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Yet another unwanted call from this non-existent (spoofed) toll-free number arrived today, just 4 weeks since the last call on Jan 25. Once again, when the call rolled to voice mail, the caller left no message, just dead space. This is a favorite ploy of robocallers (unlawful telemarketers) who spoof their numbers to hide their tracks while trolling the phone lines seeking gullible schmucks to victimize.
Many have reported the caller is a scam contractor, sometimes identified as In & Out Builders and sometimes as Castle Builders. One could say they are "buiding" a scam empire.
DON'T BE VICTIMIZED BY THESE TELECRIMINALS. LET YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE TAKE THEIR PATHETIC CALLS.
Caller name: Unknown, does not appear on my caller ID
I believe it is a collection agency because in the message they leave, they mention the name of a person who does is not one of the residents in our household, but they obviously believe that person lives here. They call every day, at least twice a day.
Caller name: Mark Williams
said i was eligible for a federal grant of $9700. wanted me to buy and card and send him $250 in order to gent the $9700. he said they were located at 290 broardway, suite 222, new york, ny. his federal badge # was d11132.
Leaves voicemail message notification on my phone with no linked missed call. Not sure why, never called the number. Assumed it was a bill collector. Either way, it is illegal. I'll have to search my phone for any unknown apps(I have found a few lerking in there which I did not download. I have Cricket(ATT) wireless service so maybe this is something they sell out. Very irritating. The virus thing sounds the moat plausible(adware, spyware) as our phones and tablets are mini computers.
Caller name: card /MedPro
received a card at an address which I do not use for mail.
Card says "We have a medical supply delivery for --" "To schedule delivery today call 817-953-8005"
I had not ordered any medical...
Caller name: Health and safety for Enbridge
Follows a script but can answer ur questions with delay... do not fall for this insists on making an appt to come into your home. Said I can check the Enbridge website but didn't call from
Caller name: Supposedly PSE&G
A person called and claimed he was from PSE&G and there was a problem with out accounts not being paid and at the front desk they took his number for the bookkeeper to call him back. I called the number on our PSE&G bills and was told they have been receiving our payments and we are current. I called the number left by the scam artist (844) 867-2388. I told him that we are current and have no idea why he would be calling to claim we were not and that I was going to report his number. He told me he was going to kill me and before he did he was going to do all these things to me first which was quite disgusting. I hung up.
Obviously not PSE&G......horrific!!!
Caller name: national information center
The "Fair Debt Collection Practices Act" ("FDCPA") is a federal law that protects consumers by prohibiting debt collectors from utilizing abusive, deceptive, and unfair debt collection practices. See http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm.
Among other things, the FDCPA protects you against the following acts by debt collectors: (1) a threat of violence to your person, reputation, or property; (2) the use of obscene or profane language; (3) the publication of a list of consumers who allegedly refuse to pay their debts (except to a credit reporting agency like a credit bureau); (4) the advertisement for sale of any debt to coerce payment of the debt; (5) the act of causing a telephone to ring or calling repeatedly with the intent to annoy, abuse, or harass anyone at the phone number dialed; (6) the act of making phone calls before 8:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m.; (You did make those threats from previous emails and conversations) (7) a threat of incarceration; or (8) the act of calling your employer after you provided notice to the debt collector not to contact you at your place of employment. See generally 15 U.S.C. ? 1692(c)-(e).
You have the right to demand a collector only contact you in a certain way (e.g., by mail) or not to contact you at all. If you notify the debt collector in writing regarding your preferred method of contact, the debt collector must respect your preference. See 15 U.S.C. ? 1692(c).
Upon your making a proper demand to a debt collector within 30 days after the debt collector first contacts you, the debt collector must provide proof that you owe the debt. You have a right to send a written request for validation of the debt that a debt collector claims you owe upon properly disputing any portion of the validity of the alleged debt. See 15 U.S.C. ? 1692(g).
In addition, you may also contact the office of the Attorney General in your state, as well as the division of Consumer Affairs or Consumer Protection in your state for more information on your rights as a consumer.
Attorney's General Office,
I was informed to contact you all because of this continuous harassment at work from Ace Cash Services. I have had several nightmares and fear because of their continuous threats to me. It is affecting my daily performance. I was fully discharged from all owed, with case#1035290 with Patricia McDonald as my attorney. If you have time, please look over the information of their daily tactics. If the office need to contact me, please email me first and I will email my phone number to you.
These are the following emails were sent to Ace and they sent to me over a period of 6 years. I need someone to help me at your office.
We will further discuss matters as you are abusing my hours at work with your constant threats.
You have written notice on how to contact me and not this email address. Please provide proof of what you say I owe.
Stop harassing me! I have no money! And stop selling my information to other parties. I won a law suit against companies after the discharge and have you on the list for continuously harassing me.
Caller name: Mary
This number was on craigslist saying they have a property for rent and that they live in Massachusetts and they want you to send money for rent and deposit. They copy photos of other properties and post them. THIS IS A SCAM! I called the number and no one answers the phone. Do NOT send them money for any properties because they do not own them.
Caller name: He refused to identify
Calling about "Medicare benefit" of some sort. I asked him to identify who he represented, and he continued with his script as though I had said nothing: "...new FDA approved..." I hung up at that point.
Caller name: http://supplementranking.com/rejuvaessence/
RejuvaEssence is easy nuts and that's right before your face. The question I'm asking is as easy as pie.
If you suspect an issue then you could have your RejuvaEssence checked out by a pro. I had just done that when it happened.
That really gets under my skin. We're now ready to discuss my light-hearted ideas germane to RejuvaEssence. RejuvaEssence enjoys a great prestige. That would be unexpected if it's overshadowed by the amount of RejuvaEssence they get by word of mouth. You know that you should go where the bright lights lead you. I completely agree this RejuvaEssence is the way to go.
Whoever this person is calls usually once a day and lets it ring a couple of times then hangs up. On a few occasions they have gotten the voicemail but nothing. I know NO ONE by this number or in the area the search came up with.
Caller name: Shirley Toler
Cell phone from Cincinnati Bell
Cincinnati Bell is for businesses only, they do not provide cell phone service for residence people. I know, I use to be one of them & had to change carriers because of it.
This is just some solicitor calling.
Caller name: (845) 579-0842 Spring Valley, NY Indian guy
Spring Valley, NY
Indian accent claiming that before they file my name for an arrest warrant , for me to call back immediately... they claimed to be the office of Jackie Williams. Total scam. And I would like to break their face for attempting to scam everybody here, and probably successfully scamming some old or naive people out of their hard earned money. Everybody, let's file a complaint with law enforcement and our government official so there can finally be some oversight of this frequent phone scamming
received a phone call today from an "Anne" who refused to initially give her name or the company she was calling from and finally stated she was calling from a research company and wanted to confirm my company's physical address. when asked if we could take the name and number so the legitimacy of this call could be confirmed, she said we will call back later. she was told not to bother and do not call us back. little does "Anne" know, our company has caller ID!
Caller name: Don't know
This number keeps calling me over and over early in the morning and late evening...Has called at least once everyday for almost 2 weeks..Has left no message..But shows I have 3-4 voice mails from this number but it's only static...I called back once got busy signal ..Hung up immediately... RED FLAG !!!! Don't know this number....Tired of the all the phone calls....Stop the phone calls!!! ....To me this is Harassment !!!!
Caller name: Pure Nitro Max
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I have received numerous calls from this number since December 2016. Sometimes the robo call hangs up other times a man comes on the line. The caller always asks for my date of birth before he can discuss the purpose of the call or his company's name. I have responded back that since he initiated the call he needs to identify his company and the purpose of the call and that I am not freely giving out personal information to a stranger. Today the caller said he could use the first line of my address for identification. I gave him my house number but not the street name. He then said, this is strange I don't have an address for you. I don't have any out standing debts so there really isn't any reason a collection agency should be calling me
Caller name: Horny VIP
I have been charged 9 pounds a week for the last 4 weeks and I have just realised when my bill came through. I haven't signed up for anything and have no idea how this has happened. 3 network said they cant do anything about subscriptions unfortunately.
Caller name: Lakeside Marblehead, OH
This number has called many times. I answer. The heavily accented voice on the other end identifies himself as Andrew. I play along with him but tell him I can't get to my computer. He always calls back. Finally I called him a criminal. He hung up but called me back 3 times just seconds between calls to call me an idiot and a*****e.
Clearly fraud attempt to obtain personal info. Beware Multiply choice questions used to obtain address etc NOTE: NOT A RANDOM NUMBER CALL- ALSO HAD NAME AND LAST 4 DIGITS OF CARD AND LEFT MSG. NO HUMAN VOICE ALL SIMULATED!!! Most sophisticated attempt I have encountered!!!
Number used by someone reading Craig's List advertisements and then attempting to have sellers provide their full names, cell phone numbers, addresses and promise to mail them "certified checks" for the items purchased through Craig's List, instead of picking them up in person and paying cash. Beware - they also use a fake gmail account and ask for your email account and English is definitely not their first language. Big time scam!
Caller name: Said he was grandson
Claimed to be a grandson, and said he was in trouble down in Mexico. He wanted you to wire him money to get him out of jail, and told you to keep it a secret, to not tell any family members. DO NOT ANSWER OR BELIEVE HIM. SCAMMER.
Been calling 3-5 times a week for months.
AND, when I asked him to put me on the Do Not Call List, he says he has no such list and said he will call again tomorrow morning. He is relentless and won't stop!!!
Caller name: US Govermemt Grants
This number called me saying I had won a grant because I had not committed any crimes and not filed for bankruptcy in the last two months. She then gave me a conformation number and a phone number to call. I have heard about these scammers?
Caller name: Maxim Healthcare
Caller ID Maxim Healthcare; caller stated he was calling for Windows; I stated I had apple; transferred me to apple service dept; I asked if anyone actually falls for this c**p and then the caller
Caller name: Federal grant center
Called and said I was approved for $8500.00. He said,"I bet you are asking yourself how you qualified." I replied," No. Since I work for the federal government & today is a federal holiday, I'm wondering what kind of scam you're running." He laughed and said," You got me, just joking. Have a good day!" Then he hung up.
Caller name: Cross Software purchased
These people keep calling my phone saying I have a virus on my computer. Then they told me it wasn't a virus they just wanted to update my computer systems. I asked which computer he said it was my Microsoft computer. I then made it aware to them I don't own a Microsoft computer I have a mac book. The Michael started stuttering I told him to take me off of his call list. He was not listening to me, and told me I wasn't on a call list. Then I asked to speak to his manager. When I spoke to his manager I asked if the call was being recorded and he wouldn't answer the question. I told him he was being childish and unprofessional for not answering my question and he said I was. Long story short its a spam they don't know anything and basically hung up on me.
THIS IS A FRAUD!!!! RECEIVED 6 CALLS FROM THIS NUMBER IN THE PAST 3 DAYS, LEFT NO MESSAGE. I DECIDED TO CALL THIS NUMBER BACK. A MAN ANSWERS AND CLAIMS TO WORK FOR "GLOBAL RETREATS", WHICH HE CLAIMS IS AFFILIATED WITH RCI-TIMESHARE TRADING COMPANY. HE CLAIMS HE IS SCHEDULING PEOPLE TO ATTEND AN INFORMATIVE MEETING ON CHANGES WITH RCI. I TOLD HIM I WOULD CALL RCI TO VERIFY THIS. I CALLED RCI AND TOLD THEM ABOUT THE CALLS. I ASKED RCI IF THEY WERE AFFILIATED WITH GLOBAL RETREATS AND THEY SAID NO THEY DO NOT KNOW WHO THEY ARE. RCI TOLD ME THAT THESE KIND OF CALLS ARE A SCAM TO GET RCI MEMBERS TO COME TO TIMESHARE SALES EVENTS. RCI SAID THEY WOULD NEVER INFORM THEIR MEMBERS OF CHANGES VIA A MEETING WITH AN AFFILIATE. THEY ONLY INFORM BY MAIL OR EMAIL FROM RCI. I WAS ALSO TOLD THAT THESE SCAMMERS LOOK UP INFO ABOUT TIMESHARE OWNERS VIA RESEARCH DATABASES AND ASSUME YOU USE RCI FOR YOUR TRADES. THAT IS HOW THEY KNOW YOU ARE WITH RCI (NO INFO WAS GIVEN TO THEM BY RCI). BEWARE!!
Same as everyone else. Basically said that I have won free airfare and 3 nights stay at a Marriott hotel to anywhere in the US, but I had to redeem within 24 hours. But they did not address me by name. I knew it was a scam because it was to my business line and I never use that number for personal entries (plus I don't do sweepstakes anyways lol). I haven't bothers to respond (but I think I might for a laugh?) but please don't fall for this!
Caller name: Mrs. Callahan Scam
If you called these guys with the trip to "anywhere" back, I'd love to hear what they had to say when you called. What was the catch to the scam?
Caller name: Google Inc- Window Scamers
Received phone call from the same guys, they call my work number claiming that I have to "update" my windows. I asked him which Windows operating system? Told me that I have a Windows 10 computer (which was wrong) and claimed that he worked for my company. I laughed and said; you think that I am dumb to fall for a lame scam and said that I would report him.
Caller name: Mary-Anne Craft
Caller left a voicemail asking me to call 855-498-0108 ext. 452 in regard to scheduling delivery for a legally required notice. She stated that this was a courtesy call and urged me to call back the 855 number before 8p.m. Her voice sounded shaky and uncertain sending up red flags immediatly. Furthermore since when does anyone SCHEDULE the delivery of legally requires anything? Or any "legal" agencies work past 5 p.m.? Nothing about this call sounded legit to me, so I refuse to reach put to the 855 number. I feel like if this WAS a legitimate call, I would receive something in writing, and if they don't have my address, well that sounds like a personal problem to me.