I have configured my VoIP to bitbucket this number but I can still see them calling and calling and calling and calling... they sure are dense.
Zen Student Apr 09th, 2011
Well, now this makes sense if it's a subscription service for gamer and similar magazines, because my daughter has had one or two in recent years. I thought it was some kind of political survey. They never leave a message, so who knows what their real agenda is as far as getting a live person on the line.
A San Francisco company which specializes in causing people's phones to ring. I've let some magazine subscriptions expire and now this company is calling to try to talk me into renewing subscriptions. Their web address is http://www.futureus.com
John6491202 Feb 03rd, 2010
I went ahead and submitted it before noticing that one person had bothered to see it had something to do with PC Gamer magazine. My brother has a subscription. But if they never call in the morning, good luck reaching him, cuz he just got a new job 1pm - 10pm.
I have 3 mags that are expiring, one being Guitar World, so the previous posts make sense.
I also began getting calls from Future Us at this number. I do have a subscription to PC gamer that is expiring so Craig's comments are likely spot on.
Phone rang and caller ID said it was from some company called "Future Us". I did not recognize, so did not answer. I then did a quick Google search on the phone number and found that Future Us represents a bunch of magazines including PC Gamer Magazine (among others). My son had subscribed to this mag, but then did not renew his subscription. My guess is that they were calling to nag him to re-up for another year. Not interested.