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Footnote: DanMcG reports that 225-255-0208 is the number on which he heard the recording "This is an important message to all Americans from Hank Williams, Jr." To this, says Dan, he ended the call. "Why listen to a message that no one wants to hear anyway?"
Cherryl
 Mar 24th, 2012
Dan, you got zapped by the same bunch that has been ragging my phone all day, 225-225-0208. When I picked up the phone just to hear what I might hear, a woman was talking very fast. I think it was a robo-call, because the voice continued unabated even as I barked like a German Shepherd (I do imitations of animal noises). Then I hung up. No doubt you have received four or more calls from this number over the last 48 hours. If you live in Louisiana, it is election day tomorrow, and the barrage of junk phone calls from politicians and political parties has been incredible.
Cherryl
 Mar 24th, 2012
Friends and kinfolk in the metro New Orleans area have been reporting to me that they are being deluged with political phone calls; tomorrow there is the presidential primary in Louisiana. One friend said that such a phone call from the 225 area code out of Baton Rouge showed up with a caller ID of "Hank Williams" (a country and western music star of decades ago).

Since before noon today, my phone has been constantly being called by a variety of numbers, either starting with "8" or starting with "2". I don't think the phone was intended to be abused in the manner it is being abused by political parties and politicians, especially as it is being ravaged as it is now. How do we get this loophole plugged so that this violence against ordinary citizens cannot happen again? I wish I knew.
Cherryl
 Mar 24th, 2012
Actual working number,first seen on 3-17, is 225-678-0208. From Cellco Partnership dba Verizon Wireless, Baton Rouge, La. ZIP code 70802. Could these numbers be "slave" numbers and the people no even be aware of how their numbers are being hijacked?
Cherryl
 Mar 18th, 2012
The facts are starting to fall into place. On 3-16, I got a call from 225-225-0208, On 3-17, I got a call from 225-678-0208. The reverse look-up for 3-16 showed "not in Phone Detective database". On 3-17, the reverse look-up produced the "helpful" fact that the call came from a wireless number in Baton Rouge, La. (I have written at length in other comments here at WCU, about how I have no doubt that lunatic neighbor attacks me by attacking my phone.) This is a guy who in the early 2000s tried to poison my dogs, had his friends vandalize my house, and tried to get me put in jail! I just keep quiet and wait to see how really serious his attacks against me are going to get -- and they will. I now have friends in high places, too.
Cherryl
 Mar 18th, 2012
Clearly, I am one of only a handful of people who seem to be getting calls from area code 225 -- or that are being reported to WCU. I have checked other complaint sites, and there are other crank calls from 225 being reported. But it is here at WCU that I seem to be the only person reporting from 225 (Baton Rouge, Louisiana). -- I have just read some of the stories about Chris Perron of Datboys Data Recovery; he is also known as "Charles the Hacker" of Belmont, Massachusetts. This may help me get an understanding of why I seem to be being targeted specifically at certain times and days. Mr. Perron has his own stable of enemies. I do not have a stable of enemies, but I do have some lunatic neighbors who are involved with drug cartels. They are trying to drive me out of my house, even to get me sent to a mental hospital for a long, long time, as they have threatened. Both households have computer geniuses present, and they take delight in attacking me indirectly, through these junk phone calls (a lot come from 225). They do it to let me know, "We want you to know that we are watching you and will 'get you' when we feel good and ready." Well, I am not going to be moved. You can bet there will be more to this story than I can post here at a time.
Cherryl
 Mar 18th, 2012

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