(818) 337-5177

located: United States, Canoga Park - CA

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Report by Tired of the Clowns Long ago Unknown
I called these people back.  It rang then I got a busy signal.  They called me back.  "All Inclusive International."  Sounded like a travel agency.  I told them to take my number off their list and they seemed to be fine with it.  We'll see.
Report by Tim Long ago Unknown
Called, did not answer when I picked-up
Report by juliet menger Long ago Unknown
these people call continuously.... if they call again i will tell them i am going to go to LA and kill them in their sleep.  they keep waking me when i am trying to sleep, i'm a nurse working 14 hour days please leave me alone...

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called my cell phone, then when i called back it said number was not in service, i dont recall knowing anybody in colorado.

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Same thing as everyone else.  I just got my second call from this number.  I'd suggest everyone go over their next cell phone bill and make sure there aren't any "mysterious" charges.  Something funky is definitely up with this!

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Receive call on cellphone. Caller disconnected after I said "Hello".I called the number back and receive a "this number is not in service".

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I just got a call from them and no message. I didn't know the number or area code so I googled it and this came up. Tried to call back but I got the same response as everyone else. Don't know what to think. F**kers.

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19 Report Long ago Unknown
f****rs called me like 3 times.

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I blocked my caller ID and called the number back. It is not in service. So how would a number that is not in service be calling me? This is the third time I have received calls from this number, they never leave a message.

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Just rec'd call. Caller did not leave a msg.

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Missed the call. Apparently its from Denver, Colorado. That's all I know no message left. I live in CA never been to Denver yet. Wonder what this is all about and how they got my cell.

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I just got the same thing. No message, just one call

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keep getting calls once a week which i don't answer.

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No message call once.

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I got a call from the number about 3 hours ago on my cell phone.

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just called once

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I had the same recording which said "The number you have reached is not in service.  This is a recording." I also have a DiscoverCard, but not sure who this is.

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This person has been calling me all day! I tried to call back, and my call could not be completed! WHO ARE YU?

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same here...

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When I called back right away, the recording said "The number you have reached is not in service.  This is a recording."  I am wondering who the hell they are!

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616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
When I looked at my phone to see who was calling, the Caller ID said, "Lower Interest", which might as well have been, "Telemarketer Calling". Brilliant choice of Caller ID.Nowadays, unless I am expecting a call or the call is from someone I know, I just silence the ring and let it go to voicemail.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
I have received 2 calls so far and when I tried calling them back I received a message from Verizon wireless, my cell phone provider, that says the call can not be completed. I tried twice and got the same results both times. I made calls just to make sure my phone was working correctly and it was. I'm going to block this number from calling me again.

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
I just report these people to their local FBI and let them chase them down. Forget the police, FTC, FCC or whomever else.  The FBI.  Too bad of neither party likes it.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
Sorry, folks.  All my money's tied up in cash.  Garnish that!

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I also have recieved a couple of calls from this number.  I have not answered.

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From the FBI website:http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication ... -2010-2011#MassMass Marketing FraudGeneral OverviewMass marketing fraud is a general term for frauds which exploit mass-communication media, such as telemarketing, mass mailings, and the Internet. Since the 1930s, mass marketing has been a widely accepted and exercised practice. Advances in telecommunications and financial services technologies have further served to spur growth in mass marketing, both for legitimate business purposes as well as for the perpetration of consumer frauds. They share a common theme: the use of false and/or deceptive representations to induce potential victims to make advance fee-type payments to fraud perpetrators. Although there are no comprehensive statistics on the subject, it is estimated mass marketing frauds victimize millions of Americans each year and generate losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The following is a brief description of some of the key concepts and schemes associated with the mass marketing/advance fee fraud crime problem.Advance Fee Fraud: This category of fraud encompasses a broad variety of schemes which are designed to induce their victims into remitting upfront payments in exchange for the promise of goods, services, and/or prizes.The predominantly transnational nature of the mass marketing fraud crime problem presents significant impediments to effective investigation by any single agency or national jurisdiction. Typically, victims will reside in one or more countries, perpetrators will operate from another, and the financial/money services infrastructure of numerous additional countries are utilized for the rapid movement and laundering of funds. For these reasons, the FBI is uniquely positioned to assist in the investigation of these frauds through its network of legal attaché (legat) offices located in over 60 U.S. Embassies around the world. By leveraging its global presence and network of liaison contacts, the FBI has successfully cooperated with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to combat, disrupt, and dismantle international mass marketing fraud groups. The FBI participates in the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group (IMMFWG), a multi-agency working group established to facilitate the multi-national exchange of information and intelligence, the coordination of cross-border operational matters, and the enhancement of public awareness of international mass marketing fraud schemes. The current membership of the IMMFWG consists of law enforcement, regulatory, and consumer protection agencies from seven countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov.Any criminal activity can be reported to the FBI here:  https://tips.fbi.govReport it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaintsReport it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govPeople should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
Nothing that you do will stop them from calling you. The major players behind this have made millions of dollars, which means that they are too big to fail.One of the major players specializes in aiding the rich with tax evasion and shell corporations set up in Belize. You can bet that the well to do in this country are not getting lower your credit card interest rate calls and due to that fact our government just considers a few phone calls a minor annoyance.The FCC has temporarily halted 5 of the minor unprofitable boiler rooms. They will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days.In the meantime the calls will continue since the major money is being made with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like   http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.comIn their own words:  'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.'You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their con then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet. The only way to stop this is to contact the FBI and ask why this crime family is allowed to operate and facilitate the ongoing criminal operations. This is one of the reasons that the RICO act was put in place, so why aren't they using it. Is this because this isn't a high profile, news worthy operation or is the FBI too understaffed and busy with Homeland Security issues. Maybe if we were rich they would take this seriously, but then if we were rich we would be using that criminal organizations services and protecting them instead of trying to shut them down. It is alleged that they launder money from Pacific Telecom through a trust bank account in Oregon and into foreign accounts at Scotiabank in Belize and other destinations.  Why hasn't the FBI used the RICO act and gone after this organization? On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961–1968), commonly referred to as the 'RICO Act', became United States law. The RICO Act allowed law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as 'the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legitimate organizations operating in interstate commerce'. S.Rep. No. 617, 91st Cong., 1st Sess. 76 (1968). However, the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce.Any criminal activity can be reported to the FBI here:  https://tips.fbi.govWhat To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls1.    Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back2.    Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov5.    People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals officeRegister your phone numbers online at http://www.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222 (must call from # you want removed).There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Just another one of the spoofed numbers used by the "card services" scammers. Google my name to learn how I have eliminated their calls, while also having some fun!

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Another unknown caller that I won't answer. No message left. Called from Zeeland, MI.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
Second call from Card Services, different number. Spoke with "Emily Baxter" badge #1416.I wasted as much of her time as possible! Requested to be removed, she said no and hung up. Just waiting for my last chance to pass!

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
Thanks for all your work. Unfortunately, neither the US FCC, or any of the phone Co.s either can't or wont do anything much if at all about all these calls which come from all over the US, and worldwide!  ATT for instance, only allowa 10 numbers to be blocked at any one time, and does not enable 800+ #s to be blocked; they're no help at all (I read Verizon only blocks five numbers at any one time). I also read they get revenue from these operators--I believe it!

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The national pandemic of telephone terrorism perpetrated by desperate criminal collection agencies and scam artists of every despicable sort is because they are trying to terrorize people who are naive enough to answer and submit to unsolicited telephone calls or written "collection" letters that have no legitimate legal debt associated with them or any of the companies, universities, or whomever else they claim to represent. Because most "little guys" were bankrupted by the criminal Wall St / Congress / Big Oil / Big Bankers / Big Business / Military / Robber Barons, so the desperate collection agencies are attempting to collect unpaid debts from innocent people by terrorizing them into submission. News reports claim that some of these nefarious rogue calls are originating from overseas, where the caller claims to be a relative down on his or her luck who needs hundreds or thousands of dollars to get out of trouble, a policeman or government agent threatening their unwitting victims with lawsuits, fines, garnishments, seizures of property and imprisonment, and any other unconscionable tactic they can use to terrify and swindle the unwary out of their life savings.Word of advice. NEVER answer any calls you don't recognize or are not expecting. Use selective call rejection service if available, or switch to an Internet-based telephone service which provides comprehensive call rejection options. If rogue calls become chronic, turn off all the ringers on all of your phones except one, and set its volume to the minimum setting. Digital hardware call blockers, the popular "DIGITONE Call Blocker 10" for example, could help or do harm depending on how high-tech and aggressive the rogue callers are against your phone number. The more technology you use against them, the more likely they will use technology more aggressively against you to the point where your phone could ring more frequently from rogue calls and in middle of the night hours. So staying lower-tech could actually help to keep your phone a bit more under their unrelenting predatory radar. If you don't answer the call and the caller is legitimate, they will usually leave a voicemail after the first or second try. Rogue callers almost never leave voicemail messages because that could be used as evidence against them if it came to a lawsuit, albeit spoofed calls are backed by governments and corporations, so there is nothing the little guy can do against such illegitimate activities but to block and ignore them. If you receive a rogue letter in the mail warning you of some "collection" action against you, if you don't actually owe it, reply with a short letter stating that you don't owe it. Or if you do owe all or part of it, reply with something like "You claim I owe you a debt. Under §809 FDCPA, I request validation of this debt."Only give them your name as THEY have written it to you (e.g. “John Doe” not “Jonathon Q. Doe” or however you normally sign your own name), address, and the account number they report. But if you do not owe the debt (zombie debt, aged debt, mistaken or stolen identity, forgery, etc.) state that you have never done any business with them or with the (alleged) original creditor of any kind and you expect the collection agency to close the matter, stop harassing you and take any bad credit marks they've caused off of your credit rating, and furthermore, that any further contact from them must be in writing on their official business correspondence letterhead. Send your letter to them a.s.a.p., always within thirty days, first class certified mail return receipt requested. If they refuse it and you get the letter back unopened, leave it unopened and save it in your files as evidence against them should they pursue legal action against you. If they did receive it and continue to pursue action against you, let them. The judge will throw it out of court. If the rogue collection agency sells your account to another rogue collection agency just tell them the claim has been proven invalid and offer to send them a copy of your letter to the previous rogue collection agency.Warn all your friends about this rash of desperate collection agency terrorism, and how to combat it. Knowledge is power. The more you learn how to combat rogue collection agencies, back-taxes scammers, phishing scammers, "faith and family" scammers, political action committees and other low-life flimflammers, the more you will learn how easy it is to do.Above all, keep a record of everything, of every rogue call w/ caller ID information displayed including time and date of each call. Maintain a complete file on any snail-mailed intimidation from rogue collection agencies, including copies of all correspondences and postal receipts. Reporting rogue calls on sites like 800notes.com, whocallsme.com, phoneowner.info is a great idea too, because many people find these sites by googling for the rogue number(s) after receiving calls from them. -- Start Here:http://www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs3-hrs2.htmhttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=%C2%A7809+FDCPAhttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=zombie-debthttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=slander-of-credithttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=limited-liability-company+collection-agencyhttp://www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs27-debtcoll.htmhttp://www.ehow.com/way_5849463_do-up-certified-dispute-letter.htmlhttp://www.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Defeat-a-Collection-Agencyhttp://www.hubpages.com/hub/Battling-Consumer-Debt-Collectors-Part-2-I-Do-Not-Owe-This-Debthttp://www.hubpages.com/hub/Sample-letters-for-disputes-to-creditors--collectors-and-credit-bureaushttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FDCPAhttp://www.fair-debt-collection.com/Disputing ... ute-letter.html (most say the above sample letter is too long and should be much shorter)http://www.fair-debt-collection.com/statue-limitations.htmlhttp://www.spooftel.com/Credit Report:https://www.annualcreditreport.com/cra/index.jspUSPS:https://www.usps.com/send/insurance-and-extra-services.htmOther links:http://www.cnn.com/2008/LIVING/personal/02/29 ... tors/index.htmlhttp://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Defeat-a-Collection-Agencyhttp://clarkhoward.com/shownotes/category/12/103/358/http://clarkhoward.com/topics/drop_dead_letter.html -- Information for filing complaints against rogue telephone calls, telephone harassment, false "bill collector" harassment, etc., in the United States and Canada (pursue legal action only as a last resort):UNITED STATESUS National Do Not Call Registry, file complaint: https://www.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspxFederal Trade Commissionhttp://www.ftc.gov 1-877-382-4357File complaint online: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govhttps://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FTC_Wizard.aspx?Lang=enthat is at www.ftc.govFederal Communications CommissionTelephone toll free:  1-888-225-5322http://www.fcc.gov/contacts.htmlFile complaint online: http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumers.htmlhttp://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htmFCC Abandoned Calls Complaint form:http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/1088D-R.pdfemail:  fccinfo@fcc.govBetter Business Bureau, Check out a Business, find owner, contact info; file a Complaint:http://www.bbb.org/us/INTERNET CRIME:File report for Internet Crime at:Internet Crime Complaint Centrehttp://www.ic3.gov/default.aspxCANADARCMP Phone bustersTelephone toll free: 1-888-495-8501Mon-Fri 8:30-5:20 pm (Eastern Time)E-mail: info@phonebusters.comRCMP Website is at: http://www.phonebusters.com  File complaint online:  https://www.recol.ca/intro.aspx?lang=en(Register with a password and then can continually file complaints)Canada National Do Not Call Registry:Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)Telephone toll free to File A Complaint: 1-866-580-3625(to withdraw a complaint is 877-249-2782)CRTC online complaints form: https://www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca/pfplin-fccoin-engthat is at  www.crtc.gc.caBetter Business Bureau, Check out a Business, find owner, contact info; file a Complaint:http://www.bbb.org/canada/

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The Do Not Call list works very well.  You can tell that the caller is a scammer by virtue of the fact that they are calling you at all.  Real companies, with legitimate business don't make random robocalls to folks on the DNC list. As for Uncle Sam... your Congress has allocated nearly nothing to the FTC for enforcement. They're doing what they can with the resources provided. Unfortunately, the technology enables the scammers to make thousands of calls cheaply from pretty much anywhere on the planet, including places far away from the U.S.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
Couldn't agree with you more !!!  That government number to stop unwanted calls is indeed WORTHLESS !!! They do NOTHING to stop the calls and nothing to assist and refuse to call back when you inquire.  Typical Washington, D.C. political rip-off program...The tax payers are probably paying some highly excessive govt. salary to someone to handle it.

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"Lower your credit card interest rate and payment. Press 1 now to find out the terms, conditions and associated changes before the next billing cycle. Again, this is your final notice. So press one now to take advantage of this today."FINAL NOTICE my Aunt Fanny! Nothing but a crap call, I wish people would find something else to do with their time. The "No Call List is USELESS!!!

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
I received a call from 616 613 2100. I answered but there seemed to be no one on the other end of the line. I tried to call the number back and it seemed to temporarily open but hang up. After that, it would just keep ringing or a busy signal. With all of this identity fraud going on, I am very suspicious.

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
I continue to get calls from 610-613-2100 (zeeland, MI) but when I answer, no one is there.I've tried calling back and I get some sort of card services recording and or it just rings and rings!

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
These calls just keep coming! A recording says something about my credit card and I should hold for a representative or hit 9 to be taken off the list. I hit 9 and nothing happened, just dead air. My guess is these calls will continue to come in...aaarrggghhh!

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
The people calling are the "card services' scammers. As reported in the AARP Bulletin, the people (creatures) employed by these scammers are mainly drug addicts, trying to cheat people in order to pay for their disgusting habit.

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Called the number back as it said it was "card services" and got an answering machine that said, "I am a 14 year old girl..  Some one has gotten a hold of my number and are maliciously calling other people with my number as the caller ID number..  Please stop calling". Who is calling and why is unknown to me.

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When I looked at my phone to see who was calling, the Caller ID said, "Lower Interest", which might as well have been, "Telemarketer Calling". Brilliant choice of Caller ID.Nowadays, unless I am expecting a call or the call is from someone I know, I just silence the ring and let it go to voicemail.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
I have received 2 calls so far and when I tried calling them back I received a message from Verizon wireless, my cell phone provider, that says the call can not be completed. I tried twice and got the same results both times. I made calls just to make sure my phone was working correctly and it was. I'm going to block this number from calling me again.

616-613-2100

40 Report Long ago Unknown
I just report these people to their local FBI and let them chase them down. Forget the police, FTC, FCC or whomever else.  The FBI.  Too bad of neither party likes it.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
Sorry, folks.  All my money's tied up in cash.  Garnish that!

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
I also have recieved a couple of calls from this number.  I have not answered.

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40 Report Long ago Unknown
From the FBI website:http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication ... -2010-2011#MassMass Marketing FraudGeneral OverviewMass marketing fraud is a general term for frauds which exploit mass-communication media, such as telemarketing, mass mailings, and the Internet. Since the 1930s, mass marketing has been a widely accepted and exercised practice. Advances in telecommunications and financial services technologies have further served to spur growth in mass marketing, both for legitimate business purposes as well as for the perpetration of consumer frauds. They share a common theme: the use of false and/or deceptive representations to induce potential victims to make advance fee-type payments to fraud perpetrators. Although there are no comprehensive statistics on the subject, it is estimated mass marketing frauds victimize millions of Americans each year and generate losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The following is a brief description of some of the key concepts and schemes associated with the mass marketing/advance fee fraud crime problem.Advance Fee Fraud: This category of fraud encompasses a broad variety of schemes which are designed to induce their victims into remitting upfront payments in exchange for the promise of goods, services, and/or prizes.The predominantly transnational nature of the mass marketing fraud crime problem presents significant impediments to effective investigation by any single agency or national jurisdiction. Typically, victims will reside in one or more countries, perpetrators will operate from another, and the financial/money services infrastructure of numerous additional countries are utilized for the rapid movement and laundering of funds. For these reasons, the FBI is uniquely positioned to assist in the investigation of these frauds through its network of legal attaché (legat) offices located in over 60 U.S. Embassies around the world. By leveraging its global presence and network of liaison contacts, the FBI has successfully cooperated with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to combat, disrupt, and dismantle international mass marketing fraud groups. The FBI participates in the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group (IMMFWG), a multi-agency working group established to facilitate the multi-national exchange of information and intelligence, the coordination of cross-border operational matters, and the enhancement of public awareness of international mass marketing fraud schemes. The current membership of the IMMFWG consists of law enforcement, regulatory, and consumer protection agencies from seven countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov.Any criminal activity can be reported to the FBI here:  https://tips.fbi.govReport it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaintsReport it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govPeople should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office.

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Nothing that you do will stop them from calling you. The major players behind this have made millions of dollars, which means that they are too big to fail.One of the major players specializes in aiding the rich with tax evasion and shell corporations set up in Belize. You can bet that the well to do in this country are not getting lower your credit card interest rate calls and due to that fact our government just considers a few phone calls a minor annoyance.The FCC has temporarily halted 5 of the minor unprofitable boiler rooms. They will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days.In the meantime the calls will continue since the major money is being made with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like   http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.comIn their own words:  'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.'You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their con then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet. The only way to stop this is to contact the FBI and ask why this crime family is allowed to operate and facilitate the ongoing criminal operations. This is one of the reasons that the RICO act was put in place, so why aren't they using it. Is this because this isn't a high profile, news worthy operation or is the FBI too understaffed and busy with Homeland Security issues. Maybe if we were rich they would take this seriously, but then if we were rich we would be using that criminal organizations services and protecting them instead of trying to shut them down. It is alleged that they launder money from Pacific Telecom through a trust bank account in Oregon and into foreign accounts at Scotiabank in Belize and other destinations.  Why hasn't the FBI used the RICO act and gone after this organization? On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961–1968), commonly referred to as the 'RICO Act', became United States law. The RICO Act allowed law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as 'the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legitimate organizations operating in interstate commerce'. S.Rep. No. 617, 91st Cong., 1st Sess. 76 (1968). However, the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce.Any criminal activity can be reported to the FBI here:  https://tips.fbi.govWhat To Do When You Get an Illegal Robocall; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/robocalls1.    Hang Up. Do not press 1 or any other numbers to get off the list and NEVER call them back2.    Consider blocking the number or on a cell phone add it to a contact list and assign NO ring tone3.    Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints4.    Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov5.    People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals officeRegister your phone numbers online at http://www.donotcall.gov or call (888) 382-1222 (must call from # you want removed).There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com

616-613-2100

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Just another one of the spoofed numbers used by the "card services" scammers. Google my name to learn how I have eliminated their calls, while also having some fun!

616-613-2100

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Another unknown caller that I won't answer. No message left. Called from Zeeland, MI.

616-613-2100

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Second call from Card Services, different number. Spoke with "Emily Baxter" badge #1416.I wasted as much of her time as possible! Requested to be removed, she said no and hung up. Just waiting for my last chance to pass!

616-613-2100

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Thanks for all your work. Unfortunately, neither the US FCC, or any of the phone Co.s either can't or wont do anything much if at all about all these calls which come from all over the US, and worldwide!  ATT for instance, only allowa 10 numbers to be blocked at any one time, and does not enable 800+ #s to be blocked; they're no help at all (I read Verizon only blocks five numbers at any one time). I also read they get revenue from these operators--I believe it!

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The national pandemic of telephone terrorism perpetrated by desperate criminal collection agencies and scam artists of every despicable sort is because they are trying to terrorize people who are naive enough to answer and submit to unsolicited telephone calls or written "collection" letters that have no legitimate legal debt associated with them or any of the companies, universities, or whomever else they claim to represent. Because most "little guys" were bankrupted by the criminal Wall St / Congress / Big Oil / Big Bankers / Big Business / Military / Robber Barons, so the desperate collection agencies are attempting to collect unpaid debts from innocent people by terrorizing them into submission. News reports claim that some of these nefarious rogue calls are originating from overseas, where the caller claims to be a relative down on his or her luck who needs hundreds or thousands of dollars to get out of trouble, a policeman or government agent threatening their unwitting victims with lawsuits, fines, garnishments, seizures of property and imprisonment, and any other unconscionable tactic they can use to terrify and swindle the unwary out of their life savings.Word of advice. NEVER answer any calls you don't recognize or are not expecting. Use selective call rejection service if available, or switch to an Internet-based telephone service which provides comprehensive call rejection options. If rogue calls become chronic, turn off all the ringers on all of your phones except one, and set its volume to the minimum setting. Digital hardware call blockers, the popular "DIGITONE Call Blocker 10" for example, could help or do harm depending on how high-tech and aggressive the rogue callers are against your phone number. The more technology you use against them, the more likely they will use technology more aggressively against you to the point where your phone could ring more frequently from rogue calls and in middle of the night hours. So staying lower-tech could actually help to keep your phone a bit more under their unrelenting predatory radar. If you don't answer the call and the caller is legitimate, they will usually leave a voicemail after the first or second try. Rogue callers almost never leave voicemail messages because that could be used as evidence against them if it came to a lawsuit, albeit spoofed calls are backed by governments and corporations, so there is nothing the little guy can do against such illegitimate activities but to block and ignore them. If you receive a rogue letter in the mail warning you of some "collection" action against you, if you don't actually owe it, reply with a short letter stating that you don't owe it. Or if you do owe all or part of it, reply with something like "You claim I owe you a debt. Under §809 FDCPA, I request validation of this debt."Only give them your name as THEY have written it to you (e.g. “John Doe” not “Jonathon Q. Doe” or however you normally sign your own name), address, and the account number they report. But if you do not owe the debt (zombie debt, aged debt, mistaken or stolen identity, forgery, etc.) state that you have never done any business with them or with the (alleged) original creditor of any kind and you expect the collection agency to close the matter, stop harassing you and take any bad credit marks they've caused off of your credit rating, and furthermore, that any further contact from them must be in writing on their official business correspondence letterhead. Send your letter to them a.s.a.p., always within thirty days, first class certified mail return receipt requested. If they refuse it and you get the letter back unopened, leave it unopened and save it in your files as evidence against them should they pursue legal action against you. If they did receive it and continue to pursue action against you, let them. The judge will throw it out of court. If the rogue collection agency sells your account to another rogue collection agency just tell them the claim has been proven invalid and offer to send them a copy of your letter to the previous rogue collection agency.Warn all your friends about this rash of desperate collection agency terrorism, and how to combat it. Knowledge is power. The more you learn how to combat rogue collection agencies, back-taxes scammers, phishing scammers, "faith and family" scammers, political action committees and other low-life flimflammers, the more you will learn how easy it is to do.Above all, keep a record of everything, of every rogue call w/ caller ID information displayed including time and date of each call. Maintain a complete file on any snail-mailed intimidation from rogue collection agencies, including copies of all correspondences and postal receipts. Reporting rogue calls on sites like 800notes.com, whocallsme.com, phoneowner.info is a great idea too, because many people find these sites by googling for the rogue number(s) after receiving calls from them. -- Start Here:http://www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs3-hrs2.htmhttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=%C2%A7809+FDCPAhttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=zombie-debthttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=slander-of-credithttp://www.google.com/search?num=50&q=limited-liability-company+collection-agencyhttp://www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs27-debtcoll.htmhttp://www.ehow.com/way_5849463_do-up-certified-dispute-letter.htmlhttp://www.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Defeat-a-Collection-Agencyhttp://www.hubpages.com/hub/Battling-Consumer-Debt-Collectors-Part-2-I-Do-Not-Owe-This-Debthttp://www.hubpages.com/hub/Sample-letters-for-disputes-to-creditors--collectors-and-credit-bureaushttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FDCPAhttp://www.fair-debt-collection.com/Disputing ... ute-letter.html (most say the above sample letter is too long and should be much shorter)http://www.fair-debt-collection.com/statue-limitations.htmlhttp://www.spooftel.com/Credit Report:https://www.annualcreditreport.com/cra/index.jspUSPS:https://www.usps.com/send/insurance-and-extra-services.htmOther links:http://www.cnn.com/2008/LIVING/personal/02/29 ... tors/index.htmlhttp://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Defeat-a-Collection-Agencyhttp://clarkhoward.com/shownotes/category/12/103/358/http://clarkhoward.com/topics/drop_dead_letter.html -- Information for filing complaints against rogue telephone calls, telephone harassment, false "bill collector" harassment, etc., in the United States and Canada (pursue legal action only as a last resort):UNITED STATESUS National Do Not Call Registry, file complaint: https://www.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspxFederal Trade Commissionhttp://www.ftc.gov 1-877-382-4357File complaint online: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govhttps://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FTC_Wizard.aspx?Lang=enthat is at www.ftc.govFederal Communications CommissionTelephone toll free:  1-888-225-5322http://www.fcc.gov/contacts.htmlFile complaint online: http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumers.htmlhttp://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htmFCC Abandoned Calls Complaint form:http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/1088D-R.pdfemail:  fccinfo@fcc.govBetter Business Bureau, Check out a Business, find owner, contact info; file a Complaint:http://www.bbb.org/us/INTERNET CRIME:File report for Internet Crime at:Internet Crime Complaint Centrehttp://www.ic3.gov/default.aspxCANADARCMP Phone bustersTelephone toll free: 1-888-495-8501Mon-Fri 8:30-5:20 pm (Eastern Time)E-mail: info@phonebusters.comRCMP Website is at: http://www.phonebusters.com  File complaint online:  https://www.recol.ca/intro.aspx?lang=en(Register with a password and then can continually file complaints)Canada National Do Not Call Registry:Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)Telephone toll free to File A Complaint: 1-866-580-3625(to withdraw a complaint is 877-249-2782)CRTC online complaints form: https://www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca/pfplin-fccoin-engthat is at  www.crtc.gc.caBetter Business Bureau, Check out a Business, find owner, contact info; file a Complaint:http://www.bbb.org/canada/

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The Do Not Call list works very well.  You can tell that the caller is a scammer by virtue of the fact that they are calling you at all.  Real companies, with legitimate business don't make random robocalls to folks on the DNC list. As for Uncle Sam... your Congress has allocated nearly nothing to the FTC for enforcement. They're doing what they can with the resources provided. Unfortunately, the technology enables the scammers to make thousands of calls cheaply from pretty much anywhere on the planet, including places far away from the U.S.

616-613-2100

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Couldn't agree with you more !!!  That government number to stop unwanted calls is indeed WORTHLESS !!! They do NOTHING to stop the calls and nothing to assist and refuse to call back when you inquire.  Typical Washington, D.C. political rip-off program...The tax payers are probably paying some highly excessive govt. salary to someone to handle it.

616-613-2100

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"Lower your credit card interest rate and payment. Press 1 now to find out the terms, conditions and associated changes before the next billing cycle. Again, this is your final notice. So press one now to take advantage of this today."FINAL NOTICE my Aunt Fanny! Nothing but a crap call, I wish people would find something else to do with their time. The "No Call List is USELESS!!!

616-613-2100

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I received a call from 616 613 2100. I answered but there seemed to be no one on the other end of the line. I tried to call the number back and it seemed to temporarily open but hang up. After that, it would just keep ringing or a busy signal. With all of this identity fraud going on, I am very suspicious.

616-613-2100

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I continue to get calls from 610-613-2100 (zeeland, MI) but when I answer, no one is there.I've tried calling back and I get some sort of card services recording and or it just rings and rings!

616-613-2100

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These calls just keep coming! A recording says something about my credit card and I should hold for a representative or hit 9 to be taken off the list. I hit 9 and nothing happened, just dead air. My guess is these calls will continue to come in...aaarrggghhh!

616-613-2100

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The people calling are the "card services' scammers. As reported in the AARP Bulletin, the people (creatures) employed by these scammers are mainly drug addicts, trying to cheat people in order to pay for their disgusting habit.

616-613-2100

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Called the number back as it said it was "card services" and got an answering machine that said, "I am a 14 year old girl..  Some one has gotten a hold of my number and are maliciously calling other people with my number as the caller ID number..  Please stop calling". Who is calling and why is unknown to me.

925-557-3509

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Darn, first call at 3:35 regected by these clowns. LOL

925-557-3509

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These idiots are completely anoying and will not stop calling me even after requesting to be taken off their list. I would love to piss in their faceses

925-557-3509

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What the heck does that mean?

925-557-3509

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Lets see what all of us has in comment? are we all caring 310 phone numbers?

925-557-3509

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Please, please stop calling my cell phone about insurance. No, thank you!

925-557-3509

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It not only borders on harassment ... it IS harassment on a grand scale!!!For every single scam call (or variation of the same scam) it goes from scam to harassment of everyone they call along with mass disruption of people's lives and invasion of everyone's privacy!! They refuse to stop calling because, even as stupid as they are, they know this and by hiding behind their boiler rooms, spoofed numbers and robo-dialers they are cowards who think they will never be caught and pay the price ... they do it because they think they will always get away with it!Vermin Luke these slugs and waste of oxygen and space need to be removed from existence. They serve no useful purpose to anyone!

925-557-3509

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report these [removed:lang].  10 calls in 10 minutes.  Consistently calling for no reason.Telemarketing b***s***and #Customer Server.  The first time they called, I picked up knowing it was something Sketchy cuz i have 0 family in San ramone CAlifornia...  People who did this dont deserve to live.  This borders harassment on a very annoying level.

925-557-3509

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Call from this number to my cell phone. I don't answer unknown callers. No message left

925-557-3509

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Same thing is happening to me and this company is relentless and will not remove you from their list.

925-557-3509

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report them to the FTC

925-557-3509

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I got call from the 925 557 3509 couple time. Noone answer except hanging up whenever I tried to answer. It's annoying and cost me money. Where do we report them?I don't have block call feather on my phone, any suggestion?

925-557-3509

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I've received 2 calls from this number within about 20 minutes. I routinely don't answer calls that I don't recgonize. I had a very funny feeling that this was one of those telemarketing calls everyone hates to get. Lately I've been getting at least 3 - 4 emails about car insurance. I never open them but I'm getting sick of getting them. Any ideas on how to get rid of those?

925-557-3509

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Report them to the FTC. It is against the law to harass people on the phone like that.

925-557-3509

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I have been getting phone calls from 925-557-509 and 800-218-2350. I have told them many times to take me off their list and no more than 30 minutes later I get a call from the same number that I just yelled at. They are saying that I went online to get a suggested quote for car insurace. I have done no such thing.

925-557-3509

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This is the fourth number I've blocked from these people. Telling them no doesn't work, telling them to be taken off the list doesn't help. Maybe a blow horn will. LOL

925-557-3509

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Got multiple calls from this number and when I called back they tried to immediately connect me to an auto insurance agent for a quote and starting a new policy. When I told them I already had insurance the person hung up. Seems sketchy and unprofessional.

925-557-3509

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I would think reporting to the FTC. Enough of those, then people will be investigated.

925-557-3509

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I'm so pissed what the heck are we suppose to do to make them stop! there asking for a death wish! Ive been receiving these calls for months and now to come to know there from the same people really pisses me off even more! i am sick and tiered of receiving calls that don't answer back and hang up when i call them back from another phone...! especially when Ive contacted  them and specifically asked to be removed from the calling list. The same day still receive very unwanted calls!!!!! pisses me off!

925-557-3509

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Yep, it sure is. I get the other #'s too.The 218 one called 6x yesterday. Today the 925 one is calling! Soooo annoyed.

925-557-3509

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Just got a call, I called back on a pay phone, and it's the same people probibally associated with the following numbers below800-218-2350888-565-3305866-258-0294

313-221-4293

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This person is calling my home and now my cell #.  Ia m wondering wo is this person

845-704-1997

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Very disturbing

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