Wanted to talk to my manager. Left a message saying he was Ron Smith.. from the "City Office"...The what? "The Downtown City Office." What Company are you with? "I'm with the Police.... The SFPD" I see. "Wwe just wanted to say we love her. She helps us out with our Grand National Rodeo."
This went on for a bit and I told him I'd get the message to my manager.
Sound Familiar, folks?
Received a call on 9/14/2012 at 8:56PM. caller left no message
No message left, calls repeatedly, during prime hours i.e. 19:07Hrs, Has been the police officers association in the past
They said they are calling on behalf of the San Francisco Police Officers Association?
guy said hes a police officer.....i dont think police officer talks ghetto-ly....."yall know whta im saying" Yall???? so unprofessional ...stupid telemarketer...pretending to be a police officer.....Should've asked for his badge number and which station he works at...
annonymous Aug 31st, 2011
called i did not answer they left no msg.
This numbers called me a few times, but no one speaks. I wonder why?
I called back the number. Someone pickup but refused to answer.
TBS Productions calls me all the time, it seems. I put a block on the number (using the trusty caller id manager box, called "Digitone call blocker" - check it out. kind of expensive, but handy as heck. Anyway, i have never actually received a voicemail from this number -- and I don't remember ever answering to hear who was there. They should have legal action directed at them. it's about time!
- thanks to the whocalled.us site, it's great!
Shows TBS Productions on caller ID. Soliciting donations for SF fire and police. Called Sat Morn 10:00am.
Phone number only displayed, no name and no meesage left. Hung up right after 3rd ring. Has been calling every evening between 6PM-10PMwNo
Voicemail from Lee Gary wanting to discuss some consulting. I returned his call at 4am to get his message machine saying "You've reached the Ticket Office ... Thanks for calling TBS." This is obviously some kind of scam.
Obvious a telemarketer representing "A magic show in my community for the police." He represented himself as a police office, which clearly isn't the case. I recently moved from Santa Clara where I would get calls from these guys all the time. They are relentless.
Background noises sounded as if call was being made from a busy call center. Caller did not identify himself, just asked to speak with "Susan" (no one here with that name).
This is a professional fund raiser generally working for police officers associations. In 2002, according to info from the California Attorney General's office, only 15 to 22.06 % of raised funds was passed onto the charities.
guy said he was a police officer. hung up when I asked him to repeat his name.
Automated message asking for donation
Someone calls here almost every night & asks for Kimberly Lafuente (sp?). This is the second time I've answered and told them to stop calling.