Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1996.While 9035944759 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (903) 594-4759 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Caller type: Unknown
Calls from this number come in on a regular basis, to both our land line and our cell phones, but mostly to our land line. We make a habit of never - and I mean - NEVER - answering calls from #'s we do not recognize due to the fact that registering with the do-not-call doesn't work for advertisements, but is ONLY supposed to not work for Government (VOTE FOR ME!) type calls. (Really, they are allowed to get through, even when registered with the Do Not Call registry.) We never answer the phone also because, being older (Almost 'senior citizens) citizens we have been the recipients of all SORTS of teller marketing attempts to sell us outrageous things - as is, sadly, often the case with both the youth and older people. If there have been storms in our area, we used to get calls asking if we wanted a new roof or our trees cut, etc. It seems scammers actually go to great lengths to scam, even following the weather.
I have never answered this number, I came in online to find out information about it because I am due for some new calls from specialists I have to go to in the medical field. I saw in several sites people have said that they have been asked about distant relatives, neighbors their street and near-by streets, etc, and that the caller uses information that is often FAR-BACK-DATED. I saw it is presumed to be some sort of scam, which I'm not surpirsed about. I am glad to see others replied about it as I was wondered if it was one I should answer, as I have been waiting over 1.5 months to see certain doctor/specialist and I don't really keep a list of which numbers are not to be answered. Since I took the time to WRITE something in here, maybe now I will remember this number and not keep looking it up.
Caller type: Unknown
This number is on my landline phone every day. The ID shows it to be Texas.
There is never a message. If someone does not identify themselves or leave a message, they can keep calling every day but I will not answer nor will I return the call.