At 9:00 p.m. 8/28/07 a man with a Southern accent asked for a person by first and last name, then proceeded to identify himself as Gary Oliver, soliciting money for "Special Olympics of Washington." He said something about three levels of contribution, one of which was "Medallion." When I told him to take this number off of [his] calling list, he said his manager would have to do that, said the manager's name was "Wade." The manager immediately got on the phone line, and said, "Not a problem ma'am...", started to say something else, when I hung up on him. The manager did not have an accent that I could determine. By calling *57 Call Trace immeditely after the call before another call came in, (it costs $1.50 to one's phone bill), Call Trace identified the number as 253-248-6408. When I tried to call the number, it was busy. My understanding is that by law, all one has to say is something to the effect of "remove this number from your list" and they have to, else the company when you report them to the Better Business Bureau is subject to fines if the company ever calls you again. You don't have to talk to their manager or argue with them to get them to remove you from their list. They also cannot call past 9:00 p.m.