If you have an annoying question in your head 'Who calls me?' - you came to the right place. This is a user supplied database of phone numbers of telemarketers, non-profit organizations, charities, SCAM artists, and other companies that don't leave messages, disconnect once you answer, and simply interrupt your day.
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Fake insurance company Trying to have my mother pay in pre paid credit cards ($3000) to get $20000 from my father's supposedly life insurance policy. Don't worry I will find you and give you what you deserve!
Just got a call from this number. Caller stated they were Officer Crawford & needed to speak with me immediately. I wasn't the person who answered the phone, but he didn't want to leave a message. Interestingly, he asked for me by a nickname rather than my full name.
?Susan? from Back to Basics wanted to tell me about the health benefits of phytoplankton. She asked me if I took medications and what they were. She said she was calling everyone that cares about their health.
Received a call from 727-202-5718 ... the person identified the company as LCN and said I had requested a car insurance quote ... I said "no,no,no" and she was on the other end saying "yup, yup, yup", talking over me ... VERY UNPROFESSIONAL!
I just received a call from South Atlantic Money Management and spoke to a very rude guy. First he called my cell, which showed up a number from my hometown. Being that I don't answer unknown numbers I let it right hoping that they would leave a message if it was important. No message was left, so I called back just to see who it was. They said they were from South Atlantic Money Management. Since I had no clue who that was I said "Sorry wrong number" and hung up. Well, sure enough he called back again but this time on a blocked number. When I didn't answer he called my work phone and I answered. Stated I owed two payday loans back in 2010 totaling $1020. He said a letter was mailed to my house (which I never saw), and that they have been trying to contact me for a while. I said I needed a letter showing proof and not to call my work phone and hung up on him. He calls back my work phone and says, "well do you want me to call your husband, will he be more of an adult about this". I told him I did not want him to call my work or my cell or anyone else about this loan. That I needed a letter so I can verify what they say I owed and for what company. The guy was very rude on the phone saying I needed to pay what I owed. I told him I had him recorded (which I did) and that I know my rights. He said he would send me something in email by the end of the day. Let's see where that goes. I'm tired of these people calling me and harassing me.
The purpose of the call would be to ask you to set up a regular donation by Direct Debit. Cancer Research, like a lot of other charities uses a company to solicit donations. They say it is because doing it themselves would take up too much time and cost more. Unfortunately money from our donations goes to pay these companies which seems to defeat the object.
The post above yours says that this is a legitimate number. However, it is unusual for someone who knows a number to come on a site like this and say so, unless they are trying to deceive. The post before that one was a month old so could not have been seen by accident. If a Department of Child Support exists then check it out and 'phone them from a number which you know is correct, not the one which called you. The information these people are asking you to fax them is very sensitive and useful for identity theft.
Recieved calls for "Life Insurance Options" for helping with "The Final Expense". The call's introductory message stated it was intended for people from the ages 40-85. Naturally, they were incorrectly robo-calling for the phone's previous owner. As in, the phone's previous owner from more than a year ago. Requested to not be called anymore, and will try to talk to a real person if they call again.