512-686-4244 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 512-686-4244 is located in Georgetown, Texas.
Its exchange 686 is managed by LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS, LLC -.
The number is currently on switch number AUSUTXLLDS0.
Around 11% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 11th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 9 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Scammer Update, eric"
They left a message saying I was approved for a VA loan, when I called back to say I did not apply for a VA loan, that they had the wrong # and I would not identify myself, knowing it was a scam, the man Eric began to as what my color of skin was, black or white, because I sounded nice. I ended the call telling him none of his business... and I was reporting him to the FBI.
These people sound like they are from India and they started calling early in the morning and hve not stopped over 30 call. when you try and tell them they have a wrong # they call you a liar and tell you they are going to do nasty things to your mother, I just want to know who they are, so I can report them
Fake Short Term or Payday Loan Scam Calls from the following area codes and numbers have all been reported to be scammers. These scammers use phony number and names to attempt to get potential victims to send in money on fake loans that appear to be from legitimate sources. 713-931-3690, 713-931-3641, 713-936-3424, 713-893-1051 512-686-4244 210-401-3930, 979-639-7900, 779-400-0010, 817-400-1316 The names vary each time. These fraudsters have committed company identify theft against a Federal Credit Union. Consumers targeted by the scam typically are looking for a payday or short term loan and search the Internet for assistance. They voluntarily place their personal information on these independent sites (not recommended) and then receive an email from one of the aliases. They say that you have been approved for a short term loan that is affiliated with companies that the scammer has no association with whatsoever. Consumers who respond by telephone to the offer are then told that in order to receive the loan, they have to pay for either an upfront fee, taxes owed, processing fee, etc., in the form of a MoneyPak or Pre-paid credit card including Vanilla Network cards. Do not pay any upfront fees and hang up on them.