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About (619) 819-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2000.While 6198197073 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (619) 819-7073 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 619-819-7073
call everyday at least three times. one lady said they were calling for donations for some police agency that I never knew existed. folks this is a scam...
If we fail to vote or vote for the same clowns this will never end.
Caller name: Who knows
They called wanting money for the police department. I wanted to know what department. He named one I never heard if. Told him sorry I already give. Take me off the list.
The next day same person called me with some other kinda scam.
I answered the phone LAPD department can I help you. The man hung up the phone right away. Just to call the next day. I did the samething.
Never got another call after I answered saying LAPD department may I help you.
Try it..helped me.
This number called twice. Didn't leave a message the first time. Second time I picked up and nobody said anything. This seems to be happening more and more from many diferent numbers. Hopefully it will die down a bit after elections!? FCC doing a great job addressing DO NOT CALL list infringements(ha ha). Another waste of tax payers money. No help here
Caller name: Sacramento CA
Received many calls from this number, mostly in the evenings. I didn't pick up. One short message was left staging "Hello", "Hello", "Have a Nice Day" with a man's voice.
Very annoying to have the phone ringing so many times!!!
I found out It is called INNOVATIVE CALLING. . They call for charities to get money from you. If you see a call from a 619 area code, report iT to your phone company. Charities are exempt from opt out programs, but they can't opt out from the FCC. IF YOUR PHONE COMPANY CAN'T HELP YOU, GO DIRECTLY TO THE FCC YOURSELF
Caller name: unknown...received from San Diego
asked for homeowner by name, but this is an unlisted number. told them party does not live here, asked questions like...are you the new resident? told them no, just a friend. they said they would call back. so in one instance they want the original homeowner or person at this phone, then they decide to cal back later for the next person. Typical sales call. time to block on my phone.
Caller name: sacramento ca
The caller Id shows name as sacramento CA, but call managed from san Diego exchange 819 by pantech communations. The call is on switch # sndgca02x06x.
I do not know this number, or have never done any business with, so it is a violation of nocall laws.
Caller name: Innovative Teleservices on behalf of Childhood Leukemia Foundation
Live fundraising solicitation call w/blocked Caller ID (x*x) yyy-zzzz recorded 07 April 2014 ("Laura of Innovative Teleservices" professional fundraiser for Childhood Leukemia Foundation)
Caller ID: completely blank
Note: called December 29 & 31, 2013 also from a totally blocked Caller ID
Live fundraising call from "Innovative Teleservices on behalf of Childhood Leukemia Foundation" using completely blocked phone numbers.
I never contribute to "professional fundraisers" because they rarely give more than 10% of collections to the charity and I wouldn't support this charity because of their conscious reliance on such an inefficient collection method.
Following is a transcript of this fundraising solicitation call:
[they] Hi, John?
[they] Well, my information might be wrong. My name is Laura and I'm calling you today on behalf of the Childhood Leukemia Foundation in Brick, New Jersey. This year the Foundation is delivering gift baskets to sick children that are in cancer treament centers and these baskets have some really great things like toys and games, there's pajamas and even a $75 gift card inside. What we're trying to do is help lift their spirits as they go through their cancer treetment. I'm with Innovative a professional fundraiser and we have not mailed out anything to you yet. We want to make sure we can count on your support for a tax deductible donation. Most are helping with our Gold sponsor at $35 and Silver sponsor at $25. Can the children count on you for one of those?
[me] Uh, this is for children with leukemia you say?
[they] Yep, yep and we're, we're raising money for the gift baskets that I mentioned and also in addition to that the Foundation provides human hair wigs for the children who lose their hair during chemotherapy treatments.
[me] Uh, yes, I think I can contribute to that.
[they] Ok, would you like to do the Gold for $35? Or the Silver for $25?
[me] Uh, I'll, I'll go the Gold.
[they] I'm sorry, didn't hear you?
[they] The Gold for 35? Well that's very generous, now can I get your first name?
[me] My first name is Jason.
[they] And Jason your last name?
[ I provide her a fake name and address courtesy of FakeNameGenerator.com ]
[they] Excellent. Well first I want to thank you very much for your very generous pledge of $35, next I'm going to transfer you to our Records department. What they do is confirm the pledge. They're also gonna go over your address one more time, make sure I didn't do anything wrong and they're the ones who get the information together and mail it out to you and they uh they'll let you know what to look for in the mail, ok?
[me] Aw right.
[they] Please stay on the line sir, they'll pick right up.
[me] Awright. [you can hear me taking a deep breath]
[Records dept] Thank you for holding, are you comfortable with the 35?
[me] Yes I am.
[Records dept] (she verifies my address, asks if there's any "apartment or post office"?) Ok, um, you'll get it [pledge card] in about three days that's just when we ask you to send it back, ok?
[me] O h k a y .
[Records dept] All right, thank you so much, you have a nice evening.
[me] Ok, thank you, good night.
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