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About (206) 333-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1999.While 2063330505 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (206) 333-0505 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 206-333-0505
I've gotten these calls on and off for months now. Today alone they did something different. They would ring twice, hang up. Then call back immediately after. Rinse, repeat. This was done about 3-7 times in succession. Starting to piss me off.
Getting calls multiple times a week. Never leaves voicemail. If i am unlucky enough to "blind" answer my phone I hear a sale pitch for what sounds like a get rich quick scam. I've opted out several times but it is clear this too is a scam. I have reregistered with the national do not call list but it seams once they have your number your doomed!
Called me four times in a row. I am at work with clients. I am on the do not call list and they keep calling. I have already called that number back in the past and put myself on a do not call me live with them but they keep ignoring it.
FILE COMPLIANTS ON 206-333-0505----I have a couple of ways to deal with these parasites. First, I let the phone ring three full times before I pick up. I pick up and don't say anything for 2-3 seconds. If it is a computer autodialer, 80-90% of the time the computer will hang up thinking it has gotten a voice mail or answering machine. After 2-3 seconds, I say our company name, but don't give out my name. That way they don't automatically have a name if they call back and get someone else. If I still get a person and they insist, I tell them my name is "Richard Smith"(it's not). It is none of their business what my real name is, they are telescammers who are breaking the law. If they persist in calling over and over again, I tell them that my boss is available, and then I use a sports air horn right next to the phone. What are they going to do, sue me? "Your Honor, I was illegally telescamming and they deafened me!" Good luck with THAT argument. The judge might give me a medal. Reporting these "people"(I use that term loosely) to the Do Not Call Registry is futile, they are usually spoofing their phone number anyway. If you have the time, have some fun with them. See how long they will stay on hold or still be on the line if you put the phone down. Take your cordless into the bathroom and have an extended "deposit" at the Porcelain Bank, complete with very loud fake sound effects. Tell them you ARE the boss and listen to their sales pitch, never saying yes to anything, but always saying that you will look at your numbers and see what you can do. Some scammers will record any affirmative answer you give and then splice it into a call and bill you for whatever they are selling, using that as evidence of an order. Waste as much of their time as you can, because that keeps them from scamming other people, and it can be a really fun stress reliever! Anything that we can do to make this less profitable for these ticks on the butt of humanity is a plus. Feel free to pass this on or add to it with your fun ways of taking back your phone lines. If these idiots would get a real job, the world would be a better place for all of us.
This was a robo-call with a recording that started as soon as I picked up the phone. I have no idea what they were trying to scam me on, because I hit the pound key to make it stop and hung up. Some of these recordings will keep going even if you hang up, causing your actual customers calling to get a busy signal and possibly costing you money if you don't have multiple lines. I listed this as a prank call because "scam call" or "telescammer" were not available choices.