It is a recorded message
It is a recorded announcement not a real person so I am unable to ask them to stop calling
It is a prerecorded call and no one to speak to.
Recording said I owed money to IRS and they wanted a callback or it would proceed to a lawsuit in the courts. They called twice in one day. Soulless internet scammers like this who prey on others should be put to death. I'd vote yes on that in a general election.
It is a pre-recorded message about lowering your interest rates on credit card and we must have a valid credit card and dial 1 to speak to a representative.
614-715-4190 is a SCAM, they tell you your computer has many problems then try to sell you a subscription to their service. If you don't subscribe they leave your computer in worse condition than when they started. Hang up, they will call back a few times, hang up every time till they give up. Or if your like me play along till they get tired of trying to get you to do anything. I just play stupid and don't do anything they ask you to do and they will eventually hang up on you. These guys are SCAM ARTISTS!
It is a pre recorded s*x call.
It is a phone number out of Selma, NC.
It is a phone bank in Southern California.
It is a not working number.
received a call from this number but the caller is unknown to me and did not leave any message
It is a new year and this outfit has started up again.
It is a mortgage telemarketer trying to get you to refinance.
It is a message saying they can lower my credit card.
It is a marketing recorded message.
It is a long winded recording.
You are so right, IRS does not call, especially with an accent that I could not understand. He wanted, no demanded my card number or an electronic check. Then, when I asked him to please slow down and spell out each letter, he laughed at me. I'm 68 and no one is getting my card number.
It is a live salesperson that is extremely rude and pushy.
It is a live person saying my computer is running slow.
It is a huge annoyance!
Called my cell phone 2 times today... Nobody on the other end. I tried calling it back 3 times each time it says "please stay on the line, an agent will be with you shortly..." and the call automatically ends after 34 seconds.
It is a fedral and state holiday so how are they calling me from your commision.
It is a credit card scamming company.
It is a credit card help center and when I ask them to take me off their call list, they just hang up
Says they are calling regarding my window computer. I said I don't have a computer my husband does. He then asked me several times if I had a personal computer. A few weeks ago I had someone call me saying they wanted to give me a better rate on my credit cards and wanted another card number to get the offer. I must be listed under some scam report. Ignore this number.
It is a credit card help center and when I ask them to take me off of their call list, they just hang up.
It is a constant annoyance as it deducts from my available minutes.
It is a complete credit card scam.
It is a company trying to sell medical emergency devices to seniors (we are seniors).
It is a company soliciting college registration, so the internet says.
It is a automated telemarketing indicating I won a cruise.
It is a auto phone call.
It is a Verison number
It is a GREAT nuisance.
It is VERY, VERY annoying.
It indicated that I had been selected for a free home security system.
It has turned into harassment, they come so often.
It has happened before several times but this time it was after I was 31 days on the no call list
Introduced himself as certified by Microsoft as Windows support located in California. Wants to help with the errors my computer is sending out all over the internet. He became very frustrated when I kept asking him to identify my IP address or to send me a screen print of an error. He hung up before had a chance to tell him I was on a MAC!
caller says irs has a law suit against me and this is the last warning,,, first time I received the call today Aug. 28, 2015.
Received same message as above comments. Made return call, and the Indian male who's English was very poor, told me to contact an attorney and have them call him about a tax fraud lawsuit filed against me. He used three different names before the end of our conversation. My accountant told me that it is a scam. The IRS would not outsource this type of action, and would contact me be mail first, and most likely certified mail. He told me to ignore the message and the number. They are hoping for a cash settlement agreement over the phone for something that isn't real.
It has gotten much worse the past 12 months.
It has called us no less then a dozen times in the last month.
It has called us 10 times today alone.
It has called repeatedly for the last several weeks.
It has been months and months of calls.
It has been going on for years.
Acting as if he was a US agency giving out grants.... Offering over 7000 but stated there are fees for wiring the money, 290 dollars... I refused to give them any sensitive bank account information. They hung up on me once I told him he sounds like he is calling from India and it's a scam. Please don't fall victim. You all know our government only harasses us when WE owe them money... Not to voluntarily dole out grants.
It has been at least three months of them calling 3-7 times per week from different phone numbers including: 347-507-5576, 347-577-9378, and 347-577-9428.
It has been at least 20 times in the last few weeks they have called, somtime two or three time a day, very annoying.
It has been FOUR times now.
8/28/15 @ 4:18 PM: SCAMMER Recorded message "Press 1 to speak with Microsoft certified engineer.
Isn't this illegal? Can this harassment be stopped?
8/28/15 @ 2:01 PM: I DO NOT KNOW caller Macklin Charles E, Saginaw, MI, 48601. Exchange 754 managed by MICHIGAN BELEL CO - MI. Number on switch # SGNWMIFADS0.
It has been 2 1/2 months since we signed up for do not call, however, we cont, to rec.
It happens several times a week at the most inopportune time.
It happened twice today 1/2/14
It had something to do with a so called Travel agent.
It had no identifying name on opening call.
It gives an option at the end to press a key to accept your offer.