This number calls my cell from time to time and when I look it up I see that at about the same time, or grouped together just earlier, several people have received calls as well. It is obviously a scam line and/or a faked caller ID number. The number can't be called back and I therefore recommend that it not be answered ever because of the risk of accidentally hitting a key which would allow a re-direct number scam to pick up your number for use. These people are crafty. If you don't recognize the number and don't know anyone at that area code at least, much less that exchange, don't answer. Try a callback but do not push any key on your phone if directed to do so. If your callback won't go through, the number or ID is re-directed or scammed. After that, feel free to blow a coach's whistle into the phone next time they call. Even if they use a delay system because they've learned, keep blowing until they hang up. You won't be bothered again. These foreign pharmacies have purchased tons of numbers from this country as have the foreign scam operators - email lists too. A little self defense is in order.
SouthernGrl Jun 18th, 2010