(630) 625-7000

located: United States, Elmhurst - IL

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17 Report For (630) 625-7000

Report by Amy Long ago Unknown
They hung up when I asked to take a message.
Report by Austin writer Long ago Unknown
They identified themselves as Ameribank.  Called me by name and asked if I was the owner.  Asked if I take credit cards.  I said no, I have no need to take them, am a small business.  They she said, "Are you at home?"  I said why, and she hung up.  That kind of freaked me because it made me wonder if they were planning a break-in if I said NO.
Report by Good Laugh Long ago Unknown
Received a call from 630-625-7000.  He asked if ****** was the business owner.  I asked who was calling and he said that his name was Quinton.  I then asked Quinton what the call was regarding and he told me that he asks the questions and I am to answer, he answered my question - I need to answer his.  Everyone had a great laugh with Quinton's comment since our phone conversations are recorded and I politely forward his statement to everyone in the office so they could hear this jack a** who actually would think his bully tactics would work. HAHAHAHA!
Report by Emily Long ago Unknown
Also call this # and have them remove you 888-548-4255 I was actually able to reach someone and asked to be removed.  I found this # by going searching for the company and going to contact us page.  obviously they don't have anyone to answer the other line.  get creative :)
Report by Emily Long ago Unknown
I manage a restaurant. They call here and ask for Craig because that is the name of the restaurant, I explain he doesn't work here and asked to speak to any owner. I said the owner doesn't work here and I'm the manager and just as quickly she hangs up on me.  The rudest thing a telemarketer can do hang up on you when they are bugging you. Of course they didn't identify themselves, I got the info when I called back the # on caller id.
Report by Anonymous Long ago Unknown
Person asked to speak to the owner and I offered to take a message and was hung up on
Report by Sherie Long ago Unknown
Calls and asks for owner by name I tell them he is not available and before I can finish my sentence can I take a message, they hang up. This is very rude and unprofessional!!!!!   Try to call back and will not connect to anyone, machine just says not available and all voicemails are full. The answering services identifies the company as Ameribank National. We definitely will not be doing business with people like this!!!!  How do we stop them from calling?
Report by Jim Long ago Unknown
These people are terrible. I woulkd love to call them and refuse to identify myself and then slam the phone down in their ear just like they do with me.Can't these people find real jobs instead of harrassing me?
Report by LC Long ago Unknown
On 5/16/12 we received a message on our business answering machine.  It sounded like some drunken older guy with a real gruff voice insulting my outgoing message and saying I sounded like a "punk".  In tracking back I found this site, I also called this number today (5/21).  I couldn't leave a message because it was "full."  No doubt with people complaining about this drunken moron from Chicago, he sounds like some kind of disgruntled Rahm Emanuel supporter.
Report by STOP THIS CLOWN Long ago Unknown
CAN ANY ONE STOP THESE CLOWNS? I HAVE A JOB TO DO FOR MY CUSTOMERS NOT ANSERING STUPID PHONE CALLS LIKE THIS JUST TO BE HUNG UP ON!
Report by Lori Long ago Unknown
I got a call asking me to verify my company information.  The outsourced caller spoke so fast and with such bad english that I couldn't understand him.  I heard something about Google and web oxygen, but I had talked with Google the day before.  So I told him I was sorry and hung up. His verifier "Julia" called back.  When I didn't cooperate she started screaming and gave the phone back to the indian guy who proceeded to reprimand me, and then called me a F***ing B**** over and over.  I spoke with his supervisor who apologized.  Then I called Web Oxygen. If I had agreed to their verification, I would have been signed up for a $99.95/month package!  Trying to sell someone a package when no money was mentioned and all information was relayed by someone who could barely speak english.  When I realized this is a scam, I tried to end call. I was cussed like a dog.  This is FRAUD!!  I know these people are just trying to make a living, but so am I.  I hate telemarketing calls, and when some one gets out of line, you have no recourse. Our government no longer cares about all the scams run by telemarketing companies.
Report by Michael Long ago Unknown
Some guy called asking for owner by name.  While politely volunteering to take a message, got hung up on.  And they wonder why telemarketers have such a bad reputation.
Report by ralph malph Long ago Unknown
just got called from them. didnt recognize it so i checked here instead.
Report by charles Long ago Unknown
asked to be takin off call list and she called right back and told me no!! horrible and rude!!! then she forgot to hang up the phone on her end and I heard her telling co-workers about how she told me NO and my response and they were all laughing!!!  Im going to put their number in every gas station rest stop in America.......
Report by Receptionist Long ago Unknown
Leslie from "Ameribank National" called me asking to speak to the "owner" so she could schedule a time for one of their representatives to come out and do a presentation. After I let her know she would not be able to speak with the owner, she said "Thanks for wasting my time!" I told her it was my pleasure and hung up. If you call the number back, none of the options work.
Report by sick of solicitation calls Long ago Unknown
This is a card processing provider. Babbling on about how a new law went into effect to reduce the fees charged to merchants. Blah, Blah and Blah, there are full of sh**! Will try to pry info out of you, so I did the same to the person on the other end of the phone. Then I told them, we already have a processor and are happy with them and that is all the info they will be getting.
Report by justme Long ago Unknown
asked for person by name. calling from ABN. On look up of name and location, I found ABN AMRO FINANCIAL SERVICES. It's a financial services company for commercial bans. that means bill collector.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
They tried calling me a few days from a different number but i wasn't home, they then called today but i didn't answer because i didn't know the number. I think they're calling because i filled out a ballot at a stand on Canada day.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Just got the call, yeah hard to get the name out of them, said I won just have to pay $299/person (2)plus processing and port fees ($149)...not so free! Now just give your credit card number you have a year to use this...blah blah blah.  Sucks, got all excited and then realized it was a scam! Don't bother answering if you get the call. They are meant to call back in 30mins, after I check them out...doubt they will cal! I also informed Better Buisness Bureau and they were very helpful.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I got the same call, and initially fully believed it because I remember filling out a ballot at my local festival. unfortunately i gave my information, but then realized and hung up. I didn't go through with the second half of the call that was meant to record and confirm your information. I called my bank to change my credit number instantly. This recording is apparently what these people use to confirm that you authorized them charging this fee if you dispute it.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
My friend and I had signed ballots and entered them into a draw at a country music festival.  My friend called me at work yesterday and was so excited that she won a trip to the Bahamas...she told me how she drilled the guy for an hour about how it was a scam and he kept saying "why would we do that?".  She gave him her info and credit card number...then today at work I got a phone call from a guy named "Ronald" at FBC vacations who told me I won a trip to the Bahamas.. I was working so he said he would call me back.  I told my friend and she canceled her credit card and the credit card company is watching for suspicious behaviour on her new card.  Now the keeps calling me and doesn't leave voicemail or anything.  I hope they catch those losers they're wasting everyone's time. A friend of mine told me that the wedding shows, festivals, etc.. they just get paid to put up random booths and the have nothing to do with it!  That is horrible, had I known i was putting my name in for a scam I wouldn't have gone near that booth!

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Yeah, got the same call today.  They said they were from FBC Vacations (Forever Bahama Cruise Vacations...or something like that).  I told them I wasn't available to talk because I was at work so they said they would call me back later.  Something felt strange about the call, so I'm glad I told them I was busy.  I'll definitely be saying no if they call back.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
OMG! i got really excited, but then i knew it was a scam, they wanted my credit card info. Im only 16 years old and i dont think i should be getting these calls. I signed up randomly at the mall last week. I really want to go talk to the guy who told me to sign up, i dislike these stupid scam calls so so much.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
OMG! i got really excited, but then i knew it was a scam, they wanted my credit card info. Im only 16 years old and i dont think i should be getting these calls. I signed up randomly at the mall last week. I really want to go talk to the guy who told me to sign up, i dislike these stupid scam calls so so much.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I just got a call from this number too.  He said that I had won a trip to the Bahamas from a ballet that I had filled out at Canada Blooms last weekend.  He was very persistent about me giving him my credit card info so that I could pay for the $299 deposit.  The whole thing seemed totally off to me so I just said no.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I was called from this number 45 minutes ago with the same offer. I filled out a ballot at a travel agency booth at the Total Wedding show in Toronto, Jan 16-18, 2009. They said I won a cruise to the Caribbean or Mexico, they asked me if I was of age, if I had a valid credit card, and wanted to speak to both me and my fiancee. I said they could reach my fiancee if they called back in half an hour. Haven't called back yet. Obviously, not going to give them my credit card info. They didn't identify their agency's name.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I just had a similar call from a ballot I entered at the Vancouver outdoor show.  It definately sounds like a scam although they try very hard to convince you that it must be legimate because they have to be a real business to get a booth at the show (yet they don't have a website) and he also said that the credit card company would cover me if it was a scam, which I don't believe as technically you are giving them authorization to charge your card!

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Yep, happened to me too - filled out a ballot at the Taboo Sex Show in WPG this past weekend - when they asked for the credit card (which I did have on me) I told them it was at home and no way to retrieve it.  They just said they had to terminate the call then - I would never give my credit card out over the phone - or pay for "fee's" before booking a "free" holiday cruise...

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I was also recently at a "Food and Wine" show and filled out several contest ballots.  I also got a call from FBC vacations and was immediatly skeptical of the $299/person fee I would have to pay to recieve my "prize"  which kept getting better and better as the call went on.  From 8 nights in the bahammas, to 8 nights in the bahammas plus a cruise! plus 4 days in Mexico!!

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
wrongIF YOU WIN - you are not required to pay anything upfront!  If you would do the reseach you would have known it was a ripoff. http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/telemarketing/tel17.shtmPrize Offers: You Don’t Have to Pay to Play! Congratulations, it’s your lucky day! You’ve just won $5,000!You’re guaranteed to win a fabulous diamond ring, luxury vacation or all-terrain vehicle!If you receive a letter or phone call with a message like this, be skeptical. The $5,000 "prize" may cost you hundreds of dollars in taxes or service charges — and never arrive. Your "fabulous" prize may not be worth collecting. The diamond is likely to be the size of a pinhead. The "vacation" could be one night in a seedy motel, and the ATV, nothing more than a lounge chair on wheels!Scam artists often use the promise of a valuable prize or award to entice consumers to send money, buy overpriced products or services, or contribute to bogus charities. People who fall for their ploys may end up paying far more than their "prizes" are worth, if they get a prize at all. What these people are likely to get - especially if they signed up for a contest drawing at a public place or event — may be more than they bargained for: more promotions in the mail, more telemarketing calls and more unsolicited commercial email, or "spam." This is because many prize promoters sell the information they collect to advertisers. Worse yet, contest entrants might subject themselves to a bogus prize promotion scam.And The Winner Is... Everyone loves to be a winner. A recent research poll showed that more than half of all American adults entered sweepstakes within the past year. Most of these contests were run by reputable marketers and non-profit organizations to promote their products and services. Some lucky winners received millions of dollars or valuable prizes. Capitalizing on the popularity of these offers, some con artists disguise their schemes to look legitimate. And an alarming number of people take the bait. Every day, consumers throughout the United States lose thousands of dollars to unscrupulous prize promoters. During 1999 alone, the Federal Trade Commission received more than 10,000 complaints from consumers about gifts, sweepstakes and prize promotions. Many received telephone calls or postcards telling them they'd won a big prize - only to find out that to claim it, they had to buy something or pay as much as $10,000 in fees or other charges.There's a big difference between legitimate sweepstakes and fraudulent ones. Prizes in legitimate contests are awarded solely by chance, and contestants don't have to pay a fee or buy something to enter or increase their odds of winning. In fraudulent schemes, however, "winners" almost always have to dip into their pockets to enter a contest or collect their "prize."Skill Contests There's one notable exception: skill contests. These are puzzles, games or other contests in which prizes are awarded based on skill, knowledge or talent - not on chance. Contestants might be required to write a jingle, solve a puzzle or answer questions correctly to win.Unlike sweepstakes, skill contests may legally require contestants to buy something or make a payment or donation to enter. It's important to recognize that many consumers are deceptively lured into playing skill contests by easy initial questions or puzzles. Once they've sent their money and become "hooked," the questions get harder and the entry fees get steeper. Entrants in these contests rarely receive anything for their money and effort. Consumer Protections Several consumer laws help protect consumers against fraudulent sweepstakes and prize offers promoted through the mail or by phone. Telephone Solicitations Telemarketers frequently use sweepstakes and prize contests to sell magazines or other goods and services. These telemarketers make an initial contact with consumers through "cold calls," or take calls from consumers who are responding to a solicitation they received by mail.The Telemarketing Sales Rule helps protect consumers from fraudulent telemarketers who use prize promotions as a lure. In every telemarketing call involving a prize promotion, the law requires telemarketers to tell you:the odds of winning a prize. If the odds can't be determined in advance, the promoter must tell you the factors used to calculate the odds. that you don't have to pay a fee or buy something to win a prize or participate in the promotion. if you ask, how to participate in the contest without buying or paying anything. what you'll have to pay or the conditions you'll have to meet to receive or redeem a prize. The Telemarketing Sales Rule prohibits telemarketers from misrepresenting any of these facts, as well as the nature or value of the prizes. It also requires telemarketers who call you to pitch a prize promotion to tell you before they describe the prize that you don't have to buy or pay anything to enter or win.Written Solicitations Many sweepstakes promotions arrive by mail as a letter or postcard that instructs the consumer to respond by return mail or phone to enter a contest or collect a prize.The Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act helps protect consumers against fraudulent sweepstakes promotions sent through the mail. The law prohibits:claims that you're a winner unless you've actually won a prize. requirements that you buy something to enter the contest or to receive future sweepstakes mailings. the mailing of fake checks that don't clearly state that they are non-negotiable and have no cash value. seals, names or terms that imply an affilia-tion with or endorsement by the federal government. Skill Contests Skill contests also are covered by the new Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act. The law requires the sponsors to disclose in a clear and conspicuous way:the terms, rules and conditions of the contest. how many rounds of the contest you must achieve to win the grand prize. the time frame for the winner to be determined. the name of the contest's sponsor. an address where you can reach the sponsor to request that your name be removed from the mailing list. Just Say "No" Another way to protect yourself is to request that your name be removed from mail and telephone solicitation lists. The Telemarketing Sales Rule requires telemarketers to keep a "do not call" list of consumers who have asked not to be called again. Calling a consumer who has made this request is illegal and can subject the telemarketer to a hefty fine.The Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act requires companies that use direct mail to maintain a similar "do not mail" list for consumers who call or write and ask that their name be removed from the mailing list. This new law gives caregivers the right to have the names of the friends and loved ones under their care removed from the mailing lists of undesirable solicitors.Another way to reduce mail and telephone solicitations is to contact the Direct Marketing Association to request that your name be placed on its "do not call," "do not mail" and "do not email" lists. Association members agree not to solicit consumers who have requested that they not be contacted. To have your name removed from direct mail marketing lists, write: Direct Marketing Association, Preference Service Manager, 1120 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036-6700. To have your name removed from telemarketing lists, write: Direct Marketing Association, Preference Service Manager, 1120 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036-6700. To "opt out" of receiving unsolicited commercial email, use the DMA's form at www.e-mps.org.A Dozen Ways to Protect YourselfThe next time you get a "personal" letter or telephone call telling you "it’s your lucky day," the Federal Trade Commission encourages you to remember that: Legitimate sweepstakes don’t require you to pay or buy something to enter or improve your chances of winning, or to pay "taxes" or "shipping and handling charges" to get your prize. If you have to pay to receive your "prize," it’s not a prize at all.Sponsors of legitimate contests identify themselves prominently; fraudulent promoters are more likely to downplay their identities. Legitimate promoters also provide you with an address or toll-free phone numbers so you can ask that your name be removed from their mailing list.Bona fide offers clearly disclose the terms and conditions of the promotion in plain English, including rules, entry procedures, and usually, the odds of winning.It’s highly unlikely that you’ve won a "big" prize if your notification was mailed by bulk rate. Check the postmark on the envelope or postcard. Also be suspicious of telemarketers who say you’ve won a contest you can’t remember entering.Fraudulent promoters might instruct you to send a check or money order by overnight delivery or courier to enter a contest or claim your "prize." This is a favorite ploy for con artists because it lets them take your money fast, before you realize you’ve been cheated.Disreputable companies sometimes use a variation of an official or nationally recognized name to give you confidence in their offers. Don’t be deceived by these "look-alikes." It’s illegal for a promoter to misrepresent an affiliation with — or an endorsement by — a government agency or other well-known organization.It’s important to read any written solicitation you receive carefully. Pay particularly close attention to the fine print. Remember the old adage that "the devil is in the details."Agreeing to attend a sales meeting just to win an "expensive" prize is likely to subject you to a high-pressure sales pitch.Signing up for a sweepstakes at a public location or event, through a publication or online might subject you to unscrupulous prize promotion tactics. You also might run the risk of having your personal information sold or shared with other marketers who later deluge you with offers and advertising.Some contest promoters use a toll-free "800" number that directs you to dial a pay-per-call "900" number. Charges for calls to "900" numbers may be very high.Disclosing your checking account or credit card account number over the phone in response to a sweepstakes promotion — or for any reason other than to buy the product or service being sold — is a sure-fire way to get scammed in the future.Your local Better Business Bureau and your state or local consumer protection office can help you check out a sweepstakes promoter’s reputation. Be aware, however, that many questionable prize promotion companies don’t stay in one place long enough to establish a track record, and the absence of complaints doesn’t necessarily mean the offer is legitimate. To File a ComplaintConsumers who believe they have been victimized by fraudulent promotional offers also should contact their local postmaster or the U.S. Postal Inspection Service by phone, toll-free, at: 1-888-877-7644; by email at: www.uspsoig.gov; or by mail at: U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Office of Inspector General, Operations Support Group, 222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60606-6100.If you have a problem with a sweepstakes or prize promotion after participating, and you are unable to resolve the problem directly with the company, contact:The Direct Marketing Association, ConsumerLine, 1111 19th Street, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036-3603; phone 202-955-5030; fax 202-955-0085. The Better Business Bureau where the company is located. Call for Action, a network of radio and television station hotlines that offer resolution services for consumers. Call 301-657-7490 or write: Call for Action, 5272 River Road, Suite 300, Bethesda, MD 20816. 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. July 2000

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
its a great vacation..do you have any thing to proof that some body paid and didn't get the vacation..or want to cancel and didn't take his money..if any of the abocve its a scam.. other than that its an offer you take or refuse

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
How do we know when the scam isn't working on the phone?  WHEN THE CROOKS COME ON THIS SITE TO TRY TO RUN THE SCAM.Like this moron.  You aren't fooling anyone on here, scum. Go back to the boiler room where you belong ... well, actually you belong in JAIL but we can only hope ...

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Are you kidding me this is a great deal.  If you are active person and like to save money this is the great dial for $598 (USA)I took it while signing up at the Wasaga Beach Festival.Just came back and had a great time with my familyTake a look at this:4 Days 3 Nights Orlando, Florida3 Days 2 Nights Fort LauderdaleCar Rental for the Entire TripUp to a $100 CouponBonuses·2 nights and 3 days cruise to BahamasAll INCLUSIVE·4 days, 3 nights in Mexico·3 days, 2 nights in Las Vegas, NV

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Just happened to me too. Definitely a scam in the making and it happened after I filled out a ballot at the Canada Wedding Expo for a "Free Trip" turned out to be a "not-so-free trip". I'm going to contact the organizers and the Better Business Bureau. This guy wanted my credit card information even before I got anything in print. If it's really a free trip - there shouldn't be any costs associated with it.Even when I asked where he was calling from he wouldn't answer!

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
PLEASE do not give them your credit card number! I was recently at a wedding show and just got a call that I had won a 14 day cruise to the Bahamas! Do not fall for it! The other numbers that they called me from are on this website as SCAMS! You WILL lost your money!

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Text saying hi (name) add me on yahoo zoeywoman40

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I got msg hi :)Replied hello whos thisHer -add me on y.a.h

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I got a text from this #...it said "Heyyy (my name)". I have no idea who so I said I don't know who this is. Thier reply was ": ) A.dd me on y! IM...sn is abigailgirl89. I replied "I don't have Y" Thier response "sorry I have no battery life :("I left it at that!

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Got a text from this number. All it said was "Heyyyy (my name)". I have no idea who it is, but I didn't reply.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Received a pump and dump Fax promoting the stock CNOA (China Organic Agriculture).Sender: Strategic Capital a.k.a Green Strategic CapitalI called the number 215-567-0000 but got a recording saying that the number had been disconnected.The call removal number was 866-827-2983This company also uses the following other telephone numbers on for it's Fax removal;888-541-4705800-305-0319

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November 29, 2007Received call from 21-567-0000  at 02:13am and 02:23am, we are on thedo not call list... We are very upset...

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
i got a call once from this # but when i called the number back they say the number is disconnected. beats me ????

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Got a call at 1:50am and 2:10am. I shut the ringer off after the first time, but forgot to turn off my fax machine's autoanswer - was "Undervalued Stocks - Value Alert" fax. They tell you to call 888-664-9172 to make it stop. Probably just re-confirms your number so they can send more. Bet I get calls every day now, since my machine answered. This number is probably a faked caller ID number.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Me again. Once thing I did was report the incident to the Do Not Call hot line at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/donotcall/ If nothing else if feels good to be doing something.

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This call came in at 2:30AM

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A call came in t 3:44AM I want this stoped. Any ideas?

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Two calls at 5:24am!  Seriously would love to stop THAT!

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
Fax came in at 4:33 AM!  Woke me up twice.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I've keep all the pages they keep faxing.  If someone finds that lawyer let me know too

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
another one. any lawyer want to sue the effers for me and split the profits?

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
fax to my j2 number from 215-567-0000 just now.

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
so yea i just got a fax from this one at work."If you received this fax by mistake, plese call: 1-888-664-9181" my a**, you just want me to confirm a fax number for you to sell it to someone else

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18 Report Long ago Unknown
I would recommend getting,A) If you aren't on the DO NOT CALL list do it now.B) Anonymous call reject turned onC) Advanced call forwarding (based on the calling phone number) this is free with most voip services...and since long distance is free....When a number you know is a fax spammer or just someone you don't like...forward the call....wherever you want....if its a spammer....forward it back to their 1800 number...or just forward to the 'at the beep the time will be.., etc', whatever you want.These feature are free on most voip plans and are configurable from a webpage.I got it from a spam travel company (but this isn't a real return number, they faked it).Their phone number is 1-800-419-5431 . You might request they remove it, but considering they are already breaking the law...I would expect they to just resell your number to someone else and you will just get different fax spam.

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When I first had this business line added by BellSouth, now AT&T, I recieved an answering machine service with it.  Then I started getting these calls, nonstop.  After several months I called BellSouth, as my messages would always indicate "I had several faxes".  They walked me through removing the fax feature, now I get hangups instead but always from the same number.  Is there a device I can buy to block certain numbers?

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I receive fax calls frequently.  NO FAX Machine!!!  I tried faxing to this number but could not.

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We do not have a fax machine would like to not recieve fax calls.

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Has called 4 times in less than 4 hours today.  Also called a few times last night.

805-436-7161

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8054367161 Someone called and then played a recording about their political view.  LAZY PEOPLE TRYING TO SCAM HARD WORKING FOLKS.

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Another poor quality pre-recorded rant "what if".  Nothing more then a rant to harrass people.  Already filed report with the state Attorney Generals office and now will add this to the complaint.  Don't take this sh*t, file complaints with your states AG's office.

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Got a call today from this same number -- same ranting about politics. Waste of time.

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got a call also just now 10th november 16hEST, talking about some election and president and what not.... im up in quebec canada.

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Got the call on my Verizon cell Friday Nov 4 at 10pm, then today Tues Nov 8 at 9pm (don't forget the time change in between so it would be the same for them). partial recording saying something about Chris Christie (NJ Gov) not running for Prez, then it cuts off.

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Who is this?

888-290-0311

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Calls come in about 8 pm and always hang up.  Getting annoying. Anyone know who they are???

888-290-0311

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I received a call from this number at 5:08 pm.  I have stopped answering my cell phone when I don't recognize the telephone and the caller did not leave a voice message.

888-290-0311

7 Report Long ago Unknown
No matter if I pick up on the first ring or third it is always a hangup. Never a message. Usually call late evening like 8pm. If it is indeed Verizon Wireless (I am a recent ex-customer, having ported to Sprint) I wish they would complete the call! I guess it's a computerized call.

888-290-0311

7 Report Long ago Unknown
call came in at 7:23 with no id...only ”TOLLFREE NUMBER“

888-290-0311

7 Report Long ago Unknown
Call comes in typically around 9:00pm; no name in ID.  I answer - caller hangs up.  I've had about 6 such calls from this number.

888-290-0311

7 Report Long ago Unknown
Caller claimed to work for Verizon Wireless.  Sales call to get new contracts.  I told him that I just renewed our contract and the caller hung up.  Call received at 9.45pm!

888-290-0311

7 Report Long ago Unknown
Call at all hours, many times a day. They do not leave a message.

218-341-0282

1 Report Long ago Unknown
no message left

620-330-9291

8 Report Long ago Unknown
Text saying hi (name) add me on yahoo zoeywoman40

620-330-9291

8 Report Long ago Unknown
I got msg hi :)Replied hello whos thisHer -add me on y.a.h

620-330-9291

8 Report Long ago Unknown
I got a text from this #...it said "Heyyy (my name)". I have no idea who so I said I don't know who this is. Thier reply was ": ) A.dd me on y! IM...sn is abigailgirl89. I replied "I don't have Y" Thier response "sorry I have no battery life :("I left it at that!

620-330-9291

8 Report Long ago Unknown
Got a text from this number. All it said was "Heyyyy (my name)". I have no idea who it is, but I didn't reply.

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