I recently bought my first home. I'm certain that one of the homeowners insurance companies gave out my number when I was collecting quotes. Because right after I began collecting my quotes, I started getting these calls on both my work number and my cell number - both numbers I received calls about the quotes on. They say what Phred stated on the robocall - selling home security systems I guess.
They just called my cell. I don't know anyone with that area code in their number so I didn't answer. They left no message.
i also received a scam call from this number
Gina Tyler Feb 19th, 2013
Got me on my cell and home 10 min apart how is that possible
pissed off Feb 19th, 2013
WTF happened to the DO Not Call Registry?!?!?!?
4:25 PM EST to Cambridge, MA from 240-249-2046 picked up on 4th ring and disconnected.
Robocall that stated: "The FBI reports a home break-in every 15 seconds. Your local police recommend you protect your home. If you will allow us to place a small sign in your yard, we will install a new security system at absolutely no cost to you whatsoever. There is no cost for the system or the installation whatsoever. To hear more, press 1 now. To be placed on our do not call list, press 9."
called...i didn;t answer. I looked it up and found this feedback. i called back and got recording. I hit 2 for take me off list
Called me 3 times while at work!
Called to state that if they could put a sign in my yard they'd give me a free security system. Clearly a scam.
They called twice. Pre-recorded message about "no-cost home security systems." Message states: "To learn more, press 1. To be placed on a do-not-call list, press 9." Called AFTER I requested to be placed on do not call list. Seriously considering consulting an attorney over this nonsense.
Got a call from FBI for free security inslalled
Recorded message about home security systems. I hung up before they finished.
GUYA ITS ANDREW MASTERSON
This number called 610 Allentown, pa area