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207-614-6174 is back at it again on Craigslist.org,and other classified websites, fraudulently 'selling' RV's, Cars, Trucks, SUV's, 4 Wheelers, etc. None of the items they claim to be selling do they actually own. It's nothing more than a Wire Transfer/Western Union money scam. They respond with info about it, but claim that it's located in another state and that they'll have it delivered to you via a shipping company and that you'll have to pay for the shipping. IT'S A SCAM! Don't fall for it. The number 207-614-6174, along with 203-443-1709, 207-307-0074, 207-307-0133, 207-331-4500, 207-424-0342, 207-447-9160, 207-808-l898, 209-713-7443, 209-800-8180, 210-399-4872, 214-612-2001, 224-585-9537, 228-265-0685, 252-256-9706, 254-307-1327, 256-273-9651, 256-580-6286, 312-585-2914, 317-324-8316, 317-420-2550, 317-520-2632, 334-357-6971, 347-501-6075, 360-443-7423, 385-200-8166, 385-233-3950, 386-244-7740, 404-594-7704, 406-281-7208, 406-668-1746, 432-827-8451, 443-692-7637, 443-826-9046, 503-386-8511, 503-770-6684, 512-253-3283, 512-273-4135, 512-309-8454, 512-355-6485, 512-359-7143, 515-465-1012, 516-730-4711, 520-356-8454, 540-296-4369, 567-343-5746, 603-837-4056, 619-719-1465, 623-252-2935, 636-321-7976, 636-364-8011, 651-321-7398, 661-425-0810, 707-362-8422, 717-256-1788, 718-626-5233, 727-777-4787, 786-322-4122, 805-380-6843, 815-219-7172, 818-827-6887, 818-875-0788, 832-800-3839, 850-684-2089, 860-442-0519, 860-537-0852, 903-385-7838, 913-583-2621, 917-283-2401, 914-295-6820, 917-724-0009, 917-727-6116, 919-917-9149, 971-205-2088 are all the same type of scumbag business - RIPPING PEOPLE OFF on CRAIGSLIST!
Not Important
 May 08th, 2015
Credit Card offer to lower interest rates. Numbers are disconnected. They are a SCAM. Scam is to get the Zip Code first and then say that they need to verify that one account is in good standing with a balance of $4k or more. The then ask for the card number and / or the expiration date. Finally they ask for the card number. Most of the time they will ask for the last four numbers of your Social Security number. Then they put you on hold and check the card using the phone number on the back of the card. I wasted about 15 minutes of their time giving a card that had been replaced. Gave fake zip code and etc. Waste their time if you like however don't give them a real working card number. Also the following numbers should be consider as FRAUD. 401-515-4756, 850-237-4859, 407-692-2286, 860-822-7440, 731-498-4058, 517-705-1117, 302-234-8558, 281-825-4439, 765-998-4712, 416-364-1111, 631-665-8769, 503-543-5471, 731-203-5870, 406-980-2030, 620-504-7452, 860-949-6352, 703-468-4703, 203-244-7440, 701-771-9654, 337-220-9635, 256-526-9650, 726-901-8575, 763-428-4712, 601-907-8542, 501-433-8509, 202-509-5548, 207-246-8509, 304-287-4841, 303-490-7410, 678-864-7418, 916-555-0077, 765-525-9654, 813 444-5700, 207-829-6517, 301-577-6523, 256-526-9650, 337-220-9635, 203-244-7740, 701-771-9654, 620-504-7452, 703-468-4703, 860-949-6352, 908-395-8442, 404-900-5101, 305-368-8209, 726-901-8575, 601-907-8542, 207-829-6517, 301-577-6523, 256-526-9650, 337-220-9635, 203-244-7740, 701-771-9654, 620-504-7452, 703-468-4703, 860-949-6352, 908-395-8442 I'm sure this is only a partial list of the numbers used by these scamers. Typically if you call the number they are disconnected. A search on google will display numerous complaints. KEY WORDS, Fraud, ID Theft, Scam, Steal ID, Crime, Fraud Charges.
Dale
 Mar 15th, 2014
Here's a quick and free way to send these calls straight to voicemail so you don't even have to hear them ring your phone. This works for Android phones, I don't know about iPhone but I'm sure there is a similar feature.

I created a contact and named it "blocked". You can name this contact whatever you please. (Telemarketer, Scammer, Low life, etc.) While creating the contact, select your menu, and check off "All calls to voicemail". Now, any number associated with this contact will not even ring on your phone and will be forwarded directly to your voicemail. In my experience, NONE of them have left a voicemail so these callers have completely disappeared from my life :)

Now - this is important. Any time a new call comes in from a suspect number, long press and "add to existing contact". Add the new number to "blocked"

My phone used to ring from these scammers about 4 times per day. After doing this, I've reduced the number of calls that get through to me to once per week at maximum.

Here is my list of numbers that I have added to my "blocked" contact so far. Feel free to start off by adding these numbers to yours for immediate relief from unwanted callers.

870-300-9852
631-665-8769
214-316-9648
323-204-7258
850-237-4859
840-348-6635
731-498-4058
860-822-7440
517-705-1117
302-234-8558
281-825-4439
765-998-4712
416-364-1111
866-406-5154
435-433-8745
503-543-5471
731-203-5870
406-980-2030
620-504-7452
404-291-3849
201-279-5864
203-244-7740
763-428-4712
726-901-8575
Mary
 Feb 14th, 2014
These fucks called again. I didn't answer because I'm over it. I too am on the DO Not Call list, which is usless in my opinion. I would love to hunt them down and kill them all!!!
Garret
 Feb 05th, 2014
I am on the 5 year do not call list. Why can't the FCC do something about these presumptuous people. I do not ever buy anything from this type of call and have no interest in having them waste my time with their nonsense.
Deborah
 Feb 04th, 2014
Rang 4 times and didn't leave a voice message. I am on the DNC list and I must say it is working very well so far. How many more nonsense calls would I be receiving if I hadn't signed up on the DNC list?
Fat Chance
 Feb 04th, 2014
I am registered with the Do Not Call Registry. No message was left. Cell phone Caller ID also showed "CT, USA."
Babs
 Feb 03rd, 2014
This credit card pitch is getting old
not giving
 Feb 03rd, 2014
they use a different number each time but same pitch, credit card reduction rate,, fat chance
mike
 Feb 03rd, 2014
Didn't answer since I didn't recognize the number. They didn't leave a voice mail, so I'm guessing it was a spam call.
Garret
 Feb 03rd, 2014

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