I received the same call on Nov 10, 2013 and they didn't leave a message.
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Keep calling every day and nigth
my caller id shows Maryland and I am tired of the credit card scams. Illegal
Caller said they were from B of A, but wanted ME to give HER my business account number. Didn't do it and she sounded irritated and said that she wouldn't be able to help me with correcting some problem with the account. I told her I didn't have a problem with the account and hung up and called my actual Merchant Services rep from B of A. He said that B of A would not place a call to me and ask my for the account number over the phone. BEWARE
caller ID says, Member Update but no message is left.
Continues to call even though I am on the Do Not Call registry.
They keep calling. I hve never cotacted them, I have asked them to stopThey call several times a week and have been doing it for over a year now.
Steve Seamans-Photographer607 Trout Run Ct Odenton MD3013992375http://www.steveseamansphotography.comPhoto art that captures the best moments of your life.
Calls my cell phone several times per day.
They call wanting to lower my credit card account (I do not own a credit card) They call wanting me to lower my Home interest rates. I can not get any lower. Two to Three times a day
I listened to the robo-voice who said she is Cathy. She said as a past customer (I am NOT), I am eligible to schedule services. I pressed 9 to be removed from their list, as instructed. Here's hoping....
Robocall from generically named The Carpet Cleaning Company, claiming I am a previous customer. I have wood floors.
Smith LandscapingAddress:9818 Michaels Way, Ellicott City, MD 20142Phone: (301) 213-1811Website: http://smith-landscaping.comI started a lawn service when I was in high school so I could make extra gas money, and since then I have built up my business by word of mouth. I take great pride in my work and treat every lawn as if it were my own. I only use commercial grade equipmentlandscaping,residential,bush removal,mulching,lawn careLandscaping Company, Landscaping Service, Residential Lawn Care, Tree Pruning, Lawn Care Service
just another robo dialer
Constant calls. Two or three per day. No voice mails.
Rec'd several calls in same day
Scam thisWhen they ask you if this is your real name, tell them no, they must have the wrong number. Then go IMMEDIATELY into the following pieces of information.Name: Vernon Johnson (Sometimes Vernon uses the middle initial S) Not my real name.Address: 3619 Hillcrest Road Bethlehem, PA 18036 (No such address in Bethlehem PA)Social Security Number: 409-52-2002 (Elvis isn't using it anymore)Credit Card: Wells Fargo VISACredit card number: 4465-4203-4268-0972 (Wells Fargo non-existent number)Security code on back: 279Expiration date: 05/15Current balance: 16,207.22 (Use this for continuity as far as Vernon is concerned)Interest rate: 16.7% (Use this for continuity as far as Vernon is concerned)Minimum payment: 75.00 per month (Use this for continuity as far as Vernon is concerned)Wells Fargo customer service: 800-642-4720 (That's real)Vernon's date of birth: 2/29/44Mr. Johnson, this credit card number is no good.Well I used it last night to buy gas at the local (Wherever).Does your wife have a cardYes, but I don't know the number and she's at work.Can we call her at workYes. Then give the number of your local Attorney General's office.This information works for credit card scams, medical bracelet scams, home alarm company scams, etc., etc., etc.USE IT Keep they scum sucking b*****ds on the phone as long as you can.
If you call the number back you get a recording saying that this number is no longer in service.
They keep calling and hanging up
:28 MOST COMMON VIOLATIONS OF YOUR RIGHTS BY DEBT COLLECTORS: ABUSIVE METHODS USED BY DEBT COLLECTORS. 1) Repeatedly calling your telephone. 2) Cursing, swearing or otherwise profaning at you during phone calls. 3) Contacting and disclosing your debt to other people. 4) Contacting you without...
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