458-201-0364 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 458-201-0364 is located in Unavailable, Unavailable.
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You are the 37th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 38 complaints filed against it.
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Calls constantly, but hangs up when I answer. Never leaves a message. Call it back and get some automated voice c**p. WTH?! I have anonymous call reject which requires BOTH name and number to be delivered AND have all my numbers on the DNC Registry!
person called said name was Randall (sounded like a lady) said she was calling on behalf of womens health magazine to be sure i was getting my subcription. I told her i didnt get that magazine and to put me on her do not call list. she was like i'm just calling to, i cut her off and told her not to call me again and put me on her list. she told me to stop yelling, said she didnt have a list. i told her she was required to have a do not call list. then she said shows how much you know about my requirements you f*****g idiot and hung up. SERIOUSLY!!! i called the # back, went to a recording, which let me put my # on the do not call list!!
Received a call from this #. Wanted to know if I was getting my Readers Digest on time and in good condition. Attempted to verifiy my address, but I told the lady they were comming to the correct address. I did not verify an address. Then she notified me that Readers Digest had upped the price of the magazine, that they were honoring the current price and offering a renewal at the current price. She wanted to know if I wanted to renew now at lower price or wait until renewal came in at higher price. I told her I would wait for renewal notice. She said "Good luck with that" and hung up. I am thinking this is a scam.
I called Readers Digest. Customer Service stated they would never handle a renewal that way. I have had Readers Digest for probably 10 years and have never received a phone call for renewal. Always attatched to magazine. Do not verify personal info or give out any credit card/bank info
A woman called and asked me by name if my "Old House Journal " was coming in good shape or not. I said I don't get it anymore and I'm not sure it even exists. She said, "Oh, I'm sure it does or it wouldn't be on my list." She said she was "new" and would ask her supervisor about it and they would call me back. I said I'm not interested and do not call and she hurriedly hung up.