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(423) 990-6688

located: United States, Blountville - TN

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423-990-6688 is a contact number on a Cell Number. This device is registered in Blountville, Tennessee, TN.

Telephone number styles: 990-6688 (Local dialling)   (423) 990-6688 (Domestic dialling)   +1-423-990-6688 (International dialling) 

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Report by megan Long ago Unknown
who do you think it was?
Report by jd2020 Long ago Unknown
rang cell phone and went to voice mail; no message left.
Report by Megan Long ago Unknown
I got this call too. Spanish. I'm scared
Report by Michael Long ago Unknown
just got this call from this number, as soon as i answered they hung up.
Report by Brandon Long ago Unknown
just got this call.  i did not answer.  no message was left.
Report by j Long ago Unknown
recording in spanish
Report by T Long ago Unknown
Just got this call... didnt hear anything and it said call forwarding.
Report by me too Long ago Unknown
Called my cell an hung up. About 4 people have been given this new number.
Report by what the hell Long ago Unknown
this is the 4th time ive been called by this number in 2 weeks, spanish recording.
Report by Brian Long ago Unknown
Called my cell. It was a recording in Spanish. Nothing registered on caller ID except the number.
Report by lena Long ago Unknown
I just got a call and all I heard was someone speaking Spanish.
Report by MeToo Long ago Unknown
Got a call from this number on my cell!!! %%#@$
Report by ToriBird Long ago Unknown
I just got a call, answered it and nobody was there....
Report by Midtown tool Long ago Unknown
Got a call from this number @ 4:50pm.  Collection agency?
Report by joe Long ago Unknown
don't know who it is, no message left and don't want anymore!
Report by Becky Long ago Unknown
I just got a call from this person, no one was on the other line...bizarre
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Just got the call about 10 sec ago. The recording in spanish that i received... "you are lucky winner number 10, if you want to know what you have won please press 1".
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Yeah, I think it's the same. They just dropped the phone call probably to make it all easier.

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The process was really quick and easy.

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I called this number back after they texted me.  I talked with an employee named Anna.  She asked a couple of questions about job preferences and contact info, but never asked for my social or anything.  I'm curious to see what they come up with.

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I called back and talked to a woman named Anna.  Seemed nice and eager to help.  I've been looking for a job for some time now, so it was nice to get a little help.  I hope it works!

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What do they want?

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Does anyone have more information?

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I eventually called Anna back, and it was all cool.  She asked me some questions about my job search and how to get in touch with me if they find a job that matches my qualifications.  I'm interested to see what she comes up with.

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No Caller ID, but the body of the message said it was from Anna about jobs. It had a number to call back.

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