Credit National Assist Scam Call- Beware of this Fake Debt Relief!

Have you received phone calls or voicemail from Credit National Assist  claiming to follow you up on your online request for getting some financial help? Beware, It is a scam! A lot of people have reported similar calls from Credit National Assist Program. This detailed article exposes how this scam works, and how to avoid future scam calls.

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What Is Credit National Assist?

It presents itself as a program that helps people clear their debts by offering financial assistance. The program claims to work on limited openings and is on a first come first serve basis. This sounds pretty cool, right? Far from it! Beneath the glitter and glamour is the filth!

According to reports online, this group is not a legitimate credit loan group. There’s absolutely no information online about the company. Even their LinkedIn page has zero information, while their website doesn’t work. Meanwhile, thousands of people have reported them as scam by because of the persistency and seemingly urgency.

The following numbers have been used by this so called agents –





The aliases used are – Heather, Gina, Renee, Kaitlyn, Chesley, etc.

How Does This Scam Work?

Like every other kind of scam, the goal of this scam is to subtly steal your financial and personal information. They want you to play into their arms! How? By returning the call.

Someone who received this call shares her experience below –

I was told I qualified for a program that will repay my loans (in full) in 120mos, as long as my yearly income doesn’t exceed $125k. But, she (Heather) told me that, before that could happen, I first have to pay a preparation/consolidation fee of $180 over 4mos (totaling $720). She asked if I want to proceed. I told her I’d like more time to gather info and look over all the details before committing, and asked if he could email the docs first.

Now, this is where the scam comes in

She said she needed card info before emailing the docs (weird) because once a call is ended, they move on to another client and can’t have unfinished/unsigned docs floating around. I thought the whole thing was strange, but she said I could give her a debit, credit, prepaid, an old/expired, or even a gift card (also weird). So I gave her a pre-paid card number that’s almost expired and never really has money in it.

This is quite similar to another ongoing scam, Student loan forgiveness scam. The same modus operandi.

What You Should Do When You Receive a Call From Credit National Assist

Because the call can be repetitive, especially if you don’t fall for the bait of calling them back, we advise that you to block their numbers from calling you. Don’t know how to do so? This article will teach you how to do so.

Be wary of calls from numbers listed above. See similar scam here

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Wendy is an Entry-Level Security Analyst who's passionate about cybersecurity and dedicated to protecting people and organizations from emerging threats. She has a strong knowledge of cybercrimes, network security, vulnerability management, and incident response.


  1. I’ve received calls and voicemails from 2 or 3 different women claiming to be with Credit National Assist to call back #844-726-7941 and can speak to anyone who answer does not have to be her specifically. The voicemail is being left from a 603-212-1183 which shows up as a landline I forgot where.

  2. I never requested financial help but still got a voicemail from supposed Credit Assist. The number that showed up is 256.454.9942, and the callback number is 888.206.3439. I never answer calls unless they’re in my contacts (in which case their name shows up). Blocked them.

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