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Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2007.While 8325312399 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (832) 531-2399 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for (832) 531-2399
I got this message on my cellphone which is a Droid 3. It said there are 10 weekly Android winners and get this, my offer is for a PrePaid MasterCard worth $10,000. Yes, ten thousand dollars. These people never stop. I just feel sorry for the people who get sucked in.
Caller name: 832-531-4188
Congrats your entry won a FREE $150 PrePaid Debit Card. Visit DebitCardWinner.mobi and enter prize code 00000 to have your $150 debit card shipped today!
THIS IS A SPAM TEXT, HOW DID THEY GET MY NUMBER?
Caller name: text message
I got the same thing from 713-367-5340 saying to go to CreditCardWinner.mobi which directs to DebitCardMatch.com and wants your info to claim your $150 prepaid debit card.
You must agree to terms which means you agree to have numerous others texting you offers probably similar in nature and getting your info out there to hundreds or even thousands of other promotions.
You are also not guaranteed the $150 card. You must go through some loops to get it and provide even more info to qualify to get it. You are pretty much going through a credit check and background check.
Probably not worth $150
I got the same message as Ron. I'm barely making g it paycheck to paycheck as I am the only one able to work. Its terrible that these people manage to prey on those who are looking for any kind of break to get above water...especially during the holidays.
Caller name: www.dailyprepaidcards.com/pd42
I turned on my Android smart phone and got a screen saying I won a $4625 prepaid MasterCard. That 10 Android phone users were selected every Thursday. Then 3 harmless questions followed like did I ever use a prepaid card, then what would I spend the money on, then WHAT ADDRESS WOULD I LIKE THE CARD MAILED TOO. I stopped there without providing an address because I sense this must be another d**n scam. I phoned Virgin Mobile my phone provider who told me they know nothing about this solicitation and said Virgin mobile will only contact customers by EMAIL or text messages to the phone.