307-461-1715

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(307) 461-**** Phone Numbers

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Near Sheridan, Wyoming
Issued by Level 3 Communications, Llc - Wy

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2002.

While 3074611715 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (307) 461-1715 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

User Complaints for (307) 461-1715

Caller type: Text/SMS


- deena
Missouri

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[Reply]   June 2, 2012
In response to: MonotoneRobotVoice

I received a call from "Windows" telling me that my computer was ok to use but it was running low on resources. As a person who builds and owns multiple PCs, I know a thing or two about how computers work. I asked them what type of computer I have. He answered "our records show that you have a windows machine". Aside from the number being "0000000000", these were just two more red flags. A: "Windows" is not a company, it's an operating system made by the Microsoft company. B: "Windows" isn't a machine, and any professional company who is able to track the level of resources that my computer is using would know not to refer to a computer brand as a "Windows machine". I asked "and what do you think my name is again?" They hung up.

30 seconds later I got a call again from the same number. This time is was somebody else with an accent telling me that they were calling from the US Government because I'd been randomly selected to receive a $9000 government grant. As a US citizen, I know that nothing is random when it comes to the US Government, and also, the Government doesn't reach out and voluntarily give money away without some sort of initial action/request on the recipient's part.

I waited a few seconds in silence until just before he was about to ask if I was still there. Then in a low, monotone voice I repeated over and over and over "Please remove this number from your records"...over and over. The guy on the other end started trying to talk over me, but I just kept going. "You are a scam, you will be reported to the FBI" (empty threats, mostly said it to give variety). This literally went on for about 2 minutes straight with no stops. Paused for a split second every now and then to take a breath. Eventually I ended the call.

He immediately called back. I sent him to voicemail. He immediately called back again. This time I answered in an Indian accent, "HELLO!"

Silence for a moment, and then I heard him say quietly "F*** you."

"OHHHH HO HO!!! Really! OH RRRRRRRREAAAAAAAALLLLLY! OH REALLY!" (heavily rolling my R's) "OH RRRRREAAAA[ended my call mid-"really").

My phone rang yet again from the same number, but I sent it to voicemail. They didn't call again, but once I got to work (this was all in the car over sync) I saw that they were calling me via my Google voice number. I put them on my block list, but as the number isn't necessarily available, we'll see if blocking them works. Otherwise, I'll continue to be completely ridiculous when they call. I may even start hitting "record" in the google voice settings when they call. We'll see how they like it when the Google voice lady informs them that the call is being recorded. If they don't care, then it'll be fun messing with them.

I don't mess with normal telemarketers like this. When legit telemarketers call I'm usually really polite. Their job sucks, but at least they're legit about it. When these scammers call, the gloves are off. Use it as an opportunity to vent your frustration in whatever way you feel comfortable. My way is to just be ridiculous and say the stupidest things ever. You could also only respond in the form of a question...that's a fun one. Questions could be random or specific to what they're asking. Gain something from your time that they're wasting. They called you...they're trying to scam you...you have no obligation to save them any time or show them any respect.

Caller type: Text/SMS

I received this text message on May, 5, 2012, at 5:59 P.M. that I had won $1,000.00 from best buy, drawing, on a text message, all I had to do is to go to http://bestbuywon.com., to claim my gift card!

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   May 9, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

Your entry has won $1000 Best buy card winning code 5555 ??? Reading others sounds like it is just a different number? messsage sent on no call number. I guess that means nothing.

- Anonymous
Florida

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[Reply]   May 8, 2012

Caller name: Best buy won

Caller type: Unknown

Phishing or virus, definitely a scam

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   May 8, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

your entry last month won 1000 atbest buy.


I have not shopped at best buy this year.

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   May 8, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

I got this notice about winning a $1000.00 best buy gift card for winning last month and my code was 5555. I was elated and thought, lap top here we come and then I proceeded to act on this and found like everybody else that I will have to work and save up to purchase my laptop and even though it gave me a few seconds of elatedness set in Then the thought of, "if it seems to good to be true, it probably is not true." prevailed. Add me to the scam number.

- Anonymous
Missouri

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[Reply]   May 7, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

I did not enter any survey so I wondered why I got this text..and how the heck did anyone getmy cell no.??? This is fraud and should be stopped.

- Anonymous
West Virginia

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[Reply]   May 7, 2012

Caller name: Anonymuos

Caller type: Text/SMS

I never entered a contest to receive a Best Buy Card.

Received a text on May 6 10:20 PM "Your entry last month has won! Goto http://bestbuywon.com/ and enter your winning code: 5555 to claim your Free $1000 BestBuy Gift Card.

- Linette Sindoni
United States

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[Reply]   May 7, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

Got a text stating that I won $1000 at Best Buy. Never entered a contest.

- Anonymous
Iowa

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[Reply]   May 7, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

They are full of s**t! Why and how do they get your number? Is there any kind of charges we can sue them for false advertising?

- Ronnie gatlin
Texas

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Email

They are full of s**t.. why and how do they that?

- Ronnie gatlin
Texas

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

I goy a text at 7:20pm today saying my last month entry won a best buy 1,000 gift card and go to bedtbuywon.com enter code 5555 its a scam people.

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller name: Bigger Bidder's

Caller type: Text/SMS

It's a phishing scam for info and in order to "get" the $1000 card you have to buy into other services from other companies and products. It is not free. Straight up scam and a lie!

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

you have won a $1000 gift card goto www://httpbestbuywon.com to claim enter code 5555 to claim

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

I have winning code; 5555. how do I cliam $1,000 gift card?

- Terry
United States

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

Claimed that i had won a $1000 best buy card.

- Anonymous
Illinois

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller name: best buy

Caller type: Text/SMS

got a $1000 winner message from Best Buy, code 5555 this morning.
Tried the url that was referenced for collecting the winnings, and it's not a good url. (bestbuywon.com)

why do these f*****s try do this?! what's they're pleasure or gain?

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller name: bestbuywon

Caller type: Text/SMS

got this text best buy is not running a contest checked ot out first too good to be true so it is bulls**t

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012
In response to: MonotoneRobotVoice

I received a call from "Windows" telling me that my computer was ok to use but it was running low on resources. As a person who builds and owns multiple PCs, I know a thing or two about how computers work. I asked them what type of computer I have. He answered "our records show that you have a windows machine". Aside from the number being "0000000000", these were just two more red flags. A: "Windows" is not a company, it's an operating system made by the Microsoft company. B: "Windows" isn't a machine, and any professional company who is able to track the level of resources that my computer is using would know not to refer to a computer brand as a "Windows machine". I asked "and what do you think my name is again?" They hung up.

30 seconds later I got a call again from the same number. This time is was somebody else with an accent telling me that they were calling from the US Government because I'd been randomly selected to receive a $9000 government grant. As a US citizen, I know that nothing is random when it comes to the US Government, and also, the Government doesn't reach out and voluntarily give money away without some sort of initial action/request on the recipient's part.

I waited a few seconds in silence until just before he was about to ask if I was still there. Then in a low, monotone voice I repeated over and over and over "Please remove this number from your records"...over and over. The guy on the other end started trying to talk over me, but I just kept going. "You are a scam, you will be reported to the FBI" (empty threats, mostly said it to give variety). This literally went on for about 2 minutes straight with no stops. Paused for a split second every now and then to take a breath. Eventually I ended the call.

He immediately called back. I sent him to voicemail. He immediately called back again. This time I answered in an Indian accent, "HELLO!"

Silence for a moment, and then I heard him say quietly "F*** you."

"OHHHH HO HO!!! Really! OH RRRRRRRREAAAAAAAALLLLLY! OH REALLY!" (heavily rolling my R's) "OH RRRRREAAAA[ended my call mid-"really").

My phone rang yet again from the same number, but I sent it to voicemail. They didn't call again, but once I got to work (this was all in the car over sync) I saw that they were calling me via my Google voice number. I put them on my block list, but as the number isn't necessarily available, we'll see if blocking them works. Otherwise, I'll continue to be completely ridiculous when they call. I may even start hitting "record" in the google voice settings when they call. We'll see how they like it when the Google voice lady informs them that the call is being recorded. If they don't care, then it'll be fun messing with them.

I don't mess with normal telemarketers like this. When legit telemarketers call I'm usually really polite. Their job sucks, but at least they're legit about it. When these scammers call, the gloves are off. Use it as an opportunity to vent your frustration in whatever way you feel comfortable. My way is to just be ridiculous and say the stupidest things ever. You could also only respond in the form of a question...that's a fun one. Questions could be random or specific to what they're asking. Gain something from your time that they're wasting. They called you...they're trying to scam you...you have no obligation to save them any time or show them any respect.

Caller type: Email

win or not

- easterly
Florida

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

just won a $1000 gift card from Best Buy

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

said i won 1000 dollar gift card at best buy its a scam!!!!

- mark
North Carolina

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller name: Bestbuywon.com

Caller type: Text/SMS

you just won a $1000 bedtbuy gift card - yeah right must be a Hoax came at 4:30 AM on Sunday morning

- Anonymous
West Virginia

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

they need to be put in jail!

- Gregory Barnes
Kentucky

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[Reply]   May 6, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

this is a scam this should be against the law

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   May 5, 2012

Caller type: Text/SMS

Your entry has won $1000 Best buy card winning code 5555 ??? Reading others sounds like it is just a different number? messsage sent on no call number. I guess that means nothing. It came @ 7:30 on Saturday evening a little odd.

- Anonymous
West Virginia

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[Reply]   May 5, 2012

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