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.
 Jan 22nd, 2010
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.
 Oct 27th, 2009
This is someone scam you, BEWARE!
 Aug 26th, 2009