some bullshit server outside of all this nasa shit email@example.com and some crap about a western union 400,00o deposit awaiting my pick up
mskittypurrs May 28th, 2013
this number was on caller ID for couple days, variety of times, answered it last night, lady had my name, address, last 4 digits of a credit card number, wanted to send me a $100 walmart gift card, in exchange for purchasing "Blueprint for Success" for $40. With a full refund if I wasn't satisfied.
They've called quite a bit over last couple days. May be collection firm.
I doubt that this is truly a Dallas Texas area call. Why? 2147483647 happens to be the largest positive integer that can be respresented by today's 32-bit computer operating systems. I almost want to speculate that something in your caller ID software is producing this value. Either that, or the spammers who are making these calls are just using that as a fake value.