no message, called back, said "reward redemtion"
I got a call on my cell phone from this number. The message said that they had sent multiple letters to me (lie) to try to reduce the interest rate on my credit card. "if I had a greater than $4000 balance on my card press 1 to lower my interest rate". Where did they get my cell number? How did they bypass FCC rules prohibiting telemarketing on a cell phone? I reported to FCC.
Called saying they are a company called DCI looking for old computers. Name was Amy. Said got my info off the net. Asked for my email to send info.
They call my gf's phone once a month or so. Is there any way to find out exactly where they are? If so,I'm there. Their loc in NJ is not far from me. But what address?
Exactly what happened to me. Upon calling back, was told that the call could not be completed as dialed.
That's what i was thinking too. someone or some company using a fake(?) social security number. Wonder if you called social security administration and told them what happened they would tell you if that was a real number or not? tell them maybe someone is committing identity theft by using this as a phone number and giving it out to lots of people. But i don't know how they got our number.we have our phone with cable company and numbers are not published in a phone book.
I desired to prevent this number using this particular service. Wish I found the actual solution here
FIRST TIME CALLER. THE RECORDED MESSAGE STARTED OFF WITH" THIS IS A MESSAGE FROM THE FBI" IT WAS CAUSE FOR IMMEDIATE HANG UP AND PLACED ON MR NUMBER AS SPAM CALL AND FUTURE CALLS TO BE BLOCKED.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)Here you can fill out a complaint form. Keep all eaimls and other documentsIf the scam message came from a Y! Mail account, such as the Nigerian letter, report it here: the violation you're reporting is fraud
"Johnny Walker"?! For real? They are really running out of names lol. Mine was "Mark Wilson" (which is ironically the name of a professional golfer and also a football player)
I am really tired of getting these calls several times a week. Home phone and cell phone.
This number,202-380-9014,my Father has received a couple of calls from this number and it shows up as ACCATel, which I found out is an international phone service Company, "keeping people connected around the world."Here's a new twist for you~the man who called today, claimed he was with the Sweepstakes Fraud Commission and was collecting info on any possible fraudulent activites we may have experienced. My Father had recently been harrassed severely by the Jamaican Scammers and we had to change our number to private/unlisted. So---how did he get the number???
Jj Keller & associates don't call me
they called me today. I let the answering machine take it. No message. Called them back and got AT&T Internet sales office. Hung up. We can't do anything about this?