Persistent calls from this person and associated persons from this number, keep wanting to fix my Windows problems; jerks!
Instead of a do not call list, how about the service provider actually shutting off their telephone since its an obvious fraud? That might be too simple a solution for law enforcement to deal with.
Privacy is a nice flag to wave around but the only person whose privacy is being protected here is the right of the career criminal to conduct scam/fraud activities without fear of being identified...
Someone called from the above number and I couldn't understand a word he was saying. If this was an Ohio call, the guy on the other end was either from another land or he was faking a real good foreign accent!
Another one of those calls with someone saying they're from some computer center and your computer is "sending out signals" or some bogus story. I've taken to saying, "I don't have a computer" since that tends to get rid of them the fastest. People, whatever you do, do NOT give these callers any info about yourself ESPECIALLY YOUR PASSWORDS! They want to get into your files and steal your info!!!!!!