So, in the age of technology we're in, we can't track these callers down and then publically shoot them in the head? For shame. If you have a problem with me, call me at one of the following numbers: 215-230-9706 218-682-2744 251-947-8966 304-369-0968 309-286-2082 425-391-6476 425-869-6371 503-864-3213 505-327-2741 509-926-6276 517-931-2251 605-462-6063 773-665-4227 800-219-7425 802-525-4519 815-235-7297 817-444-5194 817-569-9576 843-281-8793 866-542-6911 978-409-5210

Dick Richards
 Feb 10th, 2009
I got a call while I was at work and it was a Mortgage Services scam . . . I informed them that what they were doing was illegal. So they hung up on me. I searched the call (I happen to work for a long distance provider) and got the 309-286-2082 which is disconnected. Normally, phone calls have two ANI's . . . One is the caller id which is easily spoofed and the other is the CHARGE number which is highly regulated and not normally visible to the called party. This call had no CHARGE number field, so it looks highly illegal.
 Feb 06th, 2009
I just received a phone call from 309-286-2082 on my business line at work. I didn't know who it was so I didn't answer. I researched the number as everyone else on this site apparently has. I googled the name and realized that there is a bad individual amoung us. I am in Indianapolis, Indina and just thought I would pass along the information for what it is worth.
Dan Clark
 Feb 06th, 2009
The number that appears on your caller ID is spoofed.
That means that they are using a service that allows them to generate “pirated” number. These numbers may have been real numbers sometime ago and now disconnected.
There are so many calls coming from a number of different numbers, all trying to sell you on a car warranty.
All of them work alike where they try to sell you a premium that is either paid by credit card or financed to you. These are “brokers” who work on residual basis (Commission type) that solicit your agreement to something you already may have or something that ‘good luck” getting.
My suggestion: If you really want them to eat it….
1. Wait until number connects.
2. Tell them MADE UP MODEL OF YOUR CAR, use older year.
3. You will be connected to the supervisor.
4. Give him slightly changed VIN number.
5. Get him to go the loop of selling you.
6. Agree to everything. Make him happy.
7. Then ask him about his phone number, name and address.
8. You will be given Voice mail # 888-502-4697, made up name.
9. Good luck getting there address, the guy will hang up.
10. Next time they call you may want to take it one extra step….
 Feb 05th, 2009
Reverse phone directory says the number belongs to Anna Shoen of Toulon Ill.
 Feb 04th, 2009
if you talk to an operator the telemarketers have interpreted as "you called them" and are now on the list. They call my husband at work, on his cell and on my cell. We have argued with the "supervisors" they refuse to stop calling even when you request to be taken off their list. Plus they have no information on the vehicles. they want you to provide everything for them.
 Feb 04th, 2009
received call from 309-286-2082, no message left.
 Feb 03rd, 2009
Only rcvd one call on home phone, answ machine didn't pick up which means it some telemarketer. I may have rcved calls from this phone# on my clee phone in the past.
 Jan 30th, 2009
Typical "your warranty may have expired" scammers.
 Jan 29th, 2009
Same telemarketer as 302-224-0589 and 505-268-1426. They're repeatedly hitting me with various phone numbers from across the country.
 Jan 29th, 2009
i blieve its a scam. its a voice recording with no business name attatched saying the factory warranty is about to expire. when i press a button to speak to a representative it hangs up.
 Jan 29th, 2009