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Caller name: PC Solutions
860-885-5399 called me twice. A young male with indian accent stated he was with PC solutions and that I was having problems with my computer. I do Not own a computer! Don't need one. I have a cell phone that does everything I need and lets me browse the internet when I want. I told the man to remove my # from their calling list of people to scam, for I do not have a computer and am not going to be his next victim. He started laughing and told me that I must have a computer. Wrong! Again I told him to remove my # and don't call me again. SCAM!!!
Caller name: VIP Services
No complaints. If you see this number listen to what they have to offer. I enjoyed myself in Vegas. My wife and I stayed downtown at The D. We love the downtown experience. Casa di amor has great food. Cant wait to use my bonus vacation
Caller name: Retired
This number calls twice a day every day ,I tell them to take me off the list and they just keep calling...we have flooding up here and evacuating possible.they are interfering with life situations.please make them seize.
Caller name: claiming to be Travelers Insurance
I was driving on the highway when this toll-free # 800-621-8801 dialed in with an automatic prompt claiming to be Travelers Insurance and notifying me that my $1,325 payment due on February 20th hadn't been received and was now past due. It prompted me to press a key to continue to automatic payment via credit card to bring my account current. Since I'd previously had Travelers Insurance, a red flag didn't immediately come up; that I'd also just refinanced my mortgage, I thought the prior bank might not have paid off the homeowner's policy with monies they'd been escrowing each month, or the new mortgage bank might have incorrectly entered in my insurance account info into their system. Just to be safe, I hung up and called my insurance broker who said we were fully paid up --- not with Travelers. Upon further investigation, I determined this is a clever and devious SCAM. The SCAMMERS likely paid $1 for my cell # from a database hacked/stolen/sold to them showing Travelers was a prior vendor... regardless, they almost stole $1,325 from me, and are using this scheme to defraud many others. BEWARE!!!
This fake caller is from Mumbai, India. When I talked to the scammer, I used social engineering and switched to an Indian language by guessing his accent. He told me the operation is from Mumbai. He was new (2 months in he "job"). He had not head the FBI and Indian police raids of October last year.
Caller name: Windows support scammer
Tech support scam - they lie to you that they are from Windows, that your computer has issues, and will try to get you to run eventvwr to look at phony error messages. They lie about their name, they lie about their company, they lie about their location and phone number, and they lie about your computer. If you type in what they ask, it will let them connect to your computer and they will hand you off to their "manager" who will load viruses onto your computer and destroy files, and then charge your credit card to "fix your problems".
Caller name: SOVA PICKUP
The A** holes at this number regularly call my home phone twice a day. Guess they do not realize that most regular people do not contribute to strangers who call on the phone or kn ock on our apt door.
Caller name: ??
Windows tech support calling to fix my computer... problem is they are not Windows Tech support and my computer hasn't been on in over 3 months. When I told him that he hung up, but called 3 more times in 24 hours. I will probably s***w with them next time they call to waste their time but end result will be a blocked number.
Don't answer calls from #'s I don't recognize, no message left so I called back. Steve @ Fast Funding answered, I told him I was on do not call list & he said he wanted to give me money for my business I told him again I was on do not call list & he said we'll take care of it & hung up. What a douchebag, could tell he is in a boiler room just making calls all day hoping so stupid sucker will fall for his BS.
Called 5 times in 4 minutes leaving no message and nothing but a busy signal when returned call. Other sites have down people trying to sign people up for Social Security when they already have it or are not eligible at their age.
Caller name: Enterprise
Hi, this message is for Presley. This is Jenny from the damage recovery unit at Enterprise. Please Calle me back at 352-313-4771 and referenceEnterprise claim number 10230828.
Caller name: Health net
They state they are a net based pain management Co. The info they repeat back to you comes from an online chronic pain survey. The woman identified herself as Nancy, she actually called my pharmacy to get my health is info. It felt suspicious so I hung up. But feeling nervous about the info they already have.
He claimed to be some USCIS Federal officer,confirmed with my name. started saying something wrong with my immigration records, saying that my information was not updated on the USCIS immigration website when i first entered USA. Asked if i am at work place or at my residential. I said residential place. Then he kept saying that officers will be arriving my home in sometime and will be in process of deporting me to my home country. I told him that, i didn't receive any mail from USCIS about updating my information or anything. He goes, at this point i am not concerned about you mail notification. Officers will be arriving soon to your place and will be taking you. I got afraid and said Ok! let me talk to my concerned persons meanwhile and hung up the call. I hope the one behind these scam calls will be arrested soon! he has got a threatening voice that was out of my mind for a while, didn't know whats going on! Later I found out this is a fraud call!
Caller name: Michael at Medical Service Group
Said he was calling about my order, which I didn't place. And then scolded me telling me to be more careful and what I order. Said that my credit card would be charged for the diabetic supplies that I ordered. I neither ordered diabetic supplied or gave this company my credit card. I have never in my life ordered diabetic supplies or any type of medical supplies on line. The caller, Michael, was extremely rude.
Caller name: Clearview
I received a call from Jim Johnson claiming to represent Outsource Courier Service. I googled his phone number and it led to Clearview which is a skip tracing business for companies with unrecovered debt. They do research to find out personal information about you for collection purposes. He has a very authoritative, threatening tone and threatens to visit your home or place of employment with an order of acknowledgement for your appearance (what this means I'm not sure, but it successfully achieved its goal of scaring me to death). I'm not sure what debt he is calling me about, but it would have to be "stale" debt since I haven't owed anyone for 12 years. Therefore, I won't be speaking with him.
Caller name: vehicle protection services
this person called my work cell phone i said not interested before he finished and he started yelling at me told ME i was rude and then told me to see what happens he would just keep calling. i feel totally harrassed
sounded like a real caller who was apologizing for fumbling with her phone cords...and because of previous travel with a company they own they are offering me a free trip to Orlando and a cruise. Can she transfer me to a real person. All voice prompted...
I've not traveled with a previous company they own. Called the number and recorded voice says the survey has been closed.
Caller name: Texas
Same thing, guy said he was from Fidelity. My take on this is, I don't need some random caller, even if legit, to be calling me so he can interrupt my day to discuss a personal investment portfolio OVER THE PHONE. If I need help with my investments, I will go to the bank or investment office and make an appointment to discuss FACE TO FACE with someone. SO STOP CALLING ME!!!!!!!
Caller name: Noem Garcia (card services)
Scam: This time it's not Rachel who's calling
Caller ID said Noem Garcia
This is an important message regarding your current credit card account. We have made several attempts to reach you. This is your final courtesy call before we are unable to lower your credit card interest rate. Press 1 to speak to the member services dept or press 2 & your eligibility to lower your rate will expire.
Caller name: Belle Haven
This number calls me everyday weekends all hours I called the number back and a lady answered and I asked her to stop calling my number I only hope that I didn't s***w up by calling and this was a scam to get my info
Has called 7 times already today - and I have had this number blocked. How dos one report this phone number and get it disconnected??
Caller name: Global Technical Support
We have been getting these calls for the past 2 weeks. I filed a complaint with the FTC, as we are on the do not call list. What was different about our calls was the fact that we have tech support thru Dell and it needed to be extended in March, and this is part of the reason they called along with a security breach. How many of you bought your computers or extended tech support from Dell? I also got fed up yesterday after both our home phone and my cell phone rang at least 5 times each. I called the 800-847-5103 and also screamed at the guy that answered to never call my number again or I would report them to the FTC and they were going to jail. As of 5:30 Tueday I haven't got another call.
Caller name: V. Energy co.
It may have been email or a pop_up stating u won a I-phone or I-pad, just need to do few online surveys & one of them ask if u think ur energy bils are to high? When you get to the last page needs ur name, address, phone to send ur item
This is only way i can recall anyway could have gotten my secondary #, oh btw any online stuff i have a textnow.com free # I do no give my real #
Caller name: Mary Callahan
Same call as the others... "Mary Callahan" is a busy little bee...
"Hi, this is Mary Callahan with the award notification department 4 way out west to our company headquartered in Seattle, please be advised the entry form you were a family member filled out at one of our events last year was pulled and you and your stuff happens elected to receive. To call them entry round trip airfare vouchers departing seatac international airport heading out for a delightful and deluxe 2 night 3 day marriott hotel stay and this is headed out to your choice of any major city in the condo united states including honolulu Hawaii congratulations. Not a time-share. No pressure. No obligation to buy signer join anything now or in the future to redeem your complimentary airfare and Marriott get away simply call toll free 1 800. 353 1522 now we can on your promotional package for 24 hours. So please call as soon as you can congratulations again, and enjoy round trip airfare for both of you departing seatac two nights and 3 days in a marriott hotel going anywhere in the continental united States including Honolulu Hawaii absolutely guarantee and honest."
Caller name: Emily
Same as Chip's comment above from 19th. Recording of giggly young lady who doesn't "answer" right away, and then comments on headset problems. Says I stayed at one of their resorts before and is entitled to a 75% discount on couple resorts in Florida. I then hung up as have heard this spiel a number of times before via same recording.
Caller name: Blue Star Cruise
Offered a to good to be true cruise for $835 per person to Bahamas. Wouldn't take no for an answer. Spoke to three people trying to get me to send money today. I finally hung up in the middle of their rant.
Caller name: Joe
Starts out saying his name was Joe and he was calling on a recorded line. Then he asks "Can you hear me?" Heard a warning awhile back about this scam that ends up with charges on your phone bill or credit card so we just hung up on him.
Caller name: Market Research Company
called this number back and go this 800-973-7470. They are not selling anything just doing a research study. If you don't want to partake all you need to tell them is to remove you from their list. Since they are a market research company they don't follow the same guidelines as a telemarketer so if you are on the do not call list it does not except you from these types of calls.
Caller name: Windows tech
Caller said that I would have to give them the numbers off of my computer as my e-mail was "leaking information" that they needed to stop. I told them the Police had warned us about them and that I was contacting the FBI and the scammer hung up!
Caller name: Little Rock AR
This is definitely the scam where they try to record you saying things in the affirmative such as "yes". They will use the recording for all kinds of fraudulent activities. Essentially an identity theft scam.
Home improvement company. Called them back from a third party phone and told them to put me on do not call. One of their reps called me 11 times in 3 days. They do not leave messages and apparently don't actually remove you from their call list when you tell them to.
Caller name: David, US Grant Department
THIS IS A SCAMMER! The first time he called, I didn't answer. I called the number back and it is not in service. The second time, I answered and immediately told him to stop calling me and he said (in a heavy Indian accent and not so great English, so I think this scammer resides abroad, as has become common) "we will keep calling and calling. This is the government and you will keep hearing from me and I will keep calling and calling" and hung up before I could get another word in. Then, he called again an hour later, and I played along a bit to see what this scam was so I could properly report it. He said that I would be getting free grant money and I wouldn't have to pay anything, he just needed my mailing address, and then HE READ MY ADDRESS TO ME, asking if that was the correct one. I was quite shocked and scared that he had my address, so I said that I did not live at that address, and started to tell him a new (albeit fake) address. I then asked questions regarding who he worked for, why I would get this money, where it was coming from, why he needs my information, how he got my information, etc. He kept stumbling saying the same thing "uh, this is grant money....you will get it in 3-4 working days.... it's free money....". And then he hung up on me rather abruptly. I have blocked the number, and will be reporting this.
Caller name: ARG
Received call with the following message:
"Hello my name is Jeana and I'm calling from the Claim Department in regards to an entry form we have here that you guys apparently submitted a while back. It could've been done as far back as 12 to 18 months ago and it was filled out for a chance to win a brand-new automobile or $25,000 in cash in lou of our company's annual giveaway. Now we did have entries all over where you can simply sign yourself up to win and they did choose yours as one of our finalist, so congratulations. As a finalist this would guarantee you one of the top three gifts in the contest, if not the car. So I strongly advise you to contact me here and I can give you all the details. My number is toll free so that's 877-904-7581. I can assure you this is not a sales call so hope to hear from you soon. So again that number is 877-904-7581."