xxx said: Euclid Ohio cell phone caller.
I rejected call as I do not give my cell phone number out to businesses. So I know any unknown calls to my cell phone is a scam.
COmplaints on another site say caller asks for _____ & then you tell them no such person, caller continues they're disabled vets. Others say they answer call & caller hangs up.
anonymous said: Received a call at 5:54 AM from this number. Not message left.
Maria stanford said: called me at 6:35 am. missed called and found it was this number. way too early
xxx said: Area code 951 is California:
Banning, Beaumont, Corona, Hemet, Mira Loma, Moreno Valley, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, Riverside, Rubidoux, San Jacinto, Sun City, Temecula, Wildoma
Of course this is nothing but a scam. You never give to anyone unless you can verify it's legit yourself.
Call came as Hemet Calif. on caller ID. Man who spoke after a noise long tune to turn off the robo call....he came on thinking I answered the phone & says "This is Ray Cruse-it" (spelled it that way so you pronounce name), "how are you today...........are you still there?"
Another web, their complaints say caller wants your credit card for money for the firemen, police, some say they were told the call is from National Patrolmen's Assoc.
paddy said: I was called twice this morning by this number. I did not pick up but researched the number on a variety of sites like this one. This is more than likely a telemarketer or something a bit worse. I would not suggest picking up the phone and just blocking the number.
anonymous said: Male caller identified himself as David Williams, calling from Las Vegas, ( 702-516-7272) to inform me that I won 5.3 million from the Mega Millions Sweepstakes and that I would have to pay a delivery fee of, 999; $999.00. (This is definitely a SCAM!) He ask how close was the nearest Western Union, post office, and bank. He also asked a number of personal questions. Anyway, he said he would call me back tomorrow with instructions at 10:00a.m. Or 10:15 a.m. And if he didn't call back at that time, then I should call his cell phone # 1-867-378-6862. ( I checked this number and it's a Jamaica #...definitely not calling this A...H... back!)
xxx said: Heads up on this scam folks..............
Field health insurance Policy holders the American Chronic pain association and the National center for Chronic pain management of issued a serious prescription pain pill alert and responsive the alert in an attempt to stop the growing use an abusive prescription narcotic pain pills blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance has now authorized are providing of a revolutionary new pain relief medication to our policy holders suffering from physical pain or discomfort this medication is applied directly to the pain related areas. It is not narcotic an extremely effective this new pain relief solution is covered 100% by your bluecross blueshield insurance provider at no cost to you and your pain relief medication can be shipped immediately the only requirement is that you must be under the age of 65, so if you want an in media release from your pain and are under the age of 65 press 1 now to verify your address and delivery date again press 1 now to arrange delivery press 5 now to notify your health care provider that you have refused. shipment
You do not have to call your insurance to inform them that you want to refuse this shipment of pain relief cream which they want your confirmation of your address (just to make sure they have the right # with address for their scam) because the american chronic pain assoc & national something or other says you should get away from narcotic pain pills.
If your insurance company wants you away from this stuff, you will get a letter from them about the change, not use some so called call center for them. This should be a red flag to all who receive this kind of a scam phone call........it's not legit!
Besides, if your Dr. wants a prescription for something, he's going to write it. If he wants the specific kind of drug, he will write dispense as written on the prescription & it will have to be what he says & not generic form.
If you have any questions, call your insurance company up to verify something, don't rely on some bogus phone call.
anonymous said: Sounds like a hard core collection call about an account that doesn't exist for a person who doesn't have this phone number. Sounded threatening by pursuing this person at their work. Strongly suggested this person contact their arbitration dept. Do not respond! This is a scam!
xxx said: this number has called me before, I'm just trying to track down when.
But every call I have gotten from (937)- 847 this year has been a recording from Card Holder Services.