they keep calling me even after I told them to put me on dont call list
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Yep, they are still at it. didn't leave a message. Scammers will always be with us.....
I called Tri-County Telephone (TCT) at 1-307-568-2427 per the comment on this web site. They can do anything about it. They said that mostly likely someone, from who knows where in the work, hijacked the switch and phone#. They gave me the FCC website to log a complaint. I'm taking that route next.
I got a call from this phone# to lower interest rates on my CC. I don't have a CC, so I waited on the line to speak with a representative. Got onto a "wait list". The caller number and time started at 33 callers in line with a wait time of 7 minutes. I timed down to 10th call and 2 minutes and then stayed at 10th caller but the wait time went back up to 7 minutes, then the background music and wait time voice went quiet. I finally hung up at 21 minutes of wait time. I was just trying to get information about the caller. oh well.
When you get a call from these folks (which I just did) call their Phone Company, Tri-County Telephone (TCT) at 1-307-568-2427 and lodge a complaint. If they get enough complaints they'll shut off their phone.
On 12-30 I received the same acquasations as JA of 12-15th, they left a name of Amanda McDonald to call back and a file number. The scam call came on my non-android security phone flip top and not my landline or my other android phone. I am not reporting but chose to just ignore them - which is the easiest to do. Anytime you get a threat call and demand for money just hang it up. If it were real, they would be on your porch with a police officer and a proper I.D. If they use a family member's name to gain access to your financial business, and you know your family is okay, then hang it up./jpd
received call, left no message. I did not pick up was busy at the moment,just saw a missed call.
I got a call this morning... I know it's a scam since I got scammed in Vegas... Lol gonna block this number or else imma get so many calls from this number. F* them!
They go on and on and say absolutely nothing. But, it's clearly a multi-level marketing scam.
SAME # CALLED CELL, NO MESSAGE. SAME MESSAGE WHEN CALLED BACK ON A LAND LINE.
Received a call from 'Card holder services' about lowering my interest rate on my credit card...hurry this expires soon. No indication which credit card company it was affiliated with & an invite to press a number for more information made me hang up. Sounds suspiciously like a scam to get personal info.
Says it's from "Cardholder services" offering a decrease in interest rate. Hung up when I said that I don't carry a credit card balance.
I received a call from this number. I did not respond. They did not leave message
I received a call from this number this morning. I am on a do not call list. I will be reporting them
other numbers they call from at 267-507-5843 or 331-256-1086. In a scam. They blow up my cell phone every day. They are trying to sell extended warranties for automobiles. What a joke.
The government is putting debt collectors on notice. Federal agents in Georgia arrested John Todd Williams, 48, founder of debt collection agency Williams, Scott & Associates along with six other employees on Tuesday morning for allegedly running a $4.1 million debt collection scam that targeted more than 6,000 people across the United States. The arrests stem from an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Attorney's Office, the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. It appears to be the first time federal authorities have taken coordinated action against debt collectors, and could be the beginning of a broader crackdown. "We are far from finished looking at the seedy side of debt collection," said Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney in Manhattan. "It affects too many people." preet bharara Related: Debt collector horror stories Prosecutors say employees of the company would routinely bully, threaten and trick thousands of victims by falsely calling themselves a "detective" or an "investigator" for local law enforcement agencies. Typically, they would call borrowers and say they had committed a crime such as "check fraud" and that if they failed to make immediate payment, a warrant would be issued for their arrest. The debt collectors would read from scripts to threaten people with lines such as: "Who are we? We are a government task force set up to investigate and collect info on individuals involved in Depository Account Fraud and theft by deception." Related: Top debt collection complaints From 2009 until April of this year, the debt collectors claimed to be working with the U.S. Justice Department or the Marshals Service and used legal terms that sounded official but were actually meaningless to try and coerce consumers, according to the complaint. "This scheme took advantage of our poorest and most vulnerable citizens from all fifty states," said George Venizelos, the FBI assistant director in New York. "The defendants were nothing more than bullies with bogus badges." Debt collectors have been using increasingly aggressive tactics in the years since the 2008 financial crisis. Under federal law, debt collectors are barred from harassing consumers by repeatedly calling them or using threats to pressure them to pay. In 2012, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was given authority to oversee and regulate the largest U.S. debt collection agencies. The consumer agency's auditors can march into the offices of large debt collectors to ensure they're giving consumers a fair shake. They can evaluate debt collectors to make sure they are clearly and accurately identifying themselves, truthfully disclosing the amount of debt owed, and not attempting to collect debt that doesn't exist or has been paid off. It's a big job. An estimated 1 in 3 adults with a credit history -- or 77 million people -- are so far behind on some of their debt payments that their account has been put "in collections," according to a recent study by the Urban Institute. The debt in collections ranged from as little as $25 to a whopping $125,000. But the average amount owed was $5,200.
I was given this number (406-239-2725) by someone on the app Grindr, pretending to be a gay man 31 yrs old, five foot six, 140 pounds. He said he was located in Rosburg, Oregon living on a farm. I called this number and got some weird recording; then the next day I received a call from a different number 307-366-9898 (Ten Sleep, Wyoming). I actually missed the call. When I googled this number it says it is a credit card service scam trying to get people's credit card numbers. So, there are people posing as gay men on the app Grindr trying to get people's phone numbers and eventually their credit card numbers. Beware of these people. BTW the number 406-239-2725 is supposedly coming from Missoula, Montana.
just got a call - did not answer. no message left.
Called 1/2/2015 no message left. I called back number and it would not go through automated voice states call cannot be completed as dialed.