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I've had messages on answer machine about free grocerise, med alert items, etc. I also recently saw an infomercial, for Midwest Anxiety & Depression Center and called the toll free number.I hung up when I started to get an idea of the cost. The big mistake I made was forgetting to input*67 before dialing,to prevent delivery of my phone number to them. Since then,I receive 3 or 4 calls EVERY DAY. Caller ID only identifies the caller as CALIFORNIA. They never leave a message, and if you pick up, there is no one immediately on the line. I've noted 3 different phone numbers: 415-466-2093; 925-524-3993; 323-281-1328. If you do an online search on any of the numbers, you find other people having the same harassing experience after having dealings with the MC for A&D.
wtwct
 Oct 24th, 2013
Another number of the Senior Alert scam in which a senior (many of whom are living month to month on low incomes) would be given $3000 in food certificates redeemable at 100s of national chains as well as being given a Senior Alert bracelet or wrist band. Wow! How could anyone hungry not go for this claim! Report this number to the FTC.
Glenn
 Oct 17th, 2013
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left message about $3000 groceries and free medical bracelet.
Russ
 Oct 09th, 2013
Was a pre-recorded call for life alert-type bracelets and a grocery coupon scam. I had repeatedly pressed 5 to be taken off the list. This time, I pressed 1 and explained I was calling to find out who is responsible for the calls. "Angel - agent 6255" said that he was. I asked could he take me off the list, then.
His response: "I'll be happy to fuck your mom and take you off the list."
Me: "What's your last name, Angel?"
His response: "My dick in your mouth."
robert beverly
 Oct 08th, 2013

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