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2021-05-01 17:32:00Rey segundo
Saw this number coming in - didn't answer - no voicemail - called back two minutes later and reached a message that this number is temporarily out of service-Magic I guess
2021-03-18 02:06:00Julie Bonomo
Ex lyin azz boyfriend
2021-01-31 22:20:00P Under
I don't want no calls or texts from this number
2021-01-06 05:56:00Jazon
old scam - FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION WEBSITE HAS THIS INFO ON IT they specifically address the BOGUS CHECKS the scammers are sending and WHY YOU DO NOT PAY for legitimate winnnings www-ftc-gov bcp edu microsites phonefraud sweepstakes-shtmlSweepstakes & Lotteries ScamsCongratulations, it's your lucky day You've just won ,If you get a phone call or a letter with a message like this, be skeptical- 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 more and more for the products ? if they ever get them at all- How to avoid prize and sweepstakes fraudThe next time you get a "personal" telephone call or letter telling you "it's your lucky day," remember: Don't pay to collect sweepstakes winnings- If you have to pay to collect your winnings, you're not winning ? you're buying- Legitimate sweepstakes don't require you to pay "insurance," "taxes", or "shipping and handling charges" to collect your prize-Hold on to your money- Scammers pressure people to wire money through commercial money transfer companies because wiring money is the same as sending cash- When the money's gone, there's very little chance of recovery- Likewise, resist any push to send a check or money order by overnight delivery or courier- Con artists recommend these services so they can get to your money before you realize you've been cheated-Phone numbers can deceive- Some con artists use Internet technology to call you- It allows them to disguise their area code: although it may look like they're calling from your local area, they could be calling from anywhere in the world-How to recognize a reloaderTheir offer requires a "recovery fee-" Legitimate organizations, like national, state, and local consumer enforcement agencies and non-profit organizations, do not charge or guarantee results for their services to help you get your money back from a telemarketing fraud-Their offer requires you to wire money or send it by a courier- They contact you several times to urge you to buy more merchandise to increase your chances of winning so-called valuable prizes- Fake Check ScamsIt's your lucky day You just won a foreign lottery The caller says so- And they are sending a cashier's check to cover the taxes and fees- All you have to do to get your winnings is deposit the check and wire the money to the sender to pay the taxes and fees- You're guaranteed that when they get your payment, you'll get your prize- There's just one catch: this is a scam- The check is no good, even though it appears to be a legitimate cashier's check- The lottery angle is a trick to get you to wire money to someone you don't know- If you were to deposit the check and wire the money, your bank would soon learn that the check was a fake- And you would be out the money: The money you wired can't be recovered, and you're responsible for the checks you deposit - even though you don't know they're fake-International Lottery Scams?Congratulations You may receive a certified check for up to , U-S- CASH Tax free Your odds to WIN are ,? ?Hundreds of U-S- citizens win every week using our secret system You can win as much as you want? Sound great? It's a fraud- Scam operators ? often based in Canada ? are using the telephone to entice U-S- consumers to buy chances in high-stakes foreign lotteries from as far away as Australia and Europe- These lottery solicitations violate U-S- law, which prohibits the cross-border sale or purchase of lottery tickets by phone or mail- The FTC has these words of caution for consumers who are thinking about responding to a foreign lottery: - If you play a foreign lottery ?on the telephone or through the mail ? you're violating federal law- - There are no secret systems for winning foreign lotteries- Your chances of winning more than the cost of your tickets are slim to none- If you purchase one foreign lottery ticket, expect many more bogus offers for lottery or investment ?opportunities-? Your name will be placed on ?sucker lists? that fraudulent telemarketers buy and sell- Keep your credit card and bank account numbers to yourself- Scam artists often ask for them during an unsolicited sales pitch- The bottom line: Ignore all phone solicitations for foreign lottery promotions- If you receive what looks like lottery material from a foreign country, give it to your local postmaster-FTC PublicationsA JOLT from the Blue: Jamaican Fraudsters Using Telemarketing to Target U-S- Consumers Prize Offers: You Don't Have to Pay to Play Latest Sweepstakes Scams International Lottery Scams Scammers Exploit the FTC?s Good Name, Promise Phony Sweepstakes Prizes More ResourcesYour state Attorney General's website"I received a call from a man who told me I won a million dollars in a Canadian lottery, but before I could collect the money, I would have to pay taxes- The man told me to send a cashier's check for to their representative in Jamaica- Over the next year I sent money on occasions totaling almost ,- The man had instructed me to send money, via cashier's checks, in , increments- The last payment sent was for about ,- The bank put a stop on this transaction and informed me that I was probably a victim of a scam- Since last month, the man has left over a dozen voicemail messages for me- I've stopped taking his calls- The whole thing makes me very nervous-" Contact Us ftc-gov phonefraud
2020-12-12 06:43:00Texas
Unsolicited call , from this number; no message left-I recently renewed our home phone (land line) and cell phone on the federal Do Not Call list for solicitors- Googled Cliffside Park, NJ and found this list of other complaints- Am adding my complaint to the list
2020-12-01 09:19:00tina stewart
solicitor of loans
2020-11-30 22:29:00Whart
Today was a test of the DPU alert system right before noon
2020-11-26 00:40:00Jefferey
I've had missed calls from this number since : this morning- It is now :am- I don't answer calls from people I don't know or numbers I don't recognize- Of course, no messages were left- I did discover however, the last time this happened to me, the best way to stop the calling is to have someone of the opposite gender to yourself answer and say they have the wrong number
2020-11-24 23:59:00organic
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2020-11-16 19:51:00Xopster
Our relative had a voicemail looking for someone by my wife's maiden name- They said their name was Terry Burke and was calling about a claim against my wife- We called the number and it said the name of the company was Nationwide