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Medical alert scam. Out of curiosity, called the number back and message stated the number is not in service. These guys should be prosecuted and slammed out of the country.
Spock
 Mar 04th, 2014
Kudos to DirtyEd, another SMART PhoneTray user!

My Phone Tray Pro blocked UNAVAILABLE from getting through.
These bums want to screw around with the Caller ID system
they'll never get through.

Why do people think if the phone rings they must answer it? You have
CID, USE IT! Do you let anyone coming to your door into your home? Of
course not. Wake up people, these are crooks, DO NOT ANSWER when they
call you! They manipulate the CID system so the info is probably fake.
If for some insane reason you must answer it's too late! Soon as you
answer you've told them your number is valid. They sell this info to
other scammers. Pushing a # to 'remove yourself from their list' does
absolutely NOTHING for you. Do NOT call them back!
IF YOU DON'T RECOGNIZE THE NUMBER DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE! WAKE UP!
Stop these calls with Phone Tray Pro - Https://www.phonetray.com/
The phone block system the phone company charges you for does NOT
block all the calls Phone Tray Pro does. DIGITONE ($100)(Only blocks
80 #s), TELE ZAPPER, PRO CALL BLOCKER ($50), CALL BLOCKERs Amazon.com
sell etc don't do nearly what Phone Tray Pro does and cost a LOT more!
Don't waste your money on these worthless gadgets. As of 02/25/14 I have
261 #'s, 20 Wild Card #'s and 26 CID names on my PTP Black List that
will never get through again. The DNC doesn't affect scammers.
Don't be so naive. You can report them to the FTC but honestly when
was the last time the federal government ever did anything for you?
Oh I forgot, Obamacare. Speaking of scams!
BTW the Digitone Call Blocker that whocalled.us advertises only blocks 80 #s
and costs a LOT more than Phone Tray Pro! Is sold by Amazon.com and is currently
unavailable. They also sell a bunch of different 'call blockers'. NONE do all
that PTP does.
USNSPARKS
 Feb 25th, 2014
Scam robo dialer.
Pre-recorded female voice offering "great deal."
No offer details.
Add to list of scam telephone numbers to block.
scottsdale
 Feb 25th, 2014
All "Not_Available", "Unknown", and "Unavailable" CID calls are answered by my computer. These and other callers are answered by my computer which gives them a piece of my mind, and then hangs up. All that's needed is a Fax/Data/Voice/CallerID modem and the program. Check it out at: phonetray.com
DirtyEd
 Feb 21st, 2014
A recorded message says.........
A medical professional has prescribed a "medical alert system" for you. To receive your package press 1 now, and you will get 75% off your prescriptions with our discount card...press 1 now, or opt out press 9.
Caller: Albany, NY
Lou
 Feb 21st, 2014
Violation of robo call and do not call laws. Left message about medical alert fraud.
pwr
 Feb 18th, 2014
Called...but not knowing anyone in Albany, MS...much less NEW YORK....I did not answer...
I wish we could go back to the days that, when the phone rang, it was for you or a wrong number.
Jimmy
 Feb 18th, 2014
Another call about my pre-approved and free medical alert system. Press 1 to place the order or Press 9 to be removed. This is a recording that doesn't not identify the company or individual calling. They must be ashamed of what they are doing so they don't want to identify themselves. Nice thought but I doubt that is the reason. It has all the earmarks of a scam and should make a great FTC complaint.
Craig
 Feb 16th, 2014
Press 1 to get your a prescription card and your medical package?? Really?
James
 Feb 12th, 2014
Medical alert scam - recorded message saying that our order is ready for shipping
Amy
 Feb 12th, 2014
Second call within a few minutes with the same scam message about a pkg ready for shipping and some free health baloney. Used the number 518-417-2724 moments ago.
amy
 Feb 12th, 2014
The latest in unwelcome, illegal, prerecorded sales calls are from scammers pitching a safety alert system for older adults.

The callers spoof a phone number so it looks like a local call on caller ID. If you pick up, you’ll hear a message saying you’re eligible for an alert system, or system upgrade, or that someone bought a system for you. The message asks you to “press one” on your phone to talk to a live operator, who will quickly ask for a bank account, credit card, or Medicare number, and maybe an address, to “expedite shipping and handling.”

The best response? Don't press a number, and don’t speak to a live operator. People who gave their information have seen monthly charges of $35 and up for that “free” system. If you get a call with a recorded sales message and you haven't given the company your written permission to call, the call is illegal. Since the call itself is illegal, you can bet the offer is a scam. If you gave information to one of these callers, check your account statements. If you find unexpected charges, ask your bank or credit card company to remove them. Finally, contact the FTC online or at 1-888-382-1222 to report your experience.
hut
 Feb 12th, 2014
"Today you are now eligible for a seventy five percent off prescription discount card. Again press one now to receive your free personal medical alert system. Or press nine to opt out."
Sandra
 Feb 10th, 2014
They wanted me to press 1 to approve sending Obama a letter on my behalf urging him to approve the Keystone pipeline.
Linda
 Feb 08th, 2014
Called and I did not answer cause scam related
Craig
 Feb 06th, 2014

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