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About (253) 246-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2003.While 2532468500 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (253) 246-8500 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 253-246-8500
Caller name: Unknown Name
Called with a recorded message on lowering interest rates. When I pressed the numberr to speak to person, I clicked out. On calling the number back, I found it was a disconnected number. Likely it is a fraudster usng VOIP [voice over internet protocol] trying to get credit card numbers and personal info.
Caller name: Customer Service
This Robocall keeps calling me and offers to lower my credit card rate. I do not have a credit card. I am on the Do Not Call List and have written everyone I could but no one does anything to stop these b******s.
Guess it is time to sent some poison pen letters to these scumbags.
Caller name: Unknown name
Called and did not say anything then hung up- i put my call blocker on so they will leave me alone. (Dial *60 then #01# if you already have the call blocker on) Dial *60 and go thru the menu to turn your blocker service on
Caller name: ?
Got the first of what I know will not be the last of these calls. I've tried a few recommendations (including *60, which produces a busy signal). Looks like letting all calls go to VM is the only way to avoid being subjected to these pinheads.
Caller name: ? No longer answer these calls
All these creeps use a SPOOF numbers, not there real number!
We are wasting out time posting on this forum!!!!!!!! Nothing will happen just like listing your number on the Do-Not-Call list, N-O-T-H-I-N-G happens!!! Who knows what their real number is as they are usually calling from a fake (SPOOF) number.... I get calls all the time from new numbers as the old ones I block on my phone. Just hang up or when the want your credit card number tell then to hold on while you get it, sure. My view... How to file with the FTC.... http://www.fcc.gov/complaints
Here is how they do it, Just Google search "How to SPOOF a caller I.D. number"
How is this legal???? Go to this link, you may have to copy and paste: http://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/FTC-cracks-down-on-robocall_scams-1282.php
Caller name: Anonymous
These people constantly call my house under many different pretenses, We have asked them to stop calling and yet they continue at all hours. They never leave a message and if you actually answer they sit and listen