412-532-0136- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 412-532-0136 is located in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania.
Its exchange 532 is managed by LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS, LLC -.
The number is currently on switch number PITEPADTDS0.
Around 42% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 35th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 26 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Service Department, service dept."
Starts with a scare tactic using the FBI's name. I have repeatedly asked to be removed by actually talking with someone and every time they hang up on me. They have added an option to be removed, which obviously doesn't work. I get 3-4 calls daily from different numbers including this one. THEY NEED TO BE STOPPED! I WOULD NEVER CONSIDER BUYING ANYTHING FROM THESE PHONE TERRORISTS.
This company calls and leaves at least 4 - 5 messages PER DAY, DAY AFTER DAY! You can press 1 to be placed on the do not call list. I have pressed 1 many times and they still keeping calling!!!!! STOP CALLING!!!!!!!!!!! This is complete harrasment!!
I saw this post on another site and it works;
I found a do not call service for a small number of companies that consumers. The phone number 412-532-0136 is on their list that they provide this service for. Either send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 307-223-0458 and give them the caller's phone number so they can confirm it's on their list and your phone number so they can have it removed from the caller's list to stop those phone calls.
Received this same annoying message before about the FBI reporting a record number of break-ins. Tried calling back before, only to receive a message to get on their opt out list. A lot of good that did. Apparently they aren't expecting anyone to call back for the service since that is the only message on there. I'm tired of being harassed. What's the point of the Do Not Call list anyway?
Hangs up when answering machine kicks in. Displays "Service Department" on caller id. I checked the area code, saw that it was Pennsylvania, so I knew it was some type scam/telemarketer call. They also called my parents' house, but left a message about FBI reporting break-ins in our area. Somebody needs to stop these idiots and others like them. Thankfully, I just purchased some new Panasonic cordless phones that have a "call block" feature on the phone. Works great, but I'm worried I'm going to quickly reach the maximum number capacity for blocked calls.
Pushed 9 to be added to their do not call list, but I believe I've done this before. Checked out the advice listed previously to email email@example.com. but that domain is not registered to an organization.
You can file a complaint at https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx.
Never answer a call from a number you don't recognize on caller ID. Let them leave a message. If it sounds legit, call THEM back. If not, ignore it. Pressing '9' to get on their do not call list only alerts them to the fact that there is someone on the other end they can torment until they achieve their goal. If you speak to a live person, DO NOT answer ANY of their questions. Scam artists do this to gather personal information that they can use to open credit cards, get loans, and worse. For example, let's say the scammer already possesses your name, address and SS number through nefarious digital means. He only lacks your birth date to start a spending spree on your dime. He calls you using a fake caller ID number and identification that looks legit. He gets you in a sales conversation, which you reject. He then asks you for your birth date to see if you win a prize. You give it to him. After all, what's the harm? You are now toast in the credit rating department. Done be fooled! Hang up!
Number first calls with automated message that they are giving me my last courtesy call about my credit card - so I held. Person comes on (poor English) explaining that they can help me reduce my interest rates on my credit cards if I have more than $3000 in credit. I said "wait. You called me and said it was my credit card company. If so -you'd already know how much credit I have. Where are you calling from?" and the person hung up.
TOTAL scam. Hang up on these calls!
When they call ... Give Them A Little Bathroom Humor ... When you press the answer button .. do not say a darn word .. just lift the toilet seat and pour a thin stream of water into the bowl with the phone placed near enough for the caller to hear you doing-a-potty and then flush it. I get a Giggle every time, because they assume the correct response from me...Piss on Them.