You will also find that phone scam is becoming more and more common. thanks to the community of scamcallwho, you can check to see if the number is a scam, and if there are other people who are the victims of harassment or attempted fraud.
Many messages using different numbers left by Frank wanting to reach me for extended warranty for my Hyundai.I had previously on June 12th called them back on the referred 800 number. Total cost is $4100 to give another 5 years for full coverage on my 10 year old car. Are they nuts?I purposely kept them including John the closer, on the phone for over 20 minutes! Would have given senior, military, loyalty etc discounts to lower cost to $3600!Gee, only $495 deposit plus another 15 months of payments.They talked a good game. Take heed, there is no Frank... And you could buy another 2009 Hyundai for what you would pay in premiums
Total IRS scam!!! I gave them a fake name, Mike Hunt, and they believed me. I told them that I am a tax attorney (I am not). They hung up after that. Honestly, I could barely understand the schmuck because of his accent.
They have been calling to flog web development and mobile application development to my newly registered internet domains. 50, maybe 100 emails now, and 3-5 calls a day, from different numbers. Have asked them verbally and in writing to stop, but it continues. They use a NYC area code number as well. Caller: Multiple calls - name varies Call type: Telemarketer
2018-05-31-1408 TH ……… Just got a call from this number ……… They declined to leave a message ……… I am on my State Fed Do Not Call Registries which are both a waste of taxpayer dollars ……… CID = ADVANCED PAGING ………
this is a reverse number database that allows you to look up numbers and let others know your experiences with that people using that number. You can report phone fraud by letting the community and public know that this is how they tried to get a hold of you. You can find out who's been trying to reach you, even if they don't leave a message, just by looking them up. Finding out if its telemarketers, surveys, charities, or even debt collectors is as simple as looking the number up in the database and seeing if others have had contact with the person on the other end of the line. Even if you just want to check out a business by using their number, you can see what other visitors in the community have heard or dealt with in the past.