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Robocall for a "duct cleaning" service. Press 1 to hear more information or 2 to be removed. So, I pressed 1 to get the company name, but I was disconnected instead.
KMD
 Dec 17th, 2013
robo call
michelle
 Nov 20th, 2013
These call come every day it have told them do not call again! Still they call.
Diane kerr
 Sep 25th, 2013
According to bandwidth.com, this number is unassigned. They claim that whoever is calling is spoofing the Caller ID, so it won't do any good to complain to them.
Matt Bieneman
 Sep 18th, 2013
This is a standard "Air Duct Cleaning" scam. They have called at least 7 times within the last 6 weeks.
Matt Bieneman
 Sep 18th, 2013
Though we are registered with the National Do Not Call Registry, we get this robo call at least 1-2 times per week. I have even answered the call before and pressed "2" to be removed, but am still getting the calls. It is a major nuisance.
Elaine Kahn
 Sep 16th, 2013
This user uses bandwith.com and is in violation of federal laws as well as the bandwith.com acceptable use policy.

1. Go to Bandwidth.com and at the bottom of the page on the right, in small grey letters, click on the word 'Legal'.
2. On the next page under 'Acceptable Use Policy', in small blue letters, click on 'Report Potential AUP Violations'
3. On the next page it will ask for the name, email, and phone number of the person reporting the phone number and then the phone number in question. There is a place for a brief description of the problem in the comment box then it will say at the bottom click the ' ______ ' to submit. They have a series of photos at the bottom and it will change each time you submit a complaint, for instance, click the duck to submit'. For those customers who do not want to report this issue online, they can call 1-800-808-5150 and report it to them.

The second way to report the issue was by emailing the legal department and requesting the subscriber information so that we could go out to the address listed for the subscriber and inform them of the problem. I have done this as well just in case bandwidth.com can not fix the problem on their end.
Bobby
 Sep 12th, 2013
I think it is a Magic Jack #
jim
 Sep 11th, 2013
This is a robo-call that leaves a recorded message every day. If you try to call the number, you will get a fast busy signal.
Dean
 Sep 09th, 2013
I use a ring controller in conjunction with a white list for my home phone. I have my wireless notify me of missed calls that have recorded a voicemail. These bastards leave a recorded message (furnace duct cleaning ad SPAM!) and I am pissed! They have violated the (worthless) Do Not Call Registry intent many times. Something HAS to be done about these vermin and all like them. How much does the DNC registry operation cost the taxpayers annually? Boy, are we getting ripped off on THIS one!
bill in MD
 Aug 14th, 2013
Caller ID said "Unknown name". This is the standard "Air duct cleaning" scam.
Matt Bieneman
 Jul 31st, 2013
I receive robocalls frequently from this number pitching something about "improving my indoor air quality." When I try to call them back to get my name off the list, the call does not connect. Every time they call, I report them to the DNC registry as an illegal robocall. Maybe when they call 1000 times, the FCC will do something.
Karen
 Jul 31st, 2013
scam
jj
 Jul 30th, 2013
A recorded message advertised an "air duct cleaning" scam.
Matt Bieneman
 Jul 30th, 2013
They want to clean my heating, ducts but I have hot water heat. I pressed "1" to tell them but they hang up before I can say 2 words. This is at least the 4th time I have been called. Doesn't the Do Not Call list mean anything????
S Horn
 Jul 28th, 2013
They called twice today around 11:45 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. wanting to clean my air ducts. The company's name wasn't recorded on voice mail. It's almost an annual event to get this call from them.
Diligent
 Jul 22nd, 2013
The FCC is just another corrupt ,lying government agency.DNC list my azz!
Fred
 Jul 22nd, 2013
keep calling with recorded message and I keep ask to be removed
Jamie
 Jul 22nd, 2013
I don't understand how these companies get away with soliciting with electronic messages (this time for air duct cleaning) when our number is on the DNR list. I picked 2 to opt out but we'll see if that actually works.
Debra
 Jul 19th, 2013
This is the second or third time they've called. Part of an electronic message is left on the voicemail. They want me to "opt out" if I don't want the calls. Hmmmm...I'm on both the state and national do-not-call lists. It's not MY OBLIGATION to opt out. The law says they aren't supposed to call me in the first place.
Raejean
 Jul 18th, 2013

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