody know who is 800-641-4526?

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Sub: #1 go to whocalledus dot com, you will know then.
Fri, 09/07/2007 - 17:22

go to whocalledus dot com, you will know then.

"It only takes a second to do something that you will regret for the rest of your life."

All the Best,


Sub: #2 800-641-4526
Thu, 08/13/2009 - 11:57

800-641-4526 is from GE services collecting for WalMart. Something has obviously gone wrong though, as my WalMart card is paid up to date and the next payment isn't even due till the end of the month.

When they call they have a recording tell you to hold on the line for a person to speak with. I have held to speak with someone to end this and it then hangs up on me. This has happened now 7 times today.

Others online tell me they have the same thing happening, and some don't even have WalMart cards or any account connected to GE in any way. One person I spoke with doesn't even have credit cards period and never has.

This company needs to realize it's automated system is broken.

Chrys Henderson

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Sub: #3 They are apparently *pretending* to be GS Services collecting fo
Fri, 08/14/2009 - 02:22

They are apparently *pretending* to be GS Services collecting for Walmart. It is likely a scam. A Google search with the number you provide shows 800 call complaint page after complaint page with no hints that it is a legitimate number.

If they have any of your personal financial information, put a Fraud Alert on your credit reports. Check them for any suspicious tradelines. If there is activity you do not recognize, then file a police report for Identity Theft. Here is the FTC page for ID Theft.

File complaints with the Bureau of Consumer Affairs and your state Attorney General, too.

Rip-off companies - FTC.
Phone harassment by Debt Collectors - FCC.
Banking issues, like ACH problems - OCC.

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