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24, Jul. 2013
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Wife answered, but said I was painting. Wife asked what the call was about. Caller said he'd call back. Sounds like telemarketer or someone trying too find out when we are home. I am cautious about calls like this, since criminals and telemarketers sound the same.

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6, Sep. 2018
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Said it was a bussiness call wouldn’t tell me whst it was about. Just wanted to talk to me and I told them I wasn’t available

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20, Nov. 2018
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Answered call. Hung up.

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Sarahjo
2, May. 2014
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I answered and he asked for my husband by name. I asked who it was and he would not say. He said he would call back and I told him not to bother. I finally had to hang up because he was talking over me and was extremely obnoxious. The number they called is on the National Do Not Call Registry. That's worked out really well. Who is this?

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29, Nov. 2018
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doesn't leave any messages/ scammers/

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29, Nov. 2018
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This was a missed call; when I called back and an automated voice said: Portfolio Recovery Associates

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4, Dec. 2018
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Anyone who doesn't leave a message is a scumbag

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10, Dec. 2018
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