Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2007.While 6158105960 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (615) 810-5960 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Caller type: Unknown
I recieved a text from this number just now saying "look [my name here]... http://twentyoneupsidedown.com"
Of course I'm wondering "who the #&!@ is this?? and why the #&!@ so early??". Anyways, google the number, nothing. Google the website, still nothing. Then google the website with the word 'scam' after it, shows quite a few results with people in the same situation as me. For whatever it's worth, I still haven't been to that website and probably won't be. I suggest whoever is reading this to do the same as I did and just delete the text message that you got. After all, you never know what kinda tracking systems could be installed in the background and what not. Anyways, good luck.
this person txt my son who now thinks he has won a prize. why cant i find any information out abaut this.
Caller type: Text/SMS
Just received text for my mom (?) on my cell at 6:30 am with same info as above. Won't go to site either. Aaarrrggghhh!