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I am on the no call list so I will report them.
Jo
 Mar 19th, 2009
No one on line... these are really annoying, because then I don't get to exercise my sense of humor. Try these things and have a good time.

I push many buttons on my keypad when it's a recorded message

If it's live body telemonkey, I ask who's calling and say hang on and set the phone down... wastes their time.

Sometimes when I feel like playing more I come back on the line and say "I already put the cat out" and some of these idiots go into their spiel anyway, and I say "I don't have a cat box, I put the cat out" and then laugh hysterically. That usually gets a hang up after wasting some of their time.

I like the idea of playing along and telling them I have a Maserati... or maybe a Jaguar or Hummer ROFLMFAO

"Success is learning to deal with plan B." ~author unknown
Jack
 Mar 16th, 2009
this is a company that claims to extend the warranty on your car or lower the interest rate on your credit card. It's a scam.
nancy
 Mar 16th, 2009
Red Rock Communications is a company that sells phony caller ID names and numbers to telemarketers - usually scammers - so you don't know who is calling you. Their website is www.redrockcommunications.net. Click on their Contact Us page and get one of the email addresses. I don't know if they work, but we could bombard them with emails! Hopefully they won't retaliate with a bunch of spam!
Carol
 Mar 16th, 2009
I can't STAND these guys, they keep friggn calling my CELL PHONE!!!!

I sooo whish I could see their face when the FCC pops up on their Caller ID!

Go here and you can spoof your Caller ID for FREE.. http://dwarfurl.com/cbf7f
TOTALLY LEGAL.

Everyone needs to call them and with the FCC's phonenumber 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322)popping up on their caller id
and make them FREAK OUT!!!
You can even change your voice to Male or Female!!!
GET THEM BACK
 Mar 15th, 2009
201-917-7312 ---- Darn!! I thought it was HGTV telling me I won the 2009 Dream Home in Sonoma, CA

NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Total scam!!
Deborah
 Mar 15th, 2009
Rec'd over 20 of these calls and from various numbers regarding the expiration of my factory warranty of my car. The stupid thing is that I haven't owned a car in over 10 years and the last car I owned was a used one. next time I'll tell them I own a Maserati and run them thru the whole bs before hanging up on them. I called back the number and got a automated msg. Im filing a compliant with the FCC at http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm
Jason
 Mar 14th, 2009
Very irritating robo call about car warranty. Call displayed simply as "Cliffside NJ" I tried option 2 (to be removed from list) I suspects it will make no difference.
Bob
 Mar 14th, 2009
Scam, report these people!
CP
 Mar 14th, 2009
This was only one of several calls received this week regarding expiration of auto warranty. This scam operation has called under various numbers all with different caller ID's---cellular call, toll free call, sales dept.
CLE OH
 Mar 14th, 2009
This is the third call in two days. Scammers about a car warrantee expiration, which is impossible.
nope
 Mar 14th, 2009
Scam artists seeking personal information via car warranty
nathan
 Mar 13th, 2009

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