Claimed it could lower my credit card interest. I'm only 16 years old. I don't have a bloody credit card.
JulietteBellamy Jul 19th, 2012
Apparently current regulations arent stopping these cum drinkers. Fuck you, Washington and Fuck you Indianapolis.
Scrotum Smegma Jul 13th, 2012
Is the Do Not Call Registry working? I'm getting a lot of calls like this and they are definitely telemarketers. Filing complaints doesn't seem to be slowing the calls down.
That ''worthless drain of tax dollars'' which ''does nothing'' for you personally has been instrumental in helping the FTC choke off several credit reprice scammers in the past two years. In November 2011 a ''Rachel'' scammer in Atlanta was facing criminal charges as her business doors were locked behind her.
The absence of enforcement of the Telemarketing Sales Rule is a pervasive myth propagated by people who think that a civil dispute strike force should zipline into an offending call center from a black helicopter every time someone's phone rings. You have to do your part, piling on complaints with the FTC and attorneys general. Individual action through a TCPA lawsuit would also be a strong suggestion, if anyone manages to corner one of these scammers long enough.
Resident47 Jul 11th, 2012
Don't bother to complain. The FTC Registry is a worthless drain of tax dollars. Instead, tell every politician who asks for your vote that you will not vote for him, and will tell everyone you know not to vote for him because the Do Not Call Registry does nothing.
These scammers won't give up no matter what you do. Can the FCC really do anything? I doubt it. This scam company shows a bit of sophistication with its tape-recorded message and "Press 1 for an operator" crap. I pressed "1" because I wanted to talk to some human or humanoid associated with these thieves, but instead the line was suddenly disconnected. Again, don't waste your time on this scam operation. Despicable con artists.
Since I have no Credit Card debt or any other debt of any kind I did not bother to answer. Filed an online complaint at fcc.gov.
Autodialled me on a number that is listed on the national do not call registry. When I got to a human, she hung up immediately when I asked what company she's calling with.
Picked up right after the second ring but too late, they'd already given up. This seems to be getting more and more common lately; two rings and quit. Too bad, I was waiting with a shrill whistle handy in case I got to talk to a human.