231-224-2033 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 231-224-2033 is located in Fremont, Michigan.
Its exchange 224 is managed by LUCRE, INC..
The number is currently on switch number GDRPMIIV1MD.
Around 36% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 48th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 58 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Research Center, Andrea sola"
This is not a frivilous complaint. I have GPS'd said number, have the names of the Individuals responsible and I am going to do something about it personally. I am very serious. The Government does nothing so we will.
I am familiar with the "corporate" people who are out of state. I now know who they are as well. I know where they live. They need to be "adjusted" and get a real life.
If you work for these people, I'd leave town. You can be involved in Fraud , inter aia. Get the point? Whether it be Michigan, Idaho, or Indiana you will be toast.
We are sick of it.
Hope you know what "Inter alia" really encompasses.
You do not need to know what numbers you are calling as this will will be an all inclusive issue.
There you have it.
Prepare for a visit.
Something to keep in mind about all these continuing bothersome calls for surveys, so called charities and so called charity pickups despite asking them to remove you from their list:
Call centers have sprung up in my town that make use of the survey and the charity loophole around the do not call list; they have been a headache for law enforcement, emergency services, neighboring businesses and residential areas. When I ask any patrolling officer in town about these call centers, they are quick to state their frustrations about the criminal activity that some of these call centers have brought into the area. Several law enforcement agencies regularly visit some of these call centers looking for warrant arrests etc. I have heard from sources including from frustrated employees that work for these call centers complaining about the drug activity, vandalism of cars and neighboring businesses, break-ins and theft, drinking while on the job, smoke breaks are actually marijuana breaks, drunk driving, very dangerous driving, tons of tossed out litter of empty liquor containers, trash, food etc. Iíve even heard that the mangers are also involved in criminal activities and have even preyed on their legitimate employees who are simply trying to eek out a living on horrible wages. Also the operators are untrained in a very high turn around, poorly managed and dysfunctional work environment.
Also realize this when you call a companiesí customer service line and get horrible service from the call center thatís been hired by the company. One time while on a call with our bankís customer service, the operator was so loopy that it required ending the call and calling again to try and get someone else to help, think about that when you call a companiesí customer service and the conversation gets odd, off the wall and obtuse Ė you may be talking to an operator thatís drunk or on something. After 6 months of getting a different and wrong answer to our ongoing problem each time we called our bankís call center, we gave up and closed the account.
With so little police left in our town due to cutbacks, they canít always respond to vandalism and break-ins when itís witnessed as they have their plate full responding to the major emergencies, this allows the criminal activity free reign, the neighborhood becomes the hood. Some insurance companies require proof of private security patrols before they will honor a claim due to vandalism or theft leaving the neighboring businesses off guard and uncovered. These businesses also have the added cost to hire private security, install security systems/monitoring, upgrade lighting etc. Then there are the dangers and headaches to the nearby businesses employees such as their cars being vandalized or broken into. Some businesses simply give in, pickup and move out of town.
One of my neighbors owns a call center and he requires that his operators are bonded, but I guess thereís no laws requiring this Ė there should be. Right now in my town it seems like anybody can start up a call center and hire questionable labor for cheap without much regulation.
I my efforts the past several years to try and get something done, I am most struck by the fact that thereís no real help, everyone is more worried about being sued than dealing with the obvious problem - you are on your own while the town is taken over by the crime these call centers bring into the neighborhoods....
Get this! The woman didn't identify the company, but said she needed input for her survey. She asked specifically for my mother. My mother died in 2002 and had she been alive would be 101 this year. Of course I shocked the caller when I told her that my mother was dead. Yes, I am registered on the Do Not Call list, but calls are becoming more frequent not. This was an auto-dial to my number and the first time for this caller.