726-901-8575 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 726-901-8575 is located in Unavailable, Unavailable.
Around 32% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 51th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 40 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "crdit card services, Did not leave a name"
Same s**t eaters call my phone about 3 times a day. Going to change my number in hopes it stops. Just don't answer any numbers you don't recognize, because as soon as they know the number works they won't stop calling. I have tried everything, asked nicely to be removed from the list, they hung up, asked to talk to a manager, they hung up told them to "eat sh*t and die", they hung up. I just bought a fog horn, so next time I will have the last laugh!
I have mobile service carried by ATT, and get random calls from numbers I do not know, and will not answr because they were always phishers, and it sounds from looking at sites like this (instead of answering these unknown numbers) that it is still phishers using illegal phone number altering software.
I love it...when I tell the crackhead degenerate to F off that I know they are a scam she calls me the jackass. Lol scammers today are the dumbest group of people I have ever met and these people are at the top of that list. Sounds like they are in a garage smoking crack trying to scam people. What a joke. Can someone please shut the a holes down.
Then you have the idiots who call from india and act like you have a legal case against you or your trying to borrower money and the dude can barely speak english, it is so laughable and sad. The really sad thing is the only reason they keep doing it is because they obviously get a lot of suckers.
People if it is to good to be true it is, especially if they sound like a crack head or a man from India who has a hard time speaking english.
Recorded caller says they are from Card Services, there is no problem with your account and then I hang up...I get 2 - 3 of these a week from all over the country. My cell is on a do not call list, yet they keep calling. Please stop and shut them down.
When is the FCC or any branch of the gov't ever going to step up and make these type of calls illegal........................stepping on someone's rights.................yeah, right!....................The NSA and every other govt ageny does it all the time.................so why not tackle the robo calls?
The FTC is trying desperately to shut down these fly-by-night operations, but haven't gotten very far. Unfortunately, just about the only thing you can do is simply not answer. If everyone simply stopped answering these calls, they would shut down. Sadly, it only takes one person out of 10,000 for this to be worth these scumbag's time. This is the telephone equivalent to "spam".
Male robot voice, identified as "Barbara".
Variant on the all-too-familiar credit-card scam that has "Rachel" as the lead-in robo-voice.
Something about government stimulus package. Doesn't matter, it's all bait to try to get your credit card information.
My recommendation is to mess with their heads if you can, but beware, they're very quick to hang up.
Problem with trying to use "Call Block" is that these sh*tbags keep changing the number they're calling from...
I get these calls all of the time. The only thing that you really can do is ignore them. Most of the cell phones these days have a number block option. I know these people use many different numbers, but I also know that they don't always. I have blocked 3 or 4 numbers and every once in a while I see on my call log that one of those numberse tried to call and was blocked. The Do Not Call list is irrelevant becasue these are not lgeitimate companies. They are attempting to obtain personal information under false pretences...why would anyone think that they are going to check with the Do Not Call list
Here is a question, what company do you get your cell phone service though. I switched to Sprint 14 months ago, and that is when these calls started coming in. I do not recall getting these types of calls when I had my cell plan with Verizon. Does it make sense that Sprint and ATT are selling the lists and Verizon is not? Where else would these people get our #'s? Online I use my home phone, so it is not there....
Sometimes theses people do get ferretted out. One scammer used 10 or more different #s. A federal agency did actually trace the person down and put all of the information on a site, just like this. I got calls from three of the #'s!