Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2001.While 5635186423 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (563) 518-6423 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Caller name: Beveryly Ryan
Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster
On April 17th, 2015 I received an email from Beverly Ryan. She announced herself as the Director of Quality Control and Employee Compliance of Henning Enterprises Europe. I went online and verified that there is actually a company called Henning Enterprises. She stated that she was contacting me in regards to my resume. I responded to her that I was a single unemployed parent and interested in any position that would get me work. She wanted me to meet her on Google Hangups which I did. She explained what the job entailed and everything she said I was qualified to do. She then said that I needed to make a payment to the vendor for my equipment from my own bank account. That made me nervous. She told me to go an open an account and then her company would make a deposit into that account. I was then to pay a separate vendor for the purchase of the equipment that I would need. I went to my bank and explained what she wanted me to do. The bank pretty much said that it sounded like a scam. She said that I needed to go to a second bank with the same plan. The second bank said the same thing that my bank had said. I had several friends who also voiced their concern. I told her at that point that I was no longer interested. She for lack of a better word hounded me. She kept contacting me asking me why I was ignoring her all of the time or why I wasn't being nice to her. I stopped answering her emails and I thought that was the end of it. A few weeks later she popped up and said that she had a solution to the problem with the bank. She said that she would pay off my credit card and I would then use the money to buy my equipment. I to this day do not know why I agreed. I think it is because I was desperate since I only had the income from a part time job supporting us. So I did as I was asked. I took the money out of my credit card and sent it to the vendor. A few days later I received notice from my credit card company that the payment had bounced. I am now indebted to the credit card company for a total of $2,000. I contacted Beverly and asked her about it. She said that she had been out of town and had no idea what was going on but that she would pay me back. She pleaded with me to not be mad at her. When I did not hear back from her I contacted her once again and received no reply. I sent one final email to her and told her that yes I was mad at her but also that I felt sorry for her since she was obviously so desperate for money that she has to rip off a single parent with very little income. It makes me wonder what Henning Enterprises would think if they knew how their name was being used.
Caller name: Mrs Beverly Ryan
Caller type: Text/SMS
I also received the text but the first one started out by saying just "hello" so I said hello, who is this? And immediately looked up the area code which apparently was Iowa. She then sent the generic message but didn't know my name. The site she sent was also just "www.henning.ro" I then noticed she had also emailed me the same message via kijiji where I had just put my resume up a day before (without my name but with email and phone number) I said please don't contact me, we don't live in the same country. She answered saying "This is strictly an online and work from home job the working hours are flexible and you can chose to work from anywhere of your choice." I basically said I asked you to stop contacting me and I have no interest in this job as it isn't even one I was looking for, and I find it deceiving that your first text said "hey" " so she said "it said hello" at that point the convo was trivial so I just blocked her number, but it seems there is actually a person speaking through the messages... Just don't answer.
Caller name: Hennig Enterprises
Caller type: Text/SMS
Got a text from this number that read as follows:
"Good Day (insert my name here), i hope you are doing great! I am Mrs Beverly Ryan, i am the Director of Quality Control and Employee Compliance of (Hennig Enterprises Europe), I am contacting you in regards of your post, Let me know once you get this...
Whoever sent this knew my full name, which was creepy. They probably lifted it from an old resume of mine that's floating around the web. Anyway, if you actually go to the website, there's just a message saying the owner's account had been suspended, presumably for non-payment. I think it fronts as a medical supplier, but texts like these are obviously a scam to get more personal info from you under the pretense of a job offer. Blocked the number, didn't call or text back.