92529 - Did this number call you?If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 92529 The number is a GB number
Around 68% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 68th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 83 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Patrick Couch, Ameyo"
the is number (92529) called my cell phone number (1-248-933-3552) and i answered and no one would speak so i hung up 5 seconds later.next thing i know is i get a message that took up my whole screen on my laptob saying access denied and do i want to contunue with script.i couldn't close screen after even shutting off my computer.it wanted me to answer yes and when i would hit no it would not do anything.next thing i did was unplugmy computer and take battery out.finally it was off my screen and i could use internet.please send me an email explaining where the number 92529 is comeinf from at ([email protected])or call me on my cell phone.sicserely michael fred schliterr jr
called at 12:23am
I called Verizon and they had me sign up for a premium service $4.95 a month allowing me to block restricted/unavailable calls. We also directly blocked 92529. If that fails, I'll put the time restrictions on the phone not allowing calls after 10 am and before 7 am. Verizon did give us the first month free for the service. Hopefully in a month the calls stop.
I've gotten about a dozen calls in the past two days, including multiple calls in the middle of the night. The caller id simply reads, "Unknown Name" and 92529. I cued up the out-of-service tone on my computer, so the last time they called a couple of hours ago, I played that tone and held the phone up to my speakers. Crossing my fingers that worked. There's never a person on the other end, but maybe their robodialer was listening.
Especially during the wee hours...over 20 times in the past 2 days. 925-29, +92 52 9 or Unknown. Rings once and stops, or no answer if I pick up or rings but leaves no message. Called AT&T & was told they have not heard of any similar complaints nor could offer any advice as to how to stop it.
Interesting... I reported the calls to the FCC and the calls stop. Hmmm. It is probably just a coincidence because my last call was a few hours before I filed the report. Here are the steps I took:
I have a Samsung Galaxy S2
1. Got google voice
i. Setup phone to use google voice for voice mail
ii. Set google voice to block unknowns and the the numbers listed. Google voice then automatically plays the disconnected number tone and message.
2. Installed: Call Control - Call Blocker from Kedlin Company (Free Version)
i. Setup blocked number list to block the numbers (limited to 3 phone numbers in free version)
ii. I tried the answer and hang up option first but this didn't seem to help
iii. I set it to back to just block (reject) the calls, which would then send it to voicemail (google voice)
3. Installed: CIA -Caller Identification App from ADAFFIX (Free Version)
i. The CIA app identified the calls as coming from the Oyster bar mentioned in other posts posts.
4. Re-registered with the national "Do Not Call Registry" (both my normal cell phone number and my google voice number).
5. Filed complaint through the FCC web page.
If it was the Google Voice/Call Block combination that did the trick, it took about 2 days to work. Last call (knock on wood) was at 12:31 A.M. yesterday.