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WHoever is calling from this number should stop harrassing me. I don't know who you are looking for but they haven't ever lived at this address.
Ann
 Jul 30th, 2013
On a Google search that I made on 07-18-2013 I found a page that showed some address in Dothan Alabama for 1 334 350 3162.

It seems to me that if an identity and address is known it should be easy to find them and shut them down.
William
 Jul 26th, 2013
I'm most annoyed that these calls persist although I've complained to the Federal Do Not Call Registry.

Today I received a telemarketing call that my home telephone answering machine clocked in at 2:32 PM Central Daylight Time on Friday 07-26-2013.

The phone number shown today in my caller I.D. was 1-334-350-3162. The caller was a female voice that advertised some kind of home security and home monitoring system for free for people on Medicare and certain other plans for senior citizens.

Previously on another day my caller identification showed a caller phone number as 1 334 350 3162.

My home telephone answering machine clocked the call in at 10:31 AM Central Daylight Time on Thursday 07-18-2013, and a female voice notified us of the availability of some kind of home monitoring and home security system that is said to be free of any cost to elderly people. She may have given the name of the company, but I wasn’t able to understand that part of what she was saying since she sounded like she had a speech impediment or bucked teeth, and she was hard to understand. Perhaps she could receive some telemarketing calls from Orthodontists to help her get rid of that lazy lisp that she she seems to have.

Those kinds of unwanted calls have been coming to my answering machine regularly for about the past few months, but the earlier calls were from a man talking as if he is a delivery guy trying to find out how to deliver some home monitoring equipment, but then his message suddenly starts sounding more like a commercial advertisement instead of a request for delivery instructions. I didn’t copy down that phone number, but I presume that it is that same group of people.

We don’t need the equipment. We don’t want the equipment. We have never asked for the equipment, and we have not ordered that equipment.

I've complained about it to the Federal Do Not Call Registry since all of my personal phones have been registered with the Federal Do Not Call Registry since 2009.
William
 Jul 26th, 2013
I have reported this caller several times. They just keep calling, I have also quite taking the calls, trying
to discourage them, but that hasn't worked either. how do you get them from calling?we are on a no call list
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Janice
 Jul 24th, 2013
Male caller, John, stated that "the hospital" felt I needed this product. I tried to speak, however, I believe it is a recording and not an actual human being.
Elizabeth
 Jul 21st, 2013
caller said I was getting a medical alert system. He kept talking when I tried to ask questions. Scam! Received the call on 7/19/2013 @ 7pm.
CLW
 Jul 20th, 2013
Medical alert scam, they continue to call even with do not call request
Ashley
 Jul 19th, 2013
The Federal Do Not Call Registry is worthless, and I believe that they must be on the take by the same shady telemarketing companies that they are supposed to be cracking down on. Nobody in my home has Medicare or Medicaid, but it is likely that some employees of Medicare and Medicaid and the Department Of Veterans Affairs and various insurance companies and healthcare facilities may be selling personal information to those shady fly by night boiler room operators. Selling such personal information is a violation of HIPAA and can be prosecuted.
William
 Jul 19th, 2013
My caller identification shows a caller phone number as 1 334 350 3162.

My answering machine clocked the call in at 10:31 AM on Thursday 07-18-2013, and a female voice notified us of the availability of some kind of home monitoring and home security system that is said to be free of any cost to elderly people. She may have given the name of the company, but I wasn’t able to understand that part of what she was saying since she sounded like she had a speech impediment or bucked teeth, and she was hard to understand. Perhaps she could receive some telemarketing calls from Orthodontists to help her get rid of that lazy lisp that she she seems to have.

Those kinds of unwanted calls have been coming to my answering machine regularly for about the past few months, but the earlier calls were from a man talking as if he is a delivery guy trying to find out how to deliver some home monitoring equipment, but then his message suddenly starts sounding more like a commercial advertisement instead of a request for delivery instructions. I didn’t copy down that phone number, but I presume that it is that same group of people.

We don’t need the equipment. We don’t want the equipment. We have never asked for the equipment, and we have not ordered that equipment.

I've complained about it to the Federal Do Not Call Registry since all of my personal phones have been registered with the Federal Do Not Call Registry since 2009.
William
 Jul 19th, 2013
SCAM
Moni
 Jul 18th, 2013
Caller said his name was John and he was trying to delivery our medical alert home monitoring system but needed our correct address. WE DID NOT order this system. Not sure if this is a scam to get address or just another telemarketer.
Bee
 Jul 18th, 2013

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