Called at 1 am on a Tuesday night.
Received this call on my cell phone at 3:22 PM. (June 29'th., 2013.) No message was left on my voicemail.
Called at 1:32 a.m. Sunday night/Monday morning, i live in new york and don't have them as an alarm company
Called at 1:09am on Sunday Night/Monday Morning. Unbelievable.
California May 02nd, 2011
This call is from Security Center of Georgia, and alarm monitoring center. If you have an alarm and it goes off, they call to check for false alarm, otherwise they call police to send them for possibly break in.. I have an account with them so I know this is a fact.
Call came in at 3:08 AM, I did not answer.
I use this company to monitor my alarm system so they are legit. If you are called and you have no idea why keep the following in mind: they may have the number wrong in their records, you may have inherited a phone number that use to be on a call list, you were put on a list but were never told. Just call them back and asked to be removed. Don't bother to ask too many questions because they are paid for security - they won't give you any information.
We don't have any sort of monitoring system that would phone us. The call was received at 12:30 a.m.!
California Jan 18th, 2010
It's not a scam - it's a national alarm company. My husband works for a nationwide restaurant chain that contracts with this company to monitor their alarm system. If the system is set off for any reason, they will start calling people according to the contact list they are provided. At my husband's restaurant that means each of the managers. We received a call at 5am this morning because the new manager accidentally tripped the alarm going into work this morning. It happens. If you are receiving calls in the wee hours, then you or someone in your household has been provided as a contact. The first time they called us, my husband didn't even know he was on the list - someone else in the company had provided his number. If you are positive you are not a contact for a company, then simply do as the previous poster explained: call them, provide your phone number, explain they have a wrong number, and ask for it to be removed.
called my home on Nov. 11 at 4:15 in the morning. 4:15!! All because they detected a stupid signal. I don't think this is an alarm company...I think this is a scam.
Pennsylvania Nov 11th, 2007
they are a national alarm monitoring company contracted by local alarm companies to monitor their alarms. for security purposes they will not give out any information on an incoming phone call unless you have a passcode to access into one of their accounts. if you are receiving phone calls and you are not associated w/ anyone's alarm, call back, give your phone number, explain they have a wrong number and asked to be taken out of their system. must of the time they will do it, but some contracts they do not have access to change, it has to be done by the company contracting them. if they tell you this, ask for the phone number of the company they are contracted through, and call them to have your number taken out of the system. i know it seems like a big ordeal, but its the only way to get the number removed. and it definatly helps if you are calm and friendly.
Called at 2:14am overnight Friday/Saturday. Alarm company for husband's work - he is the first contact on the list. Also comes in from number 800-553-9895
. Previous companies have left message, but for some reason this one doesn't.
Central Station Monitoring alarm company following up on triggered burgler alarm.
New Jersey Mar 13th, 2007
called Februray 16 at 6:37 AM...no message
Called 9 January @ 5:37am. I called back much later that evening. The answering party was pretty vague. What I could get out of him was that this was a alarm company and my mobile was the contact number for someone other than myself.
called me on sept.6 at 10:59AM/11:03AM.
Left no message