Called and wanted to inform me that my warranty expired on my car. I know, it's a 2008. Hung up on me. Losers...
Gene Gene tDM Oct 11th, 2013
I received 2 calls from this number on my cel. phone - no voicemail...I contacted and was on hold for 5 minutes with no answer other than them telling me experiencing high call volume, then disconnected. Caller ID showed Orland, FL.
We do not answer calls that caller ID says unknown. It is very annoying.
Received call from 321-354-0769 on my home phone at 11:40 am, 10/08/2013. Did not answer. No message left. Caller ID showed only as "Orlando FL." Home number is listed with the Do Not Call Registry. Caller is unknown to me.
Received a call from this number today, no voice msg left. From the read of things sounds like a marketing call.
San Antonio TX Oct 02nd, 2013
Shelby was the person who called. She said the company name is Vehicular Warranty Center. She tried to pull information about our cars miles, rust, etc... Each time I asked her which company she was affiliated with and stated that I would research their offering online. She hung up suddenly after I told her a third time I was going to research the company first.
Very persistent company. They've called my home phone and cell phone!
Answered because I thought it was a friend in Orlando and turned out to be someone trying to sell an Extended Auto Warranty.
Caller is a human sounding computer named shelby claiming to be "a live agent with a limited vocabulary" trying to sell extended vehicle warranties. Claiming to be based or of Tennessee.
I have received a few calls from this number in the last few weeks but can't find much info on who them. The caller identified herself as "Shelby" from "Auto Warranty Service". I usually don't answer calls from numbers I do not recognize but I did this time. I just picked up the phone and waited for someone to come on. After she identified herself, I decided to treat her to some "Blind Faith" I was listening to at the time! Guess she didn't like my taste in music as she hung up. Oh well, next time I'll choose something more current. Long story short, I am assuming this was nothing more than some scamming telemarketing call.