I answered the call and it was a guy who identified himself as Dan Sterling, calling because I allegedly expressed interest in furthering my education. I suspect "Dan" might have actually been a machine because there was a pause after everything I said before I got a response, and the responses sounded like they were fabricated from some voice recognition-based key word search. I said, "Oooh, this sounds like fun!," and the response was, "Hello?" I responded with gibberish, and "Dan" said, "Are you there?" I said some random words and got disconnected.
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This is actually Right Source's enrollment department (888-538-2518). They are the mail order service for the Humana prescription drug plans. Once you enroll in one of Humana's drug plans, they contact you to set everything up and to pass along information, and they are persistent. They also use the same number to contact you in the future. Unfortunately because it is a front-end auto-dialing system, there is a delay before you are transferred to a live person, and it doesn't leave any voice-mail message if you don't pick up. They also use "Toll Free Caller" as the generic ID which I've told them is very poor, but I can tell that won't be changed. I actually called Right Source at the number shown on their website and that representative transferred me to this number so that I could finally talk to them and stop the calls. It must cost more to change the generic ID on the auto-dialer they use.
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