203-424-0335

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Caller ID for (203) 424-0335:

Wallingford, Ct

(203) 424-**** Phone Numbers

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Near Danbury, Connecticut
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Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2007.

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User Complaints for (203) 424-0335

Caller name: E-Degree AKA Degree Advisor

Caller type: Telemarketer

They go by Degree Adviser or E-Degree. They have been calling me many times over the month. They stick to a strict script, and it's very hard to get them to break it. They always use new numbers when they call my phone. This number is they number they gave me for a callback number.

The first few times I said no, and they hung up on me right there. The next couple of time I tried to asked them to remove me from their call list, and they hung up on me before I got my last word in.

This last time I gave them a bunch of bogus information, and acted like I was really interested. I told them I was in a bad room, and I would probably drop the call. I asked for a contact number, and this is the number they gave me. The passed me on to the next person who gave me the this number again, but another name. After I told them thank you for their contact information I told them to remove me from all of their contact lists, and the lady didn't hang up on me. She said "Thank you, and we will. Have a good day." Laughing the entire time though, so I expect another call.

I am on the national do not call list, and I have also filed a complaint with the FCC.

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply]   April 21, 2015

Caller name: My Caller Id Didnt Register Anything But The Number

Caller type: Telemarketer

(203) 424-0335 Robo call recorded 20 September 2017 (Sarah from Career Advisor automated voice recognition job placement & college seeking) Caller ID: "Vineland NJ"

"Sarah" of Career Advisor, claiming that my name was on one of their job web sites, is calling to find me a permanent job and to send me back to school! How nice!

I was impressed with this automated, voice recognition call, the flow of the "conversation" is much more natural than it was just a year ago. The voice did get tripped up twice and broke mid sentence to respond to something I said. You can tell by the third sentence that the voice you're hearing is a recording, guided by a computer, but it's impressive how the technology has improved recently. I was intentionally vague but she "understood" and ushered me through the qualification process, eventually bringing a live education specialist into the phone call, to find a college for me.

Notice her perfect spoken English, until...in an attempt to sound colloquial, she starts dropping her "g"s ("I'm gonna" = "I'm going to", "lookin" for "looking", "sendin" for "sending", etc.)

She made other noticeable errors, such as "when did you graduate high school" instead of the correct "graduate from high school".

Here is a transcript of this intrusive and unwanted screening call:

Call is now being recorded

me: "Hello?"

female voice: "Hi. This is Sarah, and I'm an employment specialist on a recorded line, and I show you're one of our job sites. Can you hear me alright?"

me: "I can hear you."
female voice: "Great well I'm with Career Advisor and you can press 1 to be removed, and I show here we have multiple jobs available in your area what type of job are you lookin for?"

me: "Academic."
female voice: "Well again I'm an employment specialist here and my job today is to ask you a few questions to determine what jobs are a good fit for ya and match what you want. After that I'm gonna do my best to try to match you up with some jobs in your area that you may be interested in applying for, okay?"

me: "Okay."
female voice: "Great. Now I need to confirm that you're a US citizen."

me: "Correct."
female voice: "Okay, and what year did you graduate high school or receive a GED?"

me: "Two thousand and five."
female voice: "Okay. And what's your highest level of education?"

me: "Two years of college."
female voice: "I was just...okay and I also see that you're not currently enrolled in any kind of school right now. Is that correct?"

me: "Uh, please repeat? Say again?"
female voice: "Okay. Okay. And I also see that you're not currently enrolled in any kind of school right now. Is that correct?"

me: "Correct."
female voice: "Okay. Well what we do here is match job seekers like you with open positions that different companies are lookin to fill. Those companies may actually pay us because we're able to save them time and money by sendin em only qualified candidates. Does that make sense?"

me: "What?"
female voice: "Are you still there?"

me: "Yes. I'm here."
female voice: "Now we run a job of the day program here. I'm gonna send you out one job of the day every day that could turn into the ideal match you're lookin for. You actually get to tell us what it is that you're interested in our website, and it's a free service for job seekers doesn't cost you anything and are you currently...employed..."

me: "Sorry?"
female voice: "And how soon could you start a new position?"

me: "Next week."
female voice: "Okay. And roughly what kind of salary range or hourly rate are you lookin for when you're applyin for open positions?"

me: "Fifteen to twenty dollars per hour."
female voice: "Uh huh, oh, I agree, but you do plan on furthering your education at some point in the future right?"

me: "Correct."
female voice: "Okay, and what kind of benefits are important to you."

me: "Uh, paid vacation and contribution to 401k retirement..."
female voice: "Okay. Well the reason I'm asking is because part of our service is we want to make you more marketable to employers. Does that make sense?"

me: "It does."
female voice: "That way when my team is matchin you up with the job of the day every day trying to figure out what to send you, not only do I know what you're interested in I also know what you'd be willing to do so I can send ya out the best job possible cuz I really want you to get a job today. Okay?"

me: "Okay."
female voice: "Okay. Let's confirm some of your basic information, okay. Can you please confirm your first name?"

me: "Antonio."
female voice: "Okay? Can you please confirm your last name?"

me: "Willis."
female voice: "Perfect. Could you repeat your ZIP Code for me please?"

me: "Oh eight...hello?"
female voice: "Could you repeat your zip code for me please."

me: "Zero eight zero two one."
female voice: "That's fine, and may I please have your e-mail?"

me: "Yes."
female voice: "Uh huh. Could you repeat that one more time for me please?"

me: "My email is my name, Antonio A Willis"
female voice: "Uh huh..."

me: "At are aich why tee a dot com"
female voice: "Perfect. Thank yew. Okay. Good. Now I'm gonna bring an advisor on the line. I do appreciate you bein so professional on the phone today. I really do. I'd also really appreciate it if you convey the same courtesy that you've shown me, and, what's your highest level of education?"

me: "Two years, college."
female voice: "Okay. Good. Now I'm gonna bring an advisor on the line. I do appreciate you bein so professional on the phone today. I really do. I'd also really appreciate it if you convey the same courtesy that you've shown me to the advisor that I'm about to place ya on the line with."

me: "What is your name again, please."
female voice: "My name is Sarah."

me: "And the company you're with?"
female voice: "I'm with Career Advisor."

me: "And do you have a website?"
female voice: "Yes. Now that...I do just wanna be clear that we're not a temp service. We're actually job matching service and we're gonna to try to find you a permanent position."

me: "That sounds like a good idea..."
female voice: "Okay and in case we get disconnected, my number here is two zero three, four two four, zero three, three five."

me: "Zero three, three five?"
female voice: "Yes."

me: "Very good. Thank you..."
female voice: "What would you like to study if you went to school?"

me: "I would like to study...medicine."
female voice: "Uh huh. Okay. Can I make a suggestion?"

me: "Yes you may."
female voice: "Some of our more common areas of study are Business, Computers, Health Care, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts or a trade, like Electrical and Heating and Air. Does one or more of those sound interesting to ya?"

me: "Oh yes, computers."
female voice: "So basically you're lookin for a good position with a stable company where there's room for advancement and growth. Is that right?"

me: "That is correct."
female voice: "Also after you're done talkin to the advisor I'm gonna follow up with him to make sure they were able to offer you some good options and after I transfer you over, I'm gonna send you over that email as promised, okay?"

me: "Okay, that is a good idea..."
female voice: "...we provide ya access to an education advisor who can help you determine if there are any kinds of options available to you that can help you accomplish some career goal...are you still with me?"

me: "Yes I am." [electronic BEEP and single ring]
female voice: "In my opinion...after you're done, it's gonna let you select categories and interests I want you to..."

male voice: "Hi, this is Leif with...EDU Direct...
female voice: "Hi, I have a qualified candidate on a recorded line that I'd like you to help."

male voice: "Yeah, I can help. Hi ya, this is Leif with EDU Direct on a recorded line. I see you're interested in some education options as well as your job search. Is that correct?"

[my HOLD music starts, call is terminated]

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- John of Lower Merion
New Jersey

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[Reply]   September 23, 2017

Caller name: The Career Advisors

Caller type: Telemarketer

They are now going by The Career Advisors it seems. The reason it sounds so stilted is that its not an actual person, it is a computer that listens to your responses and uses a script if you keep talking to try to get information and then they transfer you to a totally different company. This is the callback number. Please contact the FCC and file a complaint.

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   May 8, 2017

Caller name: joe

Caller type: Unknown

This was the number given by a caller from 310-730-5592. Obviously scripted. Said he was a job matching service. Told him I'd call him back and he gave the 203 number. I did not want to give him my personal info. Nothing comes up on a search for the number he was calling for, but this one does. Thanks for your comments, I knew this was a scam!

- Mameleh
California

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[Reply]   January 18, 2017

Caller type: Telemarketer

Originally the call is a ROBO CALL. You cannot interact with the person. I ended up having to give stupid answers, just to be able to be transferred to an actual person. I told them this is the 4th call I had this week and told them to STOP calling me! We will see how that goes.

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   June 5, 2015

Caller name: 631-823--1556

Caller type: Telemarketer

Continually calls asking about furthering my education. I have told the caller numerous times that I am not interested. The caller then cursed me out and hung up the phone.

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply]   May 11, 2015

Caller name: My Caller Id Didnt Register Anything But The Number

Caller type: Telemarketer

Called as Education Advisor for possible job placement with given call back at at 203.424.0335 if cut off. Caller prompting me for many questions for an acknowledgement such as "OK" or "Yes" which grew my suspicion. Then transferred me over to another representative to get more information, but next person instead tried to sell higher education which I immediately indicated I was not interested.

- Philip
California

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[Reply]   August 25, 2017
In response to:

They go by Degree Adviser or E-Degree. They have been calling me many times over the month. They stick to a strict script, and it's very hard to get them to break it. They always use new numbers when they call my phone. This number is they number they gave me for a callback number.

The first few times I said no, and they hung up on me right there. The next couple of time I tried to asked them to remove me from their call list, and they hung up on me before I got my last word in.

This last time I gave them a bunch of bogus information, and acted like I was really interested. I told them I was in a bad room, and I would probably drop the call. I asked for a contact number, and this is the number they gave me. The passed me on to the next person who gave me the this number again, but another name. After I told them thank you for their contact information I told them to remove me from all of their contact lists, and the lady didn't hang up on me. She said "Thank you, and we will. Have a good day." Laughing the entire time though, so I expect another call.

I am on the national do not call list, and I have also filed a complaint with the FCC.

Caller name: Joe and Jakeah from Lakewood Education

Caller type: Telemarketer

They have been calling me twice / day for I don't know how long... during work hours, on my cell phone (which is on the do not call list). I finally patiently sat through about 15 minutes of B.S. before I finally got this number.

They are calling other people in my office as well.

The Caller ID always changes, but it always says it's from my local area code.

- Matt
Washington

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[Reply]   April 12, 2017

Caller type: Unknown

I've been getting calls from numbers all over the country and I finally answered today and was continually hung up on I'm not sure how to file a complaint or how to make it stop but I'm only in highschool so I'm not sure where this is from, after reading the comments on this number my experience is slightly different mine is not about continuing education, it's for a job search? I would like help to not get calls because I block each number but they continue to call from other numbers

- Madsy
Georgia

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[Reply]   June 27, 2016

Caller name: Amy and Joanne?

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I got a call from this automated system under a PRIVATE NUMBER saying she was "Amy" and was responding to my job application. "She" asked several questions which sounded very stilted and scripted.
I was very reluctant to answer due to the fact that the line was echoing everything she and I were saying. Then she said she would connect me to an advisor and to show them the same courtesy I showed her. I said tell me the full name of her company and then she repeated EXACTLY what she said before and transferred me to a live person, "Joanne" I think. Before she did transfer though she gave the 203 424 0335 number.
At this point, I knew it was NOT a real "job placement" service. "Joanne" kept pressing for more info as to why I didnt want to continue education. I told her I am not going back to school right now and call me with a job or there is no point in calling back ever again.
Well played auotmated "lady" you got the kid THIS time, but not again! Dont be fooled people. Take care!

-Me

- Me
Georgia

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[Reply]   June 2, 2016

Caller name: 6016674429

Caller type: Telemarketer

This company is a robo- call for some sort of E-Degree program. It is completely electronic - including a message that it is recorded for quality assurance purposes - even though that really is a ploy to cover any requirement that they state that they are a recorded service.
They call from numerous different numbers from our local area that all start with area code 601 - 667 . If you play a long long enough they tell you that if you get disconnected, call 1-203-424-0335. Which answers as 'Simply Jobs" and that is also a recorded voice with pauses for responses.

The lead in suggests that they are following up an on-line application for a job.

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   April 11, 2016

Caller name: Kelly

Caller type: Telemarketer

They got my number from a job board as I am unemployed. Told me I qualified for an education plan. Asked for my zip code then started talking about the weather. Very good Robo system with programmed responses. I hung up when this became obvious.

- Martha
Georgia

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[Reply]   February 2, 2016

Caller name: 770-176-5365 or 770-450-5073

Caller type: Telemarketer

Automated system will keep calling back, please stay on the line just give them dumb answers until you get to a real person, it will take a few minutes.

- Craig
Georgia

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[Reply]   January 4, 2016

Caller name: No name, but claimed E Degree

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This bogus "company" keeps calling me from different local numbers but when I asked for a number to reach them due to bad cell coverage they gave me this out of state call bouncing system. Be careful what you tell them and if I were you, use fake info. They are relentless and will stick to their script hard. On the other hand, if you're a good actor, take them on a trip with funny stuff. Regardless, they are rude and don't care.

- Fed up
Texas

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[Reply]   January 2, 2016

Caller name: 304-853-0947

Caller type: Telemarketer

I have been getting calls from these e-Degree / Degree Adviser folks for months now. Usually they call when i'm at work and i don't have time to mess with them so i just hang up. This time they called on a Saturday and i was able to spend some time trying to pry information from them. I asked them where they are located and for an address and they said they are located in Phoenix, AZ. They refused to give an address stating privacy concerns. A business not willing to give out their address i asked... They moved on with the script. I then asked for a phone number in case we get disconnected and they gave me this one.

They seem to spoof a number from whatever state they are calling.
So for this instance at least, they were located in Phoenix, AZ, calling from Danbury, CT using a number from West Virginia

- Anonymous
West Virginia

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[Reply]   July 25, 2015

Caller name: My caller id didnt register anything but the number

Caller type: Unknown

They called as a degree advisor, however when I asked if this was Michigan works, they said yes... I'm going to call Michigan works and tell them whats up.

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   July 8, 2015

Caller name: other

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

A person named Connor called stating that I applied for a job that was linked to their job search database. He stated that he was going to connect me to a career specialist that would have open job listings in my area. After speaking to him, he transferred me to Jennifer, who stated that she was an Education Advisor and would have Miller Motte and some other internet universities contact me for furthering my education (no job listings).
The number that register on my caller ID was actually 910-782-1123 and Connor gave me the 203-424-0335 number, in case we got "disconnected".

- Anonymous
South Carolina

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[Reply]   October 1, 2018

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

They won't stop they call you from all different numbers you block one and it comes in as another they want you to sign up for school if you fill out a job application online they got your information and they don't stop it's harassing day and night all the time I'm going to sue them if they don't stop they say there in Palms Beach Florida and they're driving me crazy

- I want you to register for school
Michigan

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[Reply]   August 9, 2018

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Continually get calls from this number

- Anonymous
Connecticut

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[Reply]   March 21, 2018

Caller name: E-Degree Or Degree Advisor

Caller type: Telemarketer

The sophistication of the AI is very, very, good. In the future, I am going to trip up these callers by asking them a Turing difficult question such as "Who is buried in Grant's tomb?", "When was the war of 1812?", "If Halloween falls on December 31st, what day of the week will Christmas fall on?", or the classic, "If I am not my son's father, then who am I?"

- Jeff
Washington

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[Reply]   November 30, 2017

Caller type: Unknown

said they were from a job matching service -- it was a recorded call made to sound like a person talking to you. the number above was what they gave and said they were in Florida. But the number on the phone was from Cambridge, MD 443-225-7438. After telling me to hold on for a representative and trying to make (recorded) small talk, the line went dead.

- Anonymous
Maryland

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[Reply]   November 17, 2017

Caller name: Job Seekers / Recruiting Company

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Called claiming they were a large recruiting firm, kept asking me if I wanted to further my education, promised to aid me in finding a job, totally scammers, annoying,

- Anonymous
Maine

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[Reply]   October 5, 2017

Caller name: E-Degree Or Degree Advisor

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Got a call from 832-307-0034 her name is Daley or Baley(from what i heard).
She's with a placement company that will help me find a job. Then she went onto asking if I'm interested in further my career. there are school in my are. then i got connected with Louis who would be able to help me with schooling. if i get disconnected the number is 203-424-0335. Louis came on and started with all the schools in my area. then he then told me hold on to speak to a school. I ask for his contact number, he stuttered and said 855- something, something, something. i said i cant hear you he said did you get it. i said no, repeat please. he then said 855-431-4642. then he put me on to a lady name Sarah. I just didn't entertained it anymore. i knew it was a scam.

- Anonymous
Florida

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[Reply]   September 29, 2017

Caller type: Unknown

sarah she was an idiot would take no for an answer. Missed a very important call because would not take not for an answer. RUDE very unprofessional.

- Deborah L. Grady
Michigan

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[Reply]   August 29, 2017

Caller name: My Caller Id Didnt Register Anything But The Number

Caller type: Telemarketer

They focused on wanting to further my education. Spoke to three different people. They had a script and kept on it. Had to finally be abrupt to get off the phone.

- Anonymous
Virginia

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[Reply]   July 7, 2017

Caller name: Daniel

Caller type: Telemarketer

He was calling me and asked me if I was USA citizen and now I'm worried he has information that he can use. The call was about me applying at jobs and that he could help me.

- Anonymous
Maryland

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[Reply]   June 6, 2017

Caller name: 5615034689

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster


- Linda neri
Florida

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[Reply]   August 10, 2016

Caller name: E-Degree or Degree Advisor

Caller type: Unknown

They call up to 4 times a day from different phone numbers. When I ask to be removed from their call list, they hang up on me before I'm done speaking. Finally I asked for the company name and phone number and was given Degree Advisor 203-424-0335.

- Anonymous

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[Reply]   February 1, 2016

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