I get calls from this number often and never answer them. Obviously, those who have answered have found criminals trying to get information. Why does the FCC or the police not stop this stuff?
Get the calls every day ,no one answers the phone AND HANG UP.
This number calls with an automated credit interest reduction scam!
If you press to have it not contact you again, it connects you with a debt reduction/ credit card interest scam.
If you hang up, another number calls you back from the SAME people!
Be AWARE & BE CAREFUL!
It looked fishy so I did not pick the call up.
I would like if the police to take action on this . these are poeple that are trying to get all your information , where you work and other and they are harrasing our bussines.
BEWARE !! BECAREFUL!!
TENGA CUIDADO CON ESTAS PERSONAS , SON ESTAFADORES!!!
Im just recieveing calls at my job from the number (202) 481-3310 a lady named Suzanne - from a company called American Legal Collection, she is telling me that charges have or will be put against my SSN# if I dont call back in the next few min. then I a call will be place to my employer. I don't know half of the what she is saying I don't know what charges are being place with my SSN# this is the second time this is happing to me. Then she tells me to call back on this number, 516-668-0062
), this is crazy.
CALLED MY CELL PHONE.I DID NOT ANSWER
they are bad, they are saying that they want to conform your information for you to buy auto insurance. They are trying to get your personal information. When I ask their detail, they are not answer. When I call them back, can not go through.
Hung up before the 4th ring, so obviously does not want to get my voicemail
I've had calls from this numner raining in on us today, three times this eveing.
I got a call from some Indian accented woman that my Tramadal and Vicodin were ready for pick up from the pharmacy; she was very authoritative and wanted confirmation that this was my number and she was calling from the pharmacy. I asked what pharmacy and her accent stated "PHARMACY"; i asked her how she knew I was not a minor and peddling class 4 narcotics was illegal; she tried to yell over me that it was the pharmacy, and then hung up. I called back and it was a disconnected number.
BRING IT ON BITCH! called me again today and I missed the call. KEEP IT UP!
Anita Kernacs Jun 10th, 2010
This is a skype number. You can tell by the behavior - all inbound calls get the "default deny" behavior rule that the number is out of service.
An Asian woman called asking for a woman. Almost sounded like she was looking for woman "to work." As I inquired more, she stated she was taking a survey. I asked her to take my phone number of the call list (I am already on the do not call list). She stated she was not selling anything and would not take me off the list.
Christopher May 07th, 2010
I received a call from this number on my cell phone and the person left a message. It was not Creigh Deeds. The person does not even reside in the U.S., and he actually has the nerve to assume that I am stupid enough to answer the phone. He has also been sending me harrassing emails via the offshore online pharmacy. He can THINK he has control over me as much as he likes but I have read the last chapter of the book of Revelation, and this jerk who beat up his wife and now wants to beat me up does NOT win. He can harm the body, but he can't touch the soul. I will be answering to the Lord almighty when I die, and only the LORD. If this man even farts in my direction, I will email his face to the state police.
I believe this caller does not reside in the United States. I received this call on my cell phone and I was left a message and his name was not Creigh. The map shows the number originates from the Cleveland Park area.
Prank calls --on a Phishing trip. Beware...
ToneItDown Mar 29th, 2010
"No Name" called twice in a row @ 10:12am EST, 1/7/10. I called number right back and the standard "phone not in service" message with authentic tones and everything. However, the recorded female operator voice had an accent, perhaps British.
He called my wife on her cell phone and told her that our credit card account had been "temporarily deactivated", and she needed to provide him with "key information" to reactivate the account...
Mark Bulla Nov 16th, 2009