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Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1998.While 7602308767 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (760) 230-8767 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for (760) 230-8767
They call me multiple times a day (as many as 5) EVERY day, whether I pick up the phone or ignore it. It's very annoying! I tried to call them back but it said no one was available to take the call. I am on the Do Not Call registry and have no idea why they keep calling me. I have never listened to the message long enough to select to be removed from their list, but I will now. This is ridiculous!
I got the same call with the same recording and pressed the number that would indicate I had an interest in their product. When a man spoke, I asked for the name of his company. He said Safe Line. I told him I planned to file a complaint with the FCC since I'm on the Natl. Do Not Call list. He said he would remove my number. After filing the complaint, I got an e-mail from the company Senior Safe Line saying they are a small start-up in Canada is do not do robo-calls. The number on their website is not the one that called me. I called back the violating caller but received the message that his number was unavailable. So this has to be someone preying on senior citizens.
Caller name: Senior Services (Fake)
Received a call from 760-230-8767 and heard a pre-recorded message for Senior Alert Systems followed by an offer to PRESS 1 for more information. I did a Goggle Search of the phone number and found so many complaints that I decided to hunt down the Service Provider for that phone number. It is ported out through Cox California Telecom: Customer Service/Billing – North (760) 599-6060 Mon-Fri 8am - 8pm / Sat 8am - 5pm, Se Habra Española. I called them and I had to press several numbers to go through a maze of different services (mainly pressing 3) but I got to a live person in Customer Service who agreed to place the offending caller on an investigation. The Representative of Cox California Telecom also stated that they hope other people who have received these solicitation calls to please report them to COX so that action can be taken to (and I quote) “Take Them Down”. So if you are getting calls and they do NOT stop, look up who is providing the telephone service for that number that is calling you and try complaining to the Service Provider. It may be worth your effort.
Caller name: William
William identified himself as being with "Safeline Industries," and the recorded spiel was for an automated senior citizen alert system. I reminded him of the NDNC, he said they would take my name off their list.
Caller name: Safeline
I actually know exactly who you're talking about. I listed my name as Anonymous Worker, because yes. I had worked with them in the past, for only a week or so. If you ask why you're getting a call from us, we're supposed to tell you that you have opted in somewhere to receive special offers. Whatever.
Anyway I wanted to post here because I hope someone does take these folks down. They're rather rude to their employees, and they even scam those who WORK for them. When you get hired, the day you start your training, they only then tell you that you'll have to pay for them to license you as a telemarketer, and that if you get terminated, they're not required to pay you for the extra money you've made them. They ARE preying on senior citizens, and I hope that those getting calls speak to their service provider(s). TAKE THEM OUT!
Caller name: AdsPlus
I just received my first call from these criminals. Report these calls to your state's Attorney General's office (they should have a web page with a link to a form to fill out) and you *will* get action taken against these morons. I have reported these types of calls MANY times in the past and have testified in court against them. I did learn that you must answer the phone in order to file a complaint and have action taken against them. The last thing I ever want to do is answer the phone so that they will know they have found a "good" number. I'm wondering if having to press a number is how they are getting around the do-not-call list...as if you are wanting to receive the call. That has been the tactic of the recent illegal calls I have been getting lately. Whatever you do, FILE A COMPLAINT with your state and with the federal DNC regulators.
I reported this ph# to Cox Telecommunications Company as they are the service provider along with filing a complaint online with the FCC. I receive a few calls very week from these people. I have 'opted out' by pressing the assigned keypad# only to continue to get these calls. I am on the National Do Not Call List as well. This time I decided to speak to an agent, 'David' he said they were with Lifeline, an actual reputable company (who I called to advise these people were using their name). When I asked to speak to a supervisor, I was connected to 'Susan' who asked "is David being a d**k again?" wow! I said excuse me?? so she repeated her professional question along with sharing that they were with Senior Medical Benefits and that they "help the elderly get laid since they have trouble with that on their own." I believe that Cox, now having at least two complaints should take action. I sincerely hope that noone is falling prey to ID Theft here!
Caller name: Senior Alert
Tel # 760 230 8767 Encinitas, California. Trying to sell "alert systems" to seniors.
We are on the Nat'l Do Not Call List, which seems to make no difference to them. Please get these people off out backs!
I receive numerous calls a week from: 760-230-8767. They try to get personal information to which I replied: If you know me, you would know the answer. Get off my phone, remove my number from your call list-----I am also on the NDNC list which is certainly not doing a good job. I asked phone company to BLOCK number. Hope thisworks. Good Luck All.
Do Not Call Registry is a joke. How many companies have you actually heard of that are fined or cited for making unsolicited calls???
Can you say "zero".
These companies that hang up are paid for a successful connection. So whether you or your answering machine takes the call... they still get paid.
This will take a class action lawsuit against the FCC to get any traction towards resolve.
Caller name: Safeline/Senior Medical Benefits
(I know I already made a post here but I wanted to go ahead and include some more updated information, in case it might help people out. Sorry if tl;dr)
I can't say anything for calls from other locations, because I don't work there. But I *did* previously work at their office in Florida. For a very short time, since they apparently also have no qualms about attempting to scam their own employees. Whatever.
If you ask about their calls, they'll usually attempt to avoid giving you their location. However, there's the occasional person that will mention that their office is in Orlando. This isn't completely true. Its *near* Orlando, in a city called Casselberry. The office itself is a completely unmarked building with darkened windows, located behind a building called Ticor Title. If you weren't previously told that it was located there, you would honestly never figure it out on your own. We are never told of a callback number to give the people who ask. I don't even know it, as a previous employee, if there is one. However... via asking around with fellow employees, I did come up with one number. I'm not even sure its legitimate, as I haven't wanted to call myself. Didn't want to risk opening MYSELF up to this.
That number is 407-892-4470. Their office is on highway 436 in Casselberry. The street number of the building escapes me, but I looked up the Ticor Title street address. That is: 493 State Road 436, Casselberry, FL. The building is literally right behind them in a Google Maps search. Hope that helps, for anyone planning on taking action.
(Some extra info I've been digging up as I go. Posted this to the other pages/sites as well, figured I should just ad it as one whole post. Note that thanks to someone else, its become apparent that the above phone number I listed is not attached to the company at all, but to a contractor in St. Cloud, FL. Go figure, eh?)
Guess I'll add in some other helpful information. I happened to go and Google Maps search the Ticor Title office whilst posting this information to every other complaint site I could find. :) Here's the address for anyone interested: 493 State Road 436, Casselberry, FL
If you do a search, it'll come up. As previously stated, the call center's office is literally right behind Ticor Title. Ticor's building is kinda L-shaped. The offending office is sorta S-shaped.
Google won't put you directly on top of the Ticor Title building in a search, but if you zoom in, its easy enough to find the two I'm talking about. Its located between a blue-roofed building (Destination Debt Solutions) and a small light gray-roofed building (a restaurant called Cypriana).
I posted originally a few pages back with some information about this company, but I wanted to ahead and add this in as well for everyone. While it might not be the exact number/office harassing people, I figured taking out at least one of 'em is better than nothing, right?
Something they could stand to learn: don't cross the employee that frequents the internet. You'll probably regret it.
called me today. did not leave a message on my cell. when I called back it says the voicemail is full after ringing just once. obviously, its been rigged that way. I'm on the do not call list. what is the meaning of this? how can I complain about this?