626-386-3321

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Caller ID for (626) 386-3321:

Pomona, CA

(626) 386-**** Phone Numbers

Landline
Near Alhambra, California
Issued by Mpower Communications Corp - Ca

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2000.

While 6263863321 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (626) 386-3321 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

User Complaints for (626) 386-3321

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Email

She called asking for a big Avon order from me telling me she was a makeup artist and will be traveling in my area to do a photo shoot and she would pay me upfront and pick up the products when she got into town. I was a bit concerned about doing a large order like this and researched some and found out it looks to be a scam

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   July 11, 2016

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Email

This person email me through the Avon site stating that she would like to order Avon. She told me what she wanted to order. I ordered it and then the check came in. Which included her traveling expenses. I needed to cash the check and send back the rest to her assistant secretary. All was good so I thought until the check bounced and now I am out of a lot of money.. I will be contacting the fraud unit through the bank, since I did cash the check, and sent the rest to her.... Yes, I was played.... I hope that this doesn't happen to anyone else.

- Avon Representatives
California

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[Reply]   June 24, 2016

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This same number (626) 386-3321 was referred to me through my Avon website as a potential client needing supplies. The email was similar to all those that I've already seen on here, the scammer diligently listed specific items that were in current or future campaigns. I didn't catch on to it until I received the email where they mentioned the additional funds by 'mistake', and the urgent need for a wire transfer. After that, I did a little bit of research with the phone number (posted above) associated with the name (Melanie Calloway), and saw the staggering amount of reviews and unfortunate victims falling to the scam. I'm taking the time to write this email as others did, to help prevent others from suffering what I almost did.

- Avon representative
New Jersey

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[Reply]   July 22, 2016

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Melanie Calloway contacted me about ordering make up for her photo shoot and she sent me a check for $1,907 which was way over the $230 she had to pay for her order. Then she texted me saying that I needed to send the extra money to Margaret Ballard in Duarte, CA. This is a total scam. They ask you to send this money through Walmart to Walmart knowing that Walmart has no security. If you have been dumb enough to send money to her always add a secret question and answer to it. She won't be able to pick it up without answering it.

- Jasmine B
Texas

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[Reply]   January 18, 2017

Caller name: 405-240-9655

Caller type: Email

Same as above...received a email wanting to order makeup thru Avon she was doing a photo shoot in my area. She had said she was from LA and starting a new modeling company and would be in my area the last 2 weeks of Nov. I had emailed her to order online from my store. Her response was they only do paper deals as in a cashiers check so that she would send a cashiers check. My response I said before thinking maybe this isn't right that she would have to send me the check before I ordered. My last email was a message saying Busted your name is all over the Internet. Of course no response. Be aware she asks for your phone no & address. Don't give anyone that info unless they have concrete proof who they are.

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   November 8, 2016

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Email

Received an email that she was requesting a contact about an order she wished to place. I always Google those before replying. I found this page with info.

- Anonymous
Illinois

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[Reply]   October 30, 2016

Caller name: 4052409655

Caller type: Email

I also received an email from "Melanie Calloway" saying she was a make-up artist and listed a huge Avon order. Also mentioned that she couldn't order directly from my online store as I had previously asked her to do. Thank God I had that gut feeling and checked this out. Sent her an email back that I had been informed this was a scam and if she really wanted the products she'd order them online.

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   August 8, 2016

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

this person contacted me through my avon site and said she was an up and coming modeling agency and they would be coming to my area in august and sent me a list of products to order asking for the total. i felt it was a scam so i asked my husband and he checked into and found this site, this person has now been reported to my local police department.

- Sara
Texas

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[Reply]   July 24, 2016
In response to:

Same as above wanting to buy makeup...

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Email

Same as everyone... I'm a Mary Lay consultant and she emailed me as well. Her grammar and punctuation is what keyed me in to a possible fraud. Then I decided to look up her email and phone number. Both are valid, but she is tied to a ton of fraud cases. Really makes me mad. I kinda want to pretend I placed her order and take her fake check to the police. Too bad they probably can't do much.

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   April 19, 2017

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Email

I received an email from this person saying that she wanted to place a large cosmetics order for an upcoming Paramount Pictures movie shoot in my town (without being able to name the town where I am). Like the other reports, she offered to send me a cashier's check for the order. My gut said something was off, so I google searched the name and found this page.

- Sarah
Colorado

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[Reply]   February 26, 2017

Caller type: Unknown

I also received a text, although from a different number (513-800-1305) from Wendy Reeves wanting to buy makeup. I responded with an email, but asked my lead consultant about it. I will not be ordering her any product nor will I respond back to her.

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   December 20, 2014

Caller name: Wendy Reeves

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This person contacted me via text message saying she wanted to order makeup, and I sent her the total via email and then she sent me an email saying the payment had been sent but that the amount they sent was wrong and if I could please send the extra to some person in Australia. FRAUD ALERT.

- Anonymous
Florida

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[Reply]   December 12, 2014

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This person sent me an email stating she would like to purchase some Mary Kay products.
Long story short, you give her the total of the items, her "director" accidentally sends you too much, you cash it and send the rest to her. The check bounces and you face charges.
Luckily, I caught on before I lost any money. But please be aware!

- Anonymous
Alabama

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[Reply]   September 13, 2017

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I received an email stating that she was a makeup artist that would be in my area from Hollywood the working on a movie shoot and needed Mary Kay products. She requested specific items and informed me that she would have ordered them from my page but her director was paying for them and would send a check. Since this sounded very fishy to me, I googled the name and found the info shared above.

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   September 7, 2017

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I received an email from her stating she was make up artist and needed to place an order. What raised my suspicion is when she said her supervisor had included a larger amount of money in th check and need me to cash it and make a money gram to sent it to Margaret Ballard in Duarte California. This seemed wierd because what "professional" does that? I researched further, found this and then emailed her saying i cannot help her any further.

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   August 20, 2017

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Using email: mel.calloway32@gmail.com

Also using the story that she is coming into town for a movie and needs a large Mary Kay order which will be paid by money order.

I had a gut feeling to look her up and found this list of scams.

Using a new cell phone: (234) 284-2727

- Mary Kay, Houston, TX
New York

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[Reply]   August 15, 2017
In response to: Sarah

I received an email from this person saying that she wanted to place a large cosmetics order for an upcoming Paramount Pictures movie shoot in my town (without being able to name the town where I am). Like the other reports, she offered to send me a cashier's check for the order. My gut said something was off, so I google searched the name and found this page.

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Mary Kay order - same as other orders

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   July 13, 2017

Caller name: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I received an email through my Mary Kay website from someone claiming to be "Melanie Calloway". The order was a big picture and the story sounded too good to be true. She said she just scored a job with Paramount Pictures and was coming to my area soon. I googled the name and this is what poppped up. Be careful!

- Heather
North Carolina

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[Reply]   June 19, 2017

Caller name: Caller: Melanie Calloway

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I received an email through my Mary Kay web page from a woman named Melanie Calloway from California who claims to be a free lance make-up artist coming to town for a movie shoot with Paramount Pictutes. she is claiming she is unable to otder on-line because the art director wants to pay for the make-up, but she will pick it up when she gets to town. Beware of scams.

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   May 23, 2017

Caller name: Alyssa

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Poses on OKC as being in GA, but has CA IP address and phone number. Gives excuse of having to go to CA. Writing is poor quality English.

- OKC
Georgia

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[Reply]   June 20, 2015

Caller name: Audrey

Caller type: Unknown

Same as above wanting to buy makeup...

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   March 19, 2015

Caller name: Wendy Reeves

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This person contacted me via text message saying she wanted to order makeup, and I sent her the total via email and then she sent me an email saying the payment had been sent but that the amount they sent was wrong and if I could please send the extra to some person in Australia. FRAUD ALERT. I reported it to my local police department and threw the check away when I received it.

- Aubrey
Arizona

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[Reply]   December 11, 2014

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