Verizon Wireless Has NO NUMBER matching this one. Their Billing Dept. is reached via an 800#. In Phoenix, AZ, Area Codes are (602) and (408). AGAIN, they are the CARRIER fro whoever owns this number and anyone receiving calls should DIRECTLY CONTACT Verizon Wireless & complain. This is some form of Telemarketing Scam. DO NOT ANSWER THE CALL. DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER BACK. THEY ARE NOT VERIZON WIRELESS! Contact local law enfrorcement if Verizon Wireless is unwilling to help you. THIS IS A SCAM OF SOME SORT. When the caller establishes contact, you will begin to get MORE harassing calls from telemarketers and "automated software robot calls". This is HARASSMENT. Technically ILLEGAL. If Verizon Wireless won't protect its customers, Law Enforcement will intervene on behalf of people who are VICTIMIZED. Caveat Emptor.
They promise they aren't selling anything. Even after being told the number they called is on the Do Not Call.gov list they assured me that they are not telemarketers. Lots of questions about energy use, energy upgrades, and federal, state, energy rebates. They want to send someone out to discuss finances. When told they should just mail the information they won't do so. This is another lease solar scam and will be reported to Donotcall.gov for telemarketing.
My name and number entered in contest and was to receive a freed upholstery cleaning.and carpet... Thee person did not stop talking for me to speak so I interrupted... Stopped the person telling them I did not enter name and number ... Did not want any carpet cleaning....
There was no option to remove my number from their calling list. As soon as I asked, the caller hung up. This is the 3rd time I've requested my number be removed.
I have gotten what feels like 100 calls in 3 days from them...No one ever answers, it just disconnects. It is bugging me and I want it to stop!!!!
they're calling nonstop! So tell me how do we STOP these damnable calls? It appears the "do not call" registry has little effect.
They call more than once & hang up as soon as we answer.
This was a text message.
Trying to sell office supplies. When I told her that she was interrupting a conference call, did she apologize and go away? Nope! Started into a long, rambling sales pitch. I hung up on her. Not going to do business with a company whose representatives lack even minimal courtesy to customers.
Ask me to verify email address
very persistent and rude caller.
Have reported them many times in the past year.