phonewarrior said: Looks like the calls will stop the FTC found the poeple and shut them down. It is all over the FTC website today. The same people that did the warranty dialed for the card services lower interest rate, Network foundations.
Here is the link to the ftc website.
Tom C said: If You Don't Hang Up They Can't Disconnect You it Drives Them Nuts. They will try everything to make you hang up.
Good for Hours of Fun. Turn the Tables on them. Press 1 Or 6 WhatEver and Don'T Hang Up Just Listen and Laugh While they try to make you hang Up. And Best of All it Keeps Calling Them Back.
jna001 said: This number called me immediately after I got a call from Omnipresent. I'm sure it was them, calling me back for money they are trying to scam me out of. Three years ago, they told me they were going to give me 5 FREE magazine subscriptions, a diamond bracelet, and a bunch of other stuff. I asked them how they got my number and they said through my Visa card. Then they had to confirm my card, so I did (stupid!!). Next they tell me that they are going to charge me $5 a week for four years for this. I told them no, I don't have that kind of money. Never heard from them until about 2 months ago. Now they want me to pay them the 700 some dollars that I supposedly owe them. I never got a thing from them. So no, I am NOT going to pay them. I mention having them mail me this in writing so I can show it to my lawyer, and they hang up.
dmauels said: I found this information online... I get nothing but fax tones or dialing sounds after a silence. When called back am told with recording that number is out of service.
Correct Systems [More info]
11041 Ables Ln
Category > Audio Visual Equipment & Supplies (Wholesale)
yellow said: I just got a call from this number. I never answer calls from a number I do not recognize, I let it go to voice-mail (I figure if its important, they will leave a message). Even though the name for the Caller ID shows IXC COMM, the guy on the voice mail says he is from Sims Associates. He has our names (my husband's and my) right, but I'm still not going to call him back. The voice-mail he left consists of the following (with the "case number" and our real names left out):
This message is for [name] or [name], uh, This is Bob Foster contacting you from Sims Associates. Either one of you needs to call me back today it is very important that I speak to you, about an important business matter that you two have with my office. You can return my call back at 866-572-8788. Also when you call back please refer to file number [number]. [repeats file number]. This is Bob Foster contacting you from Sims Associates. Thank you.
I refuse to call back, and if they call me back and I feel like answering the phone, I will record the call. I also have a very detailed, easily accessible caller ID list and I get an email with the voice-mail attachment from my phone company when I get a new one. (In other words, I'm planing for them to leave a data trail to prove that they were harassing me... if they call back).
Also, I believe my husband has requested a certified letter from them proving that they own the debt and what the debt is about. Its been months, and no letter. Hrmm....
Mike said: Calls just about once every other day, at around 5pm.
I pick up, no one ever answers.
Someone stop these illegal telemarketers. I'm on a the do not call list, and while this is generally working pretty well these days, these guys ignore it, and need to be punished.
Dawn said: Received a call on my cell phone from this number. When I answered, no one was there and the call disconnected. who is this and how can I get my number removed. This is the second time in 2 months I've received a call from this number.
Steve said: I get these calls at work all the time. Here's a solution, but it will only work if a lot of people do it. Press 1 and get a human on the other end. Then, just keep talking until they hang up. Say anything but don't give them ANY personal information. If enough people do that, their business will fold!
rachel said: My cell phone showed this number (coming from the state of Maryland). Normally I do not answer a call from a number I do not recognize, but since I have grandparents who live there I was a little concerned and answered it. What seems to be an actual person (woman's voice) says they have been trying to reach me via mail about my car's warranty and to wait a moment. Then an obvious automated message comes on to say more about it. I didn't even let the message finish it's course and hung up. I knew it was fraudulant because I bought my car from a private individual 6 years ago. It is old and nearing 200,000 miles! Be very careful when dealing with calls like this!