510-699-9231- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 510-699-9231 is located in Oakland, California.
Its exchange 699 is managed by DIGITCOM SERVICES, INC..
The number is currently on switch number OKLDCA0349T.
Around 33% of people reported it as "Telemarketer".
You are the 33th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 59 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Didn't give name, no name"
Calls almost daily - leaves message when we're not home. Identifies as "Credit Card Services" - makes a statement to the effect that there isn't anything wrong with our credit cards, or similar.
When we request to speak with a supervisor they hang up.
Have repeatedly gotten calls from Credit Card Services, they keep switching numbers so even if you block one, you will get a call from their new number. If you ask to be taken off of their list or to speak to a supervisor they just hang up on you.
Credit Card "services" type calls. Refuses to stop calling or remove our number from their lists. They have been also reported to the National and our state do-not-call-lists (aka DNL). Have petitioned Calif and also the FCC to order their phone line disconnected for repeated, long-term refusals and violations of DNL.
Got this call at 11:26 am EDT. I said, "hello", then "Goodbye" and hung up. If I don't get a reply immediately, I figure it is a computer and hang up. Then I confirm that it is a scam or telemarketer by googling the number. It usually takes me to this site or a similar complaint site. I never call the number back, so they don't know if they got a hit. If they call again in a few days, I ignore the call and let go to the answering machine. Of course they never leave a message. Their loss...my gain.
Same as everyone else--they hide behind their anonymity. If you have to use trickery and aggravation to sell your product you will never get my business or that of any right thinking person--do not let yourself be taken advantage of by unsrupulous businesses.
Call is from "Card Services" - who seem to have countless phone numbers they pretend to call from.
I once again took one for the team, trying to keep them on the line as long as possible - costs them money, best thing we can do.
I drew the line at lying to get qualified and waste the time of the person they transfer you to - though I have bluffed my way to them previously, until they get tired of questions and hang up. Today, it was just me asking 'the message said my eligibility ends soon, why does it end and when?'
That kept him talking a few minutes - it expires tomorrow, 'but I've been getting calls for months, and it expires tomorrow each time?'
Finally he asked the one qualifying question, 'do you have $3,500 in credit card owed', and I said no.
That got him to give a short message about some nonsense about their 'limiting interest to 10%' and that ended the call.
It's too bad we can't more effectively get these massive abuses of telemarketing investigated and closed.