anonymous said: this number appeared on a fraudulent credit card purchase. they also used the e-mail address of fusion (at) mail.com. beware.
anonymous said: An Indian-type accented male called saying that my home computer had many errors and he was going to tell me how to go into my computer to view them and get rid of them. He knows my specific computer has these errors because of some system that can locate the computer and notify this company, giving them my number to call. After letting him talk for a few minutes I asked for his name and number so I could call him back when I had more time. He hung up.
anonymous said: unsolicited and unwelcome call on my cell phone
anonymous said: unsolicited and unwelcomed call on my cell phone
anonymous said: Foreign lady saying hey, calls back and asks about why you have blocked her
anonymous said: These people are annoying and claim I filled out a loan application. They speak with an accent. Don't trust them!
anonymous said: said they were Verizon wireless - could barely speak English - Scam - tried to get information about my wireless internet