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About (602) 753-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2010.While 6027535621 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (602) 753-5621 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 602-753-5621
Caller name: LifeGivingMoments
Female caller calls at about 8:10 central time;
she says she is conducting a survey, asks if there are children in the house;
"Wouldn't you like to control what your kids and grandkids watch?" she asks;
I reply: "I already do, that's called being a parent,"
She replies "Okay then," and hangs up.
Pretty darn rude. And creepy.
Caller name: Liffe Giving Moments
Life Giving Moments called me early this morning out of a sound sleep. I answered her 4 question survey. She told me to press #9, which I did. She said that authorized them with a phone signature from me. OMG!!! What did I do? I asked if this was costing me anything & she said no but when they called back they hoped I would make a purchase to help these kids with TV & the computers. Where do I get help if they scammed me. I'm very upset about this & what they have done to me.
Caller name: Life giving moments
Received a phone call at 9:30 a.m. from this number from a woman asking for my husband. When I said that he was not here, she said that she would call latter. I then told her that he is deceased, which he is, and she rudely said goodbye and hung up.
Caller name: Amanda
I could tell after I first answered it was an automated message, as it kept starting over.It was Amanda from Life Giving Moments, with a 4 question survey on children & grandchildren, & do parents have a right to control their TV viewing habits.I said no to the first question, & then it asked for a man's name, George, I think. I told her there was no George here.The littlest noise or answer from me would retrigger the questions;she would start over, & over the course of the 9 minute call, she asked for about 10 different guys, some were Rick, Russ, Steven,Adam, & some others I didn't get written down. telling the automated voice there was no such person didn't stop the call..i started fearing if I said yes I would be agreeing to some stuff I didn't want, so kept saying no to everything, then said yes occasionally to see what would happen. She wanted me to push 9 as an electronic signature on the survey, but I didn't. Who knows what that would've signed me up for. They said Stepping Stones would call me if I said yes, but I didn't.I kept playing along with the call just to see what happened.I hope I didn't agree to anything I'm going to regret.
Caller name: Lifegiving Women
Woman called at 9am, asked for me by my correct first name. I asked who was calling. She did not answer. I repeated the question and she asked "Is Amy there" and "Is Jeff there" in quick succession (I live alone, so this was odd!), barging through my question. When I told her to take my name off her list, she continued talking belligerently, saying she represents "Lifegiving Women." I hung up. Obnoxious.
Called my house number at 8:49 AM but did not leave a message! I looked up number on caller id and called back and spoke to a customer service rep who advised me that they were taking a survey and they were not subject to the "no call" laws. They advised me that they will take me off their calling list. Only time will tell.
Welcome to my list of organizations I will make sure i nor friends NEVER donate to.
Your campaign is backfiring. By calling at all hours, playing a recording that takes over the phone -- preventing other outgoing calls for 3 minutes + -- you are abusing the lines and causing danger to me and my family. Abducting the dial tone is dangerous.
Reporting to ALL federal and local agencies - social media and more.
Get a reputable campaign to be a true organization of good. You should not need to stoop so low.
Caller name: "Amanda"
Most obnoxious solicitation call ever. Launched into spiel and ignored my attempts to interrupt. I finally shouted 'excuse me' and told her to take us off their call list. I then complained to the FCC via their telemarketer form. Looking at the long line of people complaining about this organization makes me wonder if the FCC will do anything about their harassment.
Caller name: ?
did not answer....calls every couple of days/weeks. Calls for a few days then takes a break and starts to call again. This is my mother's phone and she is deceased. There is a message stating her passing and to leave a message if you need to be contacted by someone. Her number was on the do not call list and due to the amount of spam calls I received on her line I re-enrolled her number. I wish there was a do not mail list as well because no matter how many times I email or write to inform of her passing they keep sending mail. I would think a charity or catalog company would stop sending mail that goes straight into the trash because it is a waste of their money.
Caller name: Life giving moments
They called and asked for my husband, I said he wasn't home and asked to take a message. She said she could talk to me and asked if I would answer a 4 question survey. When I asked her to explain who she was and who she was affiliated with she claimed "she was having a hard time hearing me" and "would have a manager call back" I tried to talk to her some more and she hung up. I called the number back and was given the option to be taken off their call list. I pushed 1 to be taken off the list an was told it could take up the 30 days to be taken off their list. Bulls*it!
Caller name: SCAMMER
I am on a DO NOT CALL LIST. Which means? Do not call [unsolicited sales, scams, surveys, donations, you have a hang nail, whatever].
Annoying woman asked for me by name.
WTF. Get rid of these bs callers.