Anon said: Missed a call from this number. Can only assume it was a prank call or telemarketer because the area code is not assigned.
Anon said: could not make her out when she spoke, sounded like her telephone line kept cutting in and out ..
i knew it was from a call center , it took too long for her to pick up my line,
when i kept saying hello, hello.
i told her i did not understand what she was talking about.
and then i hung up.
Anon said: Did not answer - called myself and a friend on the same exchange - no doubt a scammer
Anon said: Conversation noted, seemed to be quite a few people around the phone...this was on my voice mail..there was no greeting...just conversation that I could no understand.
Anon said: I got a call from here and I don't know whom it belongs to. or which place.
Anon said: I have gotten over 40 calls from this number in the last 2 hours (10 in the last minute). Answered it, nobody there. Called back and got the voicemail of a MAGIC JACK customer. No name. This has got to stop.
Anon said: Am wondering whose phone number this is as my husband answered the phone but no one answered
Anon said: A woman named "Jennifer" called and said that I have unwanted programs on my computer and they're getting a report from my computer that I have critical errors. She said the problem is inside my computer and I need a Microsoft Certified Technician to fix it. She wanted me to go to my 'start' button to 'computer' then follow her prompts. (There was no way I would do this but I acted like I was following along to see what else she would do.) I told her that wouldn't work for me so she told me to hit the 'microsoft' button and 'r' so they could get access to my computer. She said I have a trojan horse and she needs to resolve my computer problem. She said since I'm registered with microsoft that she always has access to my computer and her company knows when I have a virus or problem. She wanted me to pay $199.99 over the phone for her to put "software" on my computer so she would keep my computer running properly and get rid of the problems. I told her I'd have to talk to my husband first so she gave me her number so I could call her back and pay for this service. My husband works in IT and IT security. I have no viruses or trojan horses. I'd never give anyone access to my computer and I'd never give anyone a payment over the phone. This company is online and appears legit, but based on this conversation and the way she lied to me to get me to give them money and access to my computer, I'd stay far away.