tubby said: I wonder if this number is associated with www.dncremoval.com. This website is about stopping unwanted phone calls by registering with them. If you press Contact Us, they do not give a telephone number or address. They want your name and address instead. If you click Complaints at the bottom of the screen, the next page will say Not Found. Interesting. I cannot find this company on the Better Business Bureau website either. This number belongs to REMOVAL DNC Frederick, Maryland 21703-7904. It is a mobile phone and the phone issuing location is Verizon, Maryland 21703.
Mottz said: This is a non-legit collection agency. My son hit a parked car about a month ago and we did the normal exchange of insurance information. Some how this company received this information and now is harassing me to pay in full damages to the other persons car even though we live in Michigan which is a no-fault state. They call repeatedly twice a day asking for "cash" and say they won't deal with my insurance company. Its complete BS just tell them to stop calling.
Peter said: Called me I have a block installed on my phone which lets it ring 2 times then a promp comes on and tells the person who calls to put in a security password number, so, if this is and automated call, then it can no longer continue, even if I pick up the phone.
Allergic to Boiler Room Scum said: Hanger Uppers. Hey Frankie, are u Eric's son? Nooooo, you must be "Eric" DBA Capital Accounts VP of Bottom Feeders. I wonder if this number is part of some local prison work release scam created by the ani ..., I mean inmates themselves.
What else spews out of Perkins, OK?
Leah said: I received several calls from this number, including a phone call at 2:30 in the morning previously. They asked if they had reached 'Leah _____' and when I replied 'yes', they hung up. They called several times again, the last time being yesterday at 12:30p. Again, a male voice with a thick accent asked my full name, and when I responded, he hung up again. Before googling the phone number, I reported this to the police, because frankly, this really freaked me out. I at least feel somewhat relieved that this is a scam that others are experiencing and not somebody stalking me. But still, if they call again, I'm going to unleash a stream of obscenities their way.
Benjamin said: James Baker of Rorschach Test owns this phone number. James has spent many years using his failing music project as a front to obtain financial gain to support his crack cocaine habit and misdealings. His usual M.O. is to recruit talented musicians to write music for him. It always ends up in disaster for these unwitting musicians. He will utilize friends and family of the musicians he works with to obtain money. These artist will become so deeply involved with a promise of success that they are easily manipulated out of their financial resources to the point of relying on family for further funding until the money dries up. He also has a habit of organizing meet and greets with persons in a position of small time or local music scenes, then solicits affluent people to watch his power point presentation about the band. Several well known artist as well as music industry insiders have fallen victim to this ruse and have been bilked out of thousands of dollars over the years. The end result is always the same. Once demands are made for a return on their investment James creates a situation so damaging that investors lose their cool. Then he calls the police utilizing voicemails, or internet correspondence of a compromising tone to obtain restraining orders against any financial suitors. Many former musicians of Rorschach Test have also found their equipment missing in the end along with James Baker. During the Bush & Gore tour of 2000 James took off with the touring van full of his bands gear while they ate at a Sacramento area Pizza Hut. He left his entire band as well as the band Genitorturers stranded and robbed in California not to be heard from again until 2007. In 2007 he again recruited players from other acts with this fraud, and he again robbed gear from another prominent musician and also tried to obtain a restraining order to obstruct the return of his personal effects. This time however, James Baker was arrested, and this particular musicians gear was all returned by the Police. He was convicted in a court of law in Colorado for this crime and served probation, as well as a short time in Jail. If you are approached by James Baker to become an investor, or musician in his band, then this is fair warning!! Be sure to research his professional history before becoming involved with this 3rd class "Rockstar" in any way. Simple communication with bands like Korn, Ministry, Skrew, N17, and Genitorturers will completely validate all statements made in this comment. James Baker also finds short term employment as a Church Pastor of all things, as well as a Skip Tracer for collection agencies. He utilizes a Mail Order Seminary Certificate issued to ordain ministers, as well as knowledge of biblical context to con his way into a job as a Pastor at a church when he gets desperate for income. He also seeks employment at collection and recovery agencies from time to time as well. You've been warned!
Caller ID: 360-566-3666
Caller: James Baker- Rorschach Test