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This phone number kept showing up on my cell phone. When I would answer there would be no one there. I tried to call it back and got either a busy signal or a recording that it was not in service. On my cell bill it comes up as an international phone number coming out of Myanmar. I can't confirm whether or not it's a scam, but I don't know anyone in Myanmar so either way I avoid it. However, re-routing phone numbers could be the latest in telemarketers trying to get around the do-not-call list.
Amy
 May 14th, 2008
Oh, and I guess the "Do Not Call List" is a joke, I have more calls now than ever.
Texas
 May 13th, 2008
I keep getting calls from this number it says Ft. Lauderdale, FL, on the caller ID. It's an international phone number though. It's nice that we have laws to protect our privacy...and no one enforces them. I have to wonder.
Texas
 May 13th, 2008
This came into a cell phone and looked as if it was an International inbound call. Female pre-recorded voice saying something about "You account will expire shortly, this will be your only chance to lower your rate, press 1 for more information or 2 to no longer receive notices." I did nothing. These dirtballs........
DML
 May 13th, 2008
It's a scam. These people call from many different numbers like 305-758-9297 about either a lowing credit card interest or the warranty on your car is about to expire. They ask that you press 1 to speak to someone or press 2 to get off the phone list which doesn't work if you press 2. No not give them people any information about yourself; it's all just a scam.
Victor
 May 12th, 2008
A recorded message offered lower credit card interest rates. I pressed "1" to be transferred, and I reached a switchboard operator who demanded to know where to transfer the call. When I said that she had called me, she hung-up.
David
 May 11th, 2008
on VM: 10 seconds of silence. Caller ID: OUT OF AREA
Looks like a country code call.
Diana
 May 11th, 2008
Probably a scam call about your vehicle's warranty which is "about to expire". They claim that even the manufacturers get their warranties through this company. And, while it's possible that the lady with the fairly well developed Southern Accent actually is in a London office that this number would imply, I highly doubt it.
B
 May 07th, 2008

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