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Brian, I think it's likely your rep was trying to create an Established Business Relationship from thin air, thus making the call seem legal. Working from an outdated list of leads, even if true, would not cut it.

My comments from two years ago in a thread linked below fills in some background on these alarm sales creeps, and the ''Stop Tom'' site gives you an idea of the current messy state of the problem.

401-401-0125) http://whocalled.us/lookup/401-401-0125
http://stoptomwithhomeprotection.wordpress.com
Resident47
 Sep 12th, 2012
received two calls about 1 day apart from this number. Identified by called ID on my cell phone which is on the do not call registry. The female person identified the company as GE Security. She offered me a "free" alarm system for my home and wanted to place a sign in my yard. When I mentioned the do not call registry, she started talking over me and abruptly ended the call before I could ask to be taken off their list. She said my number came from a list of "homeowners who had out of date security systems" I don't think my current alarm company would have sold my name since they would want to remain my provider.
Brian
 Sep 12th, 2012
Said they were calling for GE Home Security Systems.
J
 Apr 28th, 2012

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