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.
Getting unwanted calls from strangers? Just type number you don't recognize and get more information about it! Maybe you are not the only one who gets calls from that number.
I also got an SMS about renting my house in Sicily, I was supposed to reply to this mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. At the same time Google blocked my mail account because apparently someone's been trying to enter it. I had to go through a check and change my password. It's not the first time I receive strange sms and also telephone calls of people who want to rent my house, but it's the first time I get a notification from Google about my mail account. Can't they stop these people from doing this ?
I originally received a call from 0000000000, stating that a 9,000.00 Federal Grant was waiting for me, as I had paid all of my bills and had had no arrests nor warrants issued in my name. All of this information is true, by the way. The Federal Government, feeling it's beneficence, wished to grant me the sum of 9,000.00 because of my state of good citizenry. This was all being said by someone who sounded as if they were in a room full of people, yammering the same thing, in a suspiciously off-shore accent. I was given three choices to receive my munificence: 1) In my checking account, which meant I would have to provide my personal information, 2) credited to my debit card, which would entail my providing my 16-digit card number, expiry date and 3-digit security code, or 3) by Western Union, which would entail me providing nothing in the way of personal information. Naturally, I chose #3; the caller then provided me with a call-back phone number of 2727381550 and my own personal code number to generate the Western Union Money Order, #Cs1800. She then asked me what I planned to do with the money, as the Federal Government did not want the money used for ill-gotten gains. A very strange phone call indeed. Playing along, I said, I would pay some bills and fix my teeth, which would be the truth, were I to call, however, I have no intention of calling. If it's too good to be true, it almost certainly is.