sanjay said: Hai I am sanjay. call me to this number 9443938688.
saddletramp said: foreign accent caller says he is from microsoft windows, says that my computer is corrupt, will not listen or act as though he does not understand anything when i tell him i am not affected or interested in what he is trying to do, he then gets vulgar, again i tell him not to call back and i hang up only to recieve his calls again at randon times of the day with either unknown or annomyous showing on my caller id. hard not to answer calls as i have a business and can't ignore my customers
anonymous said: This person left their flyer on my car. How rude!!!!! Actually made me mad. Would NEVER sell to this person.
lisa said: This guy has Aids and is passing it around. I was contacted on a personals site. I looked up his number before continuing further and asked him about all the drama I was reading. I told him my profile specifically said don't contact me if you are looking for prostitutes. He called me a nigg** and so many other names. Told me he had Aids and that the next person I met might be him. I wrote in one of the boards and started a thread. One lady commented with his pics so now I have 3 pics of him. He will send you pics that are of him in his younger days when he ran and rode bikes but he also has some "fat" pics where he has gained a lot of weight. So not sure if those are his old ones or vice versa. Just stay away from this guy. He's crazy. Contacts every single ad on Back page and Craigslist which means he has a lot of time on his hands. Probably dying from Aids. I will start a thread so when people Google his # it will show all the women who have had issues with this guy along with his pics so you know who you're looking for
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?