Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2004.While 9103755092 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (910) 375-5092 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Caller name: ADT Security
Caller type: Telemarketer
When I answered the phone, the woman barely introduced herself and immediately went into her script about a special about an ADT security system. At this point I simply started laughing and asked her if she knew where she was calling. She started to respond that she only got a name and phone number but didn't know where it was. I told her that I live in a town that is a throwback to a time where we rarely even lock our front door or car much less need an alarm. At this point she began to give me examples of horror stories of what happened in Sanford, FL and another about a man who walked in to find his teenage daughter being raped. She then told me that we could go back and forth all day long, but I don't have time for that. Good bye. VERY RUDE! She hung up before I got to waist anymore of her time like she was doing to me. OK, this made me feel a little better for now, but I"m still going to find a phone number for a supervisor for ADT that I can call and give a piece of my mind to!
Caller type: Unknown
We routinely get calls from people who say that our company name is showing up on the caller ID with this phone number. This number is not our company and we are not calling people. I'm not sure how our company is showing up on the caller ID. We had phone service with Packet 8 several years ago and I seem to remember that this number was listed as a 'virtual number' on our account. However, it was not our number and never has been used by us. I really hope someone fixes this problem as it makes our company look bad.
I have considered contacting the FCC to see if they can look into it.