xxx said: This is a fake cell phone number from Ashtabula, OH.
No doubt a scam.
Caller didn't leave message.
Complaints on another site:
1) Press 1 for an IRS agent (posted July 22, 2016
2) Lower your credit card interest (posted July 22, 2016)
3) You need to reboot your computer (posted July 20, 2016)
xxx said: Yes a scam because police of all people know it's illegal to call a cell phone without written permission from the cell phone holder & no business has that from me. Besides, no business nor charity place has received my cell phone number, I will not give it out. So this place is illegally calling my cell phone. Check your own state laws out.
Doreen said: Called to say they were from Microsoft and wanted me to give computer acess
BertaM said: Addendum to my previous comment: I was advised that area code 390 does not exist in the USA; it might be coming from Italy or that general area. IRS want my long-over due money and they are preparing a lawsuit against me. I was also advised that if you answer this call or call back you will be charged International long distance rates.
Kkt said: Called me yesterday. No sound. Then hung up! Who is it? Will I be charged?
Tom Laird said: called me at home saying they were from Microsoft and there was something wrong with my computer.
Luxmir said: it could spoofing from telemarketing
Anon said: Recently chatting to gutly on dating website, says he in States at mo & I could ring him on this number. My suspicions have been confirmed