Starting in November, 2012, I have been reporting these spoofed calls to both Loyola University (the real one in New Orleans, area code 504), and the FCC. On the few occasions when I have picked up such a call, the line has immediately gone dead.
Loyola has told me that the calls must be coming from their automatic phone system that is used to contact alumni to solicit donations, and that something must be wrong with the machinery. None of the numbers, which start with 504-861-58xx, match up with any numbers at the university's site. The phone may sometimes ring 30 to 50 times!
I have every reason to believe that the person behind the calls is someone who is stalking me -- just to be a pest, simply to let me know that he knows where I am, when I turn off my lights to "hit the sack", and when I am most likely to be home. The calls come almost invariably between 6 and 6:30 PM.
The FCC has heard abundantly from me about these pesky calls, using this person's main business name to identify him. I think I may have made some solid hits, because the attacks with the spoofed phone calls have intensified. There is now a whole list of 504 and even 519-966-35xx and 646-558-35xx numbers with the ending numbers of 19, 37, 39, 43, 44, 45, 52, 77, and 79.
The wackiest part of all this is that when I go out to work on my yard (I live in suburbia with lots of lawn to mow), he makes sure I know he is in his windows that overlook my yard, taking pictures and videos of me.
Could I depend upon the police to call him to account? No. He is very wealthy; his family owns property on Long Island, New York. Technically, I am poor, living on Social Security and not much else. He has even had an attorney from another law office write a "snippy" letter to me, full of threats. I called this attorney, and she proceeded to make more threats against me!
Police take his word about anything -- including lies about me. The courts kowtow to him; he has nothing better to do than to drag his neighbors into court to try to get them thrown into jail or a mental hospital. He and his roommate have abundant connections to the entertainment business here in this city; no one is going to say anything against them. (They are on the board of directors of VooDoo Fest; Google that name for the whole story from 2012.)
I pray constantly that no one else -- who has had the misfortune to have this person and his roommate residing next door to them -- has suffered the indignities that I have endured now for well over a decade.