We keep receiving calls with a recorded message. Why I stay on the line and ask a representative who they are, they hang up. We do not have phone id.
8662275599 called then again 5 minutes later, been calling for a month now, recorded robo autodialer messages "hello this is an important call for "person" if not "person" press 2 this is not a sales or marketing call", the number 2098583919 does the same thing, 209 used to harass me all the time with Voicemail and ridiculous calls once after 9pm, after it called 9pm 866 started next day, 209 still calls but 866 sort of took over I know its the same. Asks for personal info before telling who they are or what it's related to. Nothing in mail relating to a debt or one of these numbers which I believe are the same caller. If they want results stop harassing, switching numbers, tell me who they are before taking personal info, stop robo calling and annoying robo Voicemail, im sick of these numbers they need to stop or at least tell me what its about first, SCAMMER for all I know
This telephone number has called my cell phone 4-6 times a day all through the day. I filed a complaint with the FCC which did no good; I registered my cell number on the "do not call" list and still they call. No message. Just using up my minutes.
Caller did not leave message calls after 8:30 p.m.
Gave the company name as Performance Technologies, would not tell me what their company did. All the caller did was continue to ask me to verify who I was when I asked them to verify what their company did. I asked them specifically if they were a bill collector, job board, Dr office and they said "We are none of those three" I then let them know that I would google their name and phone number to find out who they are and what they do then told them to have a nice day. They were still talking when I hung up on them.
I called back and requested information regarding the nature of their call and their business and was quickly hurried off the phone by a very rude receptionist who refused to answer my questions without verifying my information first. How interesting. Sounds like a shady marketing attempt