you would think they'd get the message when you don't answer the first hundred times they call.d u h
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called me twice today, Its a female probably in her 20s/30s.
This person left an automated call on my work voicemail. stating I am involved in some sort of litigation and a restraining order will be taken out on me if I don't call back within 4 hours.THIS IS A SCAM
It was the same thing (about lowering my credit card rate). This time, I was actually able to talk to someone, and hung up on them after I told them to take me off their list.
In order to provide better service, EBSCO TeleServices is expanding its inbound Customer Service hours to include more evening and weekend coverage. The change means we will be much more avaialable to answer incoming calls for those wondering why we are calling them. To review, EBSCO TeleServices makes calls on behalf of a variety of ( mostly ) publishers to make special offers on magazine renewals to current or recent customers. This type of calling is allowed to those on the National and most State Do Not Call lists. If you would like to be taken off the calling list, simply let us know ( call 330-492-2913 ) and we will stop the calls in a reasonable amount of time ( usually 1 - 2 business days ). If you are curious as to what magazine we are calling about and would like to know what special offer is available, we can handle that also. If you wish you can also contact us via our web-site - 11/11/13.
Received a voicemail from a Private caller referencing a restraining order. I called the number they left(330-205-7460)and was told that I was being sued for some kind of loan in the amount of 2,500. But if I wanted to settle out of court, they would accept 1,500. Complete garbage. I never took out this so-called loan. The person I spoke with told me that a uniformed police officer would be serving me a subpoena at work since I didn't want to pay. Nice try, my husband is a police officer, they serve criminal warrants, not fake subpoenas. The scary part about this scam is that they had a lot of my personal information: cell number, place of employment, and at least the last 4 digits of my social security number. I've had calls like this in the past but they were obviously foreign, the person I spoke with from this number was from the states. These people need to be stopped.
The call came in while I was away. Apparently the woman making the call could not figure out she was talking to an answering system even though the greeting says to leave a message after the tone
I've received four calls today, three yesterday, three the day before that, and one the two days before that. I don't know who this person is.
The voicemail message was left on my work phone stating that if I did not call back within 4 business days that a warrant for my arrest would be issued and they would be forced to contact my supervisor. They also stated that I should have an attorney contact them as well.These are all bogus and false claims and I have actually thought about reporting them to news stations to get them exposed. I haven't taken out a payday loan in several years now, but I believe this is where the calls stem from. Recently Payday Max and Magnum Payday Loan have been temporarily shut down for claims of loaning illegal funds to customers...so you tell me who the real scam artists are in this case
this guy told me that I hit his car and busted out the tail light. I was never out of my house today or my car driven by anyone else. He used profanity to me and I hung up.
This person left an automated call on my work voicemail. stating I am involved in some sort of litigation and a restraining order will be taken out on me if I don't call back within 4 hours.THIS IS A SCAM Ia few years ago I was broke and needed to take out short term payday loans, these have all been paid in full for at least 2 years. Somehow they got my personal info. and are trying to threaten me. GOOD I would like to have a few words with them.
They called and threaten me bout garnishing my wages
brian called from cvsc, i dont know him
I get the same call, every day. Different times but on my caller ID.I have Verizon service and can have telephone number show up on my TV screen. Do not have to get up for this and other calls.
Message left on my work phone stating I had 4 hours to return the call - mentioned my name in the call - advising if I did not call back charges would be filed - restraining order issued - court appearance necessary - and contact with my employeer to garnish wages. Returned call went straight to VM stating mailbox full, gave option to leave a callback number
I receive several phone calls a day from this number. If I call back it doesn't ring and if I answer they hang up.
Says I took a cash advance loan online from Arrow Advance and will put on calendar to go to court to prosecute me and put me in jail.
I just got a call from this 330) 430-7000. I got a recording saying over & over please hold, someone will be with you shortly. I was on hold for 5mins. I hung up and called it right back. I get the operator telling me that number has been disconnected & is no longer in service.Must be a spam call.
Same as everyone else restraining order really
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