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TeegOsecepace Oct 02nd, 2012
Register your cell phone on the National Do Not Call List 800-382-1222
. I did and this company stopped calling. They used to call several times a day!!!! .
Like I have said before time and time again.....don't answer calls when you don't know who they are. THEY WILL stop calling after that.
Homie G Squat Apr 07th, 2009
I've gotten several calls from these bastards. I have just hung up every time but this one. I am sick of them calling my cell phone so I waited for someone to come on the line. When the jerk answered the phone I told him I didn't want them to call anymore he hung up. This pissed me off, so now I am on the national do not call list. I hope they call me back again so I can make them cry.
I answered the call from 231-732-2335. Dead air for ten to fifteen seconds. Immediate, permanent bit bucket as Phonespam.
BTW for legit business people, check places like whocalled.us before accepting a new number for business line, personal phone, cell phone. Get a bad number, and never get through to your legitimate customers, friends, ever.
For telcos and resellers, this means you Lucre, clean up your act. You may find your block of numbers blocked and unsellable, unleasable, and next to worthless. This will be almost as bad as not showing up anywhere in Google search results. We're serious about taking all your golden eggs, and the goose that lays them.
Real callers talk, call back immediately if dropped, instantly announce themselves if unfamiliar to the called party, or instantly announce themselves as a current contact of the called party.
*Everything* else is Phonespam.
I also want to point out that these people seem to work 24/7. I've received calls on my cell at ungodly hours of the morning.
I received the call on my office phone line. I stayed on the line until someone picked up;
Caller: Can I have the make, model and year of your car?
Me: Well I was hoping you could tell me that. I just got this call saying my warranty has expired and I don't know which car it's talking about.
Caller: Well it depends on the make, model and year of your vehicle.
Me: What I'm saying is, I have multiple vehicles, so I don't know which one you're talking about. I mean, you did call me, I'd assume you'd know which warranty of mine had expired...
I want to record it next time, I love messing with these guys and keeping them on the phone as long as possible.
Automated spam pushing fraudulent auto warranties.
It doesn't matter when you bought a car or from whom... they are cold-calling anyone they can. I've gotten two dozen calls... and I don't own a car. And they WILL NOT remove you from a list.
Another one of the daily calls I receive for an auto warranty renewal. I pray for these people. They spend their days stealing from others. The devil surely lives in their homes and surrounds their families. Whatever their burden, I hope some kindness comes their way to help them.
I get them too. I bought a Jeep from CarMax back in December 2005. The warranty ran out in spring 2008. I'm not sure what company provided the warranty. I've been getting these warranty calls "Final notice" (I wish!) calls every day from random numbers also. This happens to be the number that called me Sept 18.
automated message from "Anne" about extended auto warranty. Said press "1" to speak to live rep. No option to have number removed from their call list. I hung up.
For the past 2 months every day around 10:30 am I receive calls from this number trying to sell me extended Auto warranty. I held on today and received a sales person (starts off automative) and I told him " First let me ask very kindly to take me off their list. The A H--- hung up on me!