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Caller ID said "Future Payment" - he was breaking up too much on the phone to make out many words, but something about kidnapping.
Colorado
 Feb 02nd, 2017
856-295-9713 just called our business. Caller ID showed up as FPT. It was a female caller with a very strong Hindi accent. She claimed to be calling from FPT (Found out after a Google search that they are called Future Payment Technology), as we couldn't make out what she said due to her heavy accent. When pressed for more information, she then changed her story and claimed to be calling from Merchant Services. That's when our secretary knew right away that it was a scam phone call. Told her not interested, hung up on her, and blocked the number. Typical scam outfit bouncing numbers out of Canada into the USA, all out of a boiler room located in either Bangladesh or Sri Lanka.
Louisiana
 Sep 28th, 2016
Called cell on state & federal Do Not Call Registries. Hang up.
CaptTrouble
 Nov 24th, 2015
Fake credit card processing service. Criminal Credit scam, identity theft.
Bob
 Jul 17th, 2015
Called our business line was rude as hell. Hope they don't call back, bitch.
South Carolina
 Jul 16th, 2015
Called my business line; 09:33am, left no message.
Seattle, WA
 Nov 04th, 2014
Another fu...... Loser.
Bill
 Aug 18th, 2014
Don't answer!
North Carolina
 Apr 14th, 2014
This whoever is working at home to sell something, rudely approached me and mock whatever I said. If you are trying to sell something with illegally obtained number, at least have a good attitude towards a person who's receiving a call.
FTP
 Feb 27th, 2014
This ring of telemarketers keeps calling, and keeps harassing everyone in the entire world of America. They will soon be after your family also. It all starts with a hang-up or dropped call during communication on a celluar device. They are an illicit non-profit drug racketeering group that are fronting as an internet telemarketing agency. They start out by simply offering you a small business loan, or better placement in Google search listings. In exchange, they move their manufacturing machinery to your personal property, to run the real top secret operations. They have been investigated for quite some time. Police have continually been eluded by these relentless thugs! The FBI and CIA has been notified due to the barrage of arsenal these gorillas have recently obtained. They have mentioned extortion threats of Nuclear Warfare, Taliban, and theft of military drone aircraft. They use many other telephone numbers such as: 888-829-8126 360-340-9591 323-316-1003 and 800-526-9766. You will not gain access to those numbers until you have been promoted as a "Vice-Guest" in their cartel.

FCC
FTC
FDA

Myron Corp and SERVER MAGIC are GRAVE ROBBERS! These telemarketing SCUM need to die in a slow painful burning self inflicted death!


800-526-9766
913-529-2014
856-295-9713
910-212-6873

Scamming telemarketers with a common goal: TO SCAM YOUR MOST RECENT WIFE'S VIRGINITY.. .

Cop and paste.. add to the numbers. We can stand tall as a larger number!
007
 Feb 04th, 2014
Just another one of 50 million credit card processing cold calls we receive a day. Really annoying...
Dan
 Jan 24th, 2014
I was busy and didn't bother answering. No voicemail left.
Donna
 Jan 21st, 2014
The call came in and as soon as you answer the call ends, no response from the person on the other end.
Vanessa
 Jan 15th, 2014
Asked to speak to the owner. When told owner was not available, I was asked if I was the co-owner. Told them I was the only one here right now. He thanked me and hung up.
Heather
 Jan 09th, 2014
Woman called from FTP, asked for the owner. Told her she could speak with the GM. She got an attitude and asked if this was a branch location. Told her yes, and she hung up. Good riddance.
Car Dealership
 Dec 05th, 2013
Asked to speak to the owner. When told owner was not available, I was asked if I was the co-owner. Would not leave message.
Jeff
 Dec 05th, 2013
Individual called asking to talk with the owner. I responded with my standard greeting, "The Rubber Stamp Shop - This is Roy - How may I help you?" The individual (Credit Card Payment Processor Cold Call Work at Home for almost nothing person) asked to talk with the owner again. I again gave my standard greeting. She then asked if I was the owner. I gave her my greeting a third time. All she needed to do was identify herself, her company, and the nature of the call. I might have been able to help her. Instead, she became frustrated, called me something like Jesus Christ, and hung up on me. *Sigh*
MTRUBBERSTAMP
 Mar 06th, 2012
when I called it back it came back as Cresent processing co.
luke
 Jan 04th, 2012

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