Left a totally blank message that lasted 1:25.
they said they were att
Interac transfer received deposit money web address
Yes I receives calls from this number. They say they from Medicare and want to give you a product for pain in your back and knee. (Medical Supply) is what is listed as the caller.
The phone call or message content of the phone number
Scam requesting funds and support to offer Smegma in the US, what sick disturb person would want that?
I have had several calls from this number with no voicemail. Just silence.
I don't know who they are. They never tell you a name. I was given a number 832-430-1631 and 832-262-4855 to call because supposedly I am to be served with legal documents. This number returns my call. I told the lady I don't want to talk to them. She tells me I am rude. My attorney says he thinks its a scam. I don't know who would be suing me and why. All my creditors I called and I am good with them. Strange voicemail. Supposed server doesn't even have a local number.
A man called from this number and left a voicemail saying he had received a call from my number. I never called. Anyone else experience this?
my name, new mc state loophole may allow you to cover your vehicle for 25.00/Mo
said her name is Christine, from North Carolina but recently moved to Phoenix Az. Supposedly works for Verizon. Chats you up, then starts sending nudes. Scammer looking for illicit images and personal information about people. Do not talk to this person, do not text this person.
Scam, posing as a power company employee who claims that a technician is on their way and the owner needs to sign a work authorization. When I refused to say an owner was present, they gave a call back number and said "the technician was out earlier, but the meter had a timer on it. The timer is about to be up and they can do the work and will be there within 50 minutes and to call 806-416-0248. Called the number to find out what work order? We had not called anyone. The new person then states that the last months payment was declined and the power would be shut off. We drove to the local power co-op office since it was only one mile down the road and they were closed. Called the number back and they tried to say, just that office is closed. To avoid the shut off you must pay and can do so at a local Safeway by loading money onto multiple cards and gave account numbers. BS. We tackled these people on two fronts. I talked to other businesses in the strip, no reports of phone calls for power that day. The building owner pays for the entire strip, so if one goes out, we all go. Same time another person was at the power company, which was closed. At this point we had done enough leg work to pick up on the scam and googled the number. Found out it was listed as a known scammer. No money lost. Beware, they have an elaborate scheme. Called back on a restricted number with threats for non-payment. So we have now filed an official complaint with the Arizona State Attorney General. These idiots picked the wrong people to mess with. I am vindictive and will waste my time to post this everywhere to help others. Apparently they scammed the previous occupant for $1600 with the same routine. They gave us the account numbers to send money too. HAHAHA. Now the AZ AG has that and their call back number. Since it is listed as a known scam on a Google search, they are not smart enough or have the funds to switch phones. They got nothing from us and I am going to cost them at least the time and money to close accounts and switch phones. Try to steal from us? I will spend the time to post this everywhere and have already filed reports.
Other clues...they local power co-op is NEC, they said NVEC. Can not provide account information, but know your business name and address only. Not even smart enough to get the power company name correct. BEWARE. No personal identifiable information given. Protect yourself. Keep your PII safe. Protect your accounts with two-step authorization for everything, and always call the place they are claiming to represent directly. Not the number they give. Verify with your known numbers only. One of the better scammers I have run across. Almost believable, but easily figured out by doing the correct footwork. Only reason we called the 806-416-0248 number was because the original caller would not detail the work they claim to be doing. Just that a tech was on their way and would need a work order signed by an owner or authorized rep. Very quick, very pushy to over talk you, give you the number and then hang up leaving you wondering who the hell is coming to do what?
My cell phone rang 2x. When I answered there was no one there.
extend car warranty spam
"This is" or error while transcribing when going to voicemail. 12 calls from this number in the past year
I work for a non-profit organization. I received a phone call from a Danielle at this number saying she was from Fidelity Informational Service and needed to update their bank information for payment. WE HAVE NO AUTOMATIC BANK PAYMENTS! Called the number back twice, got phone voice mail twice. SCAM!!!
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People who are sick and tired of unwanted calls from unknown numbers can simply reject the call when they receive it or they can cut the call of they are busy. However, if you are constantly avoiding a call from someone, they might find out thus it would have an impact on your reputation. In order to avoid someone’s call without letting them know, people can use unreachable services. Unreachable services make sure that the person at the calling end receives the message that you are in an area where the network is causing an issue.
However, majority people hardly have an idea that how can they make their mobile phone unreachable. Few tips and tricks can be followed in order to make your mobile phone unreachable. Some of them are mentioned below:
Many new mobile phones have an option to activate your flight or airplane mode. If such modes are activated the people at the other end would receive a message that currently, your mobile phone is unreachable. However, before you pull out this trick make sure that you have tried it on yourself as in most cases the message that the caller might receive is that your cell phone is switched off.
Enclosed Steel Container Trick does not allow the signals to reach your device. All you have to do is to place your cell phone in an enclosed container and the caller would receive the message that your cell phone is unreachable.
People who simply want to throw the message that the mobile phone is not reachable can activate their data package. Use your data package to browse the web and open up different websites to download different files on your cell phone this will jam your network thus making it difficult for you to accept or receive any calls.
Every smartphone has a reject list option, therefore, it is better to add the number to the reject list rather than on a black list or a block list. The reject list makes sure that the person who is calling you neither receives the message that your cell phone is switched off nor they will be notified that your number is unreachable. In fact, the call would be simply cut down.
If you have another number that you do not use or any landline number that has expired you can use that number to forward the calls that you might receive. Whenever any unwanted caller would call you the call would be forwarded to that number and the caller would receive an unreachable status.
People who have their sim slot outside their device should simply take out their sim after switching off the cell phone. Then they should place the sim card inside the slot again. If anyone calls you they would receive a not reachable status till you restart your cell phone.
There are many applications on both android and iPhone app stores that can help you avoid unwanted calls by giving them an “unreachable” notification. All you have to do is to enter all the numbers in the call log of that application to make sure that whenever that particular number calls you they receive unreachable status.