jc said: My 10 year old daughter received a call from this agency on an attempt to collect a debt. The message stated to call back at 1-866-394-4503 and give reference # 552575. This company has a bad history, just go to www.ripoffreport.com and view their many complaints.
not being scammed today said: SCAM claim we won 3.8 million dollars ULLSH%$# want my husband to send 300$..... and or purchase some green dot card. He called back to cause my husband was going to do it until I put a stop to it.....Don't believe it...even claimed they are fr publlishers clearing house.. then they called my number..
Kathy said: They have called my cell, my husbands, my son's and my daughter's. The last time they called I told my husband to answer it and see who it is and what they want. THey claim that we have a bill from At&t that went to collections. Uh, wouldn't At&t have sent us something? Wouldn't our phone service be shut off?? Considering we have gotten new phones since they have started calling, I don't think they would have let us get them!
anonymous said: No message, but this could be the Washington University Alumni Association doing their fundraiser. I graduated over a decade ago, so can't imagine why anyone from the University would be calling me for any other reason.
Steve said: I received this call at 7:25pm on 4/25//2014. Attempting to pull my phone out of a new phone case, I accidentally answered my phone. My phone showed that I was "on" for three seconds. I was (am) worried that it is one of those foreign numbers that charges you hundreds or even thousands per minute. That's the last thing I need!! I feel better after reading that it is probably a telemarketer.
anonymous said: Woman with very broken english said my name was chosen to receive $8,400 from the US Treasury. All I needed to do was go to a Western Union or give her my bank account info. Come on scammers, if you're going to do this, be smart! Spoof your Caller Id to be something from Washington DC, change the number from $8,400 occassionally and LEARN ENGLISH! While I was on the phone with her, a quick Google search of $8400 turned up over 1000 scam hits. I politely hung up because, after all, I just paid my taxes and knew there was now way in hell the governement was just handing out $8,400 to random people.
keilsa said: Same as above. This number has tried me several times so I finally picked up. Very hard to understand, Pakistani, Indian. Said that I had been awarded a $8,400 from the U.S. Treasury O.K.? No reason was given. There was a lot of talking in the background probably a lot of others making the same type calls. I told them to stop calling and that I was reporting them. I doubt this will stop them, just hoping they stop calling me!
anonymous said: Caller identified himself as Ed from AAA, calling on a "monitored line" or some such. He said my membership expired in Nov, and when I told him that's nonsense, I renewed it on time, he said, "That's right--so THAT'S good...." So then why are you calling, I asked. He said, "Let me just check...," or something like that, then said NOTHING for what felt like at least a minute. Are you still there?, I said, and when he said yes, I said, "Well, it seems to be taking you an awfully long time, considering that YOU called ME, so I'm not sure you're really calling from the AAA, and I'm going to hang up now." THAT WAS 20 MINUTES AGO, AND HE NEVER CALLED BACK. ??? Could it have been a call legitimately made from the AAA offices but by an EMPLOYEE was up to not good??? Otherwise, why didn't he call me back? (and why didn't he have the slightest idea why he was supposed to be calling?)