Automated message that leads to an automated message for a 30 minute get rich without any effort pyramid scheme involving jamming peoples telephone lines for only a $4000 investment. No person on the other end - but you can leave a message and phone number so that they can decide whether to call for an 'exclusive offer.'
The same company called about one month prior to this most recent call.
I received this number via email, with the message: "Whats's up hottie, I saw you on site to match sometime last week, i got sum naughtypix for ya .. my # fast ITS txt 208 418 5655. I'm just a 23 year old female. I'm looking to meet new people and maybe hookup. txt me when u get a min plz."
next-time;;;; tell 'em to wait & put the phone-down on desk & let it sit-there for 5-10 minutes.... IT WILL CO$T THEM $OME-BUCK$,,,,,, --OR-- BLOW 1 OF THOSE BOAT-'HORNS' into the phone,,,,,
The person said he did not care and started asking me my age and name I refused the information and I said just remove me from the list.
The message says to press 1 if you wish to speak to someone, but doing so causes the call to be disconnected.
The male that called began yelling at me for not answering questions, then made insults about my voice quality (!).
Got a miss call
The company left a robotic voicemail.
The bank (CHASE) said this was a scam.
A couple of times a day...everyday! How do you stop this?
THIS CALL SHOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN PLACED.