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985-272-1122 just called our business. As the call came from an area code that's close to ours, we answered it thinking it might be one of our customers. Nope. When you first answer, there's a pause, then a real live person says "Hello?", then there's the tell-tale "Bloop" sound that lets you know that it's a SCAM, then it switched over to an illegal robocaller machine. We'll be reporting the call as harassment immediately and blocking the number. They were calling about a warranty on a vehicle that doesn't belong to anyone at this number, and as we've been around over a decade, and the vehicle they were calling about is only 5 years old, they clearly have the WRONG number.
Louisiana
 Mar 06th, 2017
Message sounds like a collection agency. I got the identical message about 5 hours earlier from an Olympia, WA number: (360) 819-1122, ""To get more information about this case file please call immediately on our department number 575-631-7513. I repeat 575-631-7513. Thank you" or 360-819-1122. Since I don't owe anyone any money...It's a scam.
California
 Jun 27th, 2016
Saban Tree Service
New Braunfels, Tx, 78130
(830) 225-1122
We cater to both residential and commercial clients. Call us for quality service at reasonable rates.
Tree Trimming, Lawn Mowing Service, Tree Service, Tree Maintenance, Lawn Care Service

http://sabantreeservice.com/
Bulgaria
 Jan 13th, 2015
Spotless Window Cleaning
2881 Irwin Rd #2, Redding, CA, 96002
(530) 514-1122

Asap Spotless is proud to bring you the quality and service that your home or office deserves. Our services include Window Cleaning, Roof Cleaning, Gutter Cleaning, Pressure Washing, and Deck Restoration. We service the entire Inland Empire, San Bernardino County, Orange County and Los Angeles County, southern California and North Carolina, and we look forward to serving you!

http://spotlesscleaningsvcs.com/
Homer
 Aug 08th, 2014
I receive calls everyday from this number, they can are hang ups, robot calls or live callers on the other end, I have told the caller to stop and to remove my number but they have not, I have told the caller that I was going to report them to the Sheriff, his reply was " and what do you think they can do?" last called 1 Jul 14, at 1122 a.m.
JudgeYoda
 Jul 01st, 2014
New Visions Remodeling
5247 Wilson Mills Rd. 362, Richmond Heights, OH 44143
(216) 315-1122
http://newvisionsremodelingoh.com/
Offering kitchen remodeling, building renovation, bathroom remodeling, basements, hardwood, tile flooring, painting, plumbing services in Richmond Heights OH and all surrounding areas.
Greg
 Mar 31st, 2014
To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Ministry of Consumer Services
Consumer Protection Branch
5775 Yonge Street, Suite 1500
Toronto ON M7A 2E5
Toll-free: 1-800-889-9768
Call in Toronto: 416-326-8800
TTY: 416-229-6086 or 1-877-666-6545
Fax: 416-326-8665
E-mail: consumer@ontario.ca

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :

O.P.P Police. ( Harassing you ).
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)
And
R.C.M.P: ( harassing you ).
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
Tammy
 Feb 22nd, 2014
Mjr collections.
Mississauga (Head Office) Address
7033 Telford Way
Units 17/18
Mississauga, ON
L5S 1V4


To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Ministry of Consumer Services
Consumer Protection Branch
5775 Yonge Street, Suite 1500
Toronto ON M7A 2E5
Toll-free: 1-800-889-9768
Call in Toronto: 416-326-8800
TTY: 416-229-6086 or 1-877-666-6545
Fax: 416-326-8665
E-mail: consumer@ontario.ca

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :

O.P.P Police. ( Harassing you ).
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)
And
R.C.M.P: ( harassing you ).
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
tammy
 Feb 19th, 2014
To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Ministry of Consumer Services
Consumer Protection Branch
5775 Yonge Street, Suite 1500
Toronto ON M7A 2E5
Toll-free: 1-800-889-9768
Call in Toronto: 416-326-8800
TTY: 416-229-6086 or 1-877-666-6545
Fax: 416-326-8665
E-mail: consumer@ontario.ca

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :

O.P.P Police. ( Harassing you ).
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)
And
R.C.M.P: ( harassing you ).
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
Tammy
 Feb 19th, 2014
To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :



O.P.P Police.
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)

And

R.C.M.P:
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
tammy
 Feb 16th, 2014
To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :



O.P.P Police.
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)

And

R.C.M.P:
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
Tammy
 Feb 16th, 2014
To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :



O.P.P Police.
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)

And

R.C.M.P:
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
Tammy
 Feb 16th, 2014
To file a complaint Online.

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services Ontario Canada :

https://www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca/compform/english/complaint.asp

Please copy and paste above in other forums Please and thank you.

And :



O.P.P Police.
Non-Emergency calls for service (24 hr Toll Free)
1-888-310-1122 (anywhere in Ontario)
1-888-310-1133 (TTY)

And

R.C.M.P:
130 Dufferin Avenue, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 3240, Station
Tammy
 Feb 16th, 2014
Progressive Lawn Managers
120 Old Meramec Station Rd, Manchester, MO 63021
(636) 677-1122

Progressive Lawn Managers is an independently owned and operated lawn, tree and shrub care company providing quality care with more than 30 years of experience.

http://progressivelawnmgmt.com
Marge
 Aug 06th, 2013
Extremely annoying Citicorp; call log the last week:
13JUN13 0838,1218,1418,1626,1934
13JUN14 0835,1126,1344,1553,1832
13JUN15 0832,1122,1321,1530,1748
13JUN16 1116,1319,1537,1738,1933,2038
13JUN17 1126,1320,1531,1748
13JUN18 0831,1103,1301,1512,1712
13JUN19 0938,1145,1343,1553,1835
Blocked them every time!
Mike
 Jun 20th, 2013
I am always getting robocalls from 206-397-1122 and have no idea who is calling.
Doug
 Apr 11th, 2013
More information:

1-800-296-1122
office: 651-773-8077
Apogee Retail
3080 Centreville Road
Little Canada, Minnesota 55117-1185

They are soliciting money, clothes, etc supposedly benfiting Lupus Foundation, breast cancer, national Children's Center Pickup, Purple heart, etc.

THEY DO NOT!!! THEY RESALE WHAT YOU GIVE THEM FOR PROFIT.


Orlo Ellison - you are an embarassment to you wife, family and community.

Position: Vice president of development, Apogee Retail LLC, a specialty retail company in Little Canada, Minn.; manager of Unique Thrift Store and Value Village in Hillandale Shopping Center in Silver Spring, and other thrift stores in region.

Education: Bachelor’s in education, University of Northern Colorado.

Residence: Savage. (this is in maryland - and as of december 2012, supposedly lives in minnesota)

Family: Wife, Christine A. Ellison; sons, Joshua Ellison, 32, Daniel Schweizer, 27, and Benjamin Schweizer, 21.
jENNIFER
 Dec 08th, 2012
Received text message - "Your entry has won! Go to winbestbuy.net/?4 and enter the code "1122" to claim your $1000 Best Buy gift card! Must claim by 10/31/2012.

ITS A SCAM!!
GONZO
 Oct 31st, 2012
Received text message - "Your entry has won! Go to winbestbuy.net/?4 and enter the code "1122" to claim your $1000 Best Buy gift card! Must claim by 10/31/2012.

I contacted Best Buy and was informed this is a scam.
June
 Oct 29th, 2012
Paradise Ponds
135 Renison Drive Westbury, NY 11590
(516) 334-1122
http://paradise-ponds.com/
At Paradise Ponds we are dedicated to building ponds. Each pond is built by myself and my crew. We are not landscapers looking to fill extra time, our business is building your pond to perfection.
Services: Pond Service, Pond Designers, Pond Contractor, Pond Installation, Waterfalls
Nick
 Jun 29th, 2012
An obvious text message scam trying to get you to visit a website hidden through the bitly URL shortening service. A short research shows the phone number is... Assigned Buffalo, New York (NEW Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC - DC). Other people have received this SMS under different phone numbers like 540-406-0246.

The message (with URL address removed) reads:
"Your entry from last month has WON! Goto ****URL**ADDRESS**REMOVED**** and enter your Winning Code: '1122' to claim your FREE $1,000 Best Buy Giftcard!"
My Name
 May 30th, 2012
Just received a text from this number saying

"Your entry from last month has WON! Goto (web address) and enter your winning code : "1122" to claim your FREE $1000 Best Buy Giftcard!
Janet
 May 29th, 2012
It's a Scam.
Got the text msg "Your entry last month has WON! Goto and enter your Winning Code: "1122" to claim your free $1,000 Best Buy Giftcard!"
I'm more likely to believe in the Tooth Fairy than the messages from the mental midgets who send this crap.
Rix
 May 15th, 2012
My home phone is 322-1122. BIG MISTAKE. I get calls from people all the time trying to reach Virgin Mobile. It's time to change my phone number, I guess.
shaking my head
 May 17th, 2011
Other sites have reported this as NCO, a debt collection company. If you have a collection company harassing you with repeated calls (especially with an automated dialer), failing to identify themselves, or at odd times of the day, etc., they are in violation of the Fair Debt. Collection Practices Act. It makes no difference if they are dialing the wrong number or you actually owe money, you can collect up to $1,000 by fed. law plus any actual damage. There is a site www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com with full FDCPA info and contact info for attorneys that handle it without charging you.

Do Not Call list does not apply to collection companies.

Here is some info on them:

NCO
5100 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard Norcross, GA 30071-5721
NCO
834 W 27th Street Norfolk, VA 23517-1122
NCO
507 Prudential Road Horsham, PA 19044
GET PAID
 Sep 07th, 2010
This number belongs tooooooooo (drum roll please)

Trade Tech Institute
264 S. La Cienega Blvd Ste. 1122
Beverly Hills CA 90211
Toll Free: 888-934-6684

Call them tell them to get you off their list...if enough call maybe they will fix their problem!
I called and asked for the marketing department...
Shelly
 May 28th, 2010
This number is an IC System # so ignore it....They also use an opinion survey that they try to pass off as a tv survey @ 202-552-1122...I had my ID stolen back in 2001 or so and have hired 3 different lawyers to stop this type of harrassment and the last time it was understood that if they tried to contact me again to pay a bill I did not make they would be sued, well, this collection agency did not contact me again but must have sold the debt to this bunch of pea brains...I do not answer their calls so they try all different means (#) to get me to ansswer the phone.....I'm waiting to get my credit report back and if they have been in it giving miss leading infor I will be hiring another attorney and this time someone is going to get sued. I would hate to think that I had such a low IQ that this is the only type of work I could find...So ignore the pea brains and what ever you do don't give them any personal account info or they will be into your account taking money that you did not give them permission to take....I wold say if they are harassig you to hire an attorney because they do not require any money for this type of suite. They take money only if they win a suit of this nature for you....
Bob
 May 22nd, 2010
NOT a credit scam. It's on their web page:
Talk to Us
Live Representatives are available Monday- Friday, 6am-9pm (Pacific), and Saturday-Sunday, 6am-8pm (Pacific).
1-888-322-1122
ANN
 May 20th, 2010
This was posted in 800-notes.com

Professional Claims Bureau, Inc.
439 Oak Street
Garden City, NY 11530
516-681-1122
914-668-1222,
Fax: 516-681-1265
http://www.pcbinc.org/

You’re Dead? That Won’t Stop the Debt Collector

Published: March 3, 2009
MINNEAPOLIS — The banks need another bailout and countless homeowners cannot handle their mortgage payments, but one group is paying its bills: the dead.

Dozens of specially trained agents work on the third floor of DCM Services here, calling up the dear departed’s next of kin and kindly asking if they want to settle the balance on a credit card or bank loan, or perhaps make that final utility bill or cellphone payment.

The people on the other end of the line often have no legal obligation to assume the debt of a spouse, sibling or parent. But they take responsibility for it anyway.

“I am out of work now, to be honest with you, and money is very tight for us,” one man declared on a recent phone call after he was apprised of his late mother-in-law’s $280 credit card bill. He promised to pay $15 a month.

Dead people are the newest frontier in debt collecting, and one of the healthiest parts of the industry. Those who dun the living say that people are so scared and so broke it is difficult to get them to cough up even token payments.

Collecting from the dead, however, is expanding. Improved database technology is making it easier to discover when estates are opened in the country’s 3,000 probate courts, giving collectors an opportunity to file timely claims. But if there is no formal estate and thus nothing to file against, the human touch comes into play.

New hires at DCM train for three weeks in what the company calls “empathic active listening,” which mixes the comforting air of a funeral director with the nonjudgmental tones of a friend. The new employees learn to use such anger-deflecting phrases as “If I hear you correctly, you’d like...”

“You get to be the person who cares,” the training manager, Autumn Boomgaarden, told a class of four new hires.

For some relatives, paying is pragmatic. The law varies from state to state, but generally survivors are not required to pay a dead relative’s bills from their own assets. In theory, however, collection agencies could go after any property inherited from the deceased.

But sentiment also plays a large role, the agencies say. Some relatives are loyal to the credit card or bank in question. Some feel a strong sense of morality, that all debts should be paid. Most of all, people feel they are honoring the wishes of their loved ones.

“In times of illness and death, the hierarchy of debts is adjusted,” said Michael Ginsberg of Kaulkin Ginsberg, a consulting company to the debt collection industry. “We do our best to make sure our doctor is paid, because we might need him again. And we want the dead to rest easy, knowing their obligations are taken care of.”

Finally, of course, some of those who pay a dead relative’s debts are unaware they may have no legal obligation.

Scott Weltman of Weltman, Weinberg & Reis, a Cleveland law firm that performs deceased collections, says that if family members ask, “we definitely tell them” they have no legal obligation to pay. “But is it disclosed upfront — ‘Mr. Smith, you definitely don’t owe the money’? It’s not that blunt.”

DCM Services, which began in 1999 as a law firm, recently acquired clients in banking, automobile finance, retailing, telecommunications and health care; DCM says its contracts preclude it from naming them.

The companies “want to protect their brand,” said DCM’s chief executive, Steven Farsht. Despite the delicacy of such collections, he says his 180-employee firm is providing a service to the economy. “The financial services industry is under a tremendous amount of pressure, and every dollar we collect improves their profitability,” he said.

To listen to even a small sample of DCM’s calls — executives played tapes of 10 of them for a reporter, electronically edited to remove all names — is to reveal the wages of misery, right down to the penny.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/04/business/04 ... 1&sq=dcm&st=cse

March 11, 2009

Chairman Jon Leibowitz
Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20580

Dear Chairman Leibowitz:

I am dismayed to learn from recent media reports that some debt collection companies have made it a practice to attempt to collect unpaid credit card balances – and perhaps other types of unsecured debts – from the families of the deceased. According to numerous reports, these companies call surviving relatives, often shortly after the death of a loved one, to coax or cajole them into making payments on the deceased relative’s credit card. To say the least, this practice is distasteful and unethical. Moreover, this practice may very well violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. I am hereby requesting that the Federal Trade Commission investigate whether debt collection companies are violating the law when they engage in this practice, and exactly what information they are conveying to surviving relatives who are under no obligation to pay off their loved ones’ credit cards.

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, among its many prohibitions, prevents debt collectors from contacting anyone other than the credit card holder without the prior consent of the holder. Specifically, the Act provides that “a debt collector may not communicate, in connection with the collection of any debt, with any person other than the consumer, his attorney, a consumer reporting agency if otherwise permitted by law, the creditor, the attorney of the creditor, or the attorney of the debt collector.” “Consumer” is defined in the Act as a “natural person” who owes a debt. If this language does not apply to a situation in which the consumer is deceased, I would like to know the basis for such an opinion.

I find it shocking that a debt collection company would determine that it is worth causing profound anguish and embarrassment in order to collect debts that are sometimes as low as $50, or which result in a payment of $15 a month from a widow or widower who is struggling to make ends meet. If a debt is large enough to be worth collecting, there are legal ways to obtain payment. First, if a surviving family member has also signed for the card, that family member will be obligated to pay the debt. Second, an unsecured creditor such as a credit card issuer can obtain payment from the estate of the deceased through a routine probate proceeding, after the holders of secured debt – such as mortgagors– are paid. This practice of harassing living family members for upfront payments results in putting credit card issuers in the front of the line to get money from an estate, rather than after those who hold secured debt.

Given the current economic situation, in which millions of honest, hard-working Americans are struggling to meet their obligations, this practice is opportunistic and destructive.

In addition to opening an investigation into these practices, I would like the answers to the following questions:

Which debt collection companies (“collectors”) are engaging in the practice of collecting credit card debt from widows, widowers, children, and other relatives of the deceased?

Which credit card issuers are hiring these collectors, or selling their debts to these collectors? Have the issuers endorsed this practice, either by turning a blind eye toward it or by specifically encouraging it?

Does the practice of trying to collect unsecured debts from the living relatives of debtors who have passed on violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act’s prohibition on communicating with third parties? If not, why not? What measures could be taken to make sure that these practices are stopped?

If these practices are currently legal, are these collectors uniformly making sure that they tell living relatives that they have no legal obligation to pay the debt? Further, are the collectors informing the living relatives of the statute of limitations for collecting these debts? Are the collectors informing the living relatives that any credit card debt would be paid from the estate only after other secured debts, such as mortgage and car payments, are paid?

Given that the FTC receives more complaints about debt collection companies than any other American business, I hope and expect that you will be thorough in your investigation of this matter.


Sincerely,

Charles E. Schumer
United States Senator

http://schumer.senate.gov/new_website/record.cfm?id=309474

The debt collectors are behaving badly again. This time they're hitting up surviving family members for money that's owed by the dead!

The New York Times reports that some collection agencies specialize in this somewhat morbid pursuit. Collectors even receive "sensitivity" training to deal with grieving relatives. They'll speak in hushed tones on the phone like a funeral director and refer you to a legitimate grief counselor if necessary.

In most cases, you have no legal obligation to assume the debt of a late spouse, sibling or parent. But the collectors will never tell you that.

The only states where there is a possibility that a surviving spouse may have some responsibility for a debt are "community property states" -- Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.

In such states, an executor/executrix or administrator (in the event there is no will) may be responsible for assessing the estate to see if there's money to pay out to creditors.

But in general, if you get a call from these slimeballs, know that you likely don't owe them a penny.

http://clarkhoward.com/shownotes/category/12/103/358/
Caller ID: 516-681-1122
Caller: Professional Claims Bureau, Inc.
Call Type: Debt Collector
PB
 Apr 22nd, 2010
It's companies like Virgin who try to trick people into calling them back on 888 322 1122 and have your cell removed from their database. The Call Center Agents are STUPID! My cell number is on a CANADIAN provider system. PLEASE tell your Sales and Marketing team to FUCK OFF and STOP WASTING MY MINUTES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Steve
 Feb 24th, 2010
Here's how you can email the Senator and get past his not-in-district email block.
Use a bogus name, bogus email address (but correct format), then: (street)Bee Cave Road, Austin, TX 78028-1122
Tell the congressman to stop the ROBO calls from RSRCHCNTR09. This worked to get an email through to his staff.
Lew
 Dec 02nd, 2009
If you want to return the annoyance, here is how to at least get a message to them. Call them back, hit 0 and you are told 'invalid entry please try again'. Then hit 1122 and you will get 'Larry's' voicemail. Leave him a message.
Jim
 May 27th, 2009
Received letter from Virgin Mobil with 1-888-322-1122 as call back to up my airtime my address somone elses name i am not a VM customer letter came from USPS permit in Pa zip 19020 permit 142 bulk mail. owned by an ad agency
M & M Associates Inc 301 Oxford Valley Rd Morrisville, PA, 19067-7706 Ph 215-321-3099 fax 215-321-9394.
DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER LISTED 888-322-1122 IN THE LETTER BACK OR THEY WILL HAVE YOUR PHONE NUMBER.
Rich
 Mar 17th, 2009
This one called at 1122 today 03/12/2009. The woman identified herself as "Linda Daymore" and was asking for my daughter who does not live here anymore. This woman did not name her company but said they "have an item in the office we want to run by her." Meaning my daughter.
Rick
 Mar 12th, 2009
Call hang up without leaving a message at 1256 pm. Followed one at 1122 am from 305.836.7371 who did not show on this site either.
Gus
 Oct 14th, 2008
got a call today from 888-322-1122 yes i have virgin mobile so ya
blank
 Oct 01st, 2008
Got the same call on 04092008, called the number after I got it from *69 and got a recorded message from Virgin Mobile USA that also referred me to sugarmommy.com. It's the same recorded voice Virgin Mobile uses for calls to their regular site. I got nowhere by calling the Virgin Mobile number, 888-322-1122, so I called their corporate number in Warren, New Jersey, 908-607-4000. I was referred to Doug, whose voicemail said he'd call back. Nothing yet.
KD
 Apr 09th, 2008
Answered this call. Guy claimed I had won $500 per month from the Social Security administration. Yeah... that sounds legit. Told them not to call me any more and hung up.
Robin
 Jan 23rd, 2008
I've used whocalled.us before so here is a try to give a little back.

Caller ID showed 202-552-1122. Voice mail stated "Frank Travis" calling about "what should be on TV." The tail end of the voice mail message after a very long, silent pause (most answering machines would have auto hung up after so many seconds of silence) stated "TV Survey 877-667-8982"

This is a legitimate survey from a known tele-survey company
http://www.surveyusa.com/

While no state prohibits surveys or research using Do Not Call lists, SurveyUSA does maintain an internal Do Not Call list that can accessed from their web site. (URL varies.)

All legitimate researchers and surveyors maintain internal DNC lists.

National and state DNC lists stop honest telenarketers, period. DNC lists do not stop all dishonest telemarketers nor do they stop researchers or surveyors. Dishonest telemarketers are going to call you no matter what you say or do.

For either surveys or sales calls, I suggest pressing whatever button on the phone it takes to get a live person, or being patient until they come on the line to ask that you be placed on their DNC. I suggest asking politely, letting them try to talk you out of it for a moment, then asking again.

The dishonest company is going to call back again and again under new and different names no matter what you do.
miatta
 Jan 23rd, 2008
called at noon can hear whistling into the receiver but didnt say anything
leslie
 Oct 02nd, 2007
These phone numbers have called:
Tuscany Indus.
909-842-8155
702-520-1214
702-520-1122
702-520-1117
702-520-1119
Insider Events
213-363-5106
All these numbers have called claiming my warranty has expired on my car. Guess what I HAVE NO CAR! I pressed one on every call to tell them not to call me anymore because, pressing 2 didn't work. I just got hung up on. Well I got curious so I did a reverse phone number look up on whitepages.com. All of these numbers are serviced by a company Digitcom Services. I Googled the company name and the website with a phone number to contact them came up. I called and said these people are harassing me and swearing and hanging up on me. She said that these numbers are inactive and no one was using them. I told her how is that if they just called me 15 minutes ago? She told me she would put me on the do not call list for these numbers. So we will see. If you would like to call and complain to this company. Digitcom Services @ 800-464-5446
Rachel
 Sep 05th, 2007
I will post a list of aliases they've used when calling my home below:
1)Tuscany Industries 702-520-1117
2)Upgrade Now! 702-520-1214
3)US NMA 702-520-1119
4)Hoffman4 702-520-1252
5)Insider Events 702-520-1122
6)Unknown Name 909-842-8155
Also, I found an article on:
http://www.tampabays10.com/news/specials/popular/article.aspx?s=popular&storyid=61779 about this very same incident. Just thought this might be helpful, thank you.
1)
Florida's Attorney Generals Office Call to complain: 866-966-7226 (I am one of 2 that complained so far.)
To file a complaint online:
myfloridalegal.com >Contact Us>Scroll Menu, select Citzen Services, then click Go. I am one of two persons that complained so far.
2)
Division of Consumer SVCS
Call to complain: 800-435-7352 (Option#4 for a live person)
To file a complaint online:
800helpfla.com >File a Complaint> Telemarketing(do not click)>Click on File a Complaint Online.
3)
Federal Trade Commission
call to complain: 877-382-4357
To file a complaint online:
ftc.gov
These are all the steps I have taken, please do the same to catch these scammers.
XuXu
 Sep 04th, 2007
Other Tuscany Indus Numbers:
702-520-1214;
702-520-1117;
702-520-1119;
702-520-1122;
909-842-8155;
Currently Reporting Now.
XuXu
 Sep 04th, 2007
received call from 888-322-1122 on June 06,2007
time 1:52 PM, I did not pick up
thinking it was my idiot supervisor from werner
enterprises 800 forced
dispatch, signed 354351(yes,I am just a number) MATRIX ,LOL.
Oggy
 Jun 20th, 2007
got two calls from same caller id. one number was 218-741-1122 the other was 218-741-1123
I was not home for either call, but I don't bank with any bank by that name. Sounds fishy to me.
bk
 Mar 21st, 2007
everyone who gets called from this number should call the ontario police
1-888-310-1122 and report it. They called me multiple times during the evening now and I'm really p1ssed. Other number they also use for calling is 416-883-8951.
kt
 Dec 16th, 2006
everyone who gets called from this number should call the ontario police
1-888-310-1122 and report it. They called me multiple times during the evening now and I'm really p1ssed. Other number they also use for calling is 416-915-3309.
kt
 Dec 16th, 2006
Lately, I have getting phone calls almost every day, but the numbers have only 4 digits. Each time that I get a call, the number is different. So far, I gotten six different numbers. They are 1412, 1427, 1202, 1212, 1122, 1224. I have not answered them because I have been hearing so much about phone scams, plus about a month ago I was receiving calls from another number where the person was trying to offer me a free cell. phone. I found that number on website. I'm afraid that it may be the same people trying the same scam with different numbers.
april
 Dec 06th, 2006

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