this number calls me everyday and it has to stop as my husband has cancer and i always try to fumble for the phone to see who is calling, thinking it could be him. i also don't see small numbers/letters well and it is making my life extremely difficult. so i placed a called to pesg: professional education services group and begged them to take me off this list. the woman at the other end, tanya, said that she could only send an email to this aesop company to try to take me off. anyway, their address is 6307 84th street, caledonia mi, 49316 and the dudes email to contact is: email@example.com. maybe if more than me get a hold of this person and flood him with messages, it might stop. if anything happens to me because of these morons calling me all the time, i'm gonna sue somebody.
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calls every day starting anywhere from 5 in the morning on...
Pre-recorded message asking: "Are you interested in a job, then press 1, if not press 2".
Asked if I am looking for a job.
Advertising availability of jobs
Started receiving calls yesterday evening and this morning at 5:30am! I tried calling back but it asks for an ID # then speaks in at least 3 languages then hangs up
Do I want a job. I have received this message for months, at all hours between 5:..AM to 10PM, in total well over 50 calls. I have punched the number to taken off their list but they keep calling. Because I want to see who is calling, their calling is particualarly dangerous when I am driving... You have my permission to check my past calling record to see how many times they have called.
relentless calls at inconvenient times
For the last three weeks I have been getting calls from this number at least three times a day. One time I accidentally answer the call and choose the option for not be call again but they still are bothering me.
they call everyday
calls at 5 am and all day.
Called phone several times. Did not answer, left no message. Finally called back, get prompt in several languages to enter pin. If do not enter pin, hangs up in you.
AESOP is a company used by school systems all over the U.S. and Canada to notify substitute teachers of jobs available. You or someone else used your number on their substitute teaching application. If you want to be removed from the system, just listen to the options and click the option to never receive phone calls.
automated call asking if I want a job; calls every day regarless of time.
calls my tracphone late at night and early in the morning; goes to voice mail but no message
lol. it's AESOP calling substitute teachers offering them a job. if you are not a substitute teacher, then someone entered your number incorrectly by mistake. hahahaha