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Boiler room selling not so free vacations. Bottom feeders.
timmyj
 Aug 10th, 2010
This is the second time this number has called me. Same result each time; 'dead air'. No one responds, and after about 7 seconds, the line clears. Caller ID reports the caller as "800 Service"; and call backs to the number reach an automated recording that says "Thanks for calling back. If you do not wish to receive our promotional offers, press 1 to be placed on our do not call list..." I've pressed '1' until my finger is ready to fall off. They don't stop calling! I've repeatedly reported this to the FCC at: http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm and the FTC at: https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx?panel=2.
DaveInMinneapolis@hotmail.com
DaveInMpls
 Aug 10th, 2010
Third call. First two no one was there. I asked him the name of his company and he said Four Star Getaways and they are in Florida. I told him I would be filing a Do Not Call Complaint and hung up.
Ken
 Aug 04th, 2010
Got a call from 206-397-5092 on July 17, 2010 at 10:17 am. Dead air. No response after several seconds. Hung up. Caller ID listed the number as above, with the name "800 Service". I filed complaints with the FCC and the Federal Do Not Call Registry. Call back to the number did not identify a company or name, but instead made vague references to 'preferred marketing services" and suggested that I press '1' to be removed. I did, but past experience has taught me that this never works.
DaveInMpls
 Jul 20th, 2010

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