system
security
cell
free
customer
alarm
new
recorded
fbi
some douchebag says please press any digit to be removed from this list... who the F... is this??
dada
 Oct 17th, 2013
This # called my cell #oct 16 at6.23 pm, went on to say the FBI HAS REPORTED BREAK IN TRYING TO SCARE ME. well I will be speaking to attorney John Morgan ABOUT YOUR UNWANTED CALLS SO LET'S SEE WHO WILL HAVE TO PAY?
lori
 Oct 16th, 2013
They called my work. Recorded message for a security system. First words from the recorded message was..."hello the FBI reports...." I'm very annoyed!
Annoyed
 Oct 16th, 2013
270-883-3858 - annoying unsolicited calls to my UNLISTED cell phone. No wonder: despicable -- blame it on the providers themselves pimping our private lines to the highest bidder -- corporate greed => condoning scams on the populace: READ: "AT&T joins Verizon, Facebook in selling customer data"

Published time: July 06, 2013 03:50

AFP Photo / Etienne Franchi

THEME: Corporate news, Information Technology,Intelligence, Internet, Social networks,USA

ARTICLE: AT&T has announced that it will begin selling customers’ smart phone data to the highest bidder, putting the telecommunications giant in line with Verizon, Facebook and other competitors that quietly use a consumer's history for marketing purposes.

The company claims its new privacy policy, to be updated within “the next few weeks,” exists to “deliver more relevant advertising” to users based on which apps they use and their location, which is provided by GPS-tracking. Apparently recognizing the natural privacy concerns a customer might have, AT&T assured the public that all data would be aggregated and made anonymous to prevent individual identification.

A letter to customers, for instance, described how someone identified as a movie fan will be sent personalized ads for a nearby cinema.

“People who live in a particular geographic area might appear to be very interested in movies, thanks to collective information that shows wireless devices from that area are often located in the vicinity of movie theaters,” the letter states. “We might create a 'movie' characteristic for that area, and deliver movie ads to the people who live there.”

A June 28 blog post from AT&T’s chief privacy officer Bob Quinn said the new policy will focus on “Providing You Service and Improving Our Network and Services,” but the online reaction has been overwhelmingly negative, with many customers looking for a way to avoid the new conditions.

“You require that we allow you to store a persistent cookie of your choosing in our web browsers to opt out,” one person wrote. “No mention of how other HTTP clients, such as email clients, can opt out. If you really did care about your customers, you would provide a way for us to opt out all traffic to/from our connection and mobile devices in one easy setting.”

One problem for any customer hoping for a new service is the lack of options, smartphone or otherwise. Facebook, Google, Twitter and Verizon each store consumer data for purposes that have not yet been made clear. And because of the profit potential that exists when a customer blindly trusts a company with their data, small Internet start-ups, including AirSage and many others, have developed a way to streamline information into dollars.

The nefarious aspect of AT&T’s announcement is underscored by the recent headlines around the National Security Agency, which has spent years has compelling wireless corporations to hand over data collected on millions of Americans. Unfortunately for the privacy of those concerned, AT&T’s new policy may only be a sign of things to come.

“Instead of merely offering customers a trusted conduit for communication, carriers are coming to see subscribers as sources of data that can be mined for profit, a practice more common among providers of free online services like Google and Facebook,” the Wall Street Journal wrote about the matter in May.
Pissed
 Oct 16th, 2013
Security system scam. Probably run by the mafia.
Joe
 Oct 16th, 2013
Every time listen to the end (only 10secs or so)they'll say: "to be placed on the 'Do Not Call' list press 9." Then just press 9!
Maria
 Oct 15th, 2013
Emmanuel Lara


Called me to sale Seven day Protection Cream for Yeast Infections
Emmanuel Smith
 Oct 15th, 2013
Called me to sale Seven day Protection Cream for Yeast Infections
Emmanuel Lara
 Oct 15th, 2013
The call is from telemarketers requesting you to place a small sign in your yard in return you will receive a free alarm system.
C Lenard
 Oct 15th, 2013
Recorded sales message about free alarm system. Don't bother answering this spam call!
weiscd
 Oct 15th, 2013
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Martingrove
 Oct 15th, 2013
Called me at different numbers at odd hours. Suspicious...
Alex
 Oct 14th, 2013
I called the number back. A voice answered and instructed me to push any number on my phone to remove my number from their list. Was told may take up to 24 hours. We'll see if the saga will continue ...
UncleBrian
 Oct 14th, 2013
Called cell, left no message. Asswipes...
DIABOLUS
 Oct 11th, 2013
Looks like the scammers are using a new number for their security system scheme.
Ann.
 Oct 11th, 2013
Called and left no message on an unpublished mibile number.
Dan
 Oct 11th, 2013
Got a call from this number. Who's that!?
Tom
 Oct 11th, 2013
CALLED TODAY BUT DID NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE
TEXAS
 Oct 11th, 2013
i sent these cocksuckers a fuking i blew ther bastards up from this number and some other ones i found out where they are too mother fuckers
john
 Oct 11th, 2013
CUSTOMER Srv
talk well
 Oct 11th, 2013

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