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My call was from a Theresa Barnes. When I return her call at 888-252-3550 ext 104, her voice mails says she is Theresa Barnes with Paul Stanley's office. Also the Receptionist answers American Income Life.

I've been playing phone tag with her for 2 days. But after googling this information other websites where the Caller Id comes up as Jafoti Foti, I'm starting to think this is NOT a job interview I want to go on. Sounds like a scam.
Concord
 Jan 12th, 2011
I was called on 6-7-2010 by a man who said his name was "Art Sorianto" and that he had just taken over in the bay area and was looking for my Father, to renew his Policy with AIL, American Income Life. My Father does not have a policy with this company. I asked him to forward us info regarding a copy of "said policy" to my fathers home address, IF he knew it.
RWF
 Jun 08th, 2010
Jafoti-Foti is a Union Insurance Co. After you send in a yellow card, they come out to your home see if you want more than the Union provided insurance (at a cost).
Dave
 Oct 09th, 2009
He stopped by my house! He said he was with my bank and knew my name and that my mother was my beneficiary. He wanted to talk to me about my benefits and claimed I had sent in a yellow card requesting info which I did not. I reported it to the credit union and they thought they had figured out the situation and handled it. He then contacted me again a week later. This is when I decided to Google his name. I had a really bad feeling about this guy. He was an older Caucasian man maybe in his 60's?
Shannon
 Jul 31st, 2009
Jafoti-Foti has called numerous times and after my 1st contact with him, I stoped taking his calls; he continues to call and leaves me messages. Jafoti-Foti told me I had signed up for insurance last year and he wanted to come to my home to re-sign me. I told him I had never heard of him (his English was too bad for me to understand him) and there was no way I would allow him to come to my home. I asked that he not call again. Finally, I had to contact my phone provider to put a block on my phone. I "googled" his name and number and found others who have had similar calls from this person; some callers were female, using the name Jafoti-Foti. Had I kept track of all the calls, I would be reporting him to the police. It seems to me to be some sort of scam or a way for him to get into some unsuspecting persons home.
Radio
 Jan 09th, 2009

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