360-861-6939

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(360) 861-**** Phone Numbers

Landlines
Near Mccleary, WA
Issued by United States Cellular Corp. - Washington

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2002.

While 3608616939 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (360) 861-6939 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

Around 42% of people reported it as "Telemarketer". You are the 12th person to search for it here. The number has a total of 7 complaints filed against it. The latest complaint reported the number as that of "unknown Telemarketer SCAMMER, Process CC Dep".

User Complaints for 360-861-6939

Our business is receiving calls from this number, and all our numbers are on the do not call registry. Irritating . . . .

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply] August 20, 2013

Disconnects when answered.

- Uben
North Carolina

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[Reply] August 23, 2013

Caller name: ???????

360-861-6939 keeps calling my phone

- Kim
United States

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[Reply] September 18, 2013

Caller name: Process CC Dept

keeps phoning - disconnects when answers

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply] September 26, 2013

Caller name: Refused to provide their name

This person is continually harassing the staff at my cafe.

- M & M's Cafe
Florida

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[Reply] October 2, 2013

Caller name: Process CC Dep

Process CC Dep is what showed up on my caller ID. I was asked if I needed any financial assistance. The caller was taken back when I promptly told him my house, cars, and all adult toys I own are paid for, I have never had a credit card balance and I suggested he too should consider becoming totally debt free. All he could say was a polite thank you and good-bye.

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply] October 8, 2013

Caller name: unknown Telemarketer SCAMMER

Robo call recorded 19 September 2013 from (360) 861-6939
Caller ID: Process CC Dep

This was a really slick call. The caller kept repeating "is that ok?" after asking me questions and I thought it was a scammer who wanted to record me saying "yes" so they could alter the recording of the call and make it appear that I agreed with them for whatever they're trying to pass off on me, but after a while, I realized I was talking to a robot! The robot is queued to advance in the call based on the respondent saying key words, as directed by the robot's questions.

I tried to keep silent until I was afraid they'd disconnect, then I'd say 'hello?' to hold them in the conversation.

I was trying to play with "Robert Green", thinking he was a real person, but finally they disconnected the call.

Here is a transcript of our "conversation":

<me> Hello?
<they> This is Robert from customer care service. How are you today?

<me> Just fine.
<they> The reason for the call is that we're offering relief for unsecured debt. Would you be interested in some financial assistance?

<me> Uh, what sort of unsecured debt?
<they> To be clear, when we say 'unsecured debt', we mean credit card payments, personal loans, and collection accounts. Let me ask you a couple of questions. Is that ok?

<me> Uh, how did you get my number?
<they> Well, I don't, I'm not in charge of the marketing, I don't know where we get the information from. What I do know is that we can save you a tremendous amount of money on your credit card debt. How much debt do you have now?

<me> Oh, loads, don't even ask.
<they> Do you have $8,000 or more in credit card debt?

<me> Ah, easily, yes.
<they> Hey, it looks like you qualify. Well, hold on a minute while I get a consultant on the line, ok? Is that ok? <pause> Are you there?

<me> Hello? I'm here.
<they> Is that ok? Great, I'm gonna transer you to a specialist, you're gonna be on a brief hold, so don't hang up. Is that ok?

<me> Hello? Hello?
<they> Yeah. Yes. Are you there?

<me> Hello? Hello?
<they> Yes. He'll be with us shortly. Is that ok?

<me> What did you say your name was?
<they> Robert Green. <pause> We need this information to continue. Is that ok?

<me> Robert Green?
<they> Yes. Is your credit card debt $8,000 or more?

<me> Uh, easily.
<they> Ok, that wasn't clear. Can you, can you say that again?

<me> Yeah, I'm seeing some very interesting things about you on the Internet. Looking up your phone number.
<they> Do you have $8,000 or more in credit card debt?

<me> Oh, easily.

<they disconnected the call here>

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- John of Lower Merion
New Jersey

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[Reply] February 23, 2014

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