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About (402) 220-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1995.While 4022201100 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (402) 220-1100 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for (402) 220-1100
Caller name: walgreens refill reminder
got a call from this number in nebraska, with a recording saying walgreens refill reminder for said my first and last name and to call them back within 24hrs at 800 289 1179. I called my local walgreens and asked them which they said they see nothing about a refill needing filled, nor did i ask to be reminded. also they said their main company is out of Illinois not nebraska and adviced not to call back. they thought it was odd.
Call received on my mobile phone but when I said hello line went dead. I checked the number on this site and found this stream of complaints about it. I have now blocked the number but would prefer that something could be done to stop these people operating in the first place!
Comment from 2012 says that Walgreen's is aware there is a "glitch" in their system and they are working to correct it / keep it from calling people at random.
It's 2016 - the glitch still exists. I get calls from this number repeatedly - same issues as people noted above: no one on the other end, no messages, and multiple calls in a single day.
I have gotten calls from this number several times. One time I answered, and it was a robot saying it was from Walgreens. It told me that I had a prescription ready, and there was a message from the pharmacist. I was told to press certain numbers (press 1 for English, etc.) to receive the message, so I did, but then it asked for my date of birth - That can be used for ID theft, so I hung up. I then went to my Walgreens account online to see check, and there was no prescription ready. I called my local Walgreens, and was told that it was a scam. Walgreens is out of Illinois, not Nebraska.
One red flag I should have noticed before pressing any numbers was that it addressed me by my nickname - I only use my legal name for anything medical, including my prescriptions.
Caller name: Walgreens Pharmacy
I don't mind them calling to remind me of prescriptions. But they call 2-5 times a day, never leave a message except for my first name. When I do pick up I get hung up on immediately. Pretty sure they have a class action against them for this as I got a letter in the mail claiming this. You'd think they'd fix their system if they're getting sued for it being broken.
Caller name: none, just numbér shows
These b******s call and dont leave a message. I read that in 2012 they were having technical problems. This is 2015...3 years and they have not fixed it? WTF, I'm now in a class action with a major bank due to the same stuff. FU whomever is doing this!!!!!
Caller name: No Name Given
The caller id indicates that it is from Omaha NE. This is the 2nd time today they have called. It is very annoying if it is important they should leave a message and I would call them back. I am so tired of all of these kinds of calls. We get 8 or 10 a day. My husband has health problems and I am currently in Chemo treatment we have enough calls that I have to deal with from hospitals and doctors. Surely something can be done about the calls if our elected officials would actually work for the people who elected them instead of thinking only of themselves.
Caller name: Omaha, NE (Walgreens)
Rec'd a call from this number today. Research indicated it to be a reminder service to refill prescriptions (Walgreens). I called my local pharmacy and it is a valid number and service. They asked if I wanted removed from that service, I said yes. We'll see.....
Caller name: Walgreens Refill Reminder
Fairly certain this is a legitimate service and not a scam. I didn't answer, and they left me a message asking me to call them back at a 1-800 number. I do have a prescription to be refilled, my call back was a very standard refill, the automated service that answered knew the name of the prescription I take, and gave me a day and time to pick it up (at the walgreens that I normally go to.)They ask for DOB to ensure your identity. Not sure how scam artists would get my name, phone number, medication name, and also somehow know that I need to refill it right now!
Caller name: Walgreensa
I got two callsl from this number; fist with no voice mail but I got a message the second call. I called my local walgreens and they had no idea why they were trying to contact me. I don't have any scripts to b filled and I have none that I fill on a regular basis. Weird tho cuz the voice mail message referred to me by my full and correct name. I blocked the number from Omaha Nebraska.
Caller name: Walgreens
When I was checking the voicemails on my phone, I have noticed that Walgreens had called me in regards to a refill on prescriptions.
As for the voicemail itself, all that it said that was "Walgreens" and "prescriptions " I think that it is a scam.
This number called and left a message say it was from walgreens and in regards to a prescription I needed refilled and to call them back within 24 hours. I called my local walgreens. They checked my persciptions and there was nothing wrong or needed. I told the the reason I was calling and they said to ignore it and never call them back or give any info to them. Always call your walgreens you use. Just wanted to share the info.
Caller name: Walgreens
Call back 1-800-289-1179 within 24 hours?
Why call back an unknown number in a different state? Why give your birth date to an unknown number? Why the urgency to call back within 24 hours? Why the sudden initiation of a refill warning service I never requested?
At best, it seems an awkward and intrusive implementation of a new, gee-whiz service. At worst, connecting phone numbers with birth dates has the potential to connect both to name and address (reverse lookup) ... danger of identity theft.
Sounds incautious to return call.
If this is Walgreens, as it claims to be, the local folks don't know about it. They advise not to answer.
FYI, never give information such as your date of birth to anyone you don't know. Anyone who knows your date of birth can find out a great deal about you.
Caller name: did not say
listened to voicemail several times and it sounded like a man's voice and sounded as if he said kill. Did not sound like he was saying refill...either way I do not appreciate or want another call from this number - it was unsettling and spooky - has called twice today already and if it is a robo call from walgreens they certainly need to fix it and pronto!!!!!!
I have gotten a call from this number a few times. It finally left a voicemail and it is an automated message from Walgreens pharmacy, however it is from Omaha Nebraska, and I live in Illinois. Have never been to Nebraska....?
Caller name: Walgreen's
Recorded message, which stated it was Walgreen's, stated a name for a resident. Then requested that the number for the resident be entered followed by # key. OK, why would they need you to enter the number they just called and asked for a person? I contacted Walgreen's Customer Service, they told me this is not one of their numbers. Secondly, we don't even use Walgreen's, so why would they be calling, claiming the resident had a refill?
Caller name: Omaha, NE
This # called me for the first time on a Saturday around 11 in the morning and left a "voice message" that was nothing but a few seconds of static. The number called again the next day (on a Sunday) at 3:20pm and this time the message was a recording that stated it was the Walgreens Pharmacy who had a script ready for my daughter. We live near St. Louis and do not have pending prescriptions -especially not in another state! I'll report the call to Walgreens, I suppose.
Caller name: Walgreens Pharmacy
OK, so this number calls you and says it is Walgreen's Pharmacy, enter your birth date to confirm your ID... You know you haven't been to the doctor and you notice that is an Omaha Number and you live in a different city and state, using your own local Walgreen's. So you call Walgreen's 1-800Walgreens corporate number. They advise they have never heard of any of their pharmacies asking for a date of birth, they will have to investigate. They take your name and number, promise a follow up etc. Then you call your local Walgreen's and explain what has happened. They tell you that is not right, they have never heard of it. Walgreen's or not? All these people are convinced it is..when Walgreen's themselves say it is questionable? Did they outsource their reminder service to a less than desirable company that has questionable practices? Because Walgreen's Corporate office knows nothing about this number. Take it for what it is worth but never give you birth date to some automated service.
i got really scarred. i picked up. but i hanged up right away because im too scarred. i didnt hear the message im scared
This is prescription refill reminder service at Walgreens. Wish they'd leave a message so all the confusion would end.
Caller name: unknow
left no message, but reading the other comments if it is Walgreens they have a big problem. I don't use Walgreens and another person commented they received a call for a script refill but it wasn't for them. I'm glad I use CVS and NOT WALGREENS
Caller name: None seen or given
Received this call twice today on my cell phone. Did not answer first time. Decided to answer second time; no response when I answered. Then I got a voicemail. The recorded message was from a Walgreens in Omaha Nebraska regarding a refill for person by the name of "Lisa Butcher". I received these same type calls last year (2015) from Wilmington DE: CVS Pharmacy and Walgreens with same messages for "Lisa Butcher". I don't live in or near Wilmington DE or Omaha NE. I don't know a "Lisa Butcher". Wish we could stop these ridiculous calls. I also wonder if this is a real person who is a "drug seeker" using multiple pharmacies. Or maybe just a scammer.
Caller name: Walgreens Employee
I have gotten a few of these calls. Not recognizing the number I never answered. I Googled it, got all four numbers attached, and called all 4. Two are Duane Reade owned by Walgreens, and two are Walgreens. I know that if you get a reminder for a script, it comes from your local store with whom you do the business. Yes it is a recording, but only leaves a generic message that a script is ready. You do not give birth date or anything - EVER. I am definitely going to talk to our pharm mgr and maybe the pharm supervisor. This is too annoying and must stop!!!
Caller name: Walgreens refill reminder
This is Walgreen's prescription refill reminder number. As other's here have mentioned, this number causes a lot of confusion. Since area code 402 is unknown to me and thus suspect as "this is probably a scam/spam" number, it's annoying. It's OK if Walgreens does this, but they should tell you about this phone number in some manner so you know what it is when it shows up on your phone. With that said, perhaps this number should have an, press 9 or something for "opt out".
Caller name: Walgreens Prescriptions
Each day I have rec'vd calls from this # in Omaha asking me to call them re: my prescription. THEN asking for date of birth etc. I have reported these same calls before, BUT STILL RECEIVE THEM.
My Pharmacy in Alameda tell me that it is a scam. Please, how do I stop these annoying calls?
supposedly prescription reminder call from Walgreen's. I called Walgreen's stating that I did not request this service and do not want this service. The CSR told me that there was nothing she could do about it and then offered to sell me a time share in the Bahamas.
Caller name: walgreens?
I too have received repeated calls from this number, and just now another one in texas, both are walgreens numbers but I do not use walgreens, and of course I don't use walgreens in either nebraska or texas as I live nowhere near them.
Caller name: Walgreens
I get this call, and they are leaving a name for another person. I have never used Walgreens so its weird they would have my number. One thing I find odd is that the name mentioned in the recording is a name I have heard before. Once years ago I received debt collection calls from Santander (bad credit car loan company) because I owed them money, and after some time the calls switched and they were asking for someone else, initials MH. I just ignored them. Now, that same name, initials MH, is the one mentioned in this message from "Walgreens". I'm actually wondering if this isn't some weird attempt to spoof identify and collect a debt.