Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1999.While 4012237321 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (401) 223-7321 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Rang several times, but cut off when the answer phone was on. Google reveals this is a common problem with this number and it is related to phishing.
Caller name: anthoney
Caller type: Telemarketer
Very demanding call but don't want to leave info
Caller type: Unknown
This number calls at least once a week. He always asks for my partner, by first name only. Since he's a service man and doesn't work in the office, I say that. The caller ALWAYS hangs up without saying anything. I don't even get time to ask for a message or let him know when he'll return.
My partner retired, so a couple of weeks ago, I told him he no longer works here. The guy (I think) said thanks and hung up. Was that the end? Noooooooooo
Called again last week, so I told him Ken retired and he just hung up. For heaven's sake, if the person they ask for is no longer here, why don't they quit? Or, at least ask for the new boss? I saw the number on my call display AGAIN yesterday when I returned from the bank.