Phone: 408-414-8189

Did this number call you? Please leave your comment below!

San Jose, California
Its exchange 414 is managed by LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS, LLC -
The number is currently on switch number SNFCCASYDS0 (switch is a technical specification, provided here for phone hobbyists)
Around 40% of people reported it as "Scammer"
There has been a total of 10 comments left about the number.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Credit card vacation scam, vacation scam?"
Cliff
9, Feb. 2017
Reply

called with no caller id so I did not answer...

Helpful   •
  33
Reply1 Reply - View
Dale Richards
10, Feb. 2017
Reply

Credit card fraud! They offered you a lower credit rates, and then, in the end, they will just ask for your credit card information. Don't give them your details! Just hung up and report them to FTC! I'm glad I can warn people through this website.

Helpful   •
  12
 
14, Feb. 2017
Reply

I accidentially picked up and there was the girl goes by the. Ame Emily starting ' iam qualified for 75 % off vacation,etc..." realized this is a scam I hung up

Helpful   •
  15
15, Feb. 2017
Reply

408 4148189 scam call

Helpful   •
  9
15, Feb. 2017
Reply

I have a 408 number but I only know 2 people with the same area code. It's almost a blessing because when I get a call from the 408 area code, I know it's not a call I want. Still annoying that I get the calls, though.

Helpful   •
  16
Reply1 Reply - View
Preston Barber
16, Feb. 2017
Reply

I also don't have any relatives or friends who use this 408 area code. That's why I just ignored the calls from this number. They have called me multiple times since 3 days ago, but never left any message. When Googled the number, I came up here. I think I will just report this number to FTC. Let the authority do their jobs.

Helpful   •
  15
15, Feb. 2017
Reply

Very persistent phone call for probably the last two weeks (at least) with no voicemail. I have never picked up.

Helpful   •
  9
Reply1 Reply - View
Deanna Buchanan
16, Feb. 2017
Reply

I also never picked up their calls. It was too risky. I just searched the number to FTC and found these reports. Thank God. Now I will just report this number if they call me again today.

Helpful   •
  10
16, Feb. 2017
Reply

Credit card scam call. States you have won a vacation for two. It's nothing but a scam fraud deleted and blockec

Helpful   •
  10
17, Feb. 2017
Reply

Same type of call, Caller stated that I had stayed at one of their resorts and that I was entitled to a 75% off vacation. She asked if I had time to answer a few questions. When I asked her what resort I had stayed with them, she again asked is I could answer a few questions. Again I asked what resort I had stayed at and she then hung up.

Helpful   •
  14

Please leave your comment about the number below: