i just called sprint, its a calling card issued by them
private party called--home line. not their home line, but a service. (see slim note below)
OneSuite (a great service, BTW.)
Making telemarketing calls using this service is illegal in the USA; F Marcos is mistaken.
http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/tcpa.html says : Caller Identification (ID):
If you have caller ID, a telemarketer is required to transmit or display its phone number and, if available, its name or the name and phone number of the company for which it is selling products. The display must include a phone number that you can call during regular business hours to ask that the company no longer call you. This rule applies even if you have an EBR with the company, and even if you have not registered your home phone number(s) on the national Do-Not-Call list. Before these rules took effect, the words
My grandma uses the One Suite Calling Card, this always pops up when she calls on my cell, but on my home caller ID it only says "Out of Area"
Racerxravy Mar 06th, 2008
Prepaid Phone card in New Zealand
call is from someone using onesuite.com canadian 800 access number
I just confirmed with my friend who is in Taiwan now - this number is from Taiwan with pre-paid calling card.
This is the number OneSuite, the internet telephone company.
I had also received a call from 267-983-0027. Who the F*** is this?
This was a call from a friend who was calling from Taiwan using DYNASKY pre-paid calling card.
picked up and the other hung up many times.
I also got this number few days ago, who can tell me what is it from??
There is a group in Colorado that is placing thousands of harassing (abandoned) calls to consumers.
Basically, they'll call you up to 20 times per day as part of a telemarketing effort which they are paid for by Sylvan, DeVry, Global Knowledge, CCI, Florida Metro University, etc.
What they do, they can do legally for 30 days - so be prepared for alot of harassment.
The phone rings, you pick up, nobody is there. This is called an abandoned call (in telemarketing lingo). What they are doing is putting out thousands of calls per minute, and if one of their telemarketing operators is available, they'll pick up on the other end. Of course, they never are, so your phone rings and nobody is there.
heard it is calling card caller id or something? any info?
Mao zedong Mar 27th, 2007
it's called a calling card everyone. this number is a calling card.
George Bush Mar 24th, 2007