Credit Card Services call - using this name; Richardson Shaw and number 513-293-0842 can they break in to numbers like emails now???
called, left no voice mail. Know no one in Ohio, so unwanted call. If was a valid bill collector would not be using a wireless phone from T-mobile. Would be calling from a call center environment.
Same thing, they just hung up and left no message.
A cold sales caller for credit card. Apparently ignoring no-call directives.
Scammers called but no answer. So. Reported # to FTC. Report to www.ftc.org or the Attorney General 800-551-4636
Richardson Shaw is a registered child molester.
I get call after call from this number, no message all times of day n night really tired of it, and not just one call a day literally over and over
This caller has called a couple of times and each time has not left a message.
Called here - left no message on my recorder. I called back .. got recording with African-American talking & someone in background .. yet mailbox is full.
Keep getting calls from this number, sick of it. He better quit calling me or i will report him
Nuisance call came in... left no message.
The FCC has temporarily halted 9 minor unprofitable boiler rooms who will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days. At the height of this telephone debacle it's been said that each call center was making 27 calls a second, which is a whopping 2.4 million calls in a single day. In the meantime the calls will continue since they are making money with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.com In their own words: 'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.' You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their scam then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet. There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations: http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com Please read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities. The criminals behind this operation aren't going to pay attention to you asking to be removed from their list. Their calls cost them almost nothing and they make millions of them so they have no intention of ever removing someone. When you press a key to talk to them all that is accomplished is to verify that they have a working number. Unfortunately blowing an air horn or whistle doesn't work either. Their headset have noise dampeners plus they are expecting it. However with that said if it makes you feel better then by all means give it a shot. Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: http://www.stopfraud.gov. Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov. Why hasn't the FBI used the RICO act and gone after these organizations? On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961–1968), commonly referred to as the 'RICO Act', became United States law. The RICO Act allowed law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as 'the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legitimate organizations operating in interstate commerce'. S.Rep. No. 617, 91st Cong., 1st Sess. 76 (1968). However, the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce. What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls 1. Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back 2. Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone 3. Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints 4. Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov 5. People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office 6. Report any criminal activity to the FBI here: https://tips.fbi.gov Robocalls are illegal unless you have given them prior permission in writing (not worded into some small print contract from a 3rd party) and are absolutely illegal to a cell phone. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act permits individuals who have received certain unlawful telemarketing, such as junk faxes or telemarketing calls, to sue the violator in state courts where they may be awarded up to $1500 for each violation. EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. It is important to keep up the pressure even though nothing seems to be getting done, or else the government will just sit back and claim they are doing a good job since there are fewer complaints. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).
Called but did not leave message.
Call was a recording that started talking as soon as my answer machine came on & started talking. As soon as it was time for my machine to record, the recording hung up. What it said was "This is a very important message about your credit card account." Reporting illegal robo call.
Received many calls. No message left. I did not answer.
Called, no message, last 4 digits were 8042 not 0842.
"An important message about your credit card account..." Same people rotating to new number(s). Illegal robo calling to people whether on do not call list or not.
Calls 2 to 3 times a day, never leaves a message.
Receiving calls from 513-293-0842 Would like them to stop calling me.
Credit card rates..saying it was my final call. Oh how I wish it to be the final call.
Call came in at 4-2-13 at 10:33 AM. Reported to FTC and Missouri Attorney General right away
I got an apparent fake credit card collector. This is a scammer do not give them your card number!
Has ALL of the earmarks of being a scammer. Did NOT leave message and if they call again shall block them.