Is who call me unknown
Tasha Matthew Oct 16th, 2009
I answered instead of letting it go to the answering machine. No voice, not even background noise or a robocall. Still don't know who called.
Melanie A. Apr 28th, 2009
I told AT&T if they called me 1 more time i was cancelling my phone with them and going to WOW. See how that works out
does not leave message on machine. Calls almost daily. I do not answer calls from unknowns or numbers I do not know.
Guess I need to get a whistle and change my tactics.
Received numerous calls from this company. 3/3/09 at 2:45pm, 3/6 at 5:00pm, 3/11 at 3:35pm, 3/13 at 12:55pm, 3/16 at 5:36pm, 3/18 at 1:57pm, and 3/19 at 2:48pm. Name on Caller ID "877 Services". It feels like we are being harrassed by this company since our telephone number is unlisted. We also wonder WHY the company won't identify itself on caller ID.
Annoyed at Home Mar 20th, 2009
When I told them I wasn't interested last time, I hoped I had gotten rid of them.
I guess it's time to test my carbon monoxide detector into the receiver when they call.
I do not want to receive calls from this number whether it is ATT or any other caller who uses this tactic... Ring twice and then total silence...This accurs daily and forever...What is the effect on the receipient...Well if its your family member it gets to their nervous point and they start to think that a pervert or a phone bug is loose.
B. Atanasio Mar 05th, 2009
I thought companies had to display their names on caller ID.
This number is from AT&T wanting to sell their high speed DSL service.
I have received calls from this number daily for perhaps the last 6 months. I simply don't answer.
Since this was their third attempt in 3 days, I decided to answer and see what they were selling.
It's AT&T selling their fiber optic-based Uverse bundled products.
I told them I was happy with what I had, and hung up.
Let's hope that's the end of it.
I read a lot of the messages about this number from people who believed that being on the Do Not Call list would protect them from this call.
If you do business with AT&T (for example, if you have a phone), then, by default, they have your permission to telemarket you.
To get them to stop, you need to ask them to take you off of THEIR list.
If that doesn't work, find an annoying way to answer the calls. If you're annoying enough, they'll stop.
I got a call from this number and it was no one on the other end.
Rings several times a day and nobody on the other end when we answeer the call
I pay AT&T extra each month for the ability to screen calls via their caller-id service. Using today as an example, I have received 12 calls, starting at 1:45pm and ending (so far!)at 8:04pm, roughly averaging 1 call every 30-45 minutes. Using a somewhat-twisted thread of logic (basically following AT&T's example, from what I can see), this is what I come up with: (A)I pay them monthly for caller-id to find out who is mercilessly calling me. (B)They mercilessly call me. (C)I find out it is them mercilessly calling me. Obvious conclusion is that (D)They must have an available monthly plan I can subscribe to, paying them each month to NOT mercilessly call me. With them, it is all about the money, down to the tenth of a penny (why else would they have discontinued their free time-service in the recent past - remember being able to dial p-o-p-c-o-r-n to get the time? well, no more!), so maybe, if everyone pitched in a few extra bucks each month, Ma Bell's greed would be (temporarily) assuaged. That is, until corporate personnel decide to upgrade their personal vehicles from Rolls Royces to Lamborghinis!!!
This was probably at least the 6th call in a few days, if not at least the 9th to 10th call.
All the other calls I did not pick up. Nothing left on answering machine.
This time I didn't have my glasses on and picked up the phone.
AT&T...Didn't let the person get into the sales pitch. I informed them we have been and are currently on the do not call list. He continued trying to get the pitch in. I reminded him again.
Then he said he would go ahead and include our # on it.
I said that was rude as we are already on the list. I hung up.
A little later our other phone line rang. This is a dedicated fax and lifeline phone line. I do not have a caller ID on it. I just let it ring and the fax attempt to pick up.
877-871-9585 is AT&T Customer Service
Att internet, would not leave a message.
I have received several calls from this number over the past few days. When I answer, the "caller" immediately hangs up.
Call from this number; I answered, they said nothing... (ugh!)
Relentless repeated calls from 877-871-9585 every single day for weeks on end now. I finally called the number and got AT&T customer service and asked them to be placed on the AT&T do not call list. She said she had JUST gotten a caller before me complaining about the same exact number. Sounds to me like an automated call center run amuck!! Unplug that computer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Got a call from this number, but no message was left on the answering machine. Reported as a violation of the DNCL.
This has been going on for 2 YEARS (july 25, 2006 is the first comment on this page).
File a complaint with the FCC here:
'Abandoned Calls','Silent Calls,' and 'Dead Air Calls' are illegal.
Keep getting calls from this number and just don't answer. If it is AT&T then they are "allowed" to call its customers since you already do business with them. Bah! What an annoyance!
unknown name calls me everyday at least 3 or 4 times
Some guy asked for me by name. I told him that I was called a few days ago by AT&T, and I told them to take my name off the list. I was not pleased that they did not do so, and I chewed out the caller...too bad for him.
Female voice said she was calling in behalf of AT&T. I didn't believe her..told her to cut the crap...don't call me again, and I hung up.
Call the Call Annoyance Bureau 800-348-8727
)--when I did the calls changed to a different number. I also reported it to the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-382-4357
, under annoying/harrasing phone calls prompt. Good luck! I am also on the donotcall list.
It's AT&T calling to sell you the 'UVERSE' package...you know, digital TV. It's from INDIA, and I ripped her a new one for calling me 4 times a day for three weeks. AT&T is just plain RUDE AND INSENSITIVE! Here is a tip guys.. http://www.home-and-office-phone-depot.com/index.htm order Caller ID Manager and the remotes....no more shit from anyone, anytime for any reason. The phone is not supposed to be for harassment! FUCK THEM GOOD with "Caller ID Manager".
It's AT&T! They just called, I called back, had to wait, then I was told by a recorded message that they were currently closed and to call back! These fucker's are unbelievable! They call two to three times a day and NEVER leave a message!
Oh GOD! Phone harassment to the max. This number calls two to three times a day and never leaves a message. This site says it is at&t, but I called at&t and asked to be removed from all marketing. I still get these calls. When you answer there is no-one there. I am really tired and cannot get a moments peace. The phone rings constantly.
I AM SO SICK OF AT&T! I get calls from this F**** number 3 times per day minimum! Never anybody there. I have called them twice to get my number removed and they either have put me on hold forever or told me they need a code from my bill to take the number off of the calling list. BULLSHIT! I am cancelling my service with them for EVERYTHING!!!!
Answered - no one on the phone, perhaps a computer generated call?
Bob San Diego Apr 15th, 2008
This number calls every single day, often multiple times in a day. A voice message is never left, however it it does leave a long obnoxious sound that fills up my answering machine. Until reading here, I didn't know it was AT&T because a name never displays, only the number. I am on the do not call list and have filed a complaint with them. I am also filing a complaint with AT&T Corporate, though I doubt it will do anything. (http://www.corp.att.com/contact/forms/inquiries.html)
Buried in at&t's website is a page that includes phone numbers to call if you want to opt out of at&t marketing calls even though you may be a subscriber to at&t. (we just returned to at&t.) fastest way to get to that list of numbers is to cut and paste following into internet address line of your computer and hit enter. (The list covers only a few states, but includes California, my state. It includes business hours to call, which I plan to do. I hope this works.) http://www.att.com/gen/contact-us?pid=8
They call regularly, and actually do say something into our answering machine - our name, like "Richard? Richard, you there?" and then hang up. Like they're trying to get us to pick up. Sneaky bastards
I get calls from this number at least six times a day! I don't answer and they don't leave a message.
I get call from this number everday; I have no idea why they keep calling. never leave message.;
They call almost everyday but I never pickup
They call every day sometimes more than once.
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Thank goodness for Comcast.. With call rejection I never have to get another call again!!!
ALways call don't leave a message
After 12 missed calls in one day from this number and 3 additional calls the next day before noon with no messages, I decided to answer. It took about 20 seconds for them to respond but then they said it was AT&T and they wanted to know how my new phone service was and how my internet access was. I dont even have internet from AT&T. Anyways let see if the calls will finally stop !
It's AT&T customer service. Not sure why they've been calling me. I called the number back and spoke to a rep, said he had no notes as to why I was being called, said he'd make a note to make sure I'm not called by them unless it's important (no special offers and crap).
I have been called numerous times from this number and no one ever speaks. It is creeping me out. Seriously.
How many times can one company call. Fortunately they ALWAYS call during the day when we are at work and they never leave a message. Don't know what they want and don't care. I am on the Do not call list so this should not be happening. I'm not even an AT&T customer.
multiple calls everyday taking up answer machine time beating phone on desk. I can hear they are in a big room with lots of people. Calls start at 8am and go on all day. I am about to get our phone taken out. There's nothing anyone can do and I am on the do not call list. Don't know why they have the list if nobody enforces it.
getting lots of calls from this no. but never a message
The calls are from AT&T, trying to sell an Internet/TV package. Calls have been coming twice a day (once at 1:00 am), very annoying. I called AT&T customer service (1-800-288-2020
) and the customer service rep said all AT&T sales calls would be blocked. Well, that never happened. Calls are still coming. Very frustrating. I use AT&T for my land line but will NEVER use them for internet or TV connection.
This number has called 2-3 times a day for the past month! I never pick up, and they never leave a message. Last month the caller ID said "unknown name", but now it says "877 services". I am on the Do Not Call registry, and I am not able to block this number. I work from home and the constant ringing is a real pain.
Our phone service is through At & T but we did not order any new service and are on the national "Do Not call List" My partner answered the call and the person on the end claimed to be from AT& T claiming we had ordered fiber optics.We had not and the call was disconnected.
I don't answer the phone when it rings if caller ID reports it as "unknown," but I got tired of constantly seeing this number pop up on my caller ID so I Googled it and found this page. I called the number and asked the operator to put me on the do not call list for AT&T and its vendors. She said I would be placed on the list in the next 30 days so I guess I could conceivably get these annoying calls for another month...
Given that AT&T sold me the Caller ID upon which their telemarketers leave nothing more than 877 Services, something is wrong with this picture. Entre nous, it persuades me not to take the call and to leave the status quo as the status quo. If they want me that badly to sell me something hot, they can identify themselves, leave a message or try to get past the NO SOLICITORS sign at my house and knock on my door. I might let them sit outside all day there too. Why bother answering a call when the whole point of caller ID is to have the option of not answering? Why bother using the National Do Not Call List when the the un ID'd caller is your own phone company which you can learn from a website like whocalled.us? I suggest to all concerned that you can easily - by your silence - impress them that you are a member of the National Do Not Bother to Answer List. If I need you, AT&T, I'll call you or look up your services on the web and go cyber with you. Keep billing me by e mail. That works. It's a fact I asked you not to charge me for keeping my number unlisted and it's still unlisted to the public. That's o.k. If you don't call, I still won't have to not answer.
Nicholas Binion Nov 29th, 2007
This company has been calling me everyday for the last year and I'm sick of it! I am on the do not call list and want to get an attorney to take them to court for harrassment. I friggin hate them too!!!!!!!!!!
I have received several calls from these idiots over what seems to be the last year or so. I never answer calls that don't ID themselves. When the answering machine picks up, the call ends. I've answered the phone, just to see who it was and they hung up. Then, they called right back. So, I picked up the phone and hung it right up. Big mistake. They just kept calling and calling and calling. I finally unplugged the phone. Maybe if everyone who keeps getting these calls files a complaint on the National Do Not Call List website, they'll stop annoying everyone.
these people never stop calling! I answered the call by mistake. There was a 3 sec pause then a guy started asking me if I wanted to add services to my at&t plan. I said I was busy, thanked him and hung up. I signed up for do not call list which will be effective in about a month. if these people still call me next month, i'm going to report them.
I confirm that this is AT&T. They are happy to add you to their Do Not Call list if you ask them to. NOTE: you will need to provide them with your name, phone number that is being called, and the 3 digits which appear after the end of your phone number on your phone bill (you can also look this up online if you have online account access).
Calling back gives message: "Welcome to AT&T Customer Service". AT&T are long-time telespammers.
this lady asked for my dad and i told him he wasnt home then she goes are u the only person that makes decisons for using the phone and i was like wat the hell n clicked..
877- called for an 8th time (2:13pm) in past few days.
I am on the DNC.gov list, and have not personally verified this 877# as an ATT-related number. I am guessing I receive these calls as an ATT "Legacy" customer (California) since they began following my receipt of the first new bill.
Technically, anyone wanting to be removed from ATT and/or its vendors' telemarketing should call their local Customer Service number (on your phone bill), and request that your number be removed from these lists. I do not know how long it takes for this request to take effect.
Should you continue to get calls from 877-871-9585, you might also phone 1-800-791-6661
, and just stay on the line till a human being answers. It is my understanding that this is an ATT Executive Offices number which handles customer issues/complaints for residential numbers (I was transferred from another corporate office number).
I provided the who-called-us information, and stated that if this is not an ATT/ vendor call, that ATT might want to know who was using their corporate name fraudulently given the irritation these numerous hang-up calls are creating for so many individuals.
UGH - there's 877 calling again (4:20pm).
I ported my number from at&t. Maybe that is why they are calling. I am on the do not call list
When I called the number back, I was connected with AT&T, with whom I have current business relationship - both landline at home and cellular phone service (therefore AT&T does have a financial relationship with me, which means that the National DNC list does NOT apply!). When the representative recited the products that they are pushing, my response was that 1. I am already a Cingular cell phone customer; 2. I use a cable ISP, which is faster than DSL; and 3. I am not interested in digital Satellite TV service to replace my cable access provider. She then asked if I wanted to be placed on their DNC list, I said yes. For some reason which demonstrates corporate incompetencty, their DNC list may not get updated for up to 30 days (just try that when you don't send in your payment for thirty days!).
We'll see whether the calls stop.
They've been calling forever, multipoe times a day. After reading msgs here, I called. It's "AT&T Customer Service." "We want to make sure you are saving the most money you can with our services". I am an AT&T Customer, so I said OK. He found a plan that saved money, but I actually found one that saved $2 more (not that much, I admit). So after all that, I told him how annoying the calls were, with no msgs left, so please put me on the DNC list at AT&T, and he did. He was very nice and I remained very nice and I saved some money. HOWEVER, about 30 mins later the STUPID 877 SERVICES number called again! And again an hour after that! You'd think once you actually spoke to them and changed some services, that they'd mark your account as DON'T SOLICIT for a while (at least for 30 days or so, which in my case would hopefully be long enough for the DNC request to kick in). SHEESH
They have been calling day and night (as early as 730am and late as 800pm in CA). I just called back and it's at&t telemarketing. I told them to put me on do not call, but I dont understand since I'm on the federal do not call list! We'll see if this works.
I keep getting calls from Truelogic on my cell phone. I have had the phone 3 years and have never given the number to anyone except family members.
I called and was asked over and over for my cell number and I kept asking how they could get a cell number that only 5 people knew. They finally hung up on me.
I wonder if among their many scams they may be also collecting and celling cell phone numbers. Don't give them anything as far a phone number, and don't call from your cell because they can simply use caller ID to capture what they know is a working number. When they call me now I just set my autodialer on my computer to call they back every 5 minutes for an hour so they get to know what it's like to be harrassed.
I received repeated calls and I decided to call back. I called the number and the representative was very pleasant and took my name off their call list.
called back number, often no one on other line. My wife call back and they said they were from "WOOL-MART" and we won a prize. Use extreme caution - i think it is a Canadian Boiler room- scam. U send money to win a prize you really did not win. Watch out folks.......
I've gotten more than a dozen calls from this 877-871-9585 and they don't leave a message on my answering machine. I can see by others on your website that I'm not alone. Unknown name
I came from work one day at 5:30 PM with 11 blank voice mails. When I checked the caller id history, all from this 877-871-9585. The funny thing is I got 3 more calls before it stopped for the day. I still get 5-8 calls per day from these bozos; and yes, after I've re-registered with donotcall.gov.
Why don't we file a class action law suit against At&t.
I am talking to an attorney and he wants me to compile a list of people being harrassed by at&t, I am sooooo mad that I wanna hurt this person bad he or she is not in front of me, so you guys are really tired and want to do something about it, send me an email at email@example.com and I want to pass it on to the attorney.
Same as the others. They call every day and never leave a message.
From August 2006 till this day i recieve at least 3-6 calls each day including sundays as early as 8am and as late as 8pm California time from this 877-871-9585. I have asked Att to discontinue calling me and they say they cannot guarantee that the calls will stop
We have received 40 calls over last 10 days from this number. We are registered on the DoNotCall Registry - and have been for since 2003. I have filed a complaint with the Do Not Call Registry.
this number calls me at least twice a day. i'm so sick of it.
Called the number, answered by AT&T. Asked them to put us on the do not call list and they said they would.
Why bother reporting this number if someone isn't even going to do anything about it.
Twice today. I hope AT&T not hiring outside agency (vendor?) to call their or others to boost caller-id subscriptions.
I called back and said DO NOT CALL. The person said he was adding me to the DNC list.
Within one hour I had another call. :>(
Ok, I took "pissed off's" advice and sent a firm request to AT&T Corporate. Hoping the madness will end soon for all of us!!
Annoyed in CA Aug 18th, 2007
complain to att corporate
pissed off Aug 14th, 2007
I was at home recovering from an injury and received at least 7-8 calls all day long. I finally called the number and it was AT and T. I asked them to remove my number and was told that my number will be removed within 30 days along with a letter confirming my request. Time will tell if this is true.
They call everyday and never leave a message!I am sick of it!
Finally called them back. Said it was a vendor for ATT selling internet and dish services. UNDERSTAND: as far as DO NOT CALL list, it does not apply to "companies with whom you have a relationship" -- that means if you've ever been an ATT customer, ATT or its rep vendors can call you all they want.
DavidSanDiego Aug 02nd, 2007
I kept getting calls from this number and when I would answer no one would be there. When I finally called the number back, I got AT&T Customer Service and I asked to be put on the Do Not Call List.
You people are all a bunch of idiots. You all keep saying your on the DO NOT CALL list...well who's do not call list? AT&T's? The National Do Not Call list doesn't cover companies you already do business with, so maybe you better read up on it a bit before you all sign your dumb american names to it
I am called by this number every night, once an hour from 4:30 to about 7:30. It is painfully annoying, and if it is AT&T they should be fined out the @#$#$ for it!
877-871-9585 is At&T customer
Received two calls this week. When answering the second occurrence, someone was actually there! The company says they are a vendor for AT&T, calling on behalf of AT&T to save me money. Spoke with Ali Mohmoud and asked to be removed from his call list, as well as AT&T's and anyone else's list he calls "on behalf of." Ali is employed by "Telac" in Virginia (Arlington Cty), in Roslyn (sp?).
By the time I was done asking this person to take me off the list and debating what is and what is not a SALES call, I had already wasted more time than any savings he could offer.
Just of it is this:
AT&T is the main company behind this according to Ali.
Telac has the dirty job of calling "on behalf of AT&T."
We have to wait for some lazy ass government stiffs to do something about these annoyances.
CHECK OUT WWW.KILLTHECALLS.COM IN THE MEANTIME AND TAKE ACTION.
THEN VOTE SOMEONE INTO OFFICE WHO ACTUALLY CARES ABOUT THE CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTRY AS OPPOSED TO THE NON-CITIZENS (CORPORATIONS).
Called on cell phone and left no message. Repeat. Very annoying.
anoie muss Jun 27th, 2007
i get calls nearly every day they do not leanve a messgae very aggravating
They call us twice a day and they never leave a message.
I have the same complaint as everyone else. I decided to call customer service. I talked to a very courteous and concerned representative and asked to be put on the DNC list. She even typed this 877 number on her computer and read the comments herself. She said she will have this problem looked into. I was very impressed with her concern regarding this problem that we all are having.
Get a call at least once a day from these idiots. It's always a recording whether I answer or let it go to voicemail. Each time they say it's an important message and it's not a sales call then leave the number to call them at. What's so aggravating is that I'm not an AT&T customer and this is a business cell that I've never used for any kind of telecom service.
How stupid is this company? They really have nothing better to do than make these calls all day long? This is almost like harrassment. I get an average of 4 calls every day from these idiots. 877-871-9585 should fall of the face of the Earth. It would make me smile.
Cancel your business with AT&T. Then if they continue to call you, file a complaint with www.donotcall.gov. If everybody on this list did this, probably be enough to fine AT&T to the point where the calls would stop once requested.
They call day and night with "unknown name" on my caller i.d.; but now i know it's a.t.&t... Who Called is a great service...Thank-You...