I have two phone calls from this number. I missed the first call on the 14th,no msg left.I answerew the 2nd call from a diabetes depot from a man who asked for my name. I asked who was calling & I said I was. He he had received info thai I was a diabetic or someone else in my housewhole and wanted some info to send me diabetic stuff. I told him he had the wrong person & phone #. I started to request him not too call back & he hung up on me. I tryed calling the phone # back, but went to busy and would not pick up!
I've received numerous calls from this number. Caller ID reports "Diabetes Depot." I've never answered their calls and they never leave a message. The American Diabetes Association has a thread about them. They try to get your medical insurance info, then try to bill Medicare for supplies they never deliver. One person on that thread asked for their website and was told it was something "motherfuc---" and they hung up. Always some man with the Middle Eastern accent. They are total scammers and don't care that you're on the Do Not Call list or tell them to quit calling.
Jan in Cali Feb 05th, 2014
Received call from this number twice, finally answered. Man with strong mid-eastern accent asked for my husband and when told he wasn't available the man asked if I was the caretaker. After saying I was his wife the man said he was shipping my husband some diabetes supplies. When told my husband wasn't diabetic he insisted someone in the home was diabetic and I said no. He then said sorry for bothering me and hung up.
2nd call to my cell phone. Since I only give my cell phone number out to friends and family I knew it had to be a scam. I don't know anyone in Boca Raton. I also blocked it.
They have called me 3 times within the past 24 hrs. I never answer and no msg is left. I blocked the number after 3rd call. Hope that lasts until they rotate thru their list of "calling from" numbers and find another. Then we will start this rodeo all over again.
Called my cell phone, so I know it's a scam.
After I started phone services from Sprint I started getting all sorts of calls from this number, plus several from Texas and California saying my insurance company had given them my name and this number so they could sell me diabetic supplies. But later in the call they then ask me who my insurance carrier is. Oddly, with my old phone carrier I never got these calls. Here's the real kicker. I'm on a limited 450 minute call plan from 7A-7P. I thought I had free incoming calls, but well into the first month I'm now told that plan includes all calls incoming or outgoing. And I have surpassed my 450 minutes and now owe extra money. When these diabetic scammers call me, I tell them to remove my name from their computer lists, yet keep getting call after call. I don't know what to do as I have put name on the do not call list. But it keeps on happening. I find it not only annoying, but life threatening as I save those valuable minutes to contact my medical providers. I have enough going on in my life. I don't need this too. When I called Sprint to complain, I was told I had a 2 year contract; and the only way to get away from this mess was to pay a $200.00 contract severance fee. Money I don't have. Like I said, none of this happened until I switched from U.S. Cellular to Sprint. This no longer feels like coincidence.
Patricia Myrmoe Oct 16th, 2013