Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2000.While 9787756393 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (978) 775-6393 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Caller name: Express Scripts
Caller type: Survey
Received phone call twice from 978-755-6393.
The 1st call went to my voicemail. Automated msg identified company calling as Express Scripts calling to do a customer satisfaction survey and requested a callback to 855-842-5861.
The 2nd call showed as "EXPRESS SCRIPTS" on my phone's caller id, so I answerred. An automated voice stated that Express Scripts was calling for _______ (my name) to do a customer satisfaction survey and to "press 1" if this was me. I did, then the automated voice instructed me to call the same 855 number.
My suspicion finally aroused, I called the customer service number from the Express Scripts webpage and spoke with a manager who confirmed that NEITHER phone number is associated with the company.