Chuck said: Claimed to be a canadian company wanting to update my info on the yellow pages web site.
Obviously a scam trying to dupe people into paying for a listing on their site since the regular
company handling the yellow pages and associated site provides way better ID when they call.
Besides I have yet to have the real yellow pages folks speak with such a thick foreign accent.
john said: 3rd time thid number called me, on National do not call list, reporting this number does no good. As others have said, scratchy, noisy and definately foreign accent. Is there no way to trace these, phonecompany is worse than useless about these calls
M.E. said: The caller is relentless. I donated to them (Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation) one time and now they won't stop calling even though I requested to be taken off their list. They call a minimum of 6 times a day, even at past 9 pm, and on weekends. Even if they are legit, their way of soliciting is absolutely atrocious and aggravating.
Steve said: Called collect. Smart Shoppers Saving Club. Only learned name after I accepted the call (was actually expecting a call from family thus my taking it). Will dispute the charges now.
Called back to confirm. They said they wanted to GIVE me a $100 Gift card good at Walmart, Target, Kmart, etc.
The catch? I PAY them a one time fee of $6+ for a shipping and handling.
I asked why would I pay for a Gift, the definition of which is something being GIVEN to me.
They said it was one time only, not recurring.
I repeated myself and they terminated the
notafool said: Received a phone call saying they were from Washington DC and asked for my husband. After I told them that he wasnt available and asked if they wanted to leave a message. They insisted on speaking with him. I told them again he wasnt available and while in the middle of asking if they wanted to leave a call back number and a name they hung up.