Laura said: This is Carmel Financial, a collection department, they are very persistent about who they are trying to get a hold of. Had to change my number cause of the many calls they made a day. They found my cell phone number again and about to change it again.
Tired said: These people have called 9 times today. Yes NINE TIMES! 8:02 AM, 9:09 AM, 10:58 AM, 11:58 AM, 1:01 PM, 2:01 PM, 3:02 PM, 4:03 PM, 5:03 PM. Not one single message was left on my machine & if I was here to answer the phone... They hang ______ up when I answer. There is another debt collection company that has also been calling for someone who had my number over 8 years ago. Looks like they are harassing me for someone else extremely and very old debt. Seriously people I've had this number since May of 2000. Can you not find a better number for this looser and annoy the stuff out of him?
Wilda said: They call my work all the time, you ask company name "Credit Services" what is your call back number, Pause. . . . Hang up!!
Hah what a joke, I feel bad for those that get sucked into a scam as this because they will fall into so much debt and problems they will never be able to get credit. And in today's economy people are suckers to this. Why doesn't the government or other organizations look into these people, they change their company each month one day will be auto warranty to credit services. I just don't get it?
anonymous in Texas said: This one I've gotten on both of my phones that are on the do-not-call list and they are work numbers. It is from a Credit Services company trying to offer their interest rates on credit cards. I know it's a scam cause it says "there is NOTHING wrong with your credit accounts"...lol they don't know me very well obviously.
I once got a person when I pressed '1' for a live operator and the man was rude and pressed buttons in my ear when I told him this was a business number and on the d.n.c. list. the 2nd time it disconnected me after pressing '1'.
sick&tired said: Automated robo-call with a prerecorded message comes in for the third time this week, despite my "pressing 2 now to be removed from our call list". When you press 2, the call hangs up on you. They then call back the next day. Have reported them to the Do Not Call registry and am posting about them whereever I can. Slimy business tactics.
Chatty Cathy said: Just got this one and googled the area code-- Los Angeles. Didn't call them back after reading all the above comments (excellent site, y'all!) My phone's a cell that I just transferred my landline-# to after dumping my landline; I put myself on the do-not-call list, but it takes a bit to become active or so I'm told. -__- This # sounds like a phishing scam if I ever heard one.
JR said: I got a call from these guys for thie first time. 323 is an area code in Los Angeles. The caller ID said "Credit Account" I guess that is there hook to get some poor schmuck to think that they have a credit issue so they will pick up the phone. Of course, they left no message. These guys are complete losers.
Julia said: A really mean woman called to my phone asking for my sister in law, saying her name is Marisol, and gave me this number, when I asked the purpose of the call, she just start telling me that it was none of my business, so I said, I won't pass this message... find her on another way... bye.
Elias said: Es una empresa de queretaro que marca a nombre de varios bancos para cobrar deudas...
Son unos necios, imprudentes e inutiles. Marcan a horas indecentes, toda la semana, preguntando por una persona que ni vive al numero al que se dirigen.