412-430-5524- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 412-430-5524 is located in Unavailable, Unavailable.
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Latest people reported the number as that of "Larry, ?412-430-5662"
I rechecked this annoying call from 412-430-5524 Number shows up as R2J2 Company. Pre-recorded Robocall stating: "We are are calling on behalf of a Women's Patient Advocacy Group and are trying to reach women who were harmed by Yaz, Yasmine, & other birth control/hormone therapies. If you or someone you know or love has taken Yaz, Yasmine or any other type of birth control or hormone therapies, press 1 right now to talk to a representative. Press 1. Press 1 right now. Press 1 to speak with a representative right now. Press 1 now. Or Press 9 to no longer receive these calls." Clearly illegal calls. Robocall? Check. Pre-recorded message? Check. Unsolicited calls? Check. Unsolicited calls to a business? Check. Contacting the FCC and filing a formal complaint immediately against this company and their number. This sounds like a legal telemarketing call!
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PLEASE NOTE THE BUSINESS NAME...
R2J2 Company... C O M P A N Y.
They don't have a website... so when you google or bing... whatever search engine you use to look up R2J2... note their are several business with R2J2 in their name; please complain and report the correct business to FTC.
Take note what other R2J2 business do and take note of the harassing ...robo calling is offering or whatever they are doing and it doesn't match up with legitimate businesses with R2J2 in their name..
Calls and hangs up 2x in a row. I find it calls back with a 412 area code often but with a completely different area code.
If you are an iphone 5 user or Samsung galaxy s3 or s4 user there's an option to put it on the reject list.
Hope this helps.
Jan 27, 2014 @ 17:00 MST
Received a call from an automated voice: "Hi, I'm Larry. How are you today?"
It repeated that message three times before hanging up.
Sounds like a new twist on those vacation marketing scams. I'm sure after answering a couple of questions, you'll get through to a live operator in a call centre somewhere. Normally I like to see how long I can play these calls out, but didn't have the time right now.