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They called and left no message, from Grand Blanc, MI. I dialed number back arond 9PM and got "we're sorry, the number can not be completed as dialed".
John
 Sep 08th, 2010
I got a voicemail from this numbe,r from a young-robot-sounding woman, who said we spoke on the phone last week about lowering interest rates on my credit card. I am only 15 years only and I do not have a credit card. How did she get my number and not know that I did not own a credit card? How did she get my number, period?
Kayla
 Sep 07th, 2010
They called my cell phone and tried to sell me lower interest rates (robot-call). Now I have to pay for their call. I thought it was illegal to make calls to solicit business from cell phones. They are doing their business on my dime! Stop this kind of calls!
ejh50312
 Sep 07th, 2010
Some credit repair place.
Bill
 Sep 07th, 2010
Just called my cell phone but did not leave a voicemail message. Going by Jenn's comment, it looks like it's a busy computer-assisted dialing day for whomever it is.
Me
 Sep 07th, 2010
This caller -- a woman who sounded like a 7th grader -- left a voice mail. It was hard to tell whether this was a live person or a pre-recorded message. She addressed me only as "You", and began by saying that we had talked last week about some "deal" on lower interest rates. Didn't specify what those rates were for... which didn't surprise me since none of it was true. Ended by prompting me to call her back at 1-877-723-1423. Sounds like another scam to me.
Jenn
 Sep 07th, 2010

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