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9704093410I received a call asking to speak with the manager of one of my employees this morning. I asked what I could do for her and she wanted me to know there were "serious charges pending" for my guy and someone would be coming down to the office location to serve papers. The best thing I could do was get him on the phone to make an arrangement "on the claim" to take care of the matter before it came to that. She then asked me to transfer him into the call or transfer the call to him. I said I could not do that unless she could give me more information around the "claim". Honestly the mixing of "charges" and "claim" looked really suspect to me... I googled the number she was calling from and saw it come up in this forum, and then asked her what her name was. She said she didn't want to tell me because she gets harassing phone calls from irate people and the Firm she is contracted by said she doesn't have to tell me. I asked her for that "Firm" name and she said "Comprehensive". I said "is this insurance, legal, medical, collections"? she said she didn't know... Alright, if you say you can't confirm this I'd buy it, but "I don't know"? - Reeks of scam. I told her if she wanted to speak with one of my employees that she would have to give me her name and a phone number or I refused to do anything for her. She said "Fine, my name is Jenna Miller. and the number for Comprehensive is 855-683-2090". She also gave me a case ID number but as soon as I saw her name, which I already saw in multiple forums for bogus info scams I knew it was all crap. She asked if I was going to get him, I said, "No, I am not" I'll provide him this information and he can call you or your "firm" back. She got real pushy and asked me for my name and phone number which I happily gave her. She asked me for a good time to call me back and I said "noon". Lets see if she calls back... I can't wait to tell her this call is being recorded and will be submitted to the states atty office, BBB, and the FBI.MHMCT72016-04-09 07:56:52
9703766422i got an automated call saying they were from Bank of Oklahoma, calling about my account and asking me to verify I was who I was by entering the last 4 digits of my ss#, which is the access code to my account. I did not give them the info, I hung up. Then I went TO the bank to speak to them and the CSR said they NEVER ask for your access code, so I think it was a scam.Perri Hurst32016-04-10 09:12:25
9704093413Answers John from Medic Alert calling to set up free installation. Keeps talking when you tell him you didn't order Medic Alert. Calls repeatedly when told to stop. Seems more like prank, harassing calls than telemarketingGuest72016-04-11 09:43:26
9702412076This caller is very persistant, insisting that I won $7 Million dollars! He says I need to pay a fee of $1200 in order to collect the money. It is a scam. He keeps calling and callng me, so I have blocked his number. Don't talk to this guy, he is trouble.Steve L.32016-04-12 23:12:50
9705070530I just got a call from 517-933-2009, I hung up as I knew it was a telemarketer due to the pause before the woman spoke. She did not call back. I researched the # and found this site. I am wondering if we can determine if there is a vendor we all shopped with, and an employee taking the info. I bought a tree online in memory of a friend that died. It was through an online site for only $1. I thought it was a good "green" thing to do and that a dollar was so little, and the thought would mean a lot. Well, now I am worried that this dollar purchase may have started credit card fraud. The payment for the $1 tree was put through the amazon website, which I had an account and had saved an old credit card number. (although I cancelled that card and used a differnt one). My Amzaon online account was also connected to a online account. The next day a $600 video game purchase was entered in my target online account, but target noticed the charge and didnt put it through, they cancelled my target online account. I cancelled my Visa cards and closed the accounts.AmazonTargetshopper32016-04-13 22:12:20
9702412083Well I don't owe any money and I don't know anybody else that is late so why are they calling me. I did not pick up, I'm going by what Dilbert said.Gadget52016-04-14 05:08:54
9702412077Repeated calls over the last few weeks, never leave a message.  I looked up and visually verified the physical address associated with Pinnacle Health and the phone number - guess what?  IT DOESN'T EXIST!Mo52016-04-15 14:29:16
9704093414Message Says..Class: PersonalWelcome to Mazuma Credit Union smart banking system.  Call now: 818-483-5663 to verify payments history and claim your Mazuma Credit Union 25$ fidelity bonus.Monica Thomas42016-04-15 20:02:14
9703334020This is the 3rd warranty scam call I've gotten in the past week (2 to my home number and 1 to my cell).  This is really getting aggravating.gadawg9532016-04-16 11:51:23
9704093409Keeps calling my number with a very fake woman voice that you can hardly understand. Hangs up and calls again and again and again --- Scam!Guest62016-04-17 05:07:47
9703334015Yes, I received a call from this nubmer also harrassing me about a check, that I never wrote, they have the wrong person and they did not try to apologize, they kept saying I was lying......and I will go to jail.  I finally had to call the District Attorney's office to stop the harassment.Manny42016-04-20 03:01:31
9706237466if they work with attorneys then they are not collecting, especially if YOU called THEM. second if it is in the process of being turned over to attorneys (legal matter) fdcpa does not apply. idiotlisten52016-05-07 18:43:30
9706237465This is TW-RR (Time Warner-Road Runner) calling you back via their automated messaging system, asking you what you thought of their service.What was most irritating is that this call came in while I was talking them! Good grief. Could you at least wait until I finished with you, before asking me how my experience was?I called TW-RR 800-627-2288, 1, 4, eventually got to billing dept. Spoke to a Penny, then a Taiesha (sp?). I said I was at $38.95 and now the bill spiked up to $52.50. I'm not here to subsidize you folks in the central city. All I have is internet. I don’t want all your other worthless junk.I said there was absolutely NO notice in the mail. You've got so much junk tucked in, all visual noise, none of which matters!An invoice should provide the pertinent information in prominent fashion, rather than becoming a visual obstacle course, much like fine print.I said TW-RR is getting worse, and forcing me into the next step of contemplating back to something even worse, AT&T’s DSL. Try to keep your good customers, instead of spurring on churn, much like insurance-churn, or cellular phone churn.I asked for a 2-yr. contract, like last time, and she could only do a 1-yr. contract. I said instead of the prolific amount of crap included with my billing, how about just the billing only and the next long-term, dramatically reduced rate?TW-RR has clearly taken a page from the Obama Administration, charge the good customers, in order to subsidize and redistribute to others! This Taiesha lady reluctantly gave me Work Order # xxxxxxx, after I had to ask her. You would think she would offer up this info without my having to ask for it.One positive thing at least she did not “axe” me a question as I detest Ebonics. It isn’t cute, it isn’t business-like; it’s inexcusable. That much I have to give her.Al32016-05-08 02:10:03
9703003025Got a call from this number on my cell, which I dont generally give out. ON May 31, 2008.A man left a voicemail starting with my name, said he was with the "Mega Bucks Sweepstakes Lottery Company" calling in regards to a winning that they had with Me. And that they were calling, "with regards to my check, and its delivery." And gave a different number to call back, which is in Nevada. 702-874-3285Geoff32016-06-15 10:05:59
9703153673Yes, I keep getting them too.  I talked to the guy and asked to be taken off the list and he hung up (of course)  Can you report them to police?  What is the process?heath52016-06-16 03:38:38
9705552010Yesterday I got a call from 864-641-3279, "Capital Processing Service", that was remarkably similar to the calls I got from Cardinal Legal Network, including the format of their voicemail greeting and the fact that the mailboxes were full. It *could* be a coincidence.Annette32016-06-16 07:57:36
9705552013got a call late afternoon 10/22/13 which i did not answer. they didn't leave a message. Don't know who it is or what they wanted. If I don't recognize the number I let the call go to the answering machine. If they don't leave a message I assume(ya I know) it was a telemarketer, and if I continue to get calls from same number I block it.Guest62016-06-16 09:24:28
9702837562These guys call all hours of the day and night,  weekends, holidays, you name it.  I had them put on my "do not call list" and they continue to call.George72016-06-16 09:46:43
9705552016One leg of this scam has been shut down:Even scam artists are outsourcing. On Tuesday in its first crackdown on fraudulent telemarketing in South Asia, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it was shutting down two California-based companies that used a call center in India to defraud Americans out of more than $5 million over the past two years. Workers in India made threatening calls to Americans getting them to pay money on debts that they didn't owe, the FTC charges. At an FTC press conference in Chicago on Tuesday, fraud victim JanLaree DeJulius explained that she had received a call from someone claiming to be an enforcement officer from the (phony) "Federal Department of Crime and Prevention," who threatened to have her arrested and have her wages garnished if she didn't pay a bill of more than $730. The scam artists had gotten her name and information from a payday loan her ex-husband had taken out in her name."It was very embarrassing," Dejulius said. "He knew everything about me so I agreed to set up an installment." She is not alone. According to the FTC, more than 8 million calls were made since 2010 and at least 17,000 transactions processed across the United States related to the global scam. On Tuesday under request from the FTC, a U.S. District Court in Chicago stopped the international operation, charging Varang K. Thaker and two companies he owned, American Credit Crunchers, LLC, and an affiliate Ebeeze, LLC, with violating the FTC Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. "This is a brazen operation based on pure fraud, and the FTC is committed to shutting it down," said David Vladeck, director of the FTC's consumer protection bureau. "Consumers should not be pressured into paying debt they don't remember owing. Legitimate debt collectors must provide consumers with both written information about the debt, and instructions for protecting themselves if they don't think they owe the debt."According to the FTC's charges, Thaker used Social Security numbers and bank account numbers obtained from payday lenders to identify the victims for his scam. He outsourced the work to an Indian call center, where workers made threatening calls to American consumers to pay fake debt or collect on bills for which they were not authorized. Thaker was not available when contacted by telephone on Tuesday. A woman who claimed to be Thaker's older sister and asked not to be named for privacy reasons said he is working with the FTC to help the Indian government pursue the fraudster call center operators. She also said he was innocent in the scam. "He was being used by somebody. He didn't even know where they got the information," she told The Huffington Post by phone. She said that her brother got 10 percent of the earnings from the scam operation.The FTC charges against Thaker are the latest in a series of police actions by the government agency to put an end to rogue debt collection operations that have become more frequent in the aftermath of the Great Recession. In January, the FTC struck a $2.5-million settlement with debt-buying company Asset Acceptance, LLC, charging that the company had falsely represented itself to customers, including making up phantom debts that customers no longer owed. Last October, the FTC filed a complaint against seven other fraudulent debt collectors, alleging that they had engaged in the same techniques -- demanding money from customers who owed nothing at all.The growing number of Americans who are unable to pay their bills has meant there are more companies looking to profit from their economic difficulties. Debt collectors have been taking more aggressive tactics as fewer people are able to make ends meet or are in a cycle of debt. More than 30 million Americans are in debt collection, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Since 2010, more than 4,000 complaints have been filed with the FTC and state attorneys general about fraudulent debt collection calls, the FTC said. Charles Junitkka, a personal bankruptcy attorney who represents clients in the New York City area, said, "In the last few years, the desperation of the collectors and their efforts have intensified because of the economy."This story has been updated to reflect comment from a woman who says she is the sister of Varang Thaker. Thaker himself was unavailable for comment. ... _n_1289751.htmlConsumers across the country report that they're getting telephone calls from people trying to collect on loans the consumers never received or on loans they did receive but for amounts they do not owe. Others are receiving calls from people seeking to recover on loans consumers received but where the creditors never authorized the callers to collect for them. So what's the story?The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, is warning consumers to be on the alert for scam artists posing as debt collectors. It may be hard to tell the difference between a legitimate debt collector and a fake one. Sometimes a fake collector may even have some of your personal information, like a bank account number. A caller may be a fake debt collector if he:is seeking payment on a debt for a loan you do not recognize; refuses to give you a mailing address or phone number; asks you for personal financial or sensitive information; or exerts high pressure to try to scare you into paying, such as threatening to have you arrested or to report you to a law enforcement agency. If you think that a caller may be a fake debt collector:Ask the caller for his name, company, street address, and telephone number. Tell the caller that you refuse to discuss any debt until you get a written "validation notice." The notice must include the amount of the debt, the name of the creditor you owe, and your rights under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. If a caller refuses to give you all of this information, do not pay! Paying a fake debt collector will not always make them go away. They may make up another debt to try to get more money from you. Stop speaking with the caller. If you have the caller's address, send a letter demanding that the caller stop contacting you, and keep a copy for your files. By law, real debt collectors must stop calling you if you ask them to in writing. Do not give the caller personal financial or other sensitive information. Never give out or confirm personal financial or other sensitive information like your bank account, credit card, or Social Security number unless you know whom you're dealing with. Scam artists, like fake debt collectors, can use your information to commit identity theft – charging your existing credit cards, opening new credit card, checking, or savings accounts, writing fraudulent checks, or taking out loans in your name. Contact your creditor. If the debt is legitimate – but you think the collector may not be – contact your creditor about the calls. Share the information you have about the suspicious calls and find out who, if anyone, the creditor has authorized to collect the debt. Report the call. Contact the FTC and your state Attorney General's office with information about suspicious callers. Many states have their own debt collection laws in addition to the federal FDCPA. Your Attorney General's office can help you determine your rights under your state's law.> 11:18:03
9705552019Just another pathetic example of how our government's enacted laws ("Do Not Call" Registry) DO NOT WORK.Sick of it, Too!72016-06-16 13:19:10
9702837558I'm recieving lots of calls and voicemails in a language I don't understand and today I recieved 3 texts saying hello John, creepyJohn52016-06-16 20:49:53
9705552015I received a phone call today from Carlos Martin from 305-853-8700. He said I was reported for fraudulent check charges (it's from a loan I didn't payoff) and that he was sending an officer out to my job at 1:00 today to arrest me. I think this is bogus but can anyone out there tell me if they can really do that?Misty72016-06-16 22:15:39
9703153670this number has been temp blocked until additude changesGuest62016-06-17 04:45:07
9703153671It's Golden Triangle Dialysis.  If you're not a patient or employee, maybe they're dialing the wrong number.  Give them a call back and find out why they are calling you.Rodney72016-06-17 06:27:03
9703153658carro locoGuest42016-06-17 06:43:24
9705552014called about loosing weightGuest72016-06-17 11:09:09
9703153672saying i won something.Guest72016-06-17 12:36:51
9703003028Telemarketer for some kind of business advertising service. Wants to send someone out to meet the owner next day to provide "information" to help sell our products and services. If you decline they begin insulting you and your company.Guest62016-06-21 05:13:51
9702380203What a loser I'm from the New York area don't know anyone in Indiana, must be someone with a low self-esteem and a low IQ and no wifeGuest72016-07-04 16:11:09
9702380204called x 2Guest32016-07-04 21:27:59
9702380208Fax machineGuest42016-07-04 23:45:53
9702380209Mr. Klimin (?) purports to be from Microsoft, and informs me that someone is trying to break into my computer. Mr. Klimin has an accent which seems to indicate he is from India, clipped, British and courteous. I quickly told him to stop bothering me with these garbage calls, and said goodby as I hung up.Guest72016-07-05 06:38:12
9702380206do not recognize area code or phone number.. no message leftGuest52016-07-05 19:42:53
9702380202are they legitimate?  Did you speak with Alexis or Barbara?Ann52016-07-05 19:43:51
9702380210No text r callGuest32016-07-06 03:54:09
9702380207NO MEESAGE WAS LEFTTONYA ROGERS32016-07-06 05:39:27
9702380205travelGuest62016-07-06 07:31:13
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9705790133Called. Did not leave a message. Not out of an Place I would have any business or private Connections along with. Guest92015-11-05 10:05:50
9703003121Called many times i didn't awns er Sand no message was left. Anyone else getting a call out of this number. . Guest72015-11-05 15:12:48
9703968675trying for tell me i have credit card activity on my account i dint 've just one if i present a lot of info. Guest12015-11-06 09:44:46
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9706803912Called repeatedly! I called it back since it was a local number. Before I could say anything, he said he was with something to do with Healthcare, call was being recorded, wanted to ask me questions about my Healthcare and then asked "Can you hear me ok?" This is a scam going around where they record you saying yes then use it as "proof" of you agreeing to whatever they use it for970-680-391262017-05-15 19:38:04

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