Walmart Chase Master Card Imposter Review

They used a different number to call my mom in Kansas saying that I have her as an emergcy contact. They told her that I was getting served and they would not tell her what it was about but they gave her a number and a case number to give to me. I called to find out what it was about and they said it was for a Walmart Chase Master Card that I own like money on. The only thing they wanted to know was the last 4 of my SS number, not thinking I gave it to them. But they did not want my address or anything like that. I called back again to find out info on the company that will be serving me and they said my mom gave them all the info they needed.

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