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The reason you're getting an "Out of service" message is because they are singularly an outbound call center, meaning they have no representatives that take inbound calls.
They don't hang up on you, you have to wait a few seconds before you are both connected as it's an automated system and more often than not, you're the ones hanging up on them.
If you want the calls to stop, don't swear, don't get angry. Just kindly explain to them that you do not wish to have the calls and directly say, and I quote "Please put me on the do not call list." they are legally obligated to put you on the do not call list. If you say "Don't call this number." "Don't call me back" "I don't want it" "I'm not interested" "Stop calling me" things like this, they will put you under "Not interested" which doesn't remove your number, it just removes that file that they have, so if you're in their system more than once, and it DOES happen more than you'd think, they will call you back.
Say specifically "Put me on your do not call list." and don't be a dick about it.
The reason most of these companies get your information is by you imputing your information online. The simplest way to not get these calls, check into what you're signing up for, read the TOS *terms of service* and actually uncheck the box that requests the calls. YOU or someone you know are the ones putting the information out there, they don't just riffle through a phone book and pick out names. If you don't like this, then don't put your information on the net. Simple as that.
You're the one providing the phone number. If you don't want calls at work, don't give out your work number!
SchiffThomas Oct 25th, 2012
These people are relentless and very annoying. They call all day at my place of employment.Google the phone # and it comes up Education Bridge. Several complaints.
WTH? There were 8 (yes, eight) calls from them today according to the CID logs on my phone. Registered on DNC since the day it was available, reupped when required, I can guarantee no recently established business relationship that used that number.
Got 5 calls from them in less than 24 hours. I told them yesterday to not call me again. This morning they called me 4 times! I told them im not Becky and don't call me ever again.
This company is Education Bridge and is located in New York, so whoever is being called in New York, should get together and file a class action lawsuit against them then maybe they will stop.
They have called on more than one occassion and have left no messages. 13 times since 10/28/2010. Annoying.
This company is Education Bridge and they retrieve your information from Career Builder. My wife started receiving these calls after using Career Builder. I logged into her account and noticed the default setting on Career Builder is to send you this educational junk from substandard schools. They also sign you up for a costly cell phone text messaging service!
What a way to give the unemployed another kick in the butt! I'd recommend complaining to Career Builder as well, they need to stick to the job services.
Keep getting this tollfree call but no one leaves a message. We don't answer calls unless we recognize the number.
Call (800) 973-0379 and ask for supervisor named Bruce or email email@example.com and let them know if they do not remove your number they will be answering to your local magistrate's court.
A recording saying, "You've reached the WiMax Communications test number. This call was successful."
Received a call from this number just shortly after applying with VACS - i declined the offer for more education - have received another call from a similar number just after applying with another employment firm. I have a separate number i use for applications so i know that is where they are getting the number from.
I think they got my number from my online job-hunting; possibly from VACS (Voice applied customer service), which I signed up on yesterday. Then today, I have gotten three calls from different numbers I don't recognize and are outside of my state. I did not answer and there were no voicemails left. This online degree place sounds right because a lot of their "job" postings are actually just ads trying to get you enrolled in some school or training program to get money from you.
This is Education Bridge. You can call them and tell them to take you off their call list and they will. It will take up to 72 hours but it works.
Laquisha called claiming that my husband had filled out a request with them for continuing edcation interests online. I told her that she was receiving bad information and to remove our name, since we had never filled out any such request. I also said we were on the DNC list, and she was my 8th call now in 40 minutes under the same speech. I believe this is harrassment!
I received a call from "Kris" who was representing "College Funding ?" looking for our son (who hasn't lived at home for over 11 years. They claim I requested their help for education online, something I filled out online. I told them they had been lied to, that their information was false, and that I was on the DNC list and wanted that honored by removing my name and number, and not to call again. Interesting that within 5 minutes I have received 3 phone calls all stating the same thing, but different numbers.
Now there are a rash of these "college education" calls coming in within the last 2 days. They don't have correct names for my number, and I asked to be removed since we are on the DNC list, so honor that request. If I let it ring, they hang up after the 3rd ring, with no message left. I'd rather see spring flowers, than this crop of unwanted calls! I don't use Craiglist and have never applied online for anything, so I don't know how they got my number. This is harrassment, big time.
I don't know what they want but wish they would stop calling my cell phone
susan wojcik Jan 19th, 2010
This number keeps calling from "Education Bridge". On Thursday 12/17 I actually spoke to someone and told them I am enrolled in another university. The man said he would take my number off the list. Lo and Behold on Friday I received another call. I did as they asked and left a voice message to a number they told me to call to have these calls stopped. I was told it would take 48 to 72 hours to stop the calls. Still the week of 12/21 I continued to receive calls. Fortunately I have call block, however all that does is stop them from ringing or leaving messages the number still appears as a missed call.
Calling about education courses.
This phone number is definately from 'Education Bridge' - I called it back, and requested to be taken off their phone list - was told that it would take up to 72 hours to do so by a rather impertinent operator.
This caller called twice on 12/15/09 once at 9:00am , and second time around noon same day. Neither time did they leave any message. I applied for a teaching job on Craigslist yesterday, today received two calls from this company. Scanning the other comments, I would imagine that I fell for a scam. Hmmm. . .
how'd they get my cell phone number? why did they call me?
ryan costa Dec 03rd, 2009
Thought I was applying to a job posted online. I thought I was completing contact info the job, but when I realized it was for "Education Branch " I deleted everything. I never submitted anything, but somehow they got my contact info anyway. I missed the 1st call and called back to see who it was. Christopher Drew picked up the call & asked for my name & telephone number so he could pull up my account. I asked him what company he was with and how they got my number he told me he would try to look up my account info without my giving him any info (being smart). I asked to speak to a manager and he told me to have a nice day and abruptly hung up on me. I called back and asked him to please transfer me to a manager instead of hanging up on me. He said if I gave him my number he would place me on their do not call list.
Wow Ce. No need to put someone down for trying to make a living. I hate telemarketers too, but try to be polite UNTIL they are unprofessional or rude.
called 4 times in 2 hours. Leaves a partial message that they will try back later but nothing to say who they are. Got a call last night from a different number where I laughed at the person offering me education information assistance. I told her perhaps she should use the information to further HER education so she does not have to do a minimum wage job harassing people who did NOT inquire about the service. I think the companies hire people to make up bogus email addresses to send "inquiries" from so the company can try and bypass the no-call list rules.
I called the number back, they said I asked for more information, I told them no I didn't. Asked to take of their list, she said it would take up to 72 hours.
How do I get them to stop calling my home?
M Escalante Jun 23rd, 2009
Just got my first call from them.
Left no message.
Yep, its a craigslist scam !
I applied for a job I found on craigslist and after I filled out the application it took me to some education site asking me to fillout more info. I declined to fillout more info and believe that the craigslist posting was a fake job listing to steal my email address and phone number.
These people also use the number: 800-973-0379
Applied online with CareerBuilders and ever since these two (2) numbers have been calling and they DO NOT leave a message...when you call the number back they don't answer.
been getting calls from this number for about a week, chose option to be taken off call list and next thing i know a different number is calling. 800-973-0379
. all numbers online show a different company name when googled and have an extreamly similar story. These numbers all started calling at the exact same time.
From the other 2 posts I would say that it sounds like the Sunrise Service Center is calling with 2 different numbers. I will get call after call from both numbers and from this site I get that it is the same people. How many calls in a day make it harassment? Because I think each number is calling enough to make it harassment twice over.
Some place asking me if I wanted to "further my education"...they called my cell phone like 5x a day before I told them to knock it off and take my number off their list.
"Education Bridge" spam call saying I requested course info
FYI here is my email
Cc: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'; 'email@example.com'
We spoke when I phoned to ask you to remove my name from your list. You asked me to send you an email to request that. This is that email.
For the past 3 days I received numerous phone calls. The callers said that I had filled out an online form about further education (I did not), and that DegreeStreet had given them my personal details! I asked each caller to not call again, and they agreed, but I think it would be more efficient if we nipped this at the source, which seems to be your firm:
For your information here are the phone numbers of the callers I spoke with (plus one that was not listed at all)
"AIG member company"
"Colorado Technical Univ"
Thanks for pulling the plug on this."