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User Complaints for (969) 000-0003
Some raghead answered when i pushed "one" and it was about getting interest rates lowered on credit cards, I asked why they had called a cell phone that was on the "do not call" list. He said that it was an automatic dialer, and I informed him that it was illegal. He told me that he didn't care and that the law couldn't catch him.
I told him that Shiva was displeased with what he was doing, and asked that a curse be put upon his entire family. He hung up.
same thing. wouldnt take me off his list. told me I couldnt report him. I feel as if they try to keep you on the phone as long as possible because they are trying to hack into your smartphone to perhaps get personal information. They targeted my cell phone. This is my first call.
Caller name: Credit Card Rates
Will not stop calling even after I informed them that I am an invalid, and it is very difficult for me to get to the phone to answer it. I am on the do not call list, but they call several times a day, several days a week.
Caller name: India A Holes
Dont answer ! Dont waste your time. If you ignore them they will eventually give up. OR you can have fun with them. Act like your interested and then tell them you dont make the descions only your spouse does ( whether you have one or not ) never use your real name or info however give them a phone number for the "spouse" using the number of another telemarketrr ! Or you can use the number of an ex boyfriend or a utility company ( theyll keep them on hold forever ) Turn the tables. Use your imagination. Have some fun at thier expense. Soon youll look forward to telemarketer calls.
I was called by this number and I asked them to tell me my name. That if they called me and knew what my credit card debt was then they should know my name. I was then cursed at and call rude names. The man on the phone told me I could lick his a*s then hung up. It is that the first time I have recieved a call from them and each time they are rude when I start to question them.
Did not answer the call, it was to my cell phone, which is one of those free life line QuickLink phones.
When I entered the number (969-000-0003) in whitepages.com / reverse number, it came back as unknown - no records found.
I hit 1 in order to gather more information from them. The call started out with basic questions that would apply to anyone, standard reading questions used by psychics and scammers - phishing questions. "We see that you try to pay your balance on time and sometimes more than the minimum, but that you have more than $3,000 in debt remaining." Which would apply to nearly everyone in the United States. I then asked who he represented.
The representative said he was from Visa-Master-American, and was part of their billing department. When I asked him to clarify if he was employed by a contracting company working for the credit card agencies, he frustratingly explained that he *was* the Card Member Services for Visa-Master-American, on behalf of Experian. Pointing out that these were all different companies and didn't share a single services department, he stated that he worked for the company which issues all the cards for all banks. "Don't get smart sir. You see the logo on your cards which say "Visa" "Master" or "Discover"? We issue all those cards." Apparently, there is in fact a global banking conspiracy after all, and this man accidentally just let the cat out of the bag.
I debated pulling for more info, but it was clear that this was a scam. I informed him that as he was clearly engaged in fraudulent activity I would be reporting the call to the FBI. He then hung up.
I got a message in my voice mail yesterday. The number is 000 000 0000 and i don't really understand what they said. First it's a digital voice talking about heat oil and I have to mail back a letter I supposed to receive few days ago if I want to opt out of the contract???
I have no idea what they are talking about because I don't use heat oil!!!
I like the reverse psychology approach. And I HAVE used it in the past. Especially when they are actually the person wanting the sale; not the paid telemarketer who can't even answer questions about the product(s). Oh, and ask them how much their CEO or CFO makes if they're a charity. That always stops them in their tracks. The hunter becomes the hunted.