This was a survey run by the tea party with absolutely loaded questions. I will report them as a telemarketer which is what they were doing... marketing the values of the mean and greedy.
notrepublican Aug 14th, 2010
These calls are coming from the spineless wimps at NCO Financial who have nothing else to do but annoy and harass people. NCO Financial is owned by JP Morgan/Chase. It is now illegal to spoof call anybody, and comes with a $10,000.00 fine per count. Start keeping track and contact your local law enforcement to track the calls.
RATTLESNAKE Aug 10th, 2010
no message. i am ready to get rid of my land line, have been on the no call list for years
I get calls from the number several times a day. I actually picked up on one, it was a recorded "survey" about the new Supreme Court nominee and as the questions continued it was obvious it was not a legitimate survey of any kind. I work in market research and it's scams like this that give true market researchers a bad name.
I have this # on my missed call list on my BlackBerry. I have a pre-paid phone plan from Page Plus Cellular. I started getting these calls after I voted for an X-games motocross event via text to 43776. Coinidence? U guys tell me! (Since I started this message, I received another call. This time they left a VM. It was my local congressman.)
area code 208 is east coast - cell says I missed 3 calls from that #? - a couple weeks ago I got a cellspam in spanish - when I called back - intercept said the # was a disconnect? - how/who has that figured out? if you know - let me know, firstname.lastname@example.org
called my cell phone twice today (I didn't answer)
I don't understand the razon why are they calling Us bs
california Jul 29th, 2010
Why in the world am I getting somebody from Idaho calling me about being registered to vote? If they have any of my information whatsoever shouldn't they be able to figure out if i am registered to vote or not? For some reason I was under the impression that was public information. Either way, this is ridiculous.
Was a "recorded" political survey which never verified if they were speaking to an adult or a child and asked if they were going to vote followed by more and more questions. How can they even begin to call it legit?
aznetcowboy Jul 28th, 2010
Automated survey regarding WIC program. Starts by asking if you are a registered voter and then goes into some crap about the WIC program. I loudly stated that I was not interested (since your responses are recorded) and hung up. Let the POLITICAL phone calls begin.
Location in Idaho. political survey.
So we are harrasing the voters again. With calls at all hours of the day. Even when you can reach a "live" person they will not remove your name. it is a survey/poll.
B. Armstrong Jul 28th, 2010
Left no message, calling at least once a week, I think it's voter polling