I don't know which place is calling you, but I've been getting calls from 506-222-7225
5. I notice that like your caller, the number comes up with too many digits. When I answered, I got a computer telling me that "they" have found out I'm paying too much interest on my credit cards and "they" can lower it significantly, saving me 100s of dollars, etc. Press 1 if you are interested. Three times I have pressed one simply to get a human online and told them to stop calling me. My number is a cell and is on the Do Not Call List. I don't think they are even targeted calls, because I only have one credit card, it's rate is 7.5% (beat that!), and my credit report is locked against unsolicited offers, so there's no way they could even get that information. I would bet good money your caller is the same. Yesterday they called me for the 3rd time. This time when I said I was on the Do Not Call list, the guy hung on upon. Since the phone number has too many numbers, you can't call back - I've tried several combinations and have tried to locate who has the number. I did a quick search for yours as well and came up empty. My only advice to you, especially if you phone is a cell (because this crap cost me daytime minutes!) is to call your phone company and ask them to block the number. It won't stop the unknowns and unavailables, but it will stop that number when it is identified. You can also let your phone company know they are "spamming" you and it's possible that your phone company already has them on file. Best of luck - I can't stand this kind of crap.