wrangler said: I got a call form this number at 6 am. it was a recorded girl voice saying "My name is Ash*ta. I'm 21 years old and so. Call me back on this number." When I called some girl picked up the phone and said" Gud morning my name is Priti. I'm from Kolkata. I like to talk to you and so." I told her not to call again and disconnected.
I think they are fooling boys to talk as long as possible to earn money as it seems to be a highly chargeable number.
anonymous said: i got this call and i called to police within 2 minutes u also do the same and inform about it if you get such calls...
10gy said: the voice was of a girl who called herself muskaan.. she said she had big and beautiful eyes. She claimed herself to be a young girl although she sounded like a recorded voice of an old woman or a young shivering woman...
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..
tee said: Do not answer and DO NOT CALL BACK!!
The 876 area code has been linked to a form of telephone fraud known as the "one ring scam". The person perpetuating the scam calls the victim via a robodialer or similar means, sometimes at odd hours of the night, then hangs up when the phone is answered with the hope that they will be curious enough to call the number back. When the victim does this, an automatic $19.95 international call fee is charged to their account, as well as $9.00/min thereafter. Similar scams have been linked to Grenada (area code 473), Antigua (area code 268), the Dominican Republic (area code 809) and the British Virgin Islands (area code 284)
suresh said: I got call from this number on 10/08/2014 about 1.00 pm. A girl's voice who said my name is......... I am searhing a boyfreind like you........
Dee said: Male caller stating he was from Publisher's Clearing House and I was a winner of a Mercedes Benz and a certified check (did not state the amt.) and was to be delivered today. He asked if anyone had notified me of this prior to his call to which I ssaid "no, not until you called". He hung up. I think he realized I was on to him and was scared off.
Name said: These idiots claimed they were with Publisher Clearing House (PCH). They tell you that you have won a large sum of money and possibly a car and ask for your name and address. (you can barely understand them first of all) These guys weren't very smart about it. They had a flipping dog barking in the background while trying to retrieve my information! After we called their bluff and called the sheriff's department and let them know that we called, they panicked and began cussing us out. Like I said they're idiots and scam artists (I guess you can't call them artists because they are so stupid)..... DON'T FALL FOR THIS!!!!
anonymous said: Don't know who it was but they called asking for check numbers and saying they would send $500. They didnt say who they were.
anonymous said: A guy in a thick foreign accent said that I have won 2.5 thousand dollars or something and that he was calling from the UPS in my state. I asked him why and he explained that he got my number from a list of numbers and I was selected as the winner and that I needed to confirm and they will deliver it or something. He didn't state his name or the name of the grant. I'm still confused.
anonymous said: In recent weeks, I have received numerous phone calls at my work phone number. They are mainly from an alleged Richard Waite, Office of UPS Delivery Center, Dallas (he has a foreign accent), Phone: 876-378=5247. To collect my big winnings, They want me to mail them $400 processing fee or use Western Union wire, Mail check to:
5128 Meadow Creek
Dallas, TX 75248