Bot asked me to hold for an important message. A few seconds later a gentleman claiming to be AARP asked me about giving out my medicare number first, then asked me if I realized that giving out numbers involving medical things could lead to Identity Theft, Then asked if I have any medical documents laying around. I let him know I'm not on Medicare, I do know better then to give out any such numbers and that I shred all documents I don't keep in my safe. He thanked me for the information & hung up. His voice did sound disappointed. I have talked to AARP many times they have always been straight & to the point, this call didn't fit their profile. My brother told me about a Cd available from Amazon.com Called,
Had two missed calls from them in just a couple of days. I called back the number, they give the option to click to be on their do not call list. Since I have no idea who ould be calling me from Washington, DC, I clicked 1 for do not call. Simple as that.
This number has called several times, but never leaves a message.
Thanks Justin! I called
a couple of days ago and it worked to stop the calls.
Unknown person called while I was not at home and left no message.
Starts with "Can you hear me?". States they are AARP, doing a Medicare survey. THEN wanted my e-mail to send info. I told her I was on AARP's mailing list. That's when she said she was not from AARP, but paid by them for the survey. Told her thanks, but no thanks and hung up. It is a scam to get e-mail info!
Unknown company or organization. There was no message left to voice mail, and my call-back only reached recorded instructions to press one to be removed from the calling list. Call Blocker candidate, for sure.
Sometimes Dave Nov 12th, 2013
When i answered some guy asked if I could hear him. He then went into a political message as to why I should support Obama and wanted me to take a survey. Told him what I thought of Obama, which isn't good, and hung up. Seems to be a patter having read the other posts. I'm guessing a company for hire that does surveys for political groups.
Received a call a couple of days ago. Did not answer, but blocked the number instead. Today, I have received two calls that we're cut short with only a jingle ringtone since the number was blocked. My guess is this particular number will be taken out of rotation when dialing mine, until they incorporate a new number. It never ends...........ack!
2 calls from this number the same day. I don't know what they're sellin', but I ain't buyin'. Like we need another reason to launch a drone over DC.
Telemarketers, robocalling again. Nothing to see here, folks.. move along. (and block this caller before you go!)
Called the number back and it asked me right away to press 1 to be removed from list
I received a call from this number said they where from Delmarva power and was telling me that DMV power no longer provides they own electricity and they would need some information to give a 5 percent discount on my electric bill. I told him I was busy and to call me back, I did that because I am going to record him lying then bust his bubble in the end.I am sick of these calls, the do not call list is a joke. The caller Id says AARP survey which is a lie
I didn't answer the call, and there was a brief message on my answereing machine. A woman first said that I should wait for an important message, and then a man kept saying, "Can you hear me?", before the call disconnected.
This person rudely asked me to "answer 5 questions". They were all about "Do you support abortion, 2nd amendment, oppose obamacare". This was most certainly a republican survey as all the questions were very biased. After I answered all the questions, I asked her who this was, she said "none of your business" and hung up. I am so sick of these kinds of republicans.
202-803-4906 called, answered phone to an open line. I left it on speaker phone for about 2 minute, while i looked it up on google search, then a man came on and said can you hear me I was having trouble with my headset. I asked who he was with and what it was about? He started off with this is not a sales call or solicitation. I am with AARP and wanted feedback from members, bla bla bla. I said I was asleep and take my number off their list and don't call back, then I hung up.
Spokeo identifies this number as a telemarketer
It was driving me nuts getting these calls until I found this comment from another site of a do not call service at
for a small number of companies that call consumers that want to minimize complaints and save time not calling people who don't want to be called. Just give them the caller's phone number to verify it's on their list and the receiving phone number to add to the do not call list- quick and easy.
Against my better judgement, I answered the phone only to find no one was on the line. I'm certain it was an invitation to a White House function since Caller ID showed Washington, D.C. Yeah, right, sure...I miss the days when the phone rang it was either a friend or the wrong number.
Vote reminder message to vote (St. Louis, Missouri area) regarding a tax proposition for funding for parks from Citizens for Safe and Accessible Arch and Public Parks
Juanaquena Apr 01st, 2013