5627890581 / 562-789-0581

Telephone information: Verizon California Inc.-ca (gte). Whittier, CA. Los Angeles. United states
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Post by unknown,

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Post by Guest,

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Post by Guest,

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Post by Guest,

562-789-0581 The caller is either Veronica Lyons your daughter of Carolyn Clark. They both are nuts and both enjoy prank calling. They have been Nuisance calling me for around a year now. Made Cops reports and nothing was ever done. It sucks but yes its a mother Child psycho team

Post by Here we go again!,

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Post by kgc,

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Post by Guest,

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Post by kgc,

562-789-0581 Your Whittier PD did would something last week. They arrested her for despite of a restraining order and she is to become arraigned March W W within Whittier Court.

Post by Guest,

5627890581 've received hundreds of calls over previous year sometimes W W per daytime. We have to clear your express mail 3 or 4 times per day. Exactly why could t something become done Around this Girl.

Post by Guest,

562-789-0581 Nancy I have read your posts on the other thread and your Cops can t can crap or at least they won t would crap with them.

Post by Guest,

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Post by Guest,

562-789-0581 I get W calls a night out of the mentally ill female caller ID says Veronica Lyons. Police are not helping

Post by Guest,

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7877583368 Complains by Guest,

Prohibit co popular

8023210010 Complains by mike,

I got your call on W W Approximately P. I don't have any Notion who that is or what kind of call this really is.

3175524000 Complains by Guest,

spam

2162391592 Complains by VIk C,

These guys have to be part of the legal courier scam that is going on like all the other 855 numbers. A guy calls, you can't even understand his name, he doesn't say what company he works for, or who he is representing, and he claims that I have been put on his schedule for him to deliver legal documents for a court appearance. He calls from a private number and then he says if I have any questions I should call the filing office and gives the 855-935-3640 with a claim number. He called yesterday and just called me again on my cell phone, now he is claiming he will be stopping by my house on Monday. I KNOW for a fact, I do not have any outstanding debts, all my debt problems have been resolved a couple years ago so I know this is a scam. First off, DO NOT allow them to threaten you to say you will go to jail. These people DO NOT and CANNOT issue warrants for your arrest, that is impossible!!!!!!!!! District attorneys and the police handle stuff like that. Second, legal courier people DO NOT CALL YOU TO SAY WHEN THEY ARE COMING, they just show up to make sure they catch you off guard to receive the documents. Third, if they were to call you for some miraculous reason, they always would identify what company they work for and what company they are representing which the legal documents would be from. I am sick of these people and all of the phone calls. I am recording all the stuff that is going on, i saved the voicemails and if this guy shows up I am answering the door with the phone in my hand to call the police. But first I will take a picture of this guy, ask for his identification, take a picture of his car and license plate and if he gets his flight or fight response I know its a scam and I will not hesitate to call 911, someone needs to take a stand and these people need to start getting arrested.The government doesn't seem to be doing anything about all these scams, my parent's house received over 20 calls a day just from scammers, all of which to claim to be legit organizations or businesses. I research each number and everyone says they are scams. None of this is getting betters, its getting worse, more and more calls and I'll be damned if someone is going to steal my hard-earned money for their own self-satisfaction that they don't want to make their own money. How many people have fallen for this and lost so much money because of these people???? It is ridiculous!EVERYONE PLEASE BEWARE!!!!!!! Don't fall for any of these guys, don't believe what they say, especially if you start questioning who they are and ask more questions than they are comfortable with they will hang up on you! That is another HUGE RED FLAG they are scammers.

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Spam

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violating don't phone list

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annoying black Man.

5203182724 Complains by lamet,

Simple - CROOKS DO NOT FOLLOW ANY LAWS - why would DONOT CALL laws be any different.  Loans with no credit checks are SCAMS - called Advance fee Loan ScamsAdvance-Fee Loan Scams: ‘Easy’ Cash Offers Teach Hard Lessonshttp://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/telemarketing/tel16.shtmAdvance-Fee Loan Scams: ‘Easy’ Cash Offers Teach Hard LessonsLooking for a loan or credit card but don’t think you’ll qualify? Turned down by a bank because of your poor credit history?You may be tempted by ads and websites that guarantee loans or credit cards, regardless of your credit history. The catch comes when you apply for the loan or credit card and find out you have to pay a fee in advance. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, that could be a tip-off to a rip-off. If you’re asked to pay a fee for the promise of a loan or credit card, you can count on the fact that you’re dealing with a scam artist. More than likely, you’ll get an application, or a stored value or debit card, instead of the loan or credit card.The Signs of an Advance-Fee Loan ScamThe FTC says some red flags can tip you off to scam artists’ tricks. For example:A lender who isn’t interested in your credit history. A lender may offer loans or credit cards for many purposes — for example, so a borrower can start a business or consolidate bill payments. But one who doesn’t care about your credit record should give you cause for concern. Ads that say “Bad credit? No problem” or “We don’t care about your past. You deserve a loan” or “Get money fast” or even “No hassle — guaranteed” often indicate a scam. Banks and other legitimate lenders generally evaluate creditworthiness and confirm the information in an application before they guarantee firm offers of credit — even to creditworthy consumers. Fees that are not disclosed clearly or prominently. Scam lenders may say you’ve been approved for a loan, then call or email demanding a fee before you can get the money. Any up-front fee that the lender wants to collect before granting the loan is a cue to walk away, especially if you’re told it’s for “insurance,” “processing,” or just “paperwork.” Legitimate lenders often charge application, appraisal, or credit report fees. The differences? They disclose their fees clearly and prominently; they take their fees from the amount you borrow; and the fees usually are paid to the lender or broker after the loan is approved. It’s also a warning sign if a lender says they won’t check your credit history, yet asks for your personal information, such as your Social Security number or bank account number. They may use your information to debit your bank account to pay a fee they’re hiding. A loan that is offered by phone. It is illegal for companies doing business in the U.S. by phone to promise you a loan and ask you to pay for it before they deliver. A lender who uses a copy-cat or wanna-be name. Crooks give their companies names that sound like well-known or respected organizations and create websites that look slick. Some scam artists have pretended to be the Better Business Bureau or another reputable organization, and some even produce forged paperwork or pay people to pretend to be references. Always get a company’s phone number from the phone book or directory assistance, and call to check they are who they say they are. Get a physical address, too: a company that advertises a PO Box as its address is one to check out with the appropriate authorities. A lender who is not registered in your state. Lenders and loan brokers are required to register in the states where they do business. To check registration, call your state Attorney General’s office or your state’s Department of Banking or Financial Regulation. Checking registration does not guarantee that you will be happy with a lender, but it helps weed out the crooks.A lender who asks you to wire money or pay an individual. Don’t make a payment for a loan or credit card directly to an individual; legitimate lenders don’t ask anyone to do that. In addition, don’t use a wire transfer service or send money orders for a loan. You have little recourse if there’s a problem with a wire transaction, and legitimate lenders don’t pressure their customers to wire funds.Finally, just because you’ve received a slick promotion, seen an ad for a loan in a prominent place in your neighborhood or in your newspaper, on television or on the Internet, or heard one on the radio, don’t assume it’s a good deal — or even legitimate. Scam artists like to operate on the premise of legitimacy by association, so it’s really important to do your homework. Finding Low-Cost Help for Credit ProblemsIf you have debt problems, try to solve them with your creditors as soon as you realize you won’t be able to make your payments. If you can’t resolve the problems yourself or need help to do it, you may want to contact a credit counseling service. Nonprofit organizations in every state counsel and educate people and families on debt problems, budgeting, and using credit wisely. Often, these services are low- or no-cost. Universities, military bases, credit unions, and housing authorities also may offer low- or no-cost credit counseling programs. To learn more about dealing with debt, including how to select a credit counseling service, visit ftc.gov/credit. Where to ComplainIf you think you’ve had an experience with an advance-fee loan scam, report it to the FTC. The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint or to get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. April 2008 Just When You Thought It Was Safe...Advance-Fee Loan "Sharks"http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt028.shtmJust When You Thought It Was Safe...Advance-Fee Loan "Sharks"A different breed of "loan shark" is preying on unwary consumers by taking their money for the promise of a loan, credit card or other extension of credit.Advertisements and promotions for advance-fee loans "guarantee" or suggest that there's a high likelihood of success that the loan will be awarded, regardless of the applicant's credit history. But, to take advantage of the offer, the consumer first has to pay a fee. And that's the catch: The consumer pays the fee, the scam artist takes off with the money, and the loan never materializes.Legitimate guaranteed offers of credit do not require payments up front. Legitimate lenders may require consumers to pay application, appraisal or credit report fees, but these fees seldom are required before the lender is identified and the application completed. In addition, the fees generally are paid to the lender, not to the broker or arranger of the "guaranteed" loan.Legitimate lenders may guarantee firm offers of credit to credit-worthy consumers, but they rarely do this before evaluating a consumer's creditworthiness.Advertisements for advance-fee loans generally appear in the classified section of daily and weekly newspapers and magazines. Often, the ads feature "900" numbers, which result in charges on your phone bill. Advance-fee loans also are promoted through direct mail and radio and cable TV spots. The appearance of ads in media outlets that you recognize - like your local newspaper or radio station - is no guarantee of the legitimacy of the company behind the ad.The Federal Trade Commission says you can avoid being bitten by advance-fee loan sharks: Here's how: Don't pay for a promise. It's illegal for companies doing business by phone to promise you a loan and ask you to pay for it before they deliver. Ignore any ad - or hang up on any caller - that guarantees a loan in exchange for an advance fee. Legitimate lenders never "guarantee" or say that you will receive a loan before you apply, especially if you have bad credit or no credit record. Never give your credit card or bank account numbers, or Social Security Number, over the telephone unless you are familiar with the company and know why the information is necessary. The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint or to get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. May 2000Calls about Grants - there are no credit checks for Grants - those calls are all scams

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8002195262 Complains by Katie,

Simply acquired a call Decided it Upwards your Individual addressed me by my nickname not legal name and the call was disconnected. I tried calling it back and got your message your telephone cannot become completed as dialed. . .

8002007858 Complains by Bryan Chung,

I got repeated calls from this phone number 3 4 times per daytime. No 1 response. No voice messages

8002022385 Complains by rich,

called. me . . its most likely NRA

8002195520 Complains by Walter,

I Only got a phone from them as nicely. I live in Texas if that means anything.

8002224227 Complains by Lowie,

Called here for someone name Lewis. don't live here. He was leaving a message on my replying machine when I picked up he Put Upward. In fact I believe this is that same Amount that called several months Past I was told they can take my number away their list. Name on called id is unavailable.

8002147153 Complains by TS,

no message left on answering machine.

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