26th worst charity in the country.
 Dec 04th, 2013
caller asked for Bill, when I asked what it was in regard to, he hung up. Very rude. If it is the vets, will not accept a call from this number again!
 May 26th, 2012
The caller sounded like a young guy ... maybe in his early twenties. When he started with the typical telemarketer, "And how are you doing this evening sir?" I cut him off immediately saying that I never pay or promise to pay anything over the phone, but did he have a website where I can look up more info and possibly donate. He paused for a few moments and said he was looking for the website address (a big red flag right there) and then gave me this 800 number instead. As he told me the number I typed it into Google and this site came up first.
Skip Ernst
 Feb 03rd, 2010
I got these guys to stop calling me using a free letter i found on this website here is the direct link this helped me from breaking my cell phone, they called me about 6 times a day. ahhh feels so good to not hear my phone ring all the time. Hope this helps you folks out.
 Sep 26th, 2008
My surrogate son answered the phone. They were looking for Jack. Since my surrogate son has only lived here for a year he wasn
 Aug 01st, 2008
wsife got the call and they asked for me by my first name! Asked for a veterans service donation. I told them I wanted information mailed to me and they said I'll put you dowwn for $20 donation. I said don't put me down for anything; just send info! No further response, except abrupt hang up!!
 Jun 26th, 2008
They hang up when the answering machine answers, effing azzholes.
 May 20th, 2008
This is another one of Xentel's (not "Zentel") campaigns for yet another quasi-charitable organisation. The giveaway that this is Xentel DM, is the one-second blast of elevator music at the beginning and/or end of the announcer when Skyping this number. The voice isn't the usual dorky guy, but it uses the same combination of phrases that Xentel also uses. The announcer refers callers to 1-800-670-4919. Skyping that number gets you another announcer, this time with the familiar nerdy voice (compare to Xentel are not debt collectors, although if are scammed into pledging a donation, they will probably hound you like a debt collector!
 Apr 07th, 2008
Probably some jailhouse scam somewhere trying to get CC numbers.
 Mar 26th, 2008
Scammers. They claim to represent a fund to help disabled veterans; they're really just fishing for personal info and money. They don't call often and always hang up at the very first sign of 'no'.
 Jan 22nd, 2008
How stupid are you people! They called and asked for Tricia, I proceded to tell them they had the wrong number but before I could get it all out, THEY SLAMMED THE PHONE DOWN ON ME! Why the hell would a Veteran's organization do this...of course they wouldn't. They are LIARS, trying to get information.
 Jan 08th, 2008
Ever wonder where drug addicts, prison parolees, and newly released mental patients go? They become debt collectors....oh.....that's why they are BRAIN DEAD DIRTBAGS!
 Oct 09th, 2007
The phone rang, I answered, a man asked if this was Lyn, I said yes and asked who was calling, he said Steve, and then hung up. I *69 and got thier phone number. I had no idea who they were till I looked them up.
 Aug 15th, 2007
They asked for donations for Veterans Services. When asked to have them send info, they said they wouldn't without a $15 donation since they were a non-profit organization.
 Jul 21st, 2007
Was the Veteran's Assistance Association looking for support. They asked to talk to someone here who has been deceased since 1968.
 Jul 18th, 2007
I called the number back and got a message saying they were veteran's assistance and would call us again. There wasn't an option to ask them to stop calling.
 Feb 28th, 2007
Came up Unavailable
 Feb 23rd, 2007
 Feb 21st, 2007