Roberto said: The spammer is a criminal phisher. It is designed
collect your credit card numbers and charge. The
criminal is the following guy. He's the spam king
based on Spamhaus statistics;
jowens (at) unifiedmarket.com
640 Grand Ave.
Carlsbad, North San Diego County
Patrick Young, YES Telecom said: I have nothing do wth any 101 numbers. "lorrie" is very wrong. I detest telemarketers that don't play by the rules.
YES Telecom is a very reputable company in business since 1986, and on the web since 1996 as http//www.yes-tele.com.
She was right my name is Patrick Young and my phone number is 945-344-7665. I am an expert in computers, voice and data communictions and security.
Not Home said: this ahole called me and didnt leave a message. so i called back and got this 1/2 ass oriental woman saying "you are calling form (then listed my number) if this is the number you want to move press 1, if you have another number then please input it now"....weird
Dave T said: 305 is a Florida area code. Although it is annoying, the telephone companies apparently don't give a D&MN and certainly have the capability to identify these idiots, but apparently are run by Idiots themselves.
Is this some more of the CHANGE America asked for this last election?
Mr ME said: A person called from that number, I think they said they were Tony Farnsworth, a president or owner of a company, saying their company recently moved into our area. He said there could be a job opportunity. The phone number he gave, 262-527-5998, is a cell phone in the Waukesha, WI area. I did a reverse phone number lookup. I'd beware of this.
My wife deleted the voice message that was on our machine.
The call came in early April 2009. I live in Milwaukee, WI.
tarra said: Yes, that number comes up on my caller ID ALL THE TIME and it's annoying!!! When you answer, NO ONE IS THERE! And then you call it back and it just rings and rings and rings. If you, the person who calls from that number, are reading this...you are JERKS! Get a life!
ST said: Got a call on my business line from this number. The man on the line with a HEAVY Indian accent stated he was calling from "you local phone company uh....AT & T" I told them if they needed to discuss the phone service they would need to speak with the owner of the company and the fella hung up.
When I call the number it is busy.
Ruth said: I have been charged 8 times in the last month for "Voicemail Received" from this number. I don't have any voicemails on my phone, not even hang ups. I called Rogers and they said my calls were being forwarded to this number. I don't even know this number and would not have set it up as I do not use Call Foward at all. I had Rogers cancel all call forwarding on my account. They also credited back the charges to my Pay-As-You-Go service.
Linda said: They called me as well with the same crap. Asked me to verify my personal information and I refused. She then told me that I would be put me out of the drawing. THESE PEOPLE ARE SCAMS! DO NOT GIVE ANY INFORMATION, EVEN IF THEY ASK YOU TO CONFIRM WHETHER OR NOT YOU HAVE A CREDIT CARD, SAY THAT YOU HAVE RECENTLY CANCELED ALL CREDIT CARDS AND NO LONGER LIVE AT THE CURRENT ADDRESS THEY SPECIFIED. THEY ARE ALL THE SAME. THEY SAY THAT YOU HAVE WON SOMETHING WHEN IN REALITY THEY JUST WANT TO KNOW WHETHER OR NOT YOU HAVE AN ACTIVE CREDIT CARD AND CURRENTLY LIVE IN THE PRESENT ADDRESS THEY HAVE ON RECORD. DON'T CONFIRM ANY ADDRESS, REALLY PISS THEM OFF BY GIVING THEM A FAKE ADDRESS.
anonymous said: Apex Collections calls fishing for info on debt they've picked up from 3rd parties so they can file a court claim and get back a percentage. They are your basic bottom-feeders looking to make a buck off somebody. Organizations like these are why people screen their calls.