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My mistake, it identifys itself as IMS not IMF - doesn't make any difference, I want them to stop calling.
M BOyd
 Jun 02nd, 2010
You cannot return the call because if you do it says the number is not in service. How do you get them to stop calling?
M Boyd
 Jun 02nd, 2010
They have been harrassing and using profane language
Nora
 May 22nd, 2010
They have been calling 3 times a day for the past couple of weeks! It's maddening. When we answer, no one responds. After reading some of these, I'm glad no one has responded because we wouldn't want to have to deal with that.

I googled the name that came on the caller id which was "IMS" and found a website that has to do with credit card processing... I'm sure it's probably that (www.ims.com) because when i tried calling the number back it said that's what it was for. UGH!
R
 May 20th, 2010
very rude, asked to take number of list and they got even ruder and called me ignorant
william r
 Apr 21st, 2010
They asked about my wife, and if she was attractive?
BOB
 Apr 21st, 2010
Got several calls.. finally answered.. This is Mrs. Graham she says and states that she's with the qualification dept. for Visa/Mastercard. I ask if she's with a Bank? No.. we are not a bank or VISA/MC but we work w/ them. I said nice try and told her I don't think so.. then googled the number and found this site.. My spidey senses were tingling lol.
Syracuse_CNY
 Apr 08th, 2010
This number calls several times a day. Normally, no one is on the other end. Today, some one was and they were very rude to me. The lady asked for my husband and when asked for more information the lady went off on me. Don't ever answer this call.
amp
 Mar 25th, 2010
Do NOT tell this company anything when they call. They called my 23 year old daughter a "b****" when she asked them to identify themselves and hung up on her. I have filed complaints, added my number to the do not call registry, and everything else I can think of. From what I've researched, this number is not even out of Seattle, Washington, which is the 206 area code. They spout off financial information that may or may not belong to you, call repeatedly, and will not stop calling after you ask them to.
AG
 Mar 22nd, 2010
Don't sweat it. They're randomly calling numbers hoping to pry information out of someone. Have some fun with them and waste their time.
DJ
 Mar 15th, 2010
The caller ID said IMF.

They have repeatedly hung up. This last time, I spoke to them. They were seeking another member of the household. They refuse to identify themselves and refuse to leave a message.
Carol
 Mar 12th, 2010
They've called me everday for weeks and when I answer, I say hello about 5 times and no one ever responds so I hang up. Bunch of minimum wage scumbags who have nothing better to do with their lives than make prank phone calls all day. I'm sure they'll get far in life. Or maybe they're just perverts who like the sound of my voice. To bad it's illegal to hunt them down like animals.
BJ
 Mar 11th, 2010
This company has been calling and claims being able to help with credit card balances and I advised them that I was not interested, to please take me off their calling list the fellow said a pretty nasty thing and then HE hung up. I do not answer the phone anymore when the number comes up on my caller i.d. But they continue to call nearly daily.
R Duren
 Mar 11th, 2010
Said wanted to help lower my creditcards, said I didn't have any, take us off list said I said thanks and hung up. They called back and said they had to by law tell me they were turning me over to a collection agency. Very nasty.
Mrs
 Mar 03rd, 2010
Receive multiple calls from this number from someone who claims to be looking at my credit report ans wants to help me lower my interest rates on my credit cards. When I tell them that I pay off my card each month, they get quite nasty and inform me that that is not possible, given my balance. They have a person with the same last name but different first name and they keep insisting that I am this person, no matter how many times I tell them I am not. They then tell me all about this person's financial situation and say things like, "Does this ring a bell?" When I still insist that they have the wrong number, the persist and start saying that their information is not wrong. In this age of identity theft, I would be very upset if I was the person they think they are reaching to know that they share his financial information with a complete stranger over the phone. They refuse to take my number off of their list and continue to call at all hours.
gabe
 Feb 05th, 2010
Recieved a call from this company asking about my credit cards and interest rates and how they could lower them for me. then they wanted my credit card number...? I said no thanks and they were quite aggressive and eventually hung up on them. Not sure if it is a scam or not but doesn't sound too legit.
Mr.
 Jan 27th, 2010

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