I missed this call, so I didn't get to see what it said on the caller id other than their number. I tried to reverse search it online to see if it was someone that I needed to talk to and nothing came up. I then pulled the number up on my cell phone call log and pressed the call button. I didn't add anything, just called the exact number that called me. It rang once or twice and then a recording said that the number or code that I had dial was incorrect and that I should check the number or code and try again.
Oh well, I guess that it wasn't very important.
I got the call from a male, claimed the same old spiel about getting info from your "Visa, American Express, or Mastercard." Called back, at first the lady gave a three letter acronym (maybe WCP), but when I asked her what company she works for she hesitated long enough to look up my phone number and find out what she was supposed to say (Publishers sweepstakes). I know they have caller ID, because when I called back and asked who I was speaking to she said "This is tanesha, you just spoke to me" I called from a different phone, and the answer was "Visa Awards Center"--- maybe if everyone is rude and blunt enough with these people, not as many scammers will do it this way.