More than likely this is a scammer than a telemarketer. Where the number comes up is from a payphone near the Greyhound Bus/Am Track train terminal. And it's not a switch number, this guy/gal cousin 'it" is bouncing from phone to phone in that area. Which makes sense for the music in the background and the people behind them. Now as for Executive Choice being the person doing this. I don't know. I've been doing some research on this number that seems to call me 5x a week but doesn't give me enough time to answer it, cause it's usually really early in the morning and I'm half asleep. I've attempted to call it back several times, but it's usually "always busy". Eventually, I'll figure it out, and post more info for people to report, and perhaps sue them.
They also called other different numbers.
This number has called and there is never anyone there, it is an autodialer.
When I told the individual calling that I was on the National Do Not Call Registry and wished to be removed from his mailing list, he was extremely rude and said "Well, how's that working out for you?" Please make him stop. I have had numerous calls from this number, and I am very tired of those people thinking that they are somehow exempt from regulations.
This was a recording and when you called the number back you got another recording in which I didn't have time to wait thru to talk to a human.
Did not leave message, Called at 8:58 pm EST
The caller identified themselves as calling on behalf of PCH and prize eligibility. They begin by asking a few questions regarding hobbies and rough age and then the pitch to subscribe for four magazines for the price of one. After I turned down the magazine offer I was told that I would be transferred to the prize entry person. The phone rang twice then it stopped as the call was cut off or dropped.
Once the recorded message completes and a person is summoned to speak with, they hang up after being informed of the no call status and repeated requests to discontinue calling. I have no credit cards.