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total microsoft scam.. pretends to fix your computer ..do not give them any info or let them get access to your computer..
Minnesota
 Aug 29th, 2017
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California
 Nov 25th, 2016
Very strange number. Shown on caller ID as out of area. Didn't pickup. I never pickup unless I recognize who is calling me. If they really want to talk, leave a message.
rich
 Jan 30th, 2014
This number has called 2 or 3 times per day for a week now. No message, and very annoying.
mb
 Dec 14th, 2013
I don't answer my phone and I let them listen to my outgoing phone message, which says: "If you are a solicitor or a telemarketer, please add 123-456-7890 (I state my actual phone number) t

o your do not call list. If you are calling for a member of the household, please leave a message. thank you. By law, they have to add you to their do not call list because you have just requested it. I very rarely get another phone call from the same telemarketer. Good Luck!
sl
 Oct 26th, 2013
Telephone Number 123-456-7890, Caller ID States Name of Caller is "Unavailable". Male voice on phone says he is calling from the Microsoft Help Desk.
Sheri
 Sep 29th, 2013
crazy number called at 7:08 pm
clive
 Aug 02nd, 2013
Serial Killers
Phill Niggerson
 Nov 15th, 2012
Unknown phone number, call sometimes.

-> Block the number
Someone
 Oct 14th, 2012
Scumball reported for violating the DNCL.
Greg
 Sep 08th, 2012
Got a call this morning from this number. When I first answered I was on hold. Then I got a guy with a thick accent telling me they were calling to fix all computers in my area due to something with windows, all he needed was my usernames and passwords. He said are you in front of your computer now. I said I do not even own a computer. He said oh in a shocked voice and hung up quickly. I bet he did need my username and passwords... Not a chance.
Me
 Jun 12th, 2012
800notes.com has 32 pages of complaints about this number. Many scams are listed. This number calls both Canada and the US.
rookaloo
 May 16th, 2012
You think somehow going unlisted will shield you from a trashy caller using an obviously spoofed number which is not NANP compliant?
Resident47
 Feb 29th, 2012
Calls around the same time every day. Nothing at the other end. Frustrating!!! I have an unlisted telephone number.
WLC
 Feb 29th, 2012
called twice this morning. My cellphone has been deluged with weird numbers since Monday morning. Verizon allowed me to block it.
lb
 Jan 18th, 2012
The caller with a thick accent informed me that my Windows computer was sending out malware. He said all I needed to do was turn on the computer and he would take it over and fix the problem. I asked who he worked for and he said Microsoft. I asked him how he slept at night knowing he was scamming innocent people. He got mad and told me that he was trying to help me, then I informed him that I knew the call was bogus because we have Macs in our house not windows. He hung up.
AMP
 Nov 04th, 2011
Strong accent- said he was calling about my windows software. This number has called about 4-6 times in the last 2 days. I asked them not to call again, but we'll see how it goes.
Nikki
 May 28th, 2011
In Canada, received call just after 9am from this number. The man had a very thick accent and I could not get all of his message other than I had to turn on my computer, then he would tell me what to do. I said that I had no intention of doing this, then he asked if he could call me back in an hour. I suppose now that I will be seeing this number frequently and will not answer it.
George
 Apr 30th, 2011
I am on the DO NOT CALL registry, so why am I getting calls from this number???
Paul
 Mar 09th, 2011
I had to put the false number above because it wouldn't allow me to put what actually shows up on my caller ID.

"0" shows up as the name, don't know if it is zero or the letter O.

The number comes up as ()-

They call multiple times, will NOT identify themselves, are extraordinarily rude and as soon as you ask any question they hang up. How do they plan on resolving any issue without identifying themselves? I WANT TO FIND OUT WHO THESE PEOPLE ARE so I can pay them if I owe them or deal with them if I don't.

WHO ARE THEY? I even had the phone company put the filter on that doesn't allow "unknown calls" but I guess putting your name as "O" is enough to get by the filter.

Any help please?
lordstafford
 Jul 12th, 2010
Have received 4 calls from this number in the last 5 days. Caller ID show Name Not Found, so we didn't answer. According to WikiAnswers, "This number is a generic caller ID number used by the SKYPE and possibly other VOIP (Voice Over IP) phone providers. Currently most calls made through Skype on a PC will show up on caller ID as 123-456-7890"
Urked
 Mar 17th, 2010
Bill collector
Tom
 Jun 02nd, 2009
I say we start giving them iformation, made up information - Like my name is Ben Dover and my social security number is 123-456-7890. My credit card debt is $1,000,000. My address is P.O. Box 0, Nowhere. If we all give them the same wrong info maybe they will be as annoyed as we are and STOP calling!!
Really Annoyed
 Mar 12th, 2009
If you take a few minutes to search on the Net about this topic, you can quickly realize that the Credit Card scam related to gifts and/or low interest rate offers has been going on since at least, 2003. I've read enough on this subject to come to the conclusion that these call centers (wherever they are located in the world) operate without any fear of being caught. They cause hundred of thousand dollars losses daily to the credit card companies and guess what? The credit card companies pass their losses to the users who are…you and me. As of today, these pirate call centers are still operating in full force across North America. They have found the loophole for escaping from FBI and RCMP. The typical “model citizen” usually reports the fraud to the attorney or local police. I have news for you. You can file as many complains as you want to the authorities, they just can’t catch them! You can threaten of reporting their annoying calls to the phone companies, you can swear, being rude, vulgar with them – They are the ones controlling the game. They just hang up (laughing) until they receive a call from the next gullible person (and the wheel keeps turning). Whatever you do or say, you won’t be taken off their automated calling list. The heads of these scam acts like a computer virus. They are very much up to date with the changing law enforcement techniques and like a moving target, they disappear in the field. You can find numerous blogs and discussion forums related to this scam (this one is one of them). For every thread on the Net that exposes their illegal activities, they have members posting a message denying complains of people who got ripped off. They introduce contradicting information in blogs in order to confuse people who are unsure about the legitimacy of their offers. They have fake web sites, fake names, fake addresses, etc. Based on these facts, I think the only thing that can be done is to interfere with their practices. How can this be done? By “putting a stick in their wheel", hitting the weakest spot – their need to grab personal information from you. I’ve been practicing for quite a few times now and you’d be impressed by how patient they become when they feel that they have you as a fish on their hook. Again, the only power you have over them is to spend as much time as you can to waste THEIR time. This time you spend with them is time that they can’t use for screwing other people. I've learned a lot from reading in threads on the Net. Here is what I started doing: the principle is to play the game of being interested by their offer, providing fake information, pretending, acting, and creating delays. I hear you say that you don’t know how to reach them because whenever they call you because your call I.D. shows: 123-456-7890 (or any other spoofed phone i.d.). Didn’t I tell you they were smart? Here are a few numbers that still work as of today: 1 800-501-0100 (to reach the vacation trip scam) | 1 888-786-6201 or 1 800-943-3250 or 1 800-961-9830 (to reach the MCS credit card interest rate scam). If you need more numbers you can with a little effort “google” the name of the organization along with in the search field and it should pull more numbers to call to. Finally, here is my recipe for a great "obstruction" session upon these scammers: 1) take a hands free phone (portable is even better as you can still conduct you home activities) 2) get them to go through their entire sales pitch by encouraging and acknowledging every once in a while 3) make it last as long as your time permits (they are the one assuming the charges of the “1-800” communication). 4) When you feel that they suspect your “game” (or when you’re bored whichever comes first), find a nice and polite way to tell them that they've just wasted 15-20 minutes (sometimes more) of their precious time stealing other gullible people. I guarantee you that you will get some reaction at the other end of the line. Give them a ride and flood their phone lines! Make their life as miserable as they do to us. HEARING THEIR FRUSTRATION IS A GREAT REWARD AND PURE PLEASURE. Don’t be intimidated if they threaten you of anything, they are totally harmless.
Fight back
 Feb 21st, 2009
If you take a few minutes to search on the Net about this topic, you can quickly realize that the Credit Card scam related to gifts and/or low interest rate offers has been going on since at least, 2003. I've read enough on this subject to come to the conclusion that these call centers (wherever they are located in the world) operate without any fear of being caught. They cause hundred of thousand dollars losses daily to the credit card companies and guess what? The credit card companies pass their losses to the users who are…you and me. As of today, these pirate call centers are still operating in full force across North America. They have found the loophole for escaping from FBI and RCMP. The typical “model citizen” usually reports the fraud to the attorney or local police. I have news for you. You can file as many complains as you want to the authorities, they just can’t catch them! You can threaten of reporting their annoying calls to the phone companies, you can swear, being rude, vulgar with them – They are the ones controlling the game. They just hang up (laughing) until they receive a call from the next gullible person (and the wheel keeps turning). Whatever you do or say, you won’t be taken off their automated calling list. The heads of these scam acts like a computer virus. They are very much up to date with the changing law enforcement techniques and like a moving target, they disappear in the field. You can find numerous blogs and discussion forums related to this scam (this one is one of them). For every thread on the Net that exposes their illegal activities, they have members posting a message denying complains of people who got ripped off. They introduce contradicting information in blogs in order to confuse people who are unsure about the legitimacy of their offers. They have fake web sites, fake names, fake addresses, etc. Based on these facts, I think the only thing that can be done is to interfere with their practices. How can this be done? By “putting a stick in their wheel", hitting the weakest spot – their need to grab personal information from you. I’ve been practicing for quite a few times now and you’d be impressed by how patient they become when they feel that they have you as a fish on their hook. Again, the only power you have over them is to spend as much time as you can to waste THEIR time. This time you spend with them is time that they can’t use for screwing other people. I've learned a lot from reading in threads on the Net. Here is what I started doing: the principle is to play the game of being interested by their offer, providing fake information, pretending, acting, and creating delays. I hear you say that you don’t know how to reach them because whenever they call you because your call I.D. shows: 123-456-7890 (or any other spoofed phone i.d.). Didn’t I tell you they were smart? Here are a few numbers that still work as of today: 1 800-501-0100 (to reach the vacation trip scam) | 1 888-786-6201 or 1 800-943-3250 or 1 800-961-9830 (to reach the MCS credit card interest rate scam). If you need more numbers you can with a little effort “google” the name of the organization along with in the search field and it should pull more numbers to call to. Finally, here is my recipe for a great "obstruction" session upon these scammers: 1) take a hands free phone (portable is even better as you can still conduct you home activities) 2) get them to go through their entire sales pitch by encouraging and acknowledging every once in a while 3) make it last as long as your time permits (they are the one assuming the charges of the “1-800” communication). 4) When you feel that they suspect your “game” (or when you’re bored whichever comes first), find a nice and polite way to tell them that they've just wasted 15-20 minutes (sometimes more) of their precious time stealing other gullible people. I guarantee you that you will get some reaction at the other end of the line. Give them a ride and flood their phone lines! Make their life as miserable as they do to us. HEARING THEIR FRUSTRATION IS A GREAT REWARD AND PURE PLEASURE. Don’t be intimidated if they threaten you of anything, they are totally harmless.
Fight back
 Feb 21st, 2009
Ladies and gentlemen,
If you take a few minutes to search on the Net about this topic, you can quickly realize that the Credit Card scam related to gifts and low interest rate offers has been going on since at least, 2003. I've read enough on this subject to come to the conclusion that these call centers (wherever they are located in the world) operate without any fear of being caught. They cause hundred of thousand dollars losses daily to the credit card companies and guess what? The credit card companies pass their losses to the users who are…you and me. As of today, these pirates call centers are still operating in full force across North America. They have found the loophole for escaping from FBI and RCMP. The typical “model citizen” usually reports the fraud to the attorney or local police. I have news for you. You can file as many complains as you want to the authorities, they just can’t catch them! You can threaten of reporting their annoying calls to the phone companies, you can swear, being rude, vulgar with them – They are the ones controlling the game. They just hang up (laughing) until they receive a call from the next gullible person (and the wheel keeps turning). Whatever you do or say, you won’t be taken off their automated calling list. I have to admit the heads of these scam acts like a computer virus. They are very much up to date with the changing law enforcement techniques and like a moving target, they disappear in the field. You can find numerous blogs and discussion forums related to this scam (this one is one of them). For every thread on the Net that exposes their illegal activities, they have members posting a message denying complains of people who got ripped off. They introduce contradicting information in blogs in order to confuse people who are unsure the legitimacy of their offers. They have fake web sites, fake names, fake addresses, etc. Based on these facts, I think the only thing that can be done is to interfere with their practices. How can this be done? By “putting a stick in their wheel", hitting the weakest spot – their need to grab personal information from you. I’ve been practicing for quite a few times now and you’d be impressed by how patient they are when they feel that they have you as a fish on their hook. Again, the only power you have over them is to spend as much time as you can to waste THEIR time. This time you spend with them is time that they can’t use for screwing other people. From reading in some threads on the Net, here is what I started doing: the principle is to play the game of being interested by their offer, providing fake information, pretending, acting, and creating delays. I hear you say that you don’t know how to reach them because whenever they call you, your call I.D. shows: 123-456-7890 (or any other spoofed phone i.d.). Didn’t I tell you they were smart? Here are a few numbers that still work as of today: 800-501-0100 (to reach the vacation trip scam) | 1 888-786-6201 or 1 800-943-3250 or 1 800-961-9830 (to reach the MCS credit card interest rate scam). If you need more numbers you can with a little effort “google” the name of the organization along with in the search field and it should pull more numbers to call to. Finally, here is my recipe for a great "obstruction" session upon these scammers: 1) take a hands free phone (portable is even better as you can still conduct you home activities) 2) get them to go through their entire sales pitch by encouraging and acknowledging every once in a while 3) make it last as long as your time permits (they are the one assuming the charges of the “1-800” communication). 4) When you feel that they suspect your “game” (or when you’re bored whichever comes first), find a nice and polite way to tell them that they've just wasted 15-20 minutes (sometimes more) of their precious time stealing other gullible people. I guarantee you that you will get some reaction at the other end of the line. Give them a ride and flood their phone lines! Make their life as miserable as they do to it tor us. HEARING THEIR FRUSTRATION IS A GREAT REWARD AND PURE PLEASURE. Don’t be intimidated if they threaten you of anything, they are totally harmless. I can’t wait to hear feedback from you all.
Fight back
 Feb 20th, 2009
This number represents calls coming from the internet using VOIP. Many scammers use this method to hide their location. Many different entities are now calling over the internet to try to get money from people or scam you. But this is what shows on the caller ID when a call comes over the internet. It is not just one company. We don't answer them anymore.
Number Info
 Dec 03rd, 2008
Je demeure à Québec, je reçois des appels à toute les semaines, j'en peux plus, d'où proviennent ces appels, je ne
comprend rien, c'est toujours en anglais..... à l'aide
France
 Dec 01st, 2008
this #123-456-7890 showed twice in our display!
Nikki
 Nov 09th, 2008
Who is calling re teh captain of your cruise boat??
Ray Amell
 Nov 07th, 2008
This number represents calls coming from the internet using VOIP. Many scammers use this to hide their location. I would not be surprised if other entities use it as well. But that is why the number is so strange.
Biz Owner
 Sep 17th, 2008
I am getting the same calls. They call until you answer. One even left a voice message to call back. DONT CALL BACK; then they have your number somehow they get it. I called and all they wanted was personal information and would not tell me what it regarded until I give the personal info. I DID NOT. Once you call your number (even though blocked) goes into some bank and then you start getting calls; even from a 123-456-7890. Interesting. And from a 999-999-9999. Who are they fooling? Not me.
Patricia
 Aug 28th, 2008
Mastercard or Visa...lower your credit...don't have either so don't know how they got my phone number. Hung up on me when I told them I didnt have a credit card.

No way of phoning them back.
Erin
 Aug 18th, 2008
This is a completely bogus # and a way for a scam artist to weazel their way thru the system. The message I got was something to the effect of "time is almost up blah blah blah, credit blah blah blah, press 3 now" Ya right. Press 3 and they get to dial long distance to Timbuktu on my dime. Sorry not gonna do it at this juncture. I have a feature on my phone that doesn't allow calls thru to my v.mail unless they can identify where they are calling from so hence the BS #. Just let it go to v.mail and DELETE!
Clamato
 Aug 03rd, 2008
On viens tout juste de recevoir (encore une fois) un appel provenant du 123-456-7890. Nous sommes innond
Michou
 Jul 25th, 2008
Anyone forging a bogus Caller-ID like this should simply be ignored and/or hung-up on.
bmw
 Jul 23rd, 2008
If he were in prison, he'd be the first to drop the soap, that's all I'm saying.
Conroy
 Jul 16th, 2008
This guy is annoying as hell seriously. I like to mess with him though that piece of trash.
wtf
 Jul 16th, 2008
It spoke to my voicemail.

"Press 1 to speak to a live operator and lower your interest rates..... sorry, that was an invalid response.... Press 1 to speak to a live operator and lower your interest rates..... sorry, that was an invalid response.... Press 1 to speak to a live operator and lower your interest rates..... sorry, that was an invalid response......."
thparkth
 Jul 08th, 2008
The telemarketer recording starts talking before the beep, so all I recorded was "...your eligibility expires shortly, so please consider this your final notice. Press 1 on your phone now to speak to a live operator..." I wish it was my final notice, but these scumbags keep calling back with a different phone number every time, although this was the first time the calling number was spoofed to something so obviously bogus. Definite scam. Never give them any information.
Michael B.
 Jul 08th, 2008
....quick, your warrenty is about to expire, this is your last warning. call spoofing
Chuck
 Jul 08th, 2008
Have received 4 calls to date. Last call was this Saturday morning. It's getting very irritating to see this number so often.
Bertha
 Apr 20th, 2008
This time, the phone rang again on their end when I picked up. someone came on and asked for laquisha and then hung up.
kathy mccown
 Apr 11th, 2008
Number kept showing on my phone. Left no message. Number called again when I was at home. It was a guy saying he was from Primus.Saying that he could save me money. Told him wasn't interested, he became very rude. Wouldn't listen to anything that I had to say. Had to hang up phone on him. My advice is not to answer the phone to this number****
Loretta
 Apr 02nd, 2008
I do not want to receive unsolicited calls from this no. anymore! Strange callers in the niddle of the night and early morning! GRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!
Ryan
 Mar 24th, 2008
It is an automated caller saying something like "there is no problem with your credit now, however in order to renew it you must contact us a.s.a.p. Press 1 to speak with our customers' service."

Very interesting, sounds like an advertisement or even scam. Be careful. Same call was few days ago with Caller ID 000000
Pirg
 Mar 23rd, 2008
I have searched Internet today as I am receiving few calls a week from this number. It is hard to trace as this is probably Voip or SKYpe generated call ... I have found this listing on the net .. but I am sure we cannot trust it as there is more addresses in Japan, Canada, UK a.. with same name and phone and email .. My bets bet .. this is telemarketing scam!

United Kingdom
First Name Enter your first name Karen
Last Name Enter your last name Gilligan
Address Enter your address 135 Main Street
Address2 Enter more of your address Whiteland, Westhill
City Enter your city name London
State / Province Leave on 'Select One'
Country Enter "United Kingdom" United Kingdom
Postal Code Enter your Postal Code AB123CD
Day Phone Enter your phone number 123-456-7890
E-Mail Enter your E-Mail Address karen@email.com
abakus
 Mar 11th, 2008
This CBE Group's CEO is Thomas R. Penaluna; they are in Waterloo, Iowa. They keep calling for my mother who died 3 years ago and they will not stop. They are calling before 9am and after 9pm. I don't answer when I see them on caller ID and there's hangups when the answering machine kicks on. I called the number back, using *67 before dialing in order to block my number, and told the guy who answered to stop calling before 9am and after 9pm or I was going to report them to the Feds. If you google the ceo's name or CBE group, you will find many, many instances where they've been in trouble or are being sued for violating some consumer collection fair privacy act or something like that. Go to their website, cbegroup.com and go to client log in and sign up for them to contact you putting in bogus info -- like company name: QUIT HARRASSING ME; address: do not call before 9am and after 9pm; I put in all kinds of crap in each category and when I got to email I put in 'anyone@aol.com' and for telephone number 123-456-7890. Maybe if everyone would keep sending info like this over and over again, they'll get the message!
NoAnswer
 Mar 07th, 2008
Received call on March 3rd at about 8PM P.S.T. Did not answer call, they did not leave message.
Lizard
 Mar 04th, 2008
I received a call from this number at 6:33 PM Central Time today, 2/26. I tried to call the number but got the "fast" busy signal as if it was an incorrect number. The group making these calls is probably using this number as a designated caller ID.
Wayne
 Feb 27th, 2008
This one was too weird to answer, and too weird to call back. Can that even be a valid tn?
Todd
 Feb 23rd, 2008
Got another call from 123-456-7890 aswell. Didn't answer them, seems like a weird number...
Unknown
 Feb 01st, 2008
the guy said he is from primus canada, but that number even call in the wee hours of the night, that's so annoying.
lyn
 Jan 30th, 2008
Casey is right, my husband used skype while he was deployed in iraq. and this was the number that showed up on my caller id. i think skype is free so it could be anyone, anywhere
Jennifer
 Dec 13th, 2007
123456789 is a number that shows up with calls originating from the Skype online phone service. The number is not associated with any particular caller.. I was using Skype and was told by people I called that this was the number that they got on their call display. I called myself and confirmed this.. With the very cheap rates for unlimited North America Calls with Skype lots of phone scammers are using their service with no whay of knowing who is calling. :-(
Casey
 Oct 26th, 2007
Phone rang twice.picked up, no answere.Looked at number and thought it mighty strange!I did not dial back for fear of running up charges on my bill.
owl
 Oct 18th, 2007
Woke me up this morning, and no one was there, there was a static and crackling in the phone. I chalked it up to spirits calling the house, but now I am gonna be angry if its some politican. If its a scammer, they need to try someone else, because I am not stupid.
Michelle
 Oct 05th, 2007
THIS IS PRIMUS!! I got a rep on the phone wo was very rude. I asked him if he knew what number showed up on my caller id... he said "YES AND ITS LEGAL" , I work for a marketing company and am aware that as per crtc regulation you must provide a contact number for us as the consumer to call back to be removed from the list. Rep ended up hanging up on me when I got ticked, then two min later called back and hung up then called 15 min later and hung up on me again. Reported to the CRTC as illegal...plus the guy couldnt even speak english!
Sarah
 Sep 25th, 2007
To barbara, et al:

That 'sysops' link you pasted is actually nothing. In the old days of modems before the internet people used to run 'BBS' software. The people who ran this software were called 'sysops'. The 000-000-0000 convention was there just to imply the sysop didn't want their number published or publically available.

What's actually going on here is probably a VOIP line. For instance Skype phone calls show up as 1-123-456-7890. I don't know much about it, but technical details can be found by searching "caller id spoofing" on google and checking the wikipedia article, and "orange boxing".
Anonymous
 Aug 29th, 2007
Oh and I am alarmed that they knew my name. I have an unlisted number.
Renee
 Aug 28th, 2007
Just got a call from this bogus number claiming they were from a "Fraud Recovery" company and they will help me to recover the funds that were taken from my account. The man with a very hard to understand Indian accent then asked me how much money has been taken from my account in the last 6 months and I said, "None, I don't know what the hell you are talking about". He then said, "Ok, thank you", and hung up. WTF?!
Renee
 Aug 28th, 2007
I got two calls for the first time today. I thought the number would be some stupid survey thing, because of the wird number. I answerd, and they asked for someone like Freddy Crouger, but with the accent I really couln't be sure because of the accent. I shrugged it off, and said you have the wrong number, and still thinking it was a credit card company I said my last name, and then I said my age, seems really bad now looking back on it. Then he asked if I had a boryfriend, and I asked him to repeat, now I thought it was really odd. And he said do you have a boyfriend, clear this time. And then I felt weird and said who is this, and then he asked if I wanted to be his girlfriend. I was like omg... and hung up. They called back at seven, but no one was here to answer the call. They did not leave a messege. I shrugged it off thinking it was probally my sisters friends trying to play a prank ( she hangs out with retards, and some of them just had a falling out ) But I wanted to look it up because I thought it was so weird, and this is what I found.
Jill
 Aug 24th, 2007
Got two calls today about the same info that my bank account had been comprimised and they would like to know which account to put my money back to. I played along with them for a while and was told I had lost $600 in past couple years. I told them to send me the information in the mail. Its kind of funny, while I was typing this message I got a call from them again, I told them to send me a check instead of putting the money in my account. Accordingly, their company policy is not to send out checks. Three different calls with the same accent. BTW, the name of the company is First Shield Network of New York. Check it out there is not such company. People be aware.
Elaine
 Aug 23rd, 2007
This call was really strange, the gentleman on the other side of the line state that he got my number from the credit union and stated that he knew I got scam before and from my understanding wanted my information of my bank to put the money that I was scam of back into my account, he ask for my account Number which I didn't give and I hung up the phone..Believe it or not they contiune to try and I continue to hang up....
Nereida
 Aug 18th, 2007
I received approximately 8 calls from this number. When I answered someone in an Indian (dot not feather)accent told me my bank account had been compromised and money removed. I asked him what bank my account was with and he could not answer me. He said he needed my account number to return my money. I told him not to call back. SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!
Nathan
 Aug 14th, 2007
Called and said some one had taken money out of our bank account and needed to know our account number to put it back in. CRAZY?????
Clarica
 Aug 03rd, 2007
My wife picked up the phone, and a soft spoken female asked her if I was home (by name)she told the woman that I was out and ask if she would like to leave a message, the woman replyed " no... I really need to talk to Joseph". Now thats F!cking creepy.
Joseph
 Jun 28th, 2007
Recording asking to press 1 to vote "no" on a bill being voted on in Wash. D. C. today.
Bill
 Jun 21st, 2007
I don't answer phone numbers that are so obviously stupid. And they never leave a message.
Dan
 Jun 15th, 2007
So far today they have called three times. When machine comes on they hang up.
Sharron
 Jun 14th, 2007
received it two times now. no message. how do i block it?
jm
 Jun 11th, 2007
This is some foreigner from India or something trying to sell drugs. He calls and calls and calls and calls and will not quit calling no matter what you tell him. Next time we are going to tell him that we are going to cut his f***ing head off! if he calls again! Maybe he will understand that!
Mary
 Jun 08th, 2007
Some guy with accent saying he was from Grant or Grand something Source.Very hard to understand what he was saying, I had asked to speak with someone who could speak clear English. Didnt wanna be rude or sound rascist but didnt wanna be screwed from someone overseas as well.I think he got pissed cus he just hung up but get called from this number at least 3 times a day on my cell. How they got it, have no idea!
Anyway if you all dont know the drill you can file complaint with fcc at

https://esupport.fcc.gov/form1088/consumer.do
Alex
 May 19th, 2007
Called 2x today. Left message "hello, hello?" was all they said both times they called. Strange indeed.
TB
 May 18th, 2007
They call 4 times a day every day!
dennis
 Apr 16th, 2007
Called twice, both times failing to leave a message. Showed on Caller ID as "1123-4567890"
Heath
 Apr 13th, 2007
I received a call from this number twice today (31 Jan 07). Both times no message was left. I would not answer the call since the number looked suspicious. It was listed as "Unknown Caller."
Billy
 Jan 31st, 2007
This number called me a couple months ago I didnt pick up (dont pick up numbers I dont recognize) and they left a message. It was very strange, the people spoke a different language except "Mr Cavanaugh are you there?" thought the number was very strange and have been wondering about it still to this day.
Jillian
 Nov 27th, 2006
Received 11/05 @ 2:52pm; very curious b/c I wouldn't think 123 is a valid area code. Is this an insider from phone company doing this?
Jen
 Nov 12th, 2006
Appeared on caller id, too wierd to answer, so I didn't. Didn't leave a message
Robert
 Nov 07th, 2006
No message - called on election day at 3:10 p.m. We already voted so likely not a legitimate GOTV vote
myrealname
 Nov 07th, 2006
This was a political message in my area. However, it must be some kind of "phone proxy" because this is not their real number.
Jeff
 Nov 06th, 2006
Mine was a recording of Rush Limbagh telling me to vote Republican. If that's the best the party can do, they need more than some stupid automated phone call.
Kim
 Nov 05th, 2006
This number called and left a message. It was a recording by Harold Ford, Jr., drumming up support in the upcoming Tennessee Senatorial seat on Nov 7, 2006.
Politics Ugh
 Nov 05th, 2006
phone rang and hubby say's have you ever seen a phone number with 1234567890 on it?? and i say no, you gotta be kidding right. answering machine picks up and it is a political message. so i think great, not only is it all over the tv and newspapers, but now at home too! hey, if you want to have people support your cause great, but don't call me at home and don't call during dinner!!!!
vic
 Nov 04th, 2006
Received 2 calls so far today, didn't answer and they didn't leave a message. Yeah, no such Area Code and the #s 1234567890, so PHONEY. Come on someone needs to stop this crap, I hate election time, thank God for caller I.D.
Rusty 1
 Nov 04th, 2006
Phone company says 123 is not a valid area code. Number is obviously fabricated.
emo
 Nov 04th, 2006
This was a recorded political "message."
Annoyed
 Nov 04th, 2006
Didn't answer, they left no message. The phone company needs to make ALL numbers show on caller ID!! And a place to prosecute the offenders. This is obviously a "faked" call.
KC
 Nov 04th, 2006
Called back system operator message the number you are dialing can not be completed as dialed WTF how'd they call me then... didn't asnwer it to begin with
Alan
 Nov 03rd, 2006
An automated message claiming to be Pat Boone and was supposed to have sent me something in the mail. Scam? Probably. Phone number is an obvious fake.
Chuck
 Nov 03rd, 2006
Hangs up when answered
Randy
 Oct 11th, 2006
Really suspicious numbers. I got this call and picked up and a guy was on. He told me he was calling from Canada and seeing if I had called him. I had never called anyone in Canada, and told him so, then hung up. Then he called my house about 15-20 times after I hung up and I never answered. It was quite irritating.
I have no idea what this is, but I believe it's a scam. I suggest that you don't answer if you get this call because they may charge by the minute, who knows.
Shadow
 Aug 10th, 2006
This is really a strange numbers that i got from my cell phone called me at 4:30pm. I wonder if anyone has ever had this number call from.
Andrew
 Jan 19th, 2006

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