Al said: Rec'd another junk marketing ph call from 267-484-4454. No msg left. - [11:35 am] - Appears to be from S.E. Pennsylvania.
Anyone that thinks "you've got a friend in PA" is nuts. Drive thru there once, and you'll see.
And what's up with stupid people that continue to call here, and never leave a message. Clearly the call isn't important, they are phishing, and have a devious, sinister approach.
Where are all the STUPID Obama and code-pink supporters that are going to protect me from all of these obnoxious telemarketing scumbags, instead of worrying about spreading my wealth around?
jade said: Rec'd yet another junk marketing ph call from 267-484-4454. No msg left. - [4:05 pm] - Appears to be from S.E. Pennsylvania.
Where are all the stupid Obama supporters, the code-pink crowd with their all-night vigils protesting the dirtbags that call, never leave a message, and are devious in what they want? Oh, I guess the Obama supporters are just like the devious telemarketing dirtbags.
If their true intentions were to see the light of day, they would run and hide like rats!
ARK said: Someone named Sam called me from this number from Kaplan Testing.
I have signed up to do NCLEX testing practice through them, but did not anticipate or want any type of phone calls.
She mentioned something about a course on February 16th as well that I have no knowledge of or want to attend. I will be checking my credit card statements to see if they have double charged me for items I did not want or need.
gen said: I got the same thing about 5 min. ago. I don't answer calls like this, but it was CTN FNTS.
metoo said: I get the same robo-call pretty much every day telling me my vehicle warranty is about to expire. I don't own a car. I've pressed the button to be removed from the call list about 25 times with no result. I've spoken to a representative who immediately hung up on me. The call I received today came from this number.
RWI said: Our situation is almost identical to the one described by CWI. Harold Lucas first emailed us on 11/06/08. Only after we got his "Purchase Order", and started researching technical issues did we come across this website which confirmed our suspicions that something wasn't right. I then contacted Exxon in Houston directly (not using the info on his PO) to alert them to the problem. They are well aware of it and are regularly contacted by small companies who have been or were almost victimized.
Taylor said: They have called twice in 2 days, as soon as I answer the phone with my company name they hang up.