802-488-3051- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 802-488-3051 is located in Burlington, Vermont.
Its exchange 488 is managed by TELCOVE OF VERMONT, INC. - VT.
The number is currently on switch number WRJTVTGARS1.
Around 55% of people reported it as "Telemarketer".
You are the 22th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 18 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Data Guru, Amy"
They call to say its not a sales call reporting that crime is up in our area. I have pressed "2" to be removed from the call list for the past 6 months and am still receiving calls. The number they are calling is my cell phone also. I have also talked to a representative to have my number removed but they hang up on me.
I started getting these alarm system companies calls (from several different numbers) about 6 months ago....2~3~4~5 times a day As retired older gentleman, I am somewhat of a JOKESTER, (and on the DO NOT CALL list) I now answer the phone, follow their prompts to speak to someone and after they greet me I say...... "State of Georgia information, How may I help you....." They immediately hang up... Since starting this spiel, I haven't gotten a second call from the same number yet and they are slowing to about 1 call every couple of weeks now
214-452-1496 Alliance Home Security Systems
802-488-3051 Answer “Don’t hang up You have been selected to receive a free Home Secutity System. Press 1 for more information and press 2 to be put on our do not call list. I get this call at least once per month despite pressing 2 each time. So this time I pressed 1 and a girl asked if I wanted info on the free security system. I said yes, like how much the monthly fee would be. She said let me see if I “they” can get that information for you. I heard a few clicks then I was disconnected.
About 5 minutes later a guy from Alliance Home Security Called me back. He said, something like So are you interested in our promotion William? I said what promotion. He said didn’t you just talk to someone about a free home security system. I said yes, I was wondering how much the monthly fee would be. He said let me load your information and that should come up in a few seconds. He asked several more questions like how many outside doors in my house. I said I just want to know the monthly fee. He said, We’ll say you have 3 doors and he continued his speech about how bad crime is and that homes are broken into every second. He also mentioned a service for old people (over 65 hee hee) who might need to wear a monitor in case they fall.
He finally said the installation fee would be $200 but they would waive that and it would only be $39.95 a month monitoring fee. I said I’m not interested and what I really want to know is why you keep calling me when I’m on the “do not call list”? He said that’s not us, that’s another company. We buy list’s of names from them (which took all of 5 minutes for him to get my number from the “other company”).
He kept talking and making excuses and I said, “you keep calling me even I’m on the do not call list and I keep pressing 2 for you to put me on your do not call list, yet you keep calling me. He was still trying to talk when I said I’m not interested at tall, you keep wasting my time so I thought I’d waste some of yours.
Aug. 14th about 4:00 PM
A female called and said she was with the FBI and that our home was subject to breaking into and that with a particular security system that had direct contact to the FBI office they would know immediately what was happening and could stop the break in. It could be installed tomorrow free of charge and we would only have to pay the monthly monitoring fee. When asked about the fee she said it was nominal for the protection it would provide.
I happen to know the FBI does not answer calls for break-ins. That is done by the local police department or sheriffs office. When she was advised we are on a "do not call" list she said the FBI has access to all phones whether or not we are on the list and they will call at anytime.
We receive these calls about 2-3 times each week and I usually just hang up on them. What else can we do?
This phone is located in Burlington, Vt. It should be disconnected or disabled somehow....If I could only figure out how to do it.
This robocall comes from a company called Guru2 - I believe they are in Tampa FL. Their website is data-guru.net.
The manager (owner?) is named Jay. They called me about a home security system.
Jay can be reached at 561-400-0867. If you call him, he will be HAPPY to personally remove your number from their do not call list.
PS you may also want to file a complaint with the fcc at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints
Recording said it was a call from Hercules Security Systems and I should press '1' for more information or '9' to be removed from their list. Pressing '9' never accomplishes that, so I pressed '1' and when some guy came on, I answered his questions (do you own? do you have security system? etc.) Finally, I just told him we have only one crime problem and he and his callers were it: calling someone on a do-not-call list. In fact, we had renewed our status on do-not-call and our phones have been ringing ever since -- mostly from credit card balance calls and, yes, security systems.
I have been getting so many calls about wanting to put a sign in my yard due to high crimes in my area and I could possibly get a free security system. The automated call gives you the opportunity to opt out of receiving further calls. I have done it so many times and they still seem to get around it. I am on a no call list and it's against the law with the FTC for these robo-calls. They have been banned since 2009 and I have filed a complaint with the National Do Not Call List and they will investigate. I managed to get ahold of a real person and in the middle of my conversation, they hung up on me. I have call block, but it doesn't allow me to block this number since it's private. I'm sick of these people calling me. They need to stop.
This number called my house with text message answer. The first time i saw this number was on my ex daughternlaw house and her house was robbed two days later. The day after she was robbed the same phone call came in. I beleve there is a connection here and i believe it belongs to a collection that i'm not inliberty of saying.
I advised anyone when this nu,ber call your house asl yourself are you in debt? If yes then this number is from a debt collector.
After recorded announcement you are given a choice. 1. talk to rep 2. number removed from call list. pressing 1 Amy said "Security Service. Are you interested in one of our systems?" I replied "Where is your main office?" She said "Were anywhere you want us to be." I said "No. Where is your physical corporate office?" She replied "I'll have one of our agents speak to you on that, please hold" She didn't place me on hold, she hung up.
Deliberate bypass of DoNotCall policy. Possibly a scam. Knew I was onto her so she didn't get as far as a credit card number. Never give it out over the phone.
RE: "A female called and said she was with the FBI and that our home was subject to breaking into and that with a particular security system that had direct contact to the FBI office they would know immediately what was happening and could stop the break in."
REPORT THIS CALL TO THE FBI. It is a criminal offense to falsely represent oneself as a law enforcement officer, including a Federal one.
I caught up to Data Guru via Alliance Home Protection. I pretended interest in the solicitation, and Alliance Home Protection called me back from a traceable number. I told AHP what was going on, and they told me they got my number from Data Guru.
I then reported Data Guru to the FTC for a Do Not Call violation and an illegal robocall, and have also contacted an attorney about suing for the prescribed civil penalty.