A series of true different colours is programmed in the display, and the transmission quick through spots
Here is sometimes a brilliantly mobile full review of in what way little come plants systematically contain them
For any more than two thousand declining years the Jews unconsciously lived from here
return call englsih accent your cannot be completed same network of scam
Listened to the recorded message. They have an 'opt out' option - press 9. I did so, and we'll see....
I got one 09/23/13. They hung up when I answered.
what kind of fools we got here. call back-press 1-then press 9-they continue to call. you call them back now they know your a fool. they like calling fools. they be thanking god for the supply of fools he give them. then some think the feds chasing these people. don't know body even know who they are so how do they chase them-fools.
Previously I listened to their recorded message and when given the opportunity to "Press 1 to speak to a representative; or Press 9 to be removed from our call list." I pressed 9. Yet, they continue to call. I just finished filing an official complaint with the National Do Not Call Registry. I'm putting this up here to encourage other folk to also file official complaints --- They could result in criminal charges. I hope.
Called and hung up. I don't need to borrow money. I don't need a Life Alert. I don't want someone calling me to sell me something. I can find anything I really want to buy - and if I can't I don't need it!!
Called at noon PDT. I picked up and hung up. Report to FTC. Remember: Scam and crooks and perpetrators do not pay attention to the do not call list. They will only be caught if enough people report information so that they can be tracked down. Meanwhile, remind seniors and impaired not to respond to these telephone calls: if they do not make the call for some item, then do not respond to a phone call made to them. They are at risk. The rest of us just get so annoyed at being bothered by these obnoxious predators.
Phone call came in at 7:03 a.m. Pacific time (my time zone). I did not answer.
Report these scam artists to the FCC!
Junk alarm Company, robo-calling
first time i've seen the phone number as the caller ID
I just got a call which I will add to my block list. I will now get no ring but will get a list of blocked calls on my phone.
I have the Panasonic cordless telephone Model kx-tg6842b (2 handsets)
You can block 250 numbers plus kill the one ring that existed on earlier models that only allowed 30 blocked numbers.
The one handset model sells for $70 at Amazon.
Live caller. Said my credit card had expired and they would be happy to extend it. SCAM! of course
Does not respond when call is answered.
RB Hourigan Sep 09th, 2013
I get spam calls all the time with the ID listed as Colony Capital. They are selling senior alert systems. The calls arrived on a land line.
I have an unlisted phone number. I did not receive these calls until I changed medical providers and then POW!!! 10 calls a day. I suspect my medical insurance has sold my information to these people. There is no way they would have the information they do. I have 2 friends who receive these calls too and both use new cell phone numbers rather than land lines. They have the same insurance carrier and Dr. that I have. There is something we all have in common here...Senior, Insurance, Dr., Medicare....Think about it. I am now blocking these calls as fast as they come in. Call your phone provider to add this handy option to your service. I am down to 1 call a day on average.
This number appeared on my CID as Colony Capital (646) 467-6467 and since I don't reconize the company or the phone number, I let my VM take care of it. Of course, no message was left. If I never did business with a particular company, like the 1 listed above or if I didn't call that particular company to begin with, then I won't answer my phone and let my VM handle it, because I know that it's gonna be some telemarketer or solicitor or worse, a scammer, trying to sell me something that I really don't want or need. I have better things to do with my free time, instead of being on the phone with these individuals. Even though I am on the DNC list, it hasn't done anything to put a stop to these annoying phone calls, as I still get these calls on a daily basis. The only thing that works for me, is to leave the ringer on my phone off and that alone, has made life so much easier.
You would think that they would give up when you don't answer any of their calls from different #, but they don't.
These med alert for seniors scammers change the phone number every week it looks like. They call around the country as well. So if every single call is not reported to the DNC, then the feds can not catch them. Crooks are creeps remember, they are slippery scammers who fill up your phone box and try to sucker you in. You do not answer, you do a *69 and get their number and you report them time and again. This disgusting group has used at least four phone numbers the past three months from what I can tell. As long as some old people are scared by these perverts and buy into it, they will make the bucks and keep moving on with more theft. Let everyone you know who is up there in ages or has brain malfunction moments know -- they are crooks, and hopefuly they will listen to you and not them.
Call received on 9/03/13. Since caller (Colony Capital) is unknown to us. the call was not answered..no message left.
Senior life alert robo call.
Recorded message about a senior alert device. I am registered on a do not solicit list. Somehow, I still get these spam phone calls a few times a week from various numbers.
Dead air when I picked up the phone.
Yet another recording from an outfit pushing a medical alert system for seniors along with $1000 in free grocery coupons. Cheap outfit as the last one that called offered $3000 in coupons. What's really irritating beyond this likely being a scam on the same level as the credit card interest rate calls is that I haven't even reached middle age yet. Anyway if you press one you are supposed be able to talk to what they call a live(?) person. Press 9 to be removed from their list. Not being one to follow instructions on a telemarketing recording I tried 5 and got a computer voice saying my number had been removed. Hmmm, wonder if I got lucky and found a hidden number on their predictive dialer that might actually delete my number from their computer.