Destiny Mastercard Credit Card Scam Asking to Call Genesis Financial Solutions at 18003043096

The Genesis Financial Solutions Destiny Mastercard scam email below asking recipients to call 18003043096, is being sent by scammers. The aim of the scammers is to frighten and trick potential victims into calling them by claiming their Destiny Credit card has been compromised due to a data security breach. I received the Destiny card scam email but have never owned a Destiny Mastercard credit card.

Destiny Mastercard Credit Card Scam Asking to Call Genesis Financial Solutions at 18003043096

The Destiny Mastercard Credit Card Scam

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Subject: Card reissue due to third party data compromise

Genesis Financial Solutions Inc.



If you have additional questions plea ntact us at 1-800-304-3096


Genesis FS Card Services

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  • June 23, 2022 at 4:20 PM by an anonymous user from: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

    I actually have both cards, Milestone and Destiny and have received 9 emails with the info above! I deleted the emails but wondering if I should pay the payment...

  • June 17, 2022 at 9:49 PM by an anonymous user from: DeKalb, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    Have been getting these emails persistently also. I never had this credit card, so even if it’s legitimate I don’t know how I would be on there email list…. So I assumed it was a scam / phishing attempt.

    Tried to find on the actual genesis site an email to forward it to but they must not be a web service bank ….? I’m not gonna waste time calling to get a confused run around by a rep who has no clue who I am or what I’m talking about …. But I would forward the email if I could …. SMH at these Far East countries ( or so as of late it seems to be that type of accent on the “representative “ trying to scam you) I don’t have patience for this, so if there’s a quick way to halt this c**p I’d love to know it.

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Destiny Mastercard Credit Card Scam Asking to Call Genesis Financial Solutions at 18003043096