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Bethbeth.ern65@gmail Jan 25th, 2019
Bethbeth.ern65@gmail Jan 25th, 2019
Washington Nov 29th, 2018
Mississippi Nov 15th, 2018
North Carolina Oct 26th, 2018
666-666-6666 id The DEVIL, which I think that I would almost think that I would call the devil to?
West Virginia Jun 11th, 2018
New Jersey Mar 17th, 2018
Is da devil
Pennsylvania Jan 27th, 2018
Super Scary i called and i died but purple guy revived me because he is possesed by Baby
I don't know about this number.
I got an 8 inch cawk that's fat. Think you can handle that?
Springfeel Jun 25th, 2015
How about we make some cookies right out of our asses?
Creepy Cookie May 14th, 2013
Sorry, I tend to always accidentally "call" people since my Bocchan plays on our new iPhone 5 a lot. But, if you get called by our number (666-666-6666), then you should know that your soul will soon be devoured by me. Thank you and remember, I love complimentary cats! =^.^=
Sebastian M Jan 02nd, 2013
Is it my imagination, or has there been an absolute deluge of these kinds of calls as of late? More about that Canadian bogus call "mill"; they use American numbers to spoof where they are actually calling from!
Su NioJ! Su NioJ! Su NioJ! Su NioJ! Su NioJ! Su NioJ! Sdne Efil Erehw, Lleh Ni Su NioJ! Sedah Fo Diov Eht Ni Tor!
Hey everyone, with the help of my local police department in Tuscon, AZ, I've proceeded to trace the harassing phone calls down to a business in Belmont, Massachusetts. I've discovered information about the owner of the establishment via google and I'm in the process in filing a law suit against this guy. From my research I've discovered, his name is Chris Perron and it appears he's pissed off a lot of other people and business owners (according to negative feedback on his Merchant Circle account as well as other places). You guys can even see it for yourself, just type the guy's name (Chris Perron) and the business (Datboys Data Recovery) into a google search engine, you can see that guy has got some serious problems and definitely needs psychiatric help. So long story shot, if you have also been receiving death threats and harassment from this guy like I have then please contact me via email so I can link you with some references to put this creep to a stop and end the harassment. By the way everyone, Satan destroys his own!
Please email me at email@example.com if you have questions/concerns.on this, I have a lot more information regarding this.
And so, I'll pat them on the head, and pat them on the head, and pat, pat, pat them on the head...
You need tah getin' chuuuurrrrch, an' be SAVED before yew, goda heeeeeeell...
In Jesus Name Aug 18th, 2011
Come and git me, yew gawd damn ignorant sumbitch and SHEE what happens.
Franks Zombie Jul 13th, 2011
Call me Lucifer. I'm the fuckin devil, motherfucker!
Cheney is Lucifer who eats the flesh of the innocent.
I keep getting this call from NPS. I do not have clue of who they are. I think they are just someone that is prak calling people at random. This This is second prank caller that gotten in past 6 months. There was this 666-666-6666
that called me before. I found a webstie about that parnk caller much like this one. Let voice mail pick it up and they will hang up on you. That best thing that anyone can do with people that call them that do not know.
Hockey Cat76 Jul 13th, 2009
My Cousins, they work for a law office.
i have to say that this is not me, but a close cousin, a law firm. unfortulately they have not the go-nads to identify themselves.
D. Vil himself Jun 03rd, 2009
This is a trick. These companies aren't warrenty pushers they are collection agencies they use something similar to Magic Jack to switch their numbers every few mins. The numbers they use sometimes belong to people whom don't know their number got hijacked. They use this "warrenty" scam technique to lure people into verbally admitting their name or their parents names so the collection agency can persue further action. I believe this is illegal but due to the nature of VoIP phone technology its possible for people to make unsolicited calls with little evidence. There's even some services based out of other countries that allow you to dial in, and place calls to anyone anywhere and make the other persons caller ID say any number you want (ex. Dial from 818-213-xxxx and have it show up as 666-666-6666
Skip James May 04th, 2009
I never answered, but I want to know who did this and why.
Pretty bad set of numbers to pick for a phone number
Warren Logan Oct 19th, 2008
I got this call a lot, then I did a little research and found a company that lets people change their caller id