(412) 206-0208

located: United States, Bridgeville - PA

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Report by Colton Long ago Unknown
I've also received a call from this number. No message was left
Report by Ker Long ago Unknown
i received a call no voice message was left and when i tried to call back it said it was for out bound calls only for parties requesting information...i never requested information form anyone in the last year on the number which was my cell phone that the number called me on?
Report by Jimmy Long ago Unknown
All I could find is that the number is registered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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The caller is CASH ADVANCE USA

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If the number begins with any number other than a toll free number, the number will not be blocked by Do Not Call in either state or federal. The state and federal do not calls only are for those telemarketers who use 800, 888, 887, 889, etc. If a regular area code is used and the company is paying to use that number, the do not call list does not apply.

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407-902-3379

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This is just so wierd, since they texted me. I say if they text me and don't call that means they are not a good company.

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http://www.ripoffreport.com/questionable-activities/career-networks/career-networks-jobnab-com-wo-8cccf.htmAnn works for this company.

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I called the number back the other day.  I just answered some questions about jobs and how to get in touch with me.  It was a really simple process and it didn't take long.

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ARTICLES ON THE INTERNET ABOUT EMPLOYMENT SCAMS Identity Thieves Prowling for Job SeekersFake job ads up 345% as recession creates opportunities for scam artistshttp://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2009/03/job_scams.htmlMarch 9, 2009 With the unemployment rate rising and living costs going up, more people are looking for new jobs or second jobs. These are ideal conditions, it turns out, if you’re an identity thief. Job seekers will register with employment agencies, check employment ads, mail out unsolicited resumes, network, post resumes on job search sites and search Craigslist. In fact, the UK Association for Payment Clearing Services which tracks the prevalence of fake job ads said that fake ads are up 345 percent over the past three years. Unfortunately identity thieves are taking advantage of these uncertain economic times to scam job seekers and gather personal identifying information.The Identity Theft Resource Center offers these tips: • Protect your Social Security Number by limiting how many people see it. Never put your SSN on a resume. Let a company ask for it when they consider you a serious applicant. To minimize your risk, you also may want to not list your home address and just put your city and state on the resume. • Consider opening a separate email account for your job search and keeping your primary email address private. Placing your email address on a resume could open the door to spam and phishing, account verification, and other email scams. (The recent Monster.com breach exposed resumes and email addresses. If you had placed your Social Security number or home email address on your resume, you could have made yourself a target.) • Check out a company you found on a website carefully before giving them your information, for example Craig’s List. Anyone can create a website, but it doesn’t mean that they are a real company. You can find information on a company through the Better Business Bureau or the State Attorney General where the company is located. You can also Google the business to find out more about them. Most reputable companies will have a significant presence on the Internet, not just a few mentions. • Avoid any website that requires you to “pre-register” with your SSN, home address or driver’s license number. Also, you should not be required to prepay to view job listings. Both these requirements are strong indicators of a scam. • Update your computer security prior to emailing resumes and receiving email correspondence. 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407-902-3379

13 Report Long ago Unknown
It does look like instead of calling you should just visit their website.

407-902-3379

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Mine also referenced the website.

407-902-3379

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Okay, when I got the text it didn't say anything about calling any number. It said to visit a website. Looks like they changed things.

407-902-3379

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Awesome! Thanks for the response!

407-902-3379

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I called the number today.  Anna helped me out.  She's gonna try and hook me up with a job.

407-902-3379

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Thanks for clearing things up!

407-902-3379

13 Report Long ago Unknown
This number is a part of Applicant Services, a new service that matches up jobseekers with employment opportunities. We receive resumes of people seeking employment from all over the country. When you call in, we ask you for some basic information -- never your social security number or anything similar -- and match you up with jobs that meet your criteria for employment. We do this as an absolutely free service to jobseekers. There will never be any charge, and we will never ask you for any sensitive or billing information.

407-902-3379

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The text I got did not have anything in the caller ID, but the message did say it was from Anna.

407-902-3379

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April 21, 2010I received this too, sounded odd since it was a texas and  they didn't even provide a business name.

801-990-8589

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801-990-8589

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801-990-8589

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Telemarketing to "REDUCE YOUR HOME MORTGAGE" recorded message left on answering machine. Caller ID showed caller as =  FEDERAL FINANCING.THIS COMPANY IS A "DO NOT CALL LIST" VIOLATOR !!I rent where I have lived for past 4 years and I've been on DO NOT CALL LIST for 4 years. Per Whitepages.comhttp://wwww.whitepages.com showed caller number (result) =(801) 990-8589 is a LandlineUtah (Salt Lake City, Sandy)Salt Lake City metro area, Salt Lake County

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Just got a call from this number. I don't ever answer calls from numbers i don't recognize, so they left a voicemail. Some guy and girl having a conversation in some asian language. korean or chinese or something like that.

801-990-8589

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I just recieved a call from this number and this guy said he was from Arlington, TX and my phone number won a prize...car, TV, money...etc. and wanted my address. I hung up.  Don't give these people any information.  This person was a sounded like some foreigner.

801-990-8589

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female with poor language skillssays I won a scratch off game

801-990-8589

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claimed we won "scratch off" prize lol  I have repeatedly told them to quit calling us

801-990-8589

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The language skills were so poor, I could not understand what the girl was saying. I told her I was on a no call list and she hung up. This would lead one to believe that it is not a legit political call.

801-990-8589

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I just got a call from this number too..its a scam i think.

801-990-8589

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Probably another one of those political survey calls. I get them all the time. Areas that I usually get these calls from are Washington (state and DC), Oregon, Utah, and Colorado.

775-969-8476

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No it's a SCAM in every since of the word. They will tell you that you have been approved for an Express Platinum Card with the amount of $5,000.00 / $5,500. on it. All you would have to do is send them a 1 time payment of $99.00 and your monthly payments would run $19.95 a month. They will even have all your information too account numbers , routing numbers , birth date , home address ect. What ever you do don't answer it , I did and now I have to change all my bank information and my account. The 2 numbers to look for are 775-969-8476 and 800-887-2636 not one of these numbers work and you cannot call them back. So what ever you do be safe and don't answer to any of these. Once they get your money you will have no way of getting it back or tracking them. Hope this helps you out.

775-969-8476

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It is a solicitor for a payday loan. Despite the fact that I asked them to remove my number from their list, they still call. They say they get your information when you apply online for a payday loan. I told them I did not apply for their loan and they become rude or simply hang up on me. I think those companies sell each other mailing lists. I have just put a complaint with the Do Not Call Registry.

775-969-8476

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I just got a call from this strange number and they said nothing------THEY SUCK

775-969-8476

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it is a payday loan company.

775-969-8476

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it is a payday loan company.

775-969-8476

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No it's a SCAM in every since of the word. They will tell you that you have been approved for an Express Platinum Card with the amount of $5,000.00 / $5,500. on it. All you would have to do is send them a 1 time payment of $99.00 and your monthly payments would run $19.95 a month. They will even have all your information too account numbers , routing numbers , birth date , home address ect. What ever you do don't answer it , I did and now I have to change all my bank information and my account. The 2 numbers to look for are 775-969-8476 and 800-887-2636 not one of these numbers work and you cannot call them back. So what ever you do be safe and don't answer to any of these. Once they get your money you will have no way of getting it back or tracking them. Hope this helps you out.

775-969-8476

20 Report Long ago Unknown
it is a payday loan company.

775-969-8476

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Whatever or whomever it is...I am sick of all of it. Multiple calls different numbers all this crap! Just stop calling our phones...scam artists!!! Get people all freaked out! They should all be nuked!

775-969-8476

20 Report Long ago Unknown
Thanks!  They keep calling me!

775-969-8476

20 Report Long ago Unknown
Yes that number is a SCAM in every since of the word. They will tell you that you have been approved for an Express Platinum Card with the amount of $5,000.00 / $5,500. on it. All you would have to do is send them a 1 time payment of $99.00 and your monthly payments would run $19.95 a month. They will even have all your information too account numbers , routing numbers , birth date , home address ect. What ever you do don't answer it , I did and now I have to change all my bank information and my account. The 2 numbers to look for are 775-969-8476 and 800-887-2636 not one of these numbers work and you cannot call them back. So what ever you do be safe and don't answer to any of these. Once they get your money you will have no way of getting it back or tracking them. Hope this helps you out.

775-969-8476

20 Report Long ago Unknown
Same issue. calling me mulitple times a day . when I answer  no one is there. Do not leave messages.Does anyone know what this is?? Is it a solicitation, debt collections .............etc?

775-969-8476

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Did not leave message...calls often and does not leave message

775-969-8476

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same thing

775-969-8476

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Recvd call today .    Called number back and the number is not in service.    12/12/2011

775-969-8476

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THEY CALL ALL DAY RUDE IGNORANT FOOLS, I BLOCKED THEM!

775-969-8476

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Same thing just happened to me. I started asking questions about this 5000 dollar credit card and the girl said uuummm and then hung up. I called back the number is disconnected. I just called my bank and put a freeze on my account and will be there tomorrow to close my account. Thank God I have only one direct deposit to worry about.

775-969-8476

20 Report Long ago Unknown
I get this phone number call every single day; I don't answer.  It is some kind of scam going on.  Why can't something be done about these people ?

775-969-8476

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Same thing just happened to me!

775-969-8476

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same thing happen to me!

775-969-8476

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Called twice today but when you try and return the call a message states that the number has been disconneted.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Never use or give the slightest opening to Bluefish.  They will never leave you alone.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Man oh man I tell you they never quit.  I have never done business with them, nor do I think I would.  Ever since a convention I was at two years ago, they started to call.  Leave messages like someone was dying or something to that effect because it was that important to call them.  I only bought one item at the convention and it wasn't through them.  So some where down the road my information has gotten sold.  So a word to the wise, there is no company important enough that you need to stop everything you do and talk to them.  They are a sales market for religous items and they target churches, clergy, camps, and anything that deals with your spiritual world.  It's real sad that man has to take something so honorable and turn it into selfish greed.  Reminds me of a story in the Bible when Jesus walked into a "church" and saw people being turned away because their offering to God wasn't good enough.  However! you surely can buy one of their certified offering lambs and walk right in.  Needless to say Jesus wasn't happy and turned the whole place inside out.  Of course this story is pharaphased but just the same.  In time he'll clean house against the people who uses his and his father's name in vein.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
I got a call from Bluefish again, after requesting for our number to be taken off their list repeatedly. I am so disgusted with their lack of honoring this request, that I wouldn't buy their products if they were 75% off! Oh Bluefish, swim off into the Pacific somewhere and leave us alone - pleeeeeeaasssee!

972-560-4312

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just "missed" a call from 972-560-4312 on my church cell phone; and curious where it was from.  I've used multiple DVDs from Bluefish over the past 10 years or so.  They've been very useful in various settings -- from using in adolescent (ages 10-18) residential units to after school programs, as well as with our church youth.  HOWEVER, they do tend to be very pushy!!!! AND I have refused to pay for some items they've sent out "on approval" WITHOUT actually getting my OK -- I had NOT ordered them!  The last series, for showing to adult leadership -- which did NOT sound like it would fit our setting, I reluctantly said OK on the phone AFTER they continued to insist that I was under no obligation. I reviewed the "introductory DVD"... and then even looked at some of the others, asked one of our other pastors what he thought; and he had no interest in the speakers on the DVDS except one, BUT of course you had the buy the entire series -- nearly $500! Bluefish automatically sends a bill, I guess asuuming someone will just pay the bill; and not ask questions.  Then they called (a couple of weeks before Christmas) to ask how the series was working. I told them the series just wasn't a good fit for us, SOOOOOOO they insisted that I keep them "until after the first of the year...till the end of January to have time after the holidays to let other leadership review them.  AND guess what, mid January I get a bill for the FULL "retail" amount -- no longer a discount applied!!!! Needless to say I'd had it AND threw everything back in the original box and marked RETURN TO SENDER!!!!  THEN I get anotherr bill 45 days later!!!!! YES, THEY GOT A PHONE CALL!!! They claimed that they had "just received it" -- yeah right, I know snail mail -- from Ohio to Texas -- is slow BUT NOT that slow!   I've NOT ordered anything for some time now; AND I TOO wish they would stop making their PUSHY sales calls.  My BIGGEST MISTAKE was listing my cell with them!  I just called them back 972-560-4312 AND was assured that they have now noted that they are not to call my cell phone for any sales calls.. Guess we'll see if they honor that.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
constant phone calls trying to sell religious items...very irritating.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Calls multiple times despite being told each time I am not interested in their products.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Please stop calling me

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Please stop calling.  Thank you.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
yeah, it's blue fish tv, its a sales call for religious material

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Strange voicemail - acted like it was very urgent she speak to me but said only that she worked with a "nonprofit" in Dallas. She also implied that she had left an earlier message which I hadn't returned.

972-560-4312

11 Report Long ago Unknown
Keeps calling but will not leave any information.

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