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Company is IC Systems a debt collector calling for someone who no longer lives here. They ignore requests to stop calling.
resilient
 Feb 17th, 2011
Political surveys are one exemption that defeats the Do Not Call list. Just don't answer. One trick that has worked for me is to pick up and immediately hold down the 0 key for 5-10 seconds. Make them hang up on you.
Will Sterr
 Apr 22nd, 2010
Caller left msg on answer set. Per Caller ID this was Boivr2010RSRCH
Walt Parsons
 Apr 15th, 2010
Getting repeated calls from this number with no message being left.
asoutherngal
 Apr 14th, 2010
This number has been spam calling every line at our office for 5 minutes straight tying up all incoming lines.
Anon
 Apr 14th, 2010
208-758-0239 called my cell and it was survey asking if i'm registered to vote. I sent it to voicemail.
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 Apr 14th, 2010
I got this call to my cell as I was driving home from work at 5:33 pm. I didn't recognize it so I immediately sent it to voicemail. The auto recording says "This is a public service call. We may call again." Thanks to Peacefull for the suggestion to restrict calls. I hadn't even thought of that before! I'm glad my cell has that feature and I sure did use it on this number! You can register any phone number (even a cell) with the Federal Do Not Call List. Violators can be reported through www.donotcall.gov which I'll be doing against this solicitor. Just a friendly FYI.
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 Apr 13th, 2010
Having problems with irritating callers on your cellphone? Try checking out your phone's Settings.

There may be a Setting for Restricting Calls. If so, you may be able to set your Outcoming to All, so that you can call whoever, and restrict your Incoming to Contacts only, so that you're only receiving calls from people who you want to speak to. Just a thought.

Oh, and by the way, if you do restrict Incoming to Contacts only, you won't know when non-Contacts are calling. They'll think that they're irritating the hell out of you, even though they're really not, and, if you want to, you can always still pick up messages from them when you check your voicemail.

Hope that this helps, and have a good year. : )
Peaceful1
 Apr 10th, 2010
anyone have an idea on this number and how to stop them
paul
 Apr 10th, 2010

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