614-360-9213- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 614-360-9213 is located in Columbus, Ohio.
Its exchange 360 is managed by LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS, LLC -.
The number is currently on switch number CLMDOHZIDS0.
Around 26% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 22th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 52 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Unidentified, 677-53..text. And #~ (614) 360-9213 Columbus, OH"
This is a super false fake number posing as verizion to steal your money. I have argued with about 20 representatives, and they always sound so stupid. Keep following the directions to get ahold of a representative and make them look like fools its pretty fun.........BUT ALSO ANNOYING. they have called me over 100 times, and will not leave me alone and I don't know what to do. I am think about going to Columbus and finding these people and personally ask them to leave me alone...THIS IS NOT VERIZON, Verizon doesn't hang up on you when you call them out. Report this number to the authoritys they must be stopped.
This number just called my mother about 15 minutes ago posing as Verizon Wireless. They Stated to her that she owed a total amount of $ 440.00 and that she needed to pay right away and that she would need to have a checking account or debit card in order to extend the due date, they also could not give her a breakdown of why her bill was so high since she has only have the phone for 35 day. My mother's plan for 2 cell phones is just a little over $100,and normally if you have an in sanely high phone bill ANY PHONE company woould be more then happy to go over your entire bill so that you can have a better understanding of the charges...
This lady is on Facebook in Columbus Ohio. Maybe if we all start harrassing her on FB she wil stop harrassing us! I keep getting the same call. I finally put it on my blocked caller's list but they still leave VM messages.
She's about to get an earful on FB from me and tell her to quit calling me!
This is nuts!
It's Verizon wireless calling to tell me they are shutting my cell phone down because once again - THEY have failed to auto draft the payment to my credit card. Even though I have set this up THREE times and spent HOURS AND HOURS on the phone with them. I know I'm not doing it wrong because THEY walked me through it the last two times and told me it was set up and good to go. But no... and when I log in online it says my payments are set up to auto draft. Oh, and they also charge me a $5 late fee EVERY TIME THEY FAIL to draft the payment. Nice, huh?
I received a call from 614-360-9213 warning me of changes to my VZW account within the next 24 hours, and asking me to call 800-249-2462.
Instead I called 611 from my cell phone and asked to be transferred to the VZW fraud dept. The VZW fraud dept. states NEITHER of the aforementioned phone numbers belong to VZW, that these calls are NOT from VZW, NOR from a third-party acting upon VZWs behalf.
I asked again if this was a third-party hired by VZW making these calls, to which VZW emphatically states this is NOT the case. Given these calls seem to have some legitimacy IN THEIR TIMING ONLY does not mean they are legitimate calls from VZW. It seems to me the VZW billing system has been compromised and these scammers are contacting those who fall a little behind on their bill -- thus giving their scam an air of legitimacy and encouraging people to entrust additional information without basis.
This scam seems to be ongoing for several years and seems to continue unfettered. As I discussed with VZW fraud dept., I am filing a report with the local police dept. and the FBI office.
614-360-9213 actually is from Verizon. The call seemed suspicious to me. They called me with an automated system and when I got through to a live human, she didn't know why I had been called. Afterward, I called Verizon through *611 to check out this number. The customer service rep was not able to confirm that number was from Verizon, but she found notes from their financial office that had just been entered a few minutes before I called her. The only explanation is that it actually was their financial office that called me.