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I get this same spiel with a different recording that has a woman's voice, only the caller ID number is 281-205-8938 listed in Tomball, TX. This one calls itself "senior alert systems," mentions AARP, and suggests that they have been referred by your medical provider. Both recordings give the choice of pressing one number to speak to a representative or 5 to "tell your provider you have refused." Other victims suggest that a scammer will not actually remove you on request, and that you should talk to a rep and waste their time instead. See https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/robocall-scammers-who-lied-about-free-medical-alert-devices-weve-got-your-number.
Paul
 Sep 30th, 2015
I did not pick up and they left no message. I checked whocalld.com, which has a robocall recorded in which they claim to be AARP, referred to you by your doctor, offering a free medical alert gizmo that is "already paid for."
Paul
 Sep 25th, 2015
Robocaller is in NY; we're on the DNC Registry and are in CA...obviously not local! Call went to message...dead air before disconnect. Obvious robocall.
California
 Jul 01st, 2014
I received this call on my cell phone. I also am sick and tired of multiple calls, esp. from
those wanting to help me pay a lower interest rate on my credit cards. I don't pay any interest
because I pay in full every month. They never get the msg. to STOP CALLING!!!
Delaware
 Jul 01st, 2014
I received this call on my landline today. If I don't recognize the number on my ID I don't answer.
After blocking my number I called them back. This is the message on the @$$#oles answering machine.
Hello...Thank You for calling back. If you are not interested in receiving any future calls regarding
our special promotions and would like to be placed on our Do Not Call List Please press 1(one) now.

I AM SOOOOOO SICK OF THEIR S#IT. WHY CAN'T THESE BUMS BE STOPPED?!
karen
 Jul 01st, 2014

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