206-445-6611 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 206-445-6611 is located in Seattle, Washington.
Around 39% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 51th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 92 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Research , Research Center"
Phishers. Called asking for my husband. I told them he was unavailable and would be for awhile. I asked who was calling and they said "Danielle w/ the IRS". I actually volunteered to give them a number or address where they could reach him and they said "no, we'll find another way" and hung up. If it was anything legit, they would've talked to me.
Been calling me for 4 weeks without end everyday since I moved and got new phone#, early morning, afternoon just now at 8:32PM. Never leaves voice mail. I would very much like it to stop. So much for the DoNotCall List I registered all my phones on.
This # and others have been calling my cell on and off for weeks... I'm really getting tired of this.... Sometimes they leave a message,but a lot of the times they don't... They vary on what the nature of the calls are about sometimes they're political and sometimes they are surveys. Does anyone know how to stop them???
This number has continuously shown up on my phone over the past few weeks. If a message is left, it's a clip from some pre-recorded message. I answered once to silence, then background noise (I assume the auto-dialer was connecting me to someone), then some guy asking for me. My phone luckily dropped the call, and out of curiosity, I called the number back. It took a minute to connect and rang a few times to go to a voice message saying, "Thanks for calling our market research firm..." then going on to claim they are a member of the Better Business Bureau.
That's when I laughed and said yeah right, because there is no specific name of this market research firm, and the name "Our Market Research Firm" does not yield any online results. I checked on the Better Business Bureau's website, and nothing comes up, which is hardly surprising because the message did not have an actual company name tied to it.