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About (754) 816-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2009.While 7548167495 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (754) 816-7495 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 754-816-7495
Caller name: Didn't give one
Soliciting for some type of education assistance. This number keeps calling me and asking for an unknown name. Today when I told them I already stated this person is not here and to stop calling, the caller had the audacity to start asking ME if I planned ot go back to school, or anyone else in my home. Ugh!
I am a Senior in highschool and maybe starting 2 weeks ago, I continue to receive calls about 4 times a day. However I have not answered the phone at all so I know not of whom they are or what they want because I don't normally answer numbers I don't recognize? I would like for them to stop its quite annoying honestly!!
Multiple calls daily for over a month. I have requested to be put on the do not call list but keep getting calls. The callers are rude and claim they received requests for furthering education although none has been requested.
They have called me 7 times in the past 12 hours, they were just mumbling so I blocked and they won't stop, I'm about to the point where im just going to scream into my phone as loud as I can when they call to get them to stop...is there ANY way to get rid of these people.I get calls from people all over America every day with the same mumbling calls about 5 times every day.
When I opt out of one number they use a new one. Has something to do with furthering your education. Have called me from four different numbers so far with this being the latest. What a scam.....Especially since I am on the opt out list.
Caller name: No name provided
Some foreign person who I could not understand asked about higher education. When I asked them to stop calling me, he hollered something that I could not understand except "f====ing" came through loud and clear, and the a-hole hung up on me.