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THE FOLLOWING PHONE NUMBERS CLAIM TO BE AARP

646-652-6969
253-245-2534
909-610-2776
706-805-0637
216-626-6738
360-633-9274
541-257-1367
458-201-1356
872-345-6789
804-477-8007
424-273-2074
949-229-4221
407-459-7092
972-384-2582
830-201-1243
832-389-2988
469-294-3841
WE HAVE FOUND THAT IN SEARCH BROWSER
PUT IN JUST A PHONE YOU WILL GET SCAM
REPORTS, PLEASE GET THEM TO STOP, AND GO AFTER THEM
REPORT THIS TO THE MEDIA AS SCAMS THEY WILL BE SHUT DOWN
SOME OF THESE NUMBERS ARE DISCONNECTED NUMBERS
TSV00
 Jul 23rd, 2015
Caller ID said Member Rewards. They didn't leave a message so I don't even know what I'm a member of or what i'm being rewarded for.
Tom
 Feb 09th, 2015
Defender Security?
South Carolina
 Aug 22nd, 2014
Lucy's message on this phone number is ironic: the number she used is a scammer. What she did was to give the scammer her number which will go on the 'call a LOT' list, and sent around to other scammers! That's the exact opposite of what she claimed they would do.
Michael
 Feb 14th, 2014
Robo call: "The FBI reports...." Security system scam. The call does NOT give you an option to opt out, which is illegal.
Michael
 Feb 14th, 2014
Didn't recognize number so didn't answer. Caller hung up on my answering machine.
Jack
 Jan 19th, 2014
I keep getting robocalls from this number claiming to be "Member Rewards"--and also from other numbers claiming to be "Member Rewards"--860-791-6710; 832-389-2988; and 201-243-3390. I reported them to the FTC . I am on the Do Not Call List, but these people continue to call at all hours.
Kathleen
 Jan 13th, 2014
ROBO call selling, or so they say, security systems.
860-791-6710
201-243-3390
201-243-3416
323-498-6202
832-389-2988
973-273-7826
Fed Up
 Jan 09th, 2014
Well, asking nicely to stop calling didn't do any good so I search around for a solution. I finally found an effective comment on Friday; a do not call request service at 866-246-7196 scam. They provide this service only to a small number of companies that call consumers so first give the caller's phone number so they can verify it's on their list. Then give them the receiving phone number and they will add it to the do not call request list.
Lucy
 Jan 08th, 2014

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