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Report by VIJENDRA Long ago Unknown
i was also got missed call from this number. when i calling this number the number is not avilable......i am from india (gujarat)
Report by mhiaka Long ago Unknown
i got a missed call too...i wonder who it is...im also here in dubai...
Report by Nik Long ago Unknown
I'm also in Dubai and getting missed calls at odd hours. Has anyone answered to find out who it is?
Report by shabbir Long ago Unknown
I got a miss call from this number im in Dubai and dont know for what reason this call is coming and is untraceable........
Report by GHIE Long ago Unknown
i GOT A MISSCALL FROM THIS NUMBER I WANT TO KNOW WHAT COUNTRY USING THAT CODE.
Report by Sachin Mendonca Long ago Unknown
I got this call as well... at the most bizarre timing. where are you guys based. I'm in Dubai getting this call. Mostly @ 6 am... but i got one alst night as well???
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I got 2 missed calls early morning at 3:31am.
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700-199-6037

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I have a missed call from (700) 199-6037.  When I tried to call it back, the call failed.  I'm sure this is some sort of a scam or crap I don't want to be involved in.

700-199-6037

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I get calls from this number or another with a different last 4 digits about once a week.  (1-700-199-6019) any attempt to call back results in a message that says "the service you are trying to reach has become restricted or unavailable. Please contact customer care for assistance."  No name is furnished for the company and no number is given for "customer care".

700-199-6037

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Question...... they knew a person in the households name other then my own.... how? second why would they even care? for marketing? Just want to make sure so that just in case someone says yeah it doesn't lead to identity theft

700-199-6037

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got the same call they hung up on me to

700-199-6037

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They called me too. Should I call back?

700-199-6037

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Called twice, no answer when I picked up either time.

700-199-6037

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3/18/08 at 5:20 pm received a call from this number and it was a foreign guy-middle eastern accent who wanted to know if it was me_______my name and then said he was someone calling from Nebraska College? LOL.  I could barely understand him...He wanted me to confirm my name and I didn't. I hung up.

700-199-6037

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I keep getting these calls many times during the day, night and even overnight.  Does anyone know anything about these calls or who we can notify or how we can block these calls?

700-199-6037

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I keep getting calls from 700 #s but with different 4 digit endings, this being one of them...I haven't picked up the phone for any of them because I am usually busy...after reading these messages it is probably good that I don't...

700-199-6037

10 Report Long ago Unknown
someone keeps calling me.

441-475-8970

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Got a phone call that showed up on my cell as 441475897000.  I checked online and saw the country code was from Bermuda and found this site. I did not answer the call. Called my carrier, Sprint, and so far they don't see any suspicious activity on my account but said for me to keep monitoring it.What a creepy world!

386-233-9765

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Bought it hook line n sinker. Now they have my account number as well as ssn. What do I do?

386-233-9765

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Wow, so glad I found this site.  I've been getting calls from this number since I visited Daytona Beach last summer to scatter my mom's ashes.  Totally weird.  I called and got a person who explained this was a payday loan co.  I  explained that they were calling in error as my credit is seriously perfect and I've never even been in a payday loan place.  I asked to be put on their do-not-call list but I get at least two calls a week (both hangups).  The funny thing about this is that when I called back a second time to restate the calls were in error, I got a voicemail of a person.  "Hi I'm _______ at the Daytona Beach Payday Loan Company..."  The name they give is the same name as my dead mother.  So... I just put the number in my phone directory with a photo of my mom and a distinctive ring tone that my mom would have used and now my husband and I laugh everytime they call and say "There's Mom calling from Daytona Beach again!".  I can only think they fished our phone number as we drove on a street where this store is located on our way to the beach.  Weird, eh?

386-233-9765

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These people keep hanging up when they call my phone!!!! Idiots don't call if you are not going to say anything........................hill billy's

386-233-9765

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Keep getting calls from them.... indian accent so you know that it is a scam

386-233-9765

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This place keeps calling and hanging up. Total scam.

386-233-9765

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Some Payday Loan scam company saying I submitted an application for a payday long, totally bogus.

386-233-9765

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Called and hung up.  Been getting bogus bill collector calls all day.

314-209-1162

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I just went on an interview today, and I didnt get a good vibe about this at all after I was there, I was called by a girl named Rashida, and had the interview with April, and was asked to call them back today if I was going to get a second interview.  I had a friend look it all up for me and I found that it is all a SCAM, April talked to fast that I could hardly understand what it was I was going to be doing, and the music was turned way up, so very hard to hear, plus there is a blind on the front window as well as the other windows, and none were up, like nooone was to see in.  I was asked to call back at 4 and I am not going to be sucked into this.  I am a mom of three kids and even though I really need the money, I dont see how money could be made at this place with out going out and selling things, like people are going to buy with the way things are today!  So if you apply for this job and get a call for an interview, DONT GO,

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I worked for American Advantage for two weeks as a matter of fact one of these postings has my name on it. I was so desperate for a job i was willing to do anything. I have 2 kids and a husband and had been out of work for over a year. Everything sounded so good to be true but i hung in there for awhile until i just couldnt take it. I drove an hour everyday to get there and the hours were supposed to be from 9 to5 well b***s*** i was there at 8 and didnt leave till almost 6 and didnt get payed a dime nothing. I made a whole 40 dollars the 2 weeks i was there. Its nothing but a waste of time and money.The sad part is they make you go on the streets and sell this s*** in territory your not familiar with.I learned my lesson and the hard way.

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I called April back and cussed that lady out. She said why are you cussing at me and I said cause your a SCAM artist. I understand people SCAM people everyday but the fact that shes sitting infront of me playing me for a fool, WOW. I wanted to ask her if this was possibly a audition for PORN bc I would of banged her right then and there. HAHAHA

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Has called me about 7 times trying to get me to come for an interview !!

314-209-1162

19 Report Long ago Unknown
Yes they did me the same way! A girl name Jamie called with that high pitched voice with excitment all in it!! They said the name of there company was American Advantage and they sell fragrances for different distributing companies such as Sams, Anheuser Busch and varies of other big companies... The punch line that caught my attention was the office location and setting! They claim to be there temporary because their building was under construction. That was a joke considering that they had family pictures and different things all around the office that you wouldnt have somewhere that was considered to be temporary! And to put icing on the cake she said I will be in paid training for 3 months while my office is collecting dust until Im done!! How could people like that do people like this at a time when the job market is so dry and people are so desperate for a job!! Oh! I forgot she said my pay would be over 35,000 and better yearly. She wanted me to come in for a second interview and to bring pin and paper and be prepared to stay 2 hours or more. She said she turned down so many other people that she interviewed for me to get the position so make sure that I come!!! YEAH RIGHT!!! WATCH OUT PEOPLE FOR THESE PEOPLE!!! YOU CAN LOOK AT THEM AND THAT ALONE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF, IT WILL MAKE YOU QUESTION EVERYTHING.. JUST LOOK AT THE PERSON AND THE SURROUNDINGS... SELF EXPLANATORY!! DONT WASTE YOUR TIME...

314-209-1162

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I just got the same call from American Advantage.  No experience necessary - starting pay $35,000 to $45,000.  Same number 314-657-0980......  SCAM.......

314-209-1162

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I was called for an interview for the Office Manager position from a girl named Elizabeth, and she called from 314-657-0980 and stated the interview location was 8213 Gravois. She like many others asked that I bring a hard copy of my resume to the interview (duh), and dress business professional (another duh). She was rattling off directions and instructions as if she was reading from a script as well. I went ahead and kept the time slot for the interview, as if it really mattters anyway. Maybe it will keep one less victim away for an hour. These creeps that prey upon people that are either unemployed or just trying to improve themselvesd with better jobs ought to be held accountable for their actions legally. They might as well start calling people and telling them that their relatives are dead or something just as heartless as giving someone hope while they are scamming you. I'm just sayin'

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Thanks for posting this.  As soon as I spoke to Andrea I knew this was not a fully legit, bus, they pressure you to come right away and start in a week and wouldn't discuss the Company other than to say it was a Wholesale Fragrance Company, I smelled a rat, went on line and found your posting.Glad you mentioned here that it was American Wholesale Fragrance on Gravois.  Saved me wasting time and cancelling another appt.

314-209-1162

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Thank you! So glad I googled this number and didn't answer when they called!!! When she said the name of the company, it was just " whatever her name was at American"...I never put a resume in there! Thanks for the help!!!

314-209-1162

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I just got "hired" by this company. Things seemed fishy along the way. They tell you you are going to have an office manager position after their 60 to 90 day training period, which they hope you can do faster than 90 days because they have "so many offices to open and people to train!" Their business has apparently doubled over the past year! They're losing business left and right! B***S***. This "training period" requires you to sell their fake perfume in f****n parking lots. Going to the "orientation" tomorrow and ripping these people new a***oles.Ignore the gutter w***e April who tries to reel you in to an interview. This "VICE PRESIDENT" looks like shes been on a 5 day crack binge, somebody threw her in Dot's clearance bin, then pasted Dollar General make-up all over her face. It's an interesting look for someone who makes "so much money" every year. Threads hanging off her skin tight suit, boobs so big and fake I wonder how she doesn't accidentally suffocate herself while sleeping.

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i just had an interview with this place today.  how exactly do they scam you?  they also asked for a hard copy of my resume and asked me to dress business professional.  and the woman spoke so fast.  that i could barely ask her any questions.  her name was april.  what exactly do they scam you for?

314-209-1162

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This site just reiterated what I already knew. I recently applied for admin. positions online and I just received a call from Ian who asked me to come in for an interview tomorrow at 1:30 in the afternoon for an office management position.  He made sure to point out I should dress professional and bring a hard copy of my resume.  Uhhh...no crap. RED FLAG! I never applied for an office management position so I asked for the name of the company and he said AMERICAN WHOLESALE FRAGRANCE COMPANY.  No thanks… has SCAM written all over it.  I wonder how these people sleep at night.  *The number on my cell caller id was 314-450-1950**The address for the interview was 8213 Gravois Rd, St. Louis, Mo

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i just love how they act as if they are this huge comapny when in fact they are gypsi caravan ...lol

314-209-1162

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I a girl named Kelly called and set up an interview. She asked me to bring a hard copy of my resume. I went and while I was there she was still calling people to come in for interviews. She sounded very scripted!! Total scam. Did not go to sceond interview!!!  There were to many questions and no answers!!

314-209-1162

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Yeah, a girl named April called me to come in for an interview. Five Star is the caller I.D. She talked so fast, I had to ask her 3 times what the company was, and what exactly I would be doing.  She kept trying to get me to come in for an interview, and certain days weren't working for me.  It was like she didn't hear me, and was rushed b/c she would be making the decision soon.  She reminded me to bring my resume...why wouldn't I?  My philosophy is if there are too many questions and blanks to fill, unanswered questions....it's a scam.  I told her I would have to call her back.  Not going to obviously.  This is the 2nd time they've called me.  Apparently I've responded to 2 of their postings at different times.

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I responded to an ad on Craigslist for an Office Manager and was contacted by Jaime from this company. In my initial email, I had sent her my resume and detailed my qualifications, so I was surprised when she  didn't even mention them. In her email, she also mentioned to "be on time to your interview". DUH! I was a bit suspicious-for a position like an Office Manager, would you really be getting people you actually have to REMIND to be on time?! I mean, this isn't McDonald's you know? So I waited for her call and she called me at around 2:30 on Monday and she sounded very "scripted" and spoke reaaallly fast, and so I could barely get the name of the company or what exactly it was I'd be doing, although she did mention opening up a store in the morning. I couldn't come in at the times she wanted (I kept telling her I had work all the rest of that week, but it seemed to not sink in). So I agreed to call her on Wednesday as "she didn't know what her schedule would be like on Thursday". So I called her and a man answered the phone as "Five Star" (which is how I finally figured out the company name). Long story short, I got an interview scheduled with Jaime. It is supposed to be in about an hour, but last night, I did the standard googling of the company you are interviewing with and a bunch of scam stuff came up, but no one really said exactly HOW Five Star is a scam. So I kept looking and after a few hours of research, it turns up that they are a perfume "peddler" connected with Larry Hahn (google him, he's a creep). So after I heard that, I was not at all interested in interviewing with them. But in order to doublecheck, I just called them a few minutes ago (between 9-9:30, when I KNEW Jaime would be in another one of her "meetings", and asked the guy who answered what product they sell-he said "we are a wholesale fragrance company".  Soooo....I think Five Star is a St. Louis branch of Larry Hahn's perfume pyramid scheme. Don't go to an interview unless you want to waste your gas and time! I got suckered into something like this for Kirby vacuums and you never even get paid for your labor, they just brainwash you with all this talk of money, cars, women and motivational "meetings"...Wikipedia Article on Larry Hahn's company:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ScenturaArticle from a guy who "worked" for them (and was ripped off):http://www.babeled.com/2008/04/02/scentura-cr ... e-for-the-ages/

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Identity Thieves Prowling for Job SeekersFake job ads up 345% as recession creates opportunities for scam artistshttp://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2009/03/job_scams.htmlMarch 9, 2009 With the unemployment rate rising and living costs going up, more people are looking for new jobs or second jobs. These are ideal conditions, it turns out, if you’re an identity thief. Job seekers will register with employment agencies, check employment ads, mail out unsolicited resumes, network, post resumes on job search sites and search Craigslist. In fact, the UK Association for Payment Clearing Services which tracks the prevalence of fake job ads said that fake ads are up 345 percent over the past three years. Unfortunately identity thieves are taking advantage of these uncertain economic times to scam job seekers and gather personal identifying information.The Identity Theft Resource Center offers these tips: • Protect your Social Security Number by limiting how many people see it. Never put your SSN on a resume. Let a company ask for it when they consider you a serious applicant. To minimize your risk, you also may want to not list your home address and just put your city and state on the resume. • Consider opening a separate email account for your job search and keeping your primary email address private. Placing your email address on a resume could open the door to spam and phishing, account verification, and other email scams. (The recent Monster.com breach exposed resumes and email addresses. If you had placed your Social Security number or home email address on your resume, you could have made yourself a target.) • Check out a company you found on a website carefully before giving them your information, for example Craig’s List. Anyone can create a website, but it doesn’t mean that they are a real company. You can find information on a company through the Better Business Bureau or the State Attorney General where the company is located. You can also Google the business to find out more about them. Most reputable companies will have a significant presence on the Internet, not just a few mentions. • Avoid any website that requires you to “pre-register” with your SSN, home address or driver’s license number. Also, you should not be required to prepay to view job listings. Both these requirements are strong indicators of a scam. • Update your computer security prior to emailing resumes and receiving email correspondence. Making sure your computer security is currently updated against viruses, Trojans, and other types of computer malware can help to protect you from any intrusion in an attachment you might receive. • Make sure the person who contacted you actually works at the listed company and is not someone who has posted a job pretending to be part of a company. Does the URL address include the name of the company? If not, who actually sent it? Call the company involved, and ask for the Human Resources Department. Some companies recommend not responding via email to any person asking for more information, but rather to call the company directly. Rarely does a company hire someone sight unseen. • Be wary of some common job scams. Avoid any company, especially a foreign company that wants to hire you as a “payment representative “or” accounts receivable clerk.” This scam indicates that you get to keep a percentage of all checks or money orders you place in a bank account for them. Do not open a bank account for a company. You will be the responsible party should any money laundering occur, or if checks bounce. This is called a “money mule scam.” Another scam is to notify you that you are one of the finalists for a job, and they need your Social Security number to do a background check. If you have not had a face-to-face interview with the company, you should be very skeptical. No one gets a job based on a resume alone.Finally, watch out for the “work-at home” scams, especially those that ask you to “forward” packages you receive to a third party. That package may contain stolen goods or illegal drugs. There is rarely need to have a private party as a “freight forwarder.” The safest ways to job search are to use local want ads, visit the unemployment office, use temp employment services, tell friends and family about your search, and network via professional groups and business acquaintances. When contacting a local company you can meet them, see the facilities, and ask acquaintances in that industry about their reputation. Consider not contacting foreign companies, especially those from Nigeria, Russia and third world countries. Should you decide to use the Internet, ITRC strongly recommends that you read the safety tips on job seeking websites and report any suspicious posting to the website concerned. Read more: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2009/03/job_scams.html#ixzz0TGskhzJwFlorida Probes Eight Firms For Alleged Employment ScamsSuspected of exploiting desperate job-seekersFebruary 17, 2010 The ads make it sound easy; let the advertised firm train and place you in a new job, or set you up in a work-at-home business that will triple your income. It hardly ever works out that way, however. Now, the State of Florida has issued subpoenas to eight firms suspected of running employment or work-at-home scams. "Unemployed Floridians are particularly vulnerable to scams that falsely promise quick fixes for people who are jobless," said Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum. "With the unemployment rate in Florida at record highs, we need to be vigilant in our efforts against people looking to capitalize on someone else's difficulties." One of the firms receiving a subpoena is Career Services International, based in Orlando. McCollum's office is investigating allegations that the company misrepresents available services and collects fees for those services, but fails to provide them. Consumers have complained that the quality of service was not what the company had promised and indicated problems with missed deadlines, untrained employees, and lack of advertised expertise. Federal-State CrackdownThe subpoena is one of a series issued over the past several months targeting employment scams and was announced today to highlight the office's joint enforcement effort with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)and several other states. Seven other Florida companies have also received subpoenas investigating potential violations of Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act. Allegations include misleading or deceptive marketing of work-from-home opportunities as well as job placement services and other Internet business ventures. The other firms under investigation include: • Coretech Media LLC, doing business as Netcadetpro.com and Net Money Training, located in St. Petersburg; Investigation of unfair and deceptive trade practices related to home business opportunity kits advertised over the internet • Darling Angel Pin Creations, Inc., located in Brandon; Investigation of unfair and deceptive trade practices involving work at home job opportunity • GC Displays, Inc., doing business as Atlanticpacificonline.com, located in Clearwater; Investigation of unfair and deceptive trade practices involving job placement services • Home Biz Ventures, LLC, doing business as Bidfuel.com and Blogtoolkit.com, located in Clearwater; Investigation of unfair and deceptive trade practices involving internet business opportunity which offers on-line membership access to training and products to sell on auction sites • My Career Corp., Inc., located in Tampa; Investigation of unfair and deceptive trade practices involving job placement services • Pacific Webworks, Inc., located in Salt Lake City, Utah; Investigation of unfair and deceptive trade practices involving work from home opportunities • Viable Marketing Corp., located in Seminole; Unauthorized recurring charges associated with negative option "work at home" internet business opportunity McCollum says consumers should be wary of any company offering employment positions that require little or no education but claim to pay high wages, companies that charge an up-front fee for their services or products, companies that offer "memberships" to internet-based employment opportunities, and any other opportunity that sounds too good to be true. Read more: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2010/02 ... l#ixzz0ftMC4KaXFTC Cracks Down on Jobs Con ArtistsScams prey on Americans left jobless by the recessionBy James Limbach ConsumerAffairs.comFebruary 18, 2010 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has launched a new crackdown on con artists who are preying on unemployed Americans.The fraudsters utilize job-placement and work-at-home scams, promoting empty promises that they can help people get jobs in the federal government, as movie extras, or as mystery shoppers; or make money working from their homes stuffing envelopes or assembling ornaments.As part of the law enforcement sweep, dubbed "Operation Bottom Dollar," the FTC has filed seven cases against the operators of deceptive and illegal job and moneymaking scams. In addition, the sweep includes 43 criminal actions by the Department of Justice, many involving the substantial assistance of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.The agency also announced partnerships with the online job placement service Monster.com, the search engine Bing and the centralized network of online communities Craigslist to help job seekers recognize job scams so they can avoid being victimized. Monster, Careerbuilder, Bing and Craigslist will display FTC consumer education material to people who are using the companies' Web sites to look for jobs."Federal and state law enforcement officials will not tolerate those who take advantage of consumers in times of economic misfortune," said David C. Vladeck, Director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection. "If you falsely advertise that you will connect people with jobs or with opportunities for them to make money working from home, we will shut you down. We will give your assets to the people you scammed, and, when it's appropriate, we'll refer you to criminal authorities for prosecution."To help consumers avoid being conned by employment scams, the FTC has produced a new consumer education video in English and Spanish.Read more: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2010/02/jobs_scams.html#ixzz0gesTr4l6

314-209-1162

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They just called me for an interview for tomorrow.  "Jaime" claimed they could start me out at $36,500 per year.  The company was called 5 star.  I'm not going now after reading all of this!

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I got a call from the "Five Star" company today, and I strongly suggest that you try as much as possible to research this company before you agree to come in for an interview. If you have already agreed to come in for an interview, read the google scam reports on this company. I waited to research it, and now I'm almost certain that I have been scammed by this company.

813-999-0203

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They called me rang twice and hung up.

813-999-0203

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THEY CALLED NE AND OFFERED ME A MODELING JOB IN BALTIMORE

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They called me and then hungup

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