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About (202) 407-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2009.While 2024073261 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (202) 407-3261 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 202-407-3261
I had same call. List of our numbers must be sold again. Put who your service provider is or ever has had your number so we can see who sold our numbers.
Beware of Rogers' scams they blame 3rd parties for charges on. Your phone but digging deep you will find it is Rogers who is behind it all. I have tried everything and finally realized the only real effective recourse is to report to the better business bureau online and Rogers will try to compensate partially claiming it's not them that got the money but a third party. Then better business bureau follows up asking if it satisfied me I said "no" and explained I'm still out of picket and time. So complaint still remained. Then Rogers paid balance. Another bbb follow up asking if I was satisfied and I said "no, I caught Rogers stealing and paying back is not stopping the scam. Rogers needs to pay back all the money they scammed from all their customers." Then Rogers called for solution and I complained about lost time and said give me 300 extra daytime minutes , they gave me 100 per month for 6 months. Another bbb followup, each time they describe what the offender has done to make it up to me, and asked if I was satisfied and again I said, no I caught them redhanded and they need to pay millions before they will stop the scams against their customers including selling our numbers and spamming us. Report to the "Better Business Bureau" and ask for a valuable (saves you money even if it costs Rogers little) reward or compensation for scamming you "their customer"
If enough of us do it eventually they will become service oriented instead of thinking if scams to rip us off.
Received this call on my cell this morning (March 14, 2013) - I let it go to voicemail, but they did not leave a message.
Did it come from a random automated dialer? Or did my bank sell my contact number? Other than friends, my bank is the only entity that knows my cell number.
Received a call from this number around noon. Didn't hear my phone so I didn't answer it, but the caller didn't leave a voicemail, and when I called back an automated recording said this number didn't have their voicemail setup. I live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, go through Telus. I don't know anyone in Washington.