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The message was recorded, but they call every day around 1 pm, even weekends, and leave a recorded message.
The message was recorded and referred to a "person" named Sheila from this company. It was for tax debt relief.
The message was not very clear and the company name was not clear too.
The message was not clear.
The message was in spanish, I do not know the company name.
The message was for a Home Mortgage upgrade.
The message was a recorded message that began immediately after phone pickup, so there was no opportunity to ask the service to stop calling.
The message told me to press 2 to stop receiving notifications.
The message that plays claims it helps homeowners lower their interest rate but we are renters not owners.
The message states it is a survey of cell phone users attitudes.
Indian sounding voice said I have a problem with my computer. I hung up.
The message stated that the caller would like to deliver a free medical alert device to our door, free.
The message starts out as recorded and says press 1 to talk to a representative.
The message says we can get a lower electric rate.
The message says this is my last chance to fix my credit and they are my credit card company and I need to talk to them.
The message says they are ready to send a medical alert system , all they need is final approval.
The message says that this is my last and final notice if I do not press one, but they keep calling me back every day with the same message.
Kept calling as private, got 10 calls within an hour... Then received a blank text from this number. 2+2=4 really stupid.
The message says I have a medical alert system that is paid for and all they need is shipping information to send it to me.
The message said to press one to speak to a travel agent and press 2 if not interested traveling.
The message said to call immediately, there was a warrant for my arrest.
The message said they have a free device for us if we give them information.
These people are being sued if they call u and keep calling you report them to better business beru
The message said that they were calling about my credit card, but no other information.
The message is: Hello, this is Brian of the shipping department.
Said IRS was filing suit against me. Call this number for more details. I think not as the IRS will not just call you for no reason unless you are already in communication with them about an issue. Even then you would have an agent assigned to you.
The message is that he is trying to broaden his business.
The message is recorded, and if I dial the number, it rings busy.
The message is not in English.It sounds recorded.It scares me and would like it to stop.
The message is always the same.
The message is always the same, but the phone numbers change frequently.
The message is a threat and I have saved both messages on my voice mail.
The message has something to do with being behind on payments of some kind.
The message ended and the caller hung up.
The message did not identify the name of the caller or business name.
The message asks you to push 1 for information.
The message asked you to give information to enter a drawing for $25,000 to pay off debts.
The mentioned phone number, (7203157922) along with phone number, (4242206074) have been sending me calls and leaving voicemails to my mobile number.
(217) 210‑0347 Robo call recorded 3 July 2015 ("Reduce your rate...consider this your final notice...before the next billing cycle...financial stimulus..." Credit Card SCAM) Caller ID: "V07031733580001" (based on date and time so no two people see the same Caller ID) Also called recently from: (404) 381‑1115 <> (208) 293‑8933 <> (305) 368-8492 <> (570) 983-3206 <> (570) 983-3796 <> (406) 477-3151 <> (518) 278-0335 <> (518) 278-0333 Ha, ha, ha, lower my rate to as little as 1% and "...consider this your second and final notice..." before the end of the next billing cycle as it applies to the financial stimulus. Yeah, I wish. The recording of this "lower your rate" call is exactly the same past calls but from a new number to avoid past call blocking. The recorded message is their usual patter (see below) followed by a 7 second pause. I really look forward to when they say "good bye" and disconnect when I failed to press any buttons. Their total disregard of the Do Not Call list certainly tells us a lot about their business ethics, doesn't it? Here is a transcript of their latest offering: [female voice] "This is a very important message about your current credit card accounts. This is your second and final notice to lower your credit card interest rate and payments. Press 1 now to find out the terms conditions and associated changes before the next billing cycle. Again, this is your final notice as it relates to the financial stimulus. So press 1 now to take advantage of this today." [7 second pause] [female voice] "Good bye". Thanks to Google Voice ( www.google.com/voice ) you can hear this recording on my Spam Calls web page: http://home.comcast.net/~achx88a/spam/spamcalls.htm Signup for your own free Google Voice account at www.google.com/voice and avoid telephone call spam
The medic alert scam is at it again.
craigslist scam do not reply to this number
They are very nice and willing to help regardless of what your student loan payment situation is.
The medic alert scam and saying you can get $1,000 dollars in grocery coupons.
The man who called was very impolite.
Caller didn't speak. Another web with complaints against caller, they state caller wants access to computer because he claims Internet Explorer has been sending them error messages.
The man who called stated that he was from the federal government and that we had been selected for a $9000 grant.
The man who called clearly was working from some sort of list as he asked for me by my first name before introducing himself.
The man was making unsolicited call.
The man was informed not to call me.
What say we all get together and file a lawsuit against these ijots and see how they like it?
The man today said he would take me off the list, but they said that last week about the same time.
The man today identified himself as Nick.
This - 604 679-6040 - is MY PHONE NUMBER. On a whim, i searched it, and found TWO sites - this, and another - calling me a scammer. This is totally unfounded and untrue, and I have NO idea where these comnents come from. I am a very reputable, upstanding person with no history or affiliation with any wrong doings. Thank you very much!!
The man then clumsily hung up.
This # ? has called here every other day for a week now. Since I don't answer unknown, or just town & state #'s I have no idea who they are.
The man said my medical equipment I had ordered was ready to be deliver!
The man on the phone said well then talk to the FCC and hung up.
The man on the phone had a heavy accent and he told me my computer had been hacked into many times and I have problems.
The man had an almost unintelligible accent, but said something about litigation, attorneys, etc.
The man continued to call me and when I called Direct TV they said that they did not have any record of outbound calls to my house.