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Phone number: 360-861-6939 is located in Mccleary, Washington.
Its exchange 861 is managed by LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS, LLC -.
The number is currently on switch number STTNWAHODS9.
Around 37% of people reported it as "Telemarketer".
You are the 11th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 8 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "unknown Telemarketer SCAMMER, Process CC Dep"
Process CC Dep is what showed up on my caller ID. I was asked if I needed any financial assistance. The caller was taken back when I promptly told him my house, cars, and all adult toys I own are paid for, I have never had a credit card balance and I suggested he too should consider becoming totally debt free. All he could say was a polite thank you and good-bye.
Robo call recorded 19 September 2013 from (360) 861-6939 Caller ID: Process CC Dep This was a really slick call. The caller kept repeating "is that ok?" after asking me questions and I thought it was a scammer who wanted to record me saying "yes" so they could alter the recording of the call and make it appear that I agreed with them for whatever they're trying to pass off on me, but after a while, I realized I was talking to a robot! The robot is queued to advance in the call based on the respondent saying key words, as directed by the robot's questions. I tried to keep silent until I was afraid they'd disconnect, then I'd say 'hello?' to hold them in the conversation. I was trying to play with "Robert Green", thinking he was a real person, but finally they disconnected the call. Here is a transcript of our "conversation": <me> Hello? <they> This is Robert from customer care service. How are you today? <me> Just fine. <they> The reason for the call is that we're offering relief for unsecured debt. Would you be interested in some financial assistance? <me> Uh, what sort of unsecured debt? <they> To be clear, when we say 'unsecured debt', we mean credit card payments, personal loans, and collection accounts. Let me ask you a couple of questions. Is that ok? <me> Uh, how did you get my number? <they> Well, I don't, I'm not in charge of the marketing, I don't know where we get the information from. What I do know is that we can save you a tremendous amount of money on your credit card debt. How much debt do you have now? <me> Oh, loads, don't even ask. <they> Do you have $8,000 or more in credit card debt? <me> Ah, easily, yes. <they> Hey, it looks like you qualify. Well, hold on a minute while I get a consultant on the line, ok? Is that ok? <pause> Are you there? <me> Hello? I'm here. <they> Is that ok? Great, I'm gonna transer you to a specialist, you're gonna be on a brief hold, so don't hang up. Is that ok? <me> Hello? Hello? <they> Yeah. Yes. Are you there? <me> Hello? Hello? <they> Yes. He'll be with us shortly. Is that ok? <me> What did you say your name was? <they> Robert Green. <pause> We need this information to continue. Is that ok? <me> Robert Green? <they> Yes. Is your credit card debt $8,000 or more? <me> Uh, easily. <they> Ok, that wasn't clear. Can you, can you say that again? <me> Yeah, I'm seeing some very interesting things about you on the Internet. Looking up your phone number. <they> Do you have $8,000 or more in credit card debt? <me> Oh, easily. <they disconnected the call here> Thanks to Google Voice ( www.google.com/voice ) you can hear the recording on my Spam Calls web page: http://home.comcast.net/~achx88a/spam/spamcalls.htm Signup for your own free Google Voice account at www.google.com/voice and avoid telephone call spam