I called the number back from a work phone and left a message to have my number removed from their call list. It was Landmark Teleservices. And I used to be a Washington Post subscriber so I'm thinking they are harrassing me 3x a day EVERDAY to try to get me to subscribe again. I just hit ignore on my phone. They never leave a message.
 May 13th, 2010
Constantly getting calls from this number. Never leave a message
 May 10th, 2010
Newspaper Telemarketing company. Their website is The following is pasted from their website:

Saturday May 1, 2010

Our operator may be the only representative of your newspaper that the customer ever speaks with. That places a huge responsibility on the call center you choose, a responsibility we take very seriously.

With offices in Fredericksburg, Virginia and Del Rio, Texas we handle newspapers of all sizes. Whether you're a small community weekly or a large metro daily, we will execute a subscription acquisition campaign to meet your circulation needs.

"Landmark has done a fantastic job for us for many years-"
-Renee Harris, The Washington Post
©2010 Landmark Teleservices, Ltd. All rights reserved.
(Phone) 210-829-1355 ( fax) 703-940-9167
News subscriber
 May 01st, 2010
These people call regularly but never leave a message.
 Apr 15th, 2010
When you answer they hang up
 Apr 15th, 2010
I had this call yesterday and I called them back. It was a telecommunications survey company. They called back again today and it is the same company but they are calling for the Washington Post. They offered to jump our subscription from a Sunday only paper to all week for the same price and after 26 weeks, it reverts back to just Sunday if we don't want to continue the all week service. Not a bad call to answer. :)
 Apr 07th, 2010
I called the number back and it is automated and says that it is Landmark, a telecommunications company specializing in surveys.
 Apr 06th, 2010
Has called off and on for months weekdays and weekends, mornings and evenings. Called ID says Landmark w/ a 202 area code.
 Mar 31st, 2010