Someone called me almost every hour all day long and left no message. I am already on the "do not call" list so I am confused why they are calling.
Called unlisted home left no message then called my unlisted cell and left no message.
I just received a call from someone claiming they would like to speak with HR regarding employee rewards for Home Depot gift cards. I told the guy not to call our office anymore.
Received a call from this number referencing an order I placed with the Microsoft Store.
This number belongs to a third party call center. The specific site it belongs to probably handles contracts for many other companies. I worked at a similar company for 8 years in the USA, so you would not be able to verify which company the representative works for. These companies that make outbound calls have adopted autodialing systems, but sometimes the machines call when there is not a representative available to talk to you, then if you answer, it hangs up and calls you back within several minutes. I would suggest contacting the company that they work for to complain. That would not be Sutherlands, it would be Microsoft or another company that has contracted with them.
Calls me every day. Never leaves a message - I never answer.
I received a call at it was Microsoft small business, calling to do a survery
or that is atleast what they left on my voicemail
Autumn, NOT harmless, there have been reports already, many people like there privacy, Harmless. NO!!! EZ solution, STOP Calling!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This was a rep from Microsoft Office Live Small Business welcoming me to the service. She left a message giving me her phone number and the website for resources and assistance. Seems harmless.
Those calls are probably coming from the same people who charge for information on this number. First they bother you with the calls. Then they offer you the companies/individuals making those annoying calls. Then they ask for money--($40,00 ?)--for the information. Is this also a scam?
The name and number did not show up on my phone, caller Id, but did show on my TV screen. How did they do that?
My caller ID shows this number and the caller as Sutherlands or Sutherlands Grp. I've gotten 3 calls in 3 weeks, but no messages. The first two calls were in the evening, but today's call came at 1:45pm EDT. Very annoying.
"Setting up appointments" for "local rep" wants to speak to "the person in charge of internet and phone decision making".
This was Xerox reminding me to do my meter reads. In my case, it was legit.
Represented they were from Xerox and neglected to get our fax number for meter reads - Caller ID said the caller was "Sutherlands"
Four calls in the past two days; no messages left. Annoying!!
This is from a Spammer- they are stealing the phone number, so the number that shopws on Caller ID is not the number the calls are generating from.
If you ever acutally speak to anyone- ask them why they use another companys' phone number on caller ID?
I just spoke to Anna at Sutherland and she informed me that they've been getting calls non-stop from people who are receiving calls from 585-586-5757 at all hours of the day and night.
She asked for my cell number and would be reporting to the in-house switchboard manager to have the calls stopped if they are in fact originating from within their service.
Let's just hope this works...
Called my cell yet again this morning at 7:53 AM. Have tried calling them back to get my number removed from their stupid auto-dialer machine's list, but they won't answer.
This is the 8th call I've received from this number in the past week. Have no clue who this is, as it hangs up each time I answer and the two times that I didn't answer, they didn't leave a message. Googled and found this:
Sutherland Global Services, 585-586-5757, 1180 Jefferson Road, Rochester, NY, AND 1160 Pittsford-Victor Rd, Pittsford, NY, 14534, www.suth.com
Seems they are a part of eBay's Trust & Safety department. After doing some more research, I've found that this number is spoofed quite often and it's not always Sutherland who's calling but telemarketers for various wireless products. In this case, who knows?