Yeah! I got that today...these jerks used a similar prefix, and the prefix matched royal oak but this is the ONLY number that lists the city in the caller ID rather than the name. If you see the city, let it go.......
Steve
 Feb 10th, 2010
This number is a collector. When they call, they put a different stamp on the caller ID so you think its a neighbor. The caller ID posts a telephone number that seems local and a nearby city. Answer that question, they dont identify themselves and they ask to speak with the person that owns the debt. You might know its them if the prefix for the phone number (first 3 digits) dont match the ones in your area and the caller id posts the city, state in all caps. This is a deceptive means to get you to answer the telephone.
Bill Nametolong
 Jan 28th, 2010

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