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Georgia
 Sep 28th, 2017
This is the White House comment line. Used for call in comments by average citizens. It shouldn't be calling anyone. Spanned BS
Kentucky
 Jun 23rd, 2017
Called but left no message. It definitely is a spoofed White House number and a scam.
California
 Jun 22nd, 2017
Got a call from this number at 2:25 PM ET on 6-21-17
Of course, I don't answer calls from DC (Mainly because they're often spoofed, not to mention the primary reason I don't answer phone calls at all...)

I recognized the number almost immediately, but double checked. I was right.
Somebody is spoofing the White House number, now. Seriously? Are these guys so bored that they do this? :)
Florida
 Jun 21st, 2017
It is amazing but the talk was long
New Jersey
 May 16th, 2017
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North Carolina
 Apr 26th, 2017
It is the president president and it's fun to play with president president to talk slowly
Pennsylvania
 Sep 21st, 2016
This is actually the main number for the Whitehouse
Nic
 Dec 01st, 2012
This is actually the
Nic
 Dec 01st, 2012
I got a call from thus number. Some guy said his name was Barry and he wanted to talk a few minutes. I said ok, what's up? He asked me "what are you wearing?"- I thought this was kind of odd, but I just arrived home from the gym so said "actually, I am getting ready to take a shower, I just got home from the gym. Will this take long?". Barry then replies, "no, because I am right there...just describe yourself to me. And take your time doing it....I am soo erect!"
At this point, I am soo disgusted I said "WTH is wrong with you man? What are you, some kind of freak??" To which Barry replied "oh, man...my teleprompter just went blank. Gimme a minute. But, Art, don't stop...get into the shower and tell me about it" and started breathing all heavy...
I Hung up.
ART FINKLESTEIN
 Oct 02nd, 2012
Hey everyone, with the help of my local police department in Tuscon, AZ, I've proceeded to trace the harassing phone calls down to a business in Belmont, Massachusetts. I've discovered information about the owner of the establishment via google and I'm in the process in filing a law suit against this guy. From my research I've discovered, his name is Chris Perron and it appears he's pissed off a lot of other people and business owners (according to negative feedback on his Merchant Circle account as well as other places). You guys can even see it for yourself, just type the guy's name (Chris Perron) and the business (Datboys Data Recovery) into a google search engine, you can see that guy has got some serious problems and definitely needs psychiatric help. So long story shot, if you have also been receiving death threats and harassment from this guy like I have then please contact me via email so I can link you with some references to put this creep to a stop and end the harassment. By the way everyone, Satan destroys his own!
Please email me at anon09176@live.com if you have questions/concerns.on this, I have a lot more information regarding this.
Anthony56
 Dec 25th, 2011
Why.is.my.phone.equiptment.Being.bugged?
tom.b.day
 Nov 09th, 2011
this number
whitehouse
 Jun 10th, 2010
They're calling to try to make you feel sorry for their poor, struggling, billionaire health insurance company executive friends. I've picked up the phone twice (2nd time was this morning, Friday, Nov. 6th} and they've only left the last few words "will call back later". After finding this great website and identifying them, I'm thinking "whoa, effective robocalls, you weapons-grade idiots- yeah, keep up the good work!". I've tried to call them back a few times to let them know that every time they call, I call a different congressperson to ask them to vote for a strong public healthcare option but that phone number is always busy.
There is just no excuse for 45,000 Americans dying every year because they can't afford health insurance or have had health insurance denied and even cancelled (Cambridge Health Alliance/ Harvard Medical School study). My mom loves her Medicare and wishes that I could also have it. That's what she tells our congresspeople when she calls them.
Call your congressperson right now- they're trying to pass the House healthcare reform bill today or tomorrow so this is the best possible time to call. It's also the best possible revenge for these infuriating robocalls.
It's easy: Call the Capital switchboard (1-202-224-3121)and they will direct you to your 2 senators and your representative. They will directly connect you with one, write down the 2 numbers for the other 2 representatives and call them next. There are usually toll-free numbers but they have been shut down due to the heavy volume of calls today.
You can keep it simple "please ask so-and-so to pass a strong public healthcare option", you can also defend Medicare or the VA healthcare system, even better is to add a story of your own. A good story makes the most impact.
Keep trying if it's busy and stay on the phone if you get put on hold- it normally doesn't take too long. You can also look up their numbers on www.Senate.gov and www.House.gov. If you can’t get through at all today, call after hours and leave a voice mail.
Oh what the heck! Call the White House too! 1-202-456-1111. I did. You can too.
Sarah in NC
 Nov 06th, 2009
I told my family members to call me on my cell phone after 6:00 PM, then each night I forward my land line to 202-456-1111. I figure these calls will stop pretty quickly once these suspicious-sounding calls arrive at the White House switchboard in Washington D.C.!
Frank
 May 05th, 2009
They called me up asking if I have any weapons of mass destruction. When I said 'no' they said that I better keep it that way, then hung up.
confused
 Nov 04th, 2006

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