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This organization has called my home yesterday 9/12 and today 9/13 at 9:00 am without leaving a message. I do not give to any charity who solicit donations by calling my home without my permission.
annoyed
 Sep 13th, 2012
So here's a quick story for you: a guy from a nearby town kept getting calls from a firm that was peddling some form of insurance or another. He told them several times to cease, and contacted the proper authorities to no avail. Finally, when they called he threatened to go to their offices and kill them. The next day, he was under arrest. The scam artists actually had the balls to call the police on HIM. I'm not saying what he did was right, but it seems odd that no one could stop the calls, but HE was under arrest with 24 hours. The charges were dropped, BTW, with the guy's promise never to act up again. But he did do a night in jail.
Mike
 Jun 01st, 2012
Watcher, I don't mind being quoted but some attribution would be the polite thing to do.
901-881-9984) http://whocalled.us/lookup/901-881-9984

You might next time simply link to that thread, as I did when replying to you in another AICR thread yesterday.
Resident47
 Apr 24th, 2012
Watching the AICR phone call patterns ( I have them all blocked). I have noted a sequence of calling ( occasionally a two day skipping of calls). Calls come at different time of day. This pattern has repeated twice and appears to be repeating for a third time.. (Results this far from 19 days of monitoring). (I have assigned arbitrary letters to keep track of these)
C 202-540-5118
F (202)870-5859
B 202-461-3474
D 202-607-2927
A 202-367-9919
E 202-643-1991
Watcher
 Apr 24th, 2012
I'm also very fond of PhoneTray, Chuck, but I see call blocking as a last resort which does not kill the weed at its root. Some weeks ago I went ahead and sent a full cease-comm letter straight to Akron, via USPS Certified with return card. I had a few dozen choice words for their business practices and the layers of deception which can be found -- between the fraud inherent to some of their ''charity'' clients and the sheer profiteering of the firm which is hired to shake the donation cans. The extra kvetching was not a vital component, but my whole family has taken their noise for far too long.

The vital parts of the letter were the phone numbers to be protected, a summary of the calling activity I was protesting, a clear demand to cease the calls, and the twenty digit USPS tracking number associated with that mailing. My cease-comm was quite thorough, specifying that my numbers were to be added to a *master* no-call list, meant to apply to *all* present and future clients of InfoCision and any of its affiliates. It further stated an expectation that the no-call demand would be permanent and not be forgotten just in time for the next client's campaign.

The notice also requested a paper copy of the firm's no-call policy. It further demanded that any contact data of ours in their records is not to be shared, traded, sold, transferred, or otherwise passed along. In composition I did not reference any letter templates apart from my own. In fact, I worked for over three hours to be sure I would include all my grievances and all the ''gotchas'' I could think of. I did not stoop to cheap insults, nor did I angrily cite laws or make empty threats. It was plenty enough to describe what bothered me and what I wanted done to make me happy.

On the advice of the call center rep who one fine day was lucky enough to draw my response from the predictive dialer, the letter was sent to the attention of Steve Brubaker, the ''chief of staff''. Calls from InfoCision ended the day of that chat. Two months have passed and my phones were quiet while others in these caller forums continued to report calls about the same clients we were being pestered about.

That said, I trust this firm about as far as I could toss a deflated Zips football at InfoCision Stadium with both my arms in a sling. An apologetic cover letter, sounding mostly pre-cooked, came with the timely mailing of the requested no-call policy. It was, however, addressed not to the sender but the family member already on file, and not sent to the address I had specified. About 60% of the letter blathers about the company's so-diligent attention to legal compliance. The rest refers to regret that a ''call'' (singular) from the most recent client campaign may have inconvenienced us.

I'm still parsing its language, which is somewhat noncommittal about applying the request to all clients. My letter went to some trouble to describe an ongoing pattern of annoying calls running to the hundreds. I'm unconvinced my concerns were fully reviewed. Anyway, a few sheets of policy paper saves them $500 in a TCPA claim. Future calls will be converted into a ''donation'' to us at $1500 apiece.
Watcher
 Apr 24th, 2012
Watching the AICR phone call patterns ( I have them all blocked). I have noted a sequence of calling ( occasionally a two day skipping of calls). Calls come at different time of day. This pattern has repeated twice and appears to be repeating for a third time.. (Results this far from 19 days of monitoring). (I have assigned arbitrary letters to keep track of these)
C 202-540-5118
F 202-870-5859
B 202-461-3474
D (202)607-2927
A 202-367-9919
E 202-643-1991
Watcher
 Apr 24th, 2012
Watching the AICR phone call patterns ( I have them all blocked). I have noted a sequence of calling ( occasionally a two day skipping of calls). Calls come at different time of day. This pattern has repeated twice and appears to be repeating for a third time.. (Results this far from 19 days of monitoring). (I have assigned arbitrary letters to keep track of these)
C (202)540-5118
F 202-870-5859
B 202-461-3474
D 202-607-2927
A 202-367-9919
E 202-643-1991
Watcher
 Apr 24th, 2012
Watching the AICR phone call patterns ( I have them all blocked). I have noted a sequence of calling ( occasionally a two day skipping of calls). Calls come at different time of day. This pattern has repeated twice and appears to be repeating for a third time.. (Results this far from 19 days of monitoring). (I have assigned arbitrary letters to keep track of these)
C 202-540-5118
F 202-870-5859
B (202)461-3474
D 202-607-2927
A 202-367-9919
E 202-643-1991
Watcher
 Apr 24th, 2012
Watching the AICR phone call patterns ( I have them all blocked). I have noted a sequence of calling ( occasionally a two day skipping of calls). Calls come at different time of day. This pattern has repeated twice and appears to be repeating for a third time.. (Results this far from 19 days of monitoring). (I have assigned arbitrary letters to keep track of these)
C 202-540-5118
F 202-870-5859
B 202-461-3474
D 202-607-2927
A (202)367-9919
E 202-643-1991
Watcher
 Apr 22nd, 2012
Watching the AICR phone call patterns ( I have them all blocked). I have noted a sequence of calling ( occasionally a two day skipping of calls). Calls come at different time of day. This pattern has repeated twice and appears to be repeating for a third time.. (Results this far from 19 days of monitoring). (I have assigned arbitrary letters to keep track of these)
C 202-540-5118
F 202-870-5859
B 202-461-3474
D 202-607-2927
A 202-367-9919
E (202)643-1991
Watcher
 Apr 21st, 2012
I get calls from these phone #s:
202-367-9919
202-461-3474 AICR
202-467-3474 AICR
202-540-5118 American Inst
202-607-2927 American Inst
202-643-1991 Am Inst Cancer
202-870-5859 AM INST CANCER
griped
 Mar 07th, 2012
I get calls from these phone #s:
202-367-9919
202-461-3474 AICR
202-467-3474 AICR
202-540-5118 American Inst
202-607-2927 American Inst
202-643-1991 Am Inst Cancer
202-870-5859 AM INST CANCER
griped
 Mar 07th, 2012
I get calls from these phone #s:
202-367-9919
202-461-3474 AICR
202-467-3474 AICR
202-540-5118 American Inst
202-607-2927 American Inst
202-643-1991 Am Inst Cancer
202-870-5859 AM INST CANCER
griped
 Mar 07th, 2012
no message
okie ji
 Feb 06th, 2012
THEY HAVE BEEN CALLING 24/7. MY NUMBER IS ON THE DO NOT CALL REGISTRY.
BARB
 Jan 29th, 2012
This number, or a variant of it, calls EVERY day at various times but never leaves a message. I never answer & it's been going on for over 2 wks. now. :( Whitepages shows it's from Washington, DC. I'm supposed to be on the Do Not Call list. What a joke!
TJ
 Jan 23rd, 2012
Called again at 8:15 this morning! Not answering doesn't seem to deter them from calling.
pat
 Oct 31st, 2011
This group calls me every single morning at around 9am.
Geri
 Oct 31st, 2011
Caller ID is AICR. Its a Cellphone at 832 Yuma Street SE, Washington, DC 20032 3 bedroom 1 bath, William M?????? Negro age 40's & C?????? M?????? also known as Musad Jehaad and Jehaad Musab at Landline 202-561-3952. Also uses landlines 202-461-3474, 202-540-5118, 202-540-5123, 202-643-1991, 202-870-5859. Appears to be using a whole bunch of cellphones obtained with stolen credit card info such as 202-607-2927. Recently remodeled structure probably owned by an arab embassy & immune to US law
amos
 Oct 29th, 2011
Caller ID is AICR. It’s a Landline in Washington DC. Its AICR Also uses landlines 202-540-5118, 202-540-5123, 202-643-1991, 202-870-5859 and a Cellphone from at 832 Yuma Street SE, Washington, DC 20032 3 bedroom 1 bath, William M?????? Negro age 40's & C?????? M????? also known as Musad Jehaad and Jehaad Musab at Landline 202-561-3952. Appears to be using a whole bunch of cellphones obtained with stolen credit card info. Recently remodeled structure probably owned by an arab embassy & immune to US law
andy
 Oct 20th, 2011
Yet another call from same area code, different number, while getting child ready for school. Callers never leave a message. We never answer so you'd think they would have gotten the message by now.
annoyed
 Oct 19th, 2011
Called my home SEVEN times in one day. I use software I found, Audio Caller ID, to block all their calls and play them (or their auto-dialer) a wonderful fax tone when they call.
SilverFoxDan
 Jul 21st, 2011
Caller Hung up when phone answered
SGIFL
 Jul 14th, 2011
Scammers on a cell phone.
Mike
 Jun 26th, 2011
They call every day and never leave message.

Also call from:
202-264-1991
202-607-2927
202-540-5118
202-367-9919
JLM
 Jun 25th, 2011

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