It's Carnegie Hall. I went to ONE concert, and now I am permanently on their harassment list. And it's incredibly annoying!
Hey Carnegie Hall, It's not cool to blast everyone who ever bought a ticket for a show with phone phishing.
You need money? Don't you have wealthy patrons? It ain't me. You have to resort to this phone spamming to keep the doors open?
I bought tix years ago but never gave them my work phone number. They have been calling my office number several times a week over the last few weeks.
I have also had a lot of missed calls from this number during the work day. I am now trying to get on the 'do not call' list.
Thank you for the advice.
Yes, I once subscribed for a year's membership - and regretted doing it many times afterwards. Not only were they calling my work number frequently, they were also pretty unapologetic about it, almost annoyed that I wasn't always available.
Stay clear and don't pick up!
You can ask Carnegie Hall to put you on a "Do not call list" and if they're not total cads they'll comply.
Big Spender May 09th, 2008
Carnegie Hall calles me during the weekend, work, after work---please stop annoying. if people want to donate, they WILL---without harrasing.....
Makes sense they'd call me, I'm a subscriber, but annoying they hung up after getting answering machine.
Carnegie Hall called to request membership or a donation. Seems like they do that once they get a hold of your phone number e.g. through a ticket purchase.
I have a student subscription with Carnegie, but I don't want them calling me 5 days a week. I answered the call after about the 10th time, and the guy Richard was asking me about what concerts I like to attend and whether I wanted a 12 month subscription, etc. I pretended to be busy to get off of the phone, but I want to renew then I will. Anyway, if you have an account with carnegiehall.org then just remove your phone number from your profile and replace it all zeros.
I'm not sure why they called but I didn't answer. When I called back they answered "Carnegie Hall" which is a famous music hall in New York City. I'm not sure why they were calling but I was afraid it was to request a donation.