Ontoyou said: I got a call from this company yesterday, and they asked me if I was single or married and how old I was, and wanted to verify my address. I think that the might be some private investigation company. Never volunteer any type of information to these types of organizations. I purposely told them false information, because I didn't feel that it was anyone's business how old I was, nor whether I'm single or married, and where I live is certainly never going to be any of their business. I also called my banks and credit cards companies as a double check to see if they had sold my information to any outside parties and I was told emphatically they did not due to regulations they go by-which is where publishers said that they got my information. Whoever they are they aren't who they say they are. Be careful.
anonymous said: Got a call from a woman at this number claiming to be calling from Publishers Headquarters. She said I was being entered in a sweepstakes for the chance to witn $25,000 as well as other prizes. She further said that the firm got my name and contact information from credit card companies, that the credit card companies want to know which cards are most used in the U.S. I declined to participate. I'm leery about any unsolicited phone call or email message these days. Does anyone know about this company, the sweepstakes and the legitimacy of it all?
Unknown said: I just received a call from that number and a voicemail was left about birth control. So..no clue what it is really.
thumper said: This man calls my home asking about a bill I owe. He was very rude and aggressive, so, I hung up on him. I then called the number on my caller I.D. and the same person answered. I told him that the reason I hung up was because of his behavior. His response was, " You have the audacity to call me back and complain, when it is you who owes this bill? I'll just note that that you refuse to pay, which will reflect poorly on you're credit score. But, by the looks of your credit score, you probably don't care. Huh?" I replied, " Not really, since I don't purchase anything with credit, hence the low score. And, I didn't say that I refused to pay the bill, but, if that's what you want to do, that's fine." I then asked him to have a good day and GOD BLESS! Think I handled this rude and uncouth person rather well.
Anon said: DEA...Soliciting " donations " $15.00 for a packet, before that they were " State Police "...Pure scam !
anonymous said: call and hang up or missed call from indiana
idk who it is just assume its a telemarketer
Rick Pavan said: This is a nice attempt to avoid the no call list rules. You keep calling me waking me up with these stupid recordings wanting my subscription to your Indy Star paper, nevertheless this is exactly the kind of tactic that would keep me from even thinking about doing business with you people. You show no respect. TAKE ME OFF YOUR LIST
Zori said: So I called the number back today,hoping to get more information.I think I may have to call my phone company and see what,if anything I can do to get this number to stop calling me.I called and got through to a person,but as soon as I started talking...they hung up on me.They did answer the phone: National Auto...so I know that much now.
Zori said: This number comes up at least once a day.When I answer,they never say anything and then hang up.If they're trying to sell me something,at the very least I wish they'd have the courtesy to say something....that way I can tell them to add me to their no call list!