This number just called 3 times back to back left a 5 second empty message every time. You want me to call you back leave a message.
angry mom of 2
 Aug 16th, 2013
i just got a call, no voice mail left. I do have boost mobile though, but they send me BS texts all the time, and I dont just answer any call that comes through. I always assume it's some sort of scam if they have to call me. I also check my credit card activity just in case it was an emergency alert
 Mar 27th, 2013
Robocall said Boostmobile voicemail system has been upgraded. Old messages will still be available for 30 days if I call my number and punch in "00". What is BoostMobile? I have Virgin.
 Mar 27th, 2013
se me bloque la sim card y me pide el codigo del punk y el de la sim y no se cuales son
 Nov 12th, 2012
This number is a boost mobile customer, boost mobile customer service number is 888-266-7848 and 866-402-7366, email is, to talk to an operator wait for message to go to english, press 5, press 2, press 4, wait for all menu options and after a few seconds it will ask if you want to talk to a rep press 0, press 2. let them know about this number calling you and they will tell you to make a report at your local law enforcement agency and let them know it is a boost number. Hopefully we can all make enough calls and reports to get these people to stop bugging us!
 May 08th, 2012
I have done some investigation on this:

It is a boost/virgin mobile prepaid phone. It is obvious that it is a cutout (they forward the calls through the phone, so when the feds start closing in, they can dump it and the feds are stuck with a dead end. If you have ever wondered why a valid ID and credit card MUST be required for a prepaid phone, this is it.).

I have filed a complaint with the FTC and EVERYONE who gets a call from this number should do so.

I managed to get Dan Schulman's office on the phone about this, and let him know that the number in question is being used in the performance of a federal crime, and it would be in Boost's/Virgin's interest to address the issue of this cutout number & similar numbers.

If you have a few hours, you might want to do the same & contact Mr. Schulman, or Mr. Hesse (Nextel CEO).

You CAN get them on the phone if you want to. Takes a little time, and some social engineering skills. My technique today was call the Reston Executive Briefing Center in Reston Virginia. When the staff answered, I huffed & told the woman that I was supposed to be coordinating a meeting at the center with Mr. Hesse, Amanda Louie, Leigh Horner & Terrence Phillips (Manager Network Engineering), Timothy G. Kelley (Director Network Engineering) & Mr. Schulman & that I kept being fobbed off, would they please connect me with Mr. Schulman's office.

They forwarded me to Mr. Schulman's secretary. Speaking to her, I dropped all pretenses, and was EXQUISITELY polite. I told her I had a real problem, and I have heard she was the person to help me solve it (stroke the ego, and people generally want to help people who are polite) and so on.

These are techniques I used to use professionally. You might have to try several numbers. Try being angry, very polite, disappointed, confused. Try speaking in another language and repeating your target's name repeatedly with heavily accented "Please to connect to" (French seems to work best).

Once you find out the executive's secretary's name, you are golden. Dial random numbers in their exchange and ask someone to forward you to the secretary. Again, try being frustrated (*pah* This is the 5th time I have been forwarded. I am supposed to be speaking with Mrs. Johnson right now. Could you please forward me? -or- What is her extension?), or angry, etc. Polite, but frustrated seems to work best.

Once you get the secretary (administrative assistant) on the line, be EXQUISITELY polite. These people CAN help you if they LIKE you, and you need them to like you. Ask them to help you solve a problem, and tell them you have heard he/she has a reputation as a person that solves problems.

DO NOT ABUSE THESE TECHNIQUES! I use them very rarely, and only when I have no other real option. They work though. Every time.

Good luck with it.

Shutting down 813-333-8999 is a start, but that won't do these jerks any real damage since that is a cut-out phone. They will just pick up a new number. I wanted Boost to be aware of it so they can perhaps prevent the abuse of their system, and making enemies of other people, since this WILL get out to the public if it persists & give Boost a bad name as colluding with federal crimes.

I spelled that out to the FTC and Boost, and recommend you do the same.

Boost is a subsidiary of Nextel, so reaching Mr. Hesse may be useful as well.

Oh, and parking decks tend to be soft targets. The security tends to be underpaid, and to have a company directory...

Here is some good info to get you started down the trail:

boost 888-266-7848

nextel 888-788-0788

Dan Hesse - 703-433-4040 - Old CEO number
Chief Executive Officer
Sprint Nextel Corporation


512/554.1701 Amanda Louie

Leigh Horner, 703-433-3044


Terrence Phillips – Manager Network Engineering - 911 Timothy G. Kelley – Director Network Engineering
Desk: 913-827-0522 Desk: 913-794-8152

913-624-5800 - Legal Department

866-206-4108 - Tier two support

CEO, Gary Foress (old CEO, current is Hesse, but numbers still helpful).
703-433-4040 Direct
703-433-4352 Fax
Office of the CEO
Meghan Land - 703-433-4094
 Jun 08th, 2010
Foreign sounding guy --- asking for a Lisa. Called twice.
 May 24th, 2010
Boost Mobile called my number, but the guy has such a bad speech impediment, I did not know what he was saying. I thought he was welcoming to the "Bliss Mount" family. I said I had no idea who he was and wanted to know how he got my number. I then Googled the number and saw it was Boost Mobile. All I could do was laugh.
 Oct 30th, 2009
I received a call from this number. The person was speaking Spanish. I clearly told him that this is America, Speak American here.
 Oct 29th, 2009
the number just called me at about 11:30.. i didnt answer it and was left no mssgs by it.. i have a nextel and thats part of boost if im not mistaken? but i dont understand why i would be getting calls from boost..
 Jun 23rd, 2009
Boost Mobile left an automated message on my Verizon cell phone. Does anyone know who to contact to complain?
 Jun 05th, 2007
I received the same message
and a 10 $ Credit, on my work phone.
 May 18th, 2007
Boostmobile called my virgin mobile acct. claiming that unless I contact boost & give $$ my account will be cancelled. That is total crap because my account is totally "topped up" & current.
The Boost folks should be prosecuted!!!
Jersey Girl
 Mar 22nd, 2007
Boostmobile called my unpublished number and left a pre-recorded message. I do not have an account with this company... duh, I have a zero balance, I dont even have an account with them!
 Jan 16th, 2007
Boostmobile call. They used to only call my Boost phone. No idea how they got my "new" landline # to call with a message about a contest promotion.
 Nov 19th, 2006
Got a call from boost and I don't have a boost. I have a nextel. It was pre-recorded aqbout winning a car or something. How did they get my number? This is annoying.
 Nov 08th, 2006
Pre-recorded message from boostmobile.
 Nov 05th, 2006
Diddo what Marcus said. A nice long message/commercial from Boostmobile.
 Nov 02nd, 2006
Boostmobile called my unpublished number and left a pre-recorded message in direct violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991.
 Aug 24th, 2006