720-452-5598- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 720-452-5598 is located in Denver, Colorado.
Around 44% of people reported it as "Telemarketer".
You are the 33th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 88 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "SeniorCW, SeniorCW"
Live caller, also identified as "Senior Identity Check." Senior CW per CID. Asked if I was over 60, and I said "yes." She then went on about their being able to protect my identity for "free." I just needed to give her my name and address and they'd send me the complete information on their program. She had interrrupted me while working on the computer, and I wasn't in the mood to play games with her. I just said this was not for me, and hung up.
Received a call from this number today at 10:35 am. I did not answer. I've received several calls from this place over the past week. No msg ever left, just goes to a dial tone after a few seconds. This only comes to my landline never my cell phone.
Got call from this same telemarketer 11/5. I told her I was working (true) and didn't have time to chat. She asked what was a good time to call back. I therefore told her I'd heard from her before and wasn't interested in their product/service. She then asked if she could send me a brochure. I again said I wasn't interested, and hung up.
Now it clicks what Senior CW stands for.
Annoying, annoying people. I've gotten five calls on my landline in the past four days and they continue to call even after telling them I wasn't interested. Three calls today from what sounded like an older woman who couldn't get the words out - stuttering and faltering - and wouldn't listen to me tell her I wasn't interested. She called three times within ten minutes, obviously not realizing she had already called. I hung up and won't answer these calls again.
Had calls before from them. Want to "give" me senior medical alert junk. Not interested is what I told them before. (I had answered the phone by mistake since I was expecting a call from a 800 number) I did not answer this time and let it go to my voice mail. no msg left.
I picked up on the first ring. I heard silence. I briskly said "Hello," three spaced times, before getting a response. The voice on the other end said he was "Brant," and sounding distinctly "live," next asked "how I was," today, and even waited as I slowly and grudgingly responded, "okay--, I guess," (my hint of disinterest, fwiw). That was when "Brant" brashly began the "pitch," which I swiftly cut-into with the question, "Who are you?" Guess how he answered "that:" By saying "Great.!," as-though I would "back-mistake," "my own question" demanding who, not "how," "he," was. As soon as I "started correcting" his snub and asking whether the call were "a recording," he hung up. This was either an exceptionally brash and rude "live" call, or it's a semi "intelligent" interactive recorded software that selectively pauses to "listen-to-responses," to "simulate" a "live" call. At least until "it" "suspects" that the target has "questioned" who or what it is, whereupon it gets rude even for a machine.
Part of the new rules on the national Do Not Call list state: "Telemarketers must ensure that predictive dialers abandon no more than three percent of all calls placed and answered by a person. A call will be considered "abandoned" if it is not transferred to a live sales agent within two seconds of the recipient's greeting. As a result, you are less likely to run to answer the phone only to find silence or the "click" of the calling party disconnecting the line."
Obviously, just like the National Do Not Call list, these rules aren't being obeyed either!