anonymous said: this less than intelligient person or whatever it was, sounded male...called my mother and scared her by saying "he knew everything" and spoke her mailbox number. it un-nerved her. it makes you feel violated. THE NUMBER IS 556-899-7900.
SHAME ON YOU!!!, whoever you are! IT IS A SHAME THAT ELDERLY PEOPLE HAVE TO BE AFRAID IN THEIR OWN HOMES!!
Judy said: "Alex" called claiming to be Microsoft support wanting to "fix" my computer. Last week all I saw was "Unknown Caller" - I hung up, but today "Alex" called again and this time caller id showed this phone number. I hung up again and reported it to Microsoft then came here to do a lookup.
anonymous said: These frauds have left dozens of messages on my answering system over the past week with caller ID blocked. When I answered and forcefully told them not to call back, they started calling every 10 minutes and have been doing so for 2 days. I was able to get their number by setting my phone to reject anonymous calls and then the number 143-550-7311 started showing up, always with callers with an Indian or Arab accent. Don't fall for this scam. These criminals are scavengers, cockroaches, swine.
anonymous said: This sounds like an call call center in India. The website names always change. They say they are calling from Quick Cash Phone or some other payday loan company and that I have been approved for $1500. They can barely speak English and the background noise is loud. Also the connection is really bad. I don't know what their scam is - possibly selling the all the information they get from their marks - but they are definitely not depositing money in people's bank accounts.
annoyed said: Called my ex-husband's house and spoke to my daughter looking for my boyfriend. Said that he needed to call the number and reference a file # to avoid being served papers. I called the number and found that it was UNCI. After giving them the file #, they informed me of the name of the person they were trying to reach and said that if he did not call them today that they would proceed with serving papers and he would just have to plead his case to a judge. Luckily, I did my research and found out that it is likely a scam. Our situation seems to be the same as what others have experienced.
Work From Home said: Called while I was working on the phone, I don't have messaging enabled so there was no way to leave a message or anything but the stupid beeping was making me have to ask my customer over and over again for information, causing the customer to lose patience.
Mel said: Caller said he was from Microsoft and that my computer was sending them messages that alerted them my computer may have been hacked and they wanted me to log on so they could walk me through the fix. I didn't have time to go any further and hung up.
upset said: Keep getting calls from this company and they are threatening court and that I'm going to jail. They are scammers and need to be stopped. If they call, don't listen to them. They are asking for money to get you out of a lawsuit that doesn't exist. They say they are serving you with papers, but they never do. They try to scare you, but it's fraud. Call the FBI or local police and make a report.