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(516) 224-0069

located: United States, Bethpage - NY

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516-224-0069 is a contact number on a Cell Number. This device is registered in Bethpage, New York, NY.

Telephone number styles: 224-0069 (Local dialling)   (516) 224-0069 (Domestic dialling)   +1-516-224-0069 (International dialling) 

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Report by shannon Long ago Unknown
same.... call no answer when picked up
Report by jes Long ago Unknown
incoming call I didn't answer. No message left.
Report by Larry Long ago Unknown
No message left!
Report by Cobra Long ago Unknown
Unsolicited telemarketing, recorded, calls rec'd from (516) 224-0069
Report by lish Long ago Unknown
got a call not too long ago. picked up and there was nothing coming from the other end, not even background noise. i tried calling the number back and i got a recording saying, "if you would like to be placed on our do-not-call list, please press 1." i did so and it replied with, "we apologize for the inconvenience." then it cuts off. i look at my phone and it says called failed. so strange. area code in new york or something.
Report by pete Long ago Unknown
I missed the call too.
Report by Dang Long ago Unknown
missed call
Report by annoyed Long ago Unknown
Received call from this number but no one said "hello" just silence
Report by Jeanine Long ago Unknown
Answered but no one spoke when I said hello.
Report by Cindy Lou Long ago Unknown
lol called my cell, when I picked up no one answered, heard background noise, and then I hung up, tried to call back and press "1" but nothing... hopefully they don't call back
Report by thomeisha Long ago Unknown
called, when I picked up no one answered, heard background noise, and then I hung up
Report by Joe P. Long ago Unknown
received call, no message.
Report by Seri Long ago Unknown
Just got a call from this number. They told me the same thing, selling health insurance. I am getting lots of these calls. So, when I answered, the computer said "if you want ......, press 1". I did exactly. Someone answering saying "hello",but I did not say anything. After about a minute, I hung up without saying anything. I am being rude for rude people...
Report by Wendy Long ago Unknown
Received a call from (516) 224-0069 and spoke with the representative.  This is a SCAM.  They claim to sell health insurance but they do not.  Beware.
Report by RAA Long ago Unknown
received call on my cell phone - no one there.
Report by TL Long ago Unknown
received call, no message left
Report by Michelle Long ago Unknown
No answer when picked up.
Report by JON Long ago Unknown
No answer when picked up
Report by anonymous Long ago Unknown
did you sign up for intellius? they are a big scam... they started charging me fees i was not aware of, and suddenly i am getting phone calls from marketers...
Report by dave Long ago Unknown
received call

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613-706-0563

38 Report Long ago Unknown
am sick of this number calling me i don,t want this  house phone any more. its the card  people  keep calling and know they keep  writeing   rong names on there  number now do they think we are dum our somethng. well we are not. get A life get A real job stop stilling from the hard worker,s get a dam life.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I am constantly bothered with this call from 613-706-0563 on my cell....I am registered w/the Do Not Call List for my home and cell.  This is an invasion of my privacy.  I do not answer, simply hang up and never answer...Maybe they will get the message....caller ID can help us block these annoying calls.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
Three calls on three different days. So far only hang ups

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
This is an ongoing fraud campaign attempting to obtain credit card information.  An illegal robodial message claims you have won a prize, and you will be asked to confirm your number to be connected to a boiler room, where they will attempt to obtain your credit card number in exchange for the fraudulent prize, which does not exist.  Your account will then be promptly bilked of a large sum of money.Victims of this fraud should report it immediately to the R.C.M.P. Anti-Fraud Centre:http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.c ... eportfraud.html

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
This was the most annoying call ever.  With Caller Id Smith FLS ONT.Someone please get them before they get ME!!!!!!!!!

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
You can't stop the calls from coming, but you can slow them down.You want their computer to think your number is out of service. If you follow these instructions, after about three weeks they will call you only about once a day, and after about six weeks they will call you only three or four times a week.  Here's how to do it:1. NEVER answer any call coming from a strange area code. If you do accidentally answer and you hear the scam artists' recording, do not say anything. Do not say "Hello," do not blow a whistle, and especially do not "Press 1" for a live operator or Press 3" to be removed. Any of these actions will tell their computer that your phone number is live, which will immediately increase the number of times they call you.2. Hit the button on your phone to reject or refuse the call. Any legitimate caller will leave a voicemail message. The scam artists' computers do not leave voicemail messages, because they don't want anyone to tell the FTC how to reach them.3. Check the number on Google to confirm that it is a fraud. Search on the number and the word "scam." 4. Add the number to your phone's Reject List to automatically block future calls from that number. Yes, you can block calls with an iPhone. Google for the instructions if you don't know how.5. If your Reject List only has spots for 15 or 20 numbers, it's OK to delete the oldest numbers. The scam artists typically only use any number for about six weeks.With these instructions you won't see an immediate change, but you should notice a significant drop in call frequency after about three weeks. And by actively using the Reject List, instead of getting an annoying ring you will only see a satisfying "rejected call" note on your phone.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I just tell them that this stressout  former Marine is out back of their shop with a M-14. Step outside please. This time I added AH!

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I'm just a poor ignorant uneducated country boy from backwoods Wisconsin who has received more than 450 calls from these scum sucking criminals. I am also Why, Why Not and What.In order to stop this we need legislation making it illegal to charge for caller ID. If a phone service wishes to operate it would need to provide the caller ID at no charge to other phone providers and to it's customers as part of the service.Civil action by the FTC against such criminals is totally ineffective. These criminals need to be charged with Federal Felonies and subjected to significant jail time. All of those involved know that they are violating FTC regulations. The FTC levies huge fines, then rescinds them based on inability to pay. The FTC settles for the minimal cash on hand, and enjoins them from future telemarketing. The criminals sign off, then go right back to business as usual. These same people under different companies have been sued in the past and have only paid a minimal fine. The government needs to go after them using the RICO act. That will be the only effective means of dealing with this. This is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).Here is an excellent blog site that I found that explains how one company is getting away with this activity.    Please read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/callerid4u-inc-moves-to-silence-critics-of-illicit-robocalls

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
This is just the surface of a bigger illegal scheme propagated by those who make money with every single phone call made by the autodialers.  Here is the best information gathered that I have seen thus far:https://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/It's a very detailed expose, but knowing this, we, as the recipients of their illegal activity, can help in catching and prosecuting them.  At the crux of these years worth of billions of phone calls is Pacific Telecom Communications, owned and operated by Fred Accuardi, his son and lawyer F Antone Accuardi, Steve Hamilton and several other Accuardi family members, using a Belize-registered shell company called International Telephone Corporation.  The URL provided above will provide the details of how these guys have engineered, promoted and profited from the illegal telemarketing calls that we have had to suffer through.It's interesting to note that these people, including the lawyer son, live and work in Oregon, where so many of the telephone number exchanges originate from.The FCC, other federal entities and some state governments are trying to stop them, but they are limited by the law that burdens the government with having to overcome the subterfuge and obfuscation erected by these people to cover up their illegal activity.  We can help.  It requires that every number gets reported every time a call is made and it requires that we contact our own state agencies.  It takes a mass of reports to show the pattern and magnitude of the illegal scheme.  Re-posted info:What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall:1.    Hang Up. DO NOT press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list.2.    Consider blocking the number3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govRegister your phone numbers online at http://www.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222 (must call from # you want removed).http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocallsBTW, through some idiotic legal loophole, if you plan to tell these scammers about taking you off the list, you must say:  "Put me on your DO NOT call list" or it will not be binding.  Simply saying, "Take me off your list" will not work, since, sure, they'll take you off, but they have many lists and will put you back on just as quickly.  The law requires that these companies keep a DO NOT CALL LIST.  This is the list you want them to put you on.  Then, the companies are legally bound to do so.  Only the scammers don't care and they'll hang up on you before you can finish your sentence.The person named "Nobody" posted several URLs that contain information that are parts of the bigger scheme at:  http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-701-671-9447/3And, spread the information, because that is how we can help each other fight back, even though it will take time and persistence to stop these perpetrators.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
Received this call on a Texas area code mobile phone, but the message left in voicemail was to "lower credit card rates... This is your final notice... Press 1 for agent... Press 3 to be removed," so different from what the above poster, Fraud Alert, received.(Oh, if only it were really the final notice...)It's another credit card services scam with another spoofed number, this time using an Ontario exchange.  This is the 4th spoofed Canadian number I've received this past week alone.  I can only assume that as the scammers go through the cache of US numbers, they'll start using Canadian numbers to spoof.Went through my usual routine to block and ignore this number.  Yes, the scammers will be using a different number tomorrow and the day after that and the day after that.  But, they also repeat their scam using previously spoofed numbers, and when they do, my phone stays silent and they get booted by the system I set up.  The number still needs to be reported.  See below.

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At the height of this telephone debacle it's been said that Rachel was making 27 calls a second, which is a whopping 2.4 million calls in a single day!Read more at http://www.whycall.me/info/creditholderservices.phpThis is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'.Advance Fee Fraudhttp://www.occ.gov/topics/consumer-protection ... -fee-fraud.htmlAdvance fee fraud, also called upfront fee fraud, is any scam that, in exchange for a fee,    Promises to send you money, products, or services;    Offers you the opportunity to participate in a special deal;    Asks for your assistance in removing funds from a country in political turmoil; or    Asks for your assistance to help law enforcement catch thieves.Whatever the scammers call the upfront fees (membership fee, participation fee, administrative or handling fee, taxes) all have one thing in common: the victims never see their money, or the scammers, again. Advance fee schemes come in many forms. We have provided some examples here. For more information, you can also visit the Federal Trade Commission Web site http://www.ftc.gov/ and perform a key word search. Debt Elimination FraudUnlike legitimate companies who work with debtors to help them responsibly repay their debts, debt elimination scammers promise to make you debt free in exchange for a modest upfront or membership fee that they simply pocket. Victims pulled in by these schemes will certainly lose that fee, but they may also lose property, incur additional debt, damage their credit rating, risk identity theft, or face legal action. To learn more, read Answers about Debt Elimination and Fraudulent Schemes http://www.helpwithmybank.gov/get-answers/cre ... e-quesindx.html or visit the Bureau of Consumer Protection on the Federal Trade Commission Web site http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/index.shtml. Nigerian FraudThis fraud combines identify theft and advance fee fraud. Scammers posing as government officials contact victims asking for help in transferring millions of dollars out of Nigeria in exchange for a percentage of the funds. They convince victims to provide their bank name and account numbers and other identifying information and to send checks to pay for bribes or legal fees. Perpetrators may also use the personal information received to drain victims' accounts and credit cards. The Nigerian government is not sympathetic to victims who, by participating in this scheme, violate both Nigerian and U.S. law. Read more about this and other common fraud schemes on the Federal Bureau of Investigation Web site http://www.fbi.gov/majcases/fraud/fraudschemes.htm#nigerian#nigerian.From the FBI website:http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/fraudhttp://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication ... -2010-2011#MassMass Marketing FraudGeneral OverviewMass marketing fraud is a general term for frauds which exploit mass-communication media, such as telemarketing, mass mailings, and the Internet. Since the 1930s, mass marketing has been a widely accepted and exercised practice. Advances in telecommunications and financial services technologies have further served to spur growth in mass marketing, both for legitimate business purposes as well as for the perpetration of consumer frauds. They share a common theme: the use of false and/or deceptive representations to induce potential victims to make advance fee-type payments to fraud perpetrators. Although there are no comprehensive statistics on the subject, it is estimated mass marketing frauds victimize millions of Americans each year and generate losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The following is a brief description of some of the key concepts and schemes associated with the mass marketing/advance fee fraud crime problem.Advance Fee Fraud: This category of fraud encompasses a broad variety of schemes which are designed to induce their victims into remitting upfront payments in exchange for the promise of goods, services, and/or prizes.The predominantly transnational nature of the mass marketing fraud crime problem presents significant impediments to effective investigation by any single agency or national jurisdiction. Typically, victims will reside in one or more countries, perpetrators will operate from another, and the financial/money services infrastructure of numerous additional countries are utilized for the rapid movement and laundering of funds. For these reasons, the FBI is uniquely positioned to assist in the investigation of these frauds through its network of legal attaché (legat) offices located in over 60 U.S. Embassies around the world. By leveraging its global presence and network of liaison contacts, the FBI has successfully cooperated with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to combat, disrupt, and dismantle international mass marketing fraud groups. The FBI participates in the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group (IMMFWG), a multi-agency working group established to facilitate the multi-national exchange of information and intelligence, the coordination of cross-border operational matters, and the enhancement of public awareness of international mass marketing fraud schemes. The current membership of the IMMFWG consists of law enforcement, regulatory, and consumer protection agencies from seven countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov.What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls1.    Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back2.    Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov5.    People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office6.    Report any criminal activity to the FBI here:    https://tips.fbi.govThere is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.comPlease read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/callerid4u-inc-moves-to-silence-critics-of-illicit-robocalls

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
Many of these calls are coming from Costa Rica and India and they are using spoofed (false) numbers, which in itself is illegal. They do cold calling for or sell the leads to numerous companies in this country and they all know that what they are doing is illegal. Tomorrow this same number may be selling Cruises, Timeshares or Security Systems but if you follow the money it usually ends up in the hands of an American LLC.Most of the inbound robo call numbers are spoofed, as most of the bolierhouses, both off and on shore, are using Voip SIP Trunks services. Throwaway DID numbers are also used. Some of the robocalling is operated by the end use scammers directly. Others are contract services who earn a referral fee once you are transferred to the scammers.The criminals behind this operation aren't going to pay attention to you asking to be removed from their list. Their calls cost them almost nothing and they make millions of them so they have no intention of ever removing someone. When you press a key to talk to them all that is accomplished is to verify that they have a working number.Unfortunately blowing an air horn or whistle doesn't work either. Their headset have noise dampeners plus they are expecting it. However with that said if it makes you feel better then by all means give it a shot.The banking system is also at fault here, without merchant accounts and ACH processing these criminals could not collect the scammed funds. Though the criminals use obfuscation, layered corporations, multiple bank accounts and offshore stashing, patterns of obvious fraudulent activity become apparent after a very short time.This is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).If you want to stop these calls then you need to dry up their revenue source. Your phone company is charging you a fee for Caller ID. Your phone company pays the scammer for sending their Caller ID information. Your phone company pays only a fraction of a cent per call and you pay your phone company to have the Caller ID displayed. The scammers send out millions of calls which amounts to a significant amount of money however your phone company is charging a large amount to millions of customers. This may have something to do with the phone companies inability to stop these calls.In order to stop this we need legislation making it illegal to charge for caller ID. If a phone service wishes to operate it would need to provide the Caller ID at no charge as part of the service. Here is the $50,000 solution that the FCC is looking for and it doesn't cost anything.There is an excellent blog site that I found that explains how one company is getting away with this activity.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
The FCC has temporarily halted 7 minor unprofitable boiler rooms who will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days. In the meantime the calls will continue since they are making money with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.comIn their own words:  'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.'You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their scam then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet.What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls1.    Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back2.    Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov5.    People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office6.    Report any criminal activity to the FBI here:    https://tips.fbi.govThis is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).Register your phone numbers online at http://www.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222 (must call from # you want removed).There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.comPlease read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/callerid4u-inc-moves-to-silence-critics-of-illicit-robocalls

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I have been getting calls from "card services" for 5 yrs now.  Hundreds of different numbers and 1-5 calls a day on my business phone.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
Signed your petition and posted on FB with the link. Hope you can get this through. I am sick to death of getting these calls. I don't answer them and put them in my contact list under names like "Asstards."

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I have been receiving calls for over a year from at least 10 phone numbers. ill sign thta petition. thanks.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I hope you are promoting this on Facebook and other social media sites.  You only have 71 signatures as of now.  You should really help get the word out on this.  Good job.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I have been receiving calls from these 'card services' telemarketers for over a year now. I have been blocking each number they have called with (over 35 at this point). And I have been filing complaints with the FTC Do Not Call Registry and the FCC complaint site, to no avail. I do suggest you all do the same, and do not talk to them or call them back.But to really get some attention, I created a petition on the White House We The People site. Please go there and sign it, we have to get the word out any way we can:http://wh.gov/pJ8s

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
This is an ongoing fraud campaign attempting to obtain credit card information.  An illegal robodial message claims you have won a prize, and you will be asked to confirm your number to be connected to a boiler room, where they will attempt to obtain your credit card number in exchange for the fraudulent prize, which does not exist.  Your account will then be promptly bilked of a large sum of money.Victims of this fraud should report it immediately to the R.C.M.P. Anti-Fraud Centre:http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.c ... eportfraud.html

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
am sick of this number calling me i don,t want this  house phone any more. its the card  people  keep calling and know they keep  writeing   rong names on there  number now do they think we are dum our somethng. well we are not. get A life get A real job stop stilling from the hard worker,s get a dam life.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I am constantly bothered with this call from 613-706-0563 on my cell....I am registered w/the Do Not Call List for my home and cell.  This is an invasion of my privacy.  I do not answer, simply hang up and never answer...Maybe they will get the message....caller ID can help us block these annoying calls.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
Three calls on three different days. So far only hang ups

613-706-0563

38 Report Long ago Unknown
This is an ongoing fraud campaign attempting to obtain credit card information.  An illegal robodial message claims you have won a prize, and you will be asked to confirm your number to be connected to a boiler room, where they will attempt to obtain your credit card number in exchange for the fraudulent prize, which does not exist.  Your account will then be promptly bilked of a large sum of money.Victims of this fraud should report it immediately to the R.C.M.P. Anti-Fraud Centre:http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.c ... eportfraud.html

613-706-0563

38 Report Long ago Unknown
This was the most annoying call ever.  With Caller Id Smith FLS ONT.Someone please get them before they get ME!!!!!!!!!

613-706-0563

38 Report Long ago Unknown
You can't stop the calls from coming, but you can slow them down.You want their computer to think your number is out of service. If you follow these instructions, after about three weeks they will call you only about once a day, and after about six weeks they will call you only three or four times a week.  Here's how to do it:1. NEVER answer any call coming from a strange area code. If you do accidentally answer and you hear the scam artists' recording, do not say anything. Do not say "Hello," do not blow a whistle, and especially do not "Press 1" for a live operator or Press 3" to be removed. Any of these actions will tell their computer that your phone number is live, which will immediately increase the number of times they call you.2. Hit the button on your phone to reject or refuse the call. Any legitimate caller will leave a voicemail message. The scam artists' computers do not leave voicemail messages, because they don't want anyone to tell the FTC how to reach them.3. Check the number on Google to confirm that it is a fraud. Search on the number and the word "scam." 4. Add the number to your phone's Reject List to automatically block future calls from that number. Yes, you can block calls with an iPhone. Google for the instructions if you don't know how.5. If your Reject List only has spots for 15 or 20 numbers, it's OK to delete the oldest numbers. The scam artists typically only use any number for about six weeks.With these instructions you won't see an immediate change, but you should notice a significant drop in call frequency after about three weeks. And by actively using the Reject List, instead of getting an annoying ring you will only see a satisfying "rejected call" note on your phone.

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I just tell them that this stressout  former Marine is out back of their shop with a M-14. Step outside please. This time I added AH!

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38 Report Long ago Unknown
I'm just a poor ignorant uneducated country boy from backwoods Wisconsin who has received more than 450 calls from these scum sucking criminals. I am also Why, Why Not and What.In order to stop this we need legislation making it illegal to charge for caller ID. If a phone service wishes to operate it would need to provide the caller ID at no charge to other phone providers and to it's customers as part of the service.Civil action by the FTC against such criminals is totally ineffective. These criminals need to be charged with Federal Felonies and subjected to significant jail time. All of those involved know that they are violating FTC regulations. The FTC levies huge fines, then rescinds them based on inability to pay. The FTC settles for the minimal cash on hand, and enjoins them from future telemarketing. The criminals sign off, then go right back to business as usual. These same people under different companies have been sued in the past and have only paid a minimal fine. The government needs to go after them using the RICO act. That will be the only effective means of dealing with this. This is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).Here is an excellent blog site that I found that explains how one company is getting away with this activity.    Please read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/callerid4u-inc-moves-to-silence-critics-of-illicit-robocalls

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This is just the surface of a bigger illegal scheme propagated by those who make money with every single phone call made by the autodialers.  Here is the best information gathered that I have seen thus far:https://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/It's a very detailed expose, but knowing this, we, as the recipients of their illegal activity, can help in catching and prosecuting them.  At the crux of these years worth of billions of phone calls is Pacific Telecom Communications, owned and operated by Fred Accuardi, his son and lawyer F Antone Accuardi, Steve Hamilton and several other Accuardi family members, using a Belize-registered shell company called International Telephone Corporation.  The URL provided above will provide the details of how these guys have engineered, promoted and profited from the illegal telemarketing calls that we have had to suffer through.It's interesting to note that these people, including the lawyer son, live and work in Oregon, where so many of the telephone number exchanges originate from.The FCC, other federal entities and some state governments are trying to stop them, but they are limited by the law that burdens the government with having to overcome the subterfuge and obfuscation erected by these people to cover up their illegal activity.  We can help.  It requires that every number gets reported every time a call is made and it requires that we contact our own state agencies.  It takes a mass of reports to show the pattern and magnitude of the illegal scheme.  Re-posted info:What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall:1.    Hang Up. DO NOT press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list.2.    Consider blocking the number3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govRegister your phone numbers online at http://www.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222 (must call from # you want removed).http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocallsBTW, through some idiotic legal loophole, if you plan to tell these scammers about taking you off the list, you must say:  "Put me on your DO NOT call list" or it will not be binding.  Simply saying, "Take me off your list" will not work, since, sure, they'll take you off, but they have many lists and will put you back on just as quickly.  The law requires that these companies keep a DO NOT CALL LIST.  This is the list you want them to put you on.  Then, the companies are legally bound to do so.  Only the scammers don't care and they'll hang up on you before you can finish your sentence.The person named "Nobody" posted several URLs that contain information that are parts of the bigger scheme at:  http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-701-671-9447/3And, spread the information, because that is how we can help each other fight back, even though it will take time and persistence to stop these perpetrators.

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Received this call on a Texas area code mobile phone, but the message left in voicemail was to "lower credit card rates... This is your final notice... Press 1 for agent... Press 3 to be removed," so different from what the above poster, Fraud Alert, received.(Oh, if only it were really the final notice...)It's another credit card services scam with another spoofed number, this time using an Ontario exchange.  This is the 4th spoofed Canadian number I've received this past week alone.  I can only assume that as the scammers go through the cache of US numbers, they'll start using Canadian numbers to spoof.Went through my usual routine to block and ignore this number.  Yes, the scammers will be using a different number tomorrow and the day after that and the day after that.  But, they also repeat their scam using previously spoofed numbers, and when they do, my phone stays silent and they get booted by the system I set up.  The number still needs to be reported.  See below.

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At the height of this telephone debacle it's been said that Rachel was making 27 calls a second, which is a whopping 2.4 million calls in a single day!Read more at http://www.whycall.me/info/creditholderservices.phpThis is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'.Advance Fee Fraudhttp://www.occ.gov/topics/consumer-protection ... -fee-fraud.htmlAdvance fee fraud, also called upfront fee fraud, is any scam that, in exchange for a fee,    Promises to send you money, products, or services;    Offers you the opportunity to participate in a special deal;    Asks for your assistance in removing funds from a country in political turmoil; or    Asks for your assistance to help law enforcement catch thieves.Whatever the scammers call the upfront fees (membership fee, participation fee, administrative or handling fee, taxes) all have one thing in common: the victims never see their money, or the scammers, again. Advance fee schemes come in many forms. We have provided some examples here. For more information, you can also visit the Federal Trade Commission Web site http://www.ftc.gov/ and perform a key word search. Debt Elimination FraudUnlike legitimate companies who work with debtors to help them responsibly repay their debts, debt elimination scammers promise to make you debt free in exchange for a modest upfront or membership fee that they simply pocket. Victims pulled in by these schemes will certainly lose that fee, but they may also lose property, incur additional debt, damage their credit rating, risk identity theft, or face legal action. To learn more, read Answers about Debt Elimination and Fraudulent Schemes http://www.helpwithmybank.gov/get-answers/cre ... e-quesindx.html or visit the Bureau of Consumer Protection on the Federal Trade Commission Web site http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/index.shtml. Nigerian FraudThis fraud combines identify theft and advance fee fraud. Scammers posing as government officials contact victims asking for help in transferring millions of dollars out of Nigeria in exchange for a percentage of the funds. They convince victims to provide their bank name and account numbers and other identifying information and to send checks to pay for bribes or legal fees. Perpetrators may also use the personal information received to drain victims' accounts and credit cards. The Nigerian government is not sympathetic to victims who, by participating in this scheme, violate both Nigerian and U.S. law. Read more about this and other common fraud schemes on the Federal Bureau of Investigation Web site http://www.fbi.gov/majcases/fraud/fraudschemes.htm#nigerian#nigerian.From the FBI website:http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/fraudhttp://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication ... -2010-2011#MassMass Marketing FraudGeneral OverviewMass marketing fraud is a general term for frauds which exploit mass-communication media, such as telemarketing, mass mailings, and the Internet. Since the 1930s, mass marketing has been a widely accepted and exercised practice. Advances in telecommunications and financial services technologies have further served to spur growth in mass marketing, both for legitimate business purposes as well as for the perpetration of consumer frauds. They share a common theme: the use of false and/or deceptive representations to induce potential victims to make advance fee-type payments to fraud perpetrators. Although there are no comprehensive statistics on the subject, it is estimated mass marketing frauds victimize millions of Americans each year and generate losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The following is a brief description of some of the key concepts and schemes associated with the mass marketing/advance fee fraud crime problem.Advance Fee Fraud: This category of fraud encompasses a broad variety of schemes which are designed to induce their victims into remitting upfront payments in exchange for the promise of goods, services, and/or prizes.The predominantly transnational nature of the mass marketing fraud crime problem presents significant impediments to effective investigation by any single agency or national jurisdiction. Typically, victims will reside in one or more countries, perpetrators will operate from another, and the financial/money services infrastructure of numerous additional countries are utilized for the rapid movement and laundering of funds. For these reasons, the FBI is uniquely positioned to assist in the investigation of these frauds through its network of legal attaché (legat) offices located in over 60 U.S. Embassies around the world. By leveraging its global presence and network of liaison contacts, the FBI has successfully cooperated with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to combat, disrupt, and dismantle international mass marketing fraud groups. The FBI participates in the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group (IMMFWG), a multi-agency working group established to facilitate the multi-national exchange of information and intelligence, the coordination of cross-border operational matters, and the enhancement of public awareness of international mass marketing fraud schemes. The current membership of the IMMFWG consists of law enforcement, regulatory, and consumer protection agencies from seven countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov.What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls1.    Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back2.    Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov5.    People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office6.    Report any criminal activity to the FBI here:    https://tips.fbi.govThere is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.comPlease read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/callerid4u-inc-moves-to-silence-critics-of-illicit-robocalls

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Many of these calls are coming from Costa Rica and India and they are using spoofed (false) numbers, which in itself is illegal. They do cold calling for or sell the leads to numerous companies in this country and they all know that what they are doing is illegal. Tomorrow this same number may be selling Cruises, Timeshares or Security Systems but if you follow the money it usually ends up in the hands of an American LLC.Most of the inbound robo call numbers are spoofed, as most of the bolierhouses, both off and on shore, are using Voip SIP Trunks services. Throwaway DID numbers are also used. Some of the robocalling is operated by the end use scammers directly. Others are contract services who earn a referral fee once you are transferred to the scammers.The criminals behind this operation aren't going to pay attention to you asking to be removed from their list. Their calls cost them almost nothing and they make millions of them so they have no intention of ever removing someone. When you press a key to talk to them all that is accomplished is to verify that they have a working number.Unfortunately blowing an air horn or whistle doesn't work either. Their headset have noise dampeners plus they are expecting it. However with that said if it makes you feel better then by all means give it a shot.The banking system is also at fault here, without merchant accounts and ACH processing these criminals could not collect the scammed funds. Though the criminals use obfuscation, layered corporations, multiple bank accounts and offshore stashing, patterns of obvious fraudulent activity become apparent after a very short time.This is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).If you want to stop these calls then you need to dry up their revenue source. Your phone company is charging you a fee for Caller ID. Your phone company pays the scammer for sending their Caller ID information. Your phone company pays only a fraction of a cent per call and you pay your phone company to have the Caller ID displayed. The scammers send out millions of calls which amounts to a significant amount of money however your phone company is charging a large amount to millions of customers. This may have something to do with the phone companies inability to stop these calls.In order to stop this we need legislation making it illegal to charge for caller ID. If a phone service wishes to operate it would need to provide the Caller ID at no charge as part of the service. Here is the $50,000 solution that the FCC is looking for and it doesn't cost anything.There is an excellent blog site that I found that explains how one company is getting away with this activity.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com

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The FCC has temporarily halted 7 minor unprofitable boiler rooms who will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days. In the meantime the calls will continue since they are making money with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.comIn their own words:  'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.'You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their scam then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet.What To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls1.    Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back2.    Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov5.    People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office6.    Report any criminal activity to the FBI here:    https://tips.fbi.govThis is an all out attack from these scum sucking filthy pigs! EVERYONE should be reporting them everywhere that they can. Since this is an obvious attempt at identity theft and is interstate, the FBI should be forced to get involved. Charge them with a CRIMINAL offense and throw them in prison instead of the FCC saying 'Naughty - naughty, now go out and play nice'. (Prosecute them in criminal court instead of civil penalties).Register your phone numbers online at http://www.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222 (must call from # you want removed).There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.comPlease read the blog and report violations to the proper authorities.http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/callerid4u-inc-moves-to-silence-critics-of-illicit-robocalls

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I have been getting calls from "card services" for 5 yrs now.  Hundreds of different numbers and 1-5 calls a day on my business phone.

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Signed your petition and posted on FB with the link. Hope you can get this through. I am sick to death of getting these calls. I don't answer them and put them in my contact list under names like "Asstards."

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I have been receiving calls for over a year from at least 10 phone numbers. ill sign thta petition. thanks.

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I hope you are promoting this on Facebook and other social media sites.  You only have 71 signatures as of now.  You should really help get the word out on this.  Good job.

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I have been receiving calls from these 'card services' telemarketers for over a year now. I have been blocking each number they have called with (over 35 at this point). And I have been filing complaints with the FTC Do Not Call Registry and the FCC complaint site, to no avail. I do suggest you all do the same, and do not talk to them or call them back.But to really get some attention, I created a petition on the White House We The People site. Please go there and sign it, we have to get the word out any way we can:http://wh.gov/pJ8s

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This is an ongoing fraud campaign attempting to obtain credit card information.  An illegal robodial message claims you have won a prize, and you will be asked to confirm your number to be connected to a boiler room, where they will attempt to obtain your credit card number in exchange for the fraudulent prize, which does not exist.  Your account will then be promptly bilked of a large sum of money.Victims of this fraud should report it immediately to the R.C.M.P. Anti-Fraud Centre:http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.c ... eportfraud.html

612-808-8283

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The "Caller ID" says "Bachman4Congress" but I seriously doubt that's who is really calling. That ID shows up with other numbers from other area codes. And I've even tried answering the call so I can tell them to take me off their list but no one is on the other end of the call.

612-808-8283

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It is a political call for "Bachmann".  I have three different phone numbers for "Bachmann" on my caller ID and this is one of them.  I blocked one of the numbers but the calls keep coming.

612-808-8283

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Just another one of those calls that leaves no message.  I can't track all of them but I am attempting to stop this kind of useless and annoying call.

425-483-1500

3 Report Long ago Unknown
Please stop these phone calls to me 2063627506

425-483-1500

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Caller ID just said Bothell WA.  I've learned if there's just a city and state, it's usually either a charity or political call so I didn't answer.

425-483-1500

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Robot political call set to leave voice mail message.  Put it on my reject list for future blocking.

510-227-1804

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They call my cell around 10:55pm Eastern time last night 10/19/11  but i couldn't get to my phone in time to answer it and cuss them out.

510-227-1804

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They actually called me tonight at 10:45pm...that is against the law. They are not allowed to call people past 9pm. Yea I too have been getting calls about a auto loan. I did fill out an application online but went through another resource. I told them I wasn't interested anymore and they keep calling! I just want to be left alone!!!!!

510-227-1804

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They read me my own ss# and told me I had applied for an auto loan. How did they get my ss#? I'm actually concerned now after getting multiple calls from these people for the past month. This is identity theft! The number that called was (510)227-1804. The time before that it was *unkown*, and the time before that it was a 1800 number. Does anyone know who these people are?

510-227-1804

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The "This Number is Out of Service" Message is fake. If you listen closely the end of the error code is 1-2-3-4. Not very creative if you ask me. I use Sprint so I just added that area code to my block list. And reported them to the local phone company who weren't too happy about the "service" message.

510-227-1804

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Ok call number 3 this week from this stupid number.  Not even american i dont think.... Im getting a bit pissed. I dont answer any more and when you try to call back of course the number is "not working".  Interesting......

510-227-1804

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Coach's metal whistle.

510-227-1804

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I have been getting calls for two weeks from this guy with a mid east accent you can't understand telling me I am being sued by a payday loan co. (not true, I do not owe any payday loan co. and am not being sued.).  Today I got a call again from this number, the tbird number he has used.  I have reported him to local police, Calif. State Attorney office, my bank  They all pretty much say they can't do anything.  Where do I go , and how do I protect myself when so called authorities we turn to, turn us away ?

510-227-1804

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I get phone calls from this number atlest three times a day,I want it to stop. I don"t know anyone from this area code and I can't understand what they are saying.

510-227-1804

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I keep getting calls from Adam and Alex (from Middle East) about giving me an auto loan with no money down. I told them I won the lottery and didn't need their loan. Then they began cursing. I hung up.

510-227-1804

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Got 4 to 5 call about an auto loan and I told them I did not apply for a loan. His name was Adam and sounded like he was from another country.

510-227-1804

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Got 4 to 5 call about an auto loan and I told them I did not apply for a loan. His name was Adam and sounded like he was from another country.

510-227-1804

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well i totally disagree with all of u guys. they are providing marvelous services as well as they have help me a lot to get a brand new car and i could able to renew my insurance for my car with lowest rates and reliable prices  i have referred this company to my friends and relatives inspired having bad credit score  they all were able to get a lone. this company is really helpful to    everyone as a promise and commit.

510-227-1804

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Harassing calls for a auto loan. Calls about 3-4 times a day. Representatives name was Jake Alston but had a foreign accent....Go figure!

510-227-1804

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well i totally disagree with all of u guys. they are providing marvelous services as well as they have help me a lot to get a brand new car and i could able to renew my insurance for my car with lowest rates and reliable prices  i have referred this company to my friends and relatives inspired having bad credit score  they all were able to get a lone. this company is really helpful to everyone as a promise and commit.

510-227-1804

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don't know who they are, but they call a couple times a day

321-537-7815

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When I answered, nobody replied.

208-739-4559

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Cartridge World telemarketers

208-739-4559

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Got a call from this company today saying they were calling from Cartridge World in a city close to here. 208 area code is no where near my locality so I suspected from the start that this was not legit. My company does not buy ink from cold callers so, scammers or not, they are on my IGNORE list from here on.

208-739-4559

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I have an independent accounting firm.  Currently this company is tele-marekting for Liberty Tax Service.  "Following Up on the postcard they mailed me".  I threw out the postcard and hung up the phone.  I suspect they did a freedom of information act request for electronic tax filing licenses and are calling the entire country about their "recession proof industry business offer".

208-739-4559

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calls leaves no message i call back just silence.  I am on the DO NOT CALL REGISTRY but I still get all these telemarking and solicitation calls.

208-739-4559

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Loser kept calling over and over for Janitorial svcs

208-739-4559

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I received a call from a gruff individual asking for the "person responsible for making decisions about ink and toner  cartridges".  They don't block caller ID, which shows Timlin Industries, or I would not have answered the call in the first place.  You can look them up, they use prisoners to make 400 telemarketing calls a day for $200 a month.  It's nice to know that the guy is not sitting in his cell learning new ways to commit crimes and thinking about how to get even with society, but I am concerned that a convict has my telephone number and who knows what other personal information.  If I had known he was a convict I probably would have been more polite about the way I blew him off.  I hope he doesn't spend the 2.5 cents that he's paid for interrupting me all in one place.

208-739-4559

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Keeps calling our office- sales call

208-739-4559

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"We are experiencing system difficulties" this is what you get on the "do not call" web site.

208-739-4559

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Aren't you glad the "do not call list" works so great? More federal government BS.  zThese idiots call daily.

208-739-4559

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They have called me three times this week and a couple last. When I answer, no answers. I'm on the no call list. I looked this up and was told this is a cell phone number. I tried to call back and all it says is that ext. 1001 is full and cannot except any new messages.

208-739-4559

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Unsolicited call from 108 739 4559.

208-739-4559

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He rang my phone, I answered, no response.  Then, did it again a couple of times.  Annoying, and I'm glad to see your posts so I know to ignore him.  Thanks!

208-739-4559

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Phone rang. I missed it. When I called back a message said "  The wireless customer you are calling is not available, try again later" Seems shady to me..No message was left on my phone..

208-739-4559

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his company now knows of this....i emailed corporate w/the guys name and number and told them he was looking for work on their dime......hehe and he didnt even try to sell me ink of any kind and was more of a cold call looking for work.

208-739-4559

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i talked to the guy yesterday his name is ron and a local printer cartridge pusher BUT...he had asked me what we sold and asked to speak to my manager about possibly telemarketing for us......so its a telemarketer who is also looking for work....hmmm wonder if Cartridge World knows they pay him to look for work.

208-739-4559

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Telemarketing call

208-739-4559

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Number shows up as a cell phone in Idaho. They claim to be a local business called Cartridge World (at least 3,000 miles from Idaho). Just another telemarketer wasting everyone's time.

208-739-4559

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They called me twice today and left no message. I also believe they are telemarketing.

208-739-4559

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This is a telemarketing company.

208-739-4559

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This is a telelmarketing company.

207-593-3053

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I just got a call from them too. Tried texted them to see who it was, but no answer. I live in Freeport, no clue how far that is from Rockland, but don't know anyone up there.

207-593-3053

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Haven't answered this number yet, but I've gotten three phone calls from it today. Supposedly located around Rockland, ME - which is absurd, because I live about 3 hours from there and there is nobody in that area of Maine that would have any reason to call me (unless it's a scam artist).

216-220-5367

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this number called me and when I told them the person they were looking for was not ava. they asked me to call an 1-866-437-1963 number. no clue how people are able to call from one number pretty much to get you to answer but have a toll free return number. lady was pleasant but clueless of who this may be...

207-593-3053

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I just got a call from them too. Tried texted them to see who it was, but no answer. I live in Freeport, no clue how far that is from Rockland, but don't know anyone up there.

207-593-3053

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Haven't answered this number yet, but I've gotten three phone calls from it today. Supposedly located around Rockland, ME - which is absurd, because I live about 3 hours from there and there is nobody in that area of Maine that would have any reason to call me (unless it's a scam artist).

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