anonymous said: According to a few other places while lookin up this number Microsoft should be investigating why a bunch of Indians are posing a Microsoft reps and trying to scam people into letting them crash thier computers
Stacey said: Call dropped as soon as I picked it up with what sounded like a busy tone.
anonymous said: called to tell me my home loan approved and I don't have a request in for a home loan. Area code 528 doesn't seem to be valid and the number doesn't exist.
Nicole said: Asked me about a card I supposedly used on their supposed website. I don't use my card anywhere online except ebay, Amazon, and the app store. Nice try.
Old Ed said: Our phone rings with the above number displayed on Caller ID plus the number shown again as the name. When we answer the call after a couple of rings, no one responds. We say hello a couple of times and then hang up. Very annoying. We are registered with the federal do not call program.
anonymous said: Please stop this number and locate who is messing with USA.
They wanted information about my health. Back Pain +Diabetes supplies. I told him, I don't know you and he hung up the phone.
By the way, they called 2 times.
anonymous said: received a number sounded Asian calling and there was a lot of background noise and when I asked why they wanted to talk to the person they waited a second and hung up.
shipdog7 said: As reported earlier this call 1-849-963-4873 is from the Dominican Republic. Mine came with the 1 in front it.
Telephone numbers in the Dominican Republic use area code 809 with 829 and 849 as overlay codes.
Telecommunications in the Dominican Republic use the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) country code, 1, followed by the area code in the same form as an internal area code in other NANP countries, such as the US and Canada.
They will claim to be from the Social Security administration and a bunch of other outlets. It is a scam folks. They are looking for a victim and identity info.