Automated call that says it is not an advertising call, but then clearly is. Does not give company name. My phone is registered, thus they called me in direct violation of the Do Not Call database, and I have filled a complaint on the donotcall.gov website. The automated message also gave no option by which I could ask them to stop calling.
home security system telemarketing call. they've called numerous times in last 4 months even though my # is on the DNC list. i've asked repeatedly to stop calls and i got hung up on again when i told rep i was finally filing a complaint.
202-495-7111 "Business Service" which is based out of Washington DC. Company cross checks to Resource Advisors LLC, which is apparently owned by another company called Odd-Even Bustnes. The company operates out of a residence located at 3415 34th Pl NW, Washington DC 20016, and is apparently owned and operated by a Simon Johnson. Johnson bought the house with a Mary Kwak on 06/12/2007 for nearly $1.9M. They have at least one (and possibly two) adjustable mortgages for approximately $900K, and there's a second possibility of another $1.2M. All of the above would need to be completely verified, but it's from fairly reliable resources. All home land line phones have been disconnected, otherwise I'd have no problem publishing them here. Nothing is better than calling a telemarketer at home when they're eating dinner, but in this case, alas, there is nothing to report. There's a Sally Acharya that is also somehow connected with the company, but it's unclear whether she still is or not.
All of the above is in the public record somewhere, so there's no problem putting it here for all to see. However, my personal message to Mr. Johnson is that there are people out there who have resources far beyond those of mortal men, to find you, call you and pester the living hell out of you and everyone you know or do business with. Stop calling with your robocall machine or you will be surprised beyond belief when you start receiving telemarketing calls from an entire group of telemarketing companies at your relative's residence. We also have the ability to track down where they work and then arrange to have robocalls sent to where they make a living.
Second cold call within the week from a vendor of home security systems. When questioned about regulations regarding solicitations to cellular numbers they quickly hang up. BS on these clowns...
some dumbass company selling crappy security systems...i reported them to the do not call website.
me in indy Feb 19th, 2011
Same as Ed below -- robo call selling security systems. I answered the call to get company name; the caller said she didn't know who the company was -- something about a National Promotion. She said she'd add my number to a do-not-call list. She hung up before she heard me call her a dumb b - - - h.
robo call regarding home break-ins received on my cell phone
Caller I.D. showed as Business Services. Didn't answer, they didn't leave a message.. thank goodness for call block.. these twits have just been added to my list
treasureheart Feb 12th, 2011
Didn't answer the call. Called back and received an automated message instructing me on how to be placed on the companies do not call list. I pressed 1 to be put on the list!
Message in Spanish, so I didn't fully understand it: Congratulations, you have won _____. To receive it, press 9.
When I did not press anything, the number disconnected.
A stupid c\/nt jabbering in Spic-lish.
agent would not give the corporate name. Agent gave me a fake address and a toll free number for another company. Per agent company is in Miami Florida, agent was rude and hung up on me.