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    Comments

    1. Walton says:

      Same dam thing just happened to me they asked me for 290 wow wow wow f****n with me on a Friday no I need some money

    2. Roman says:

      well do you have a number so that these people can be contracted

    3. Curtis says:

      Selling dental insurance, most likely a scam

    4. Arnulfo says:

      said they saw me before idk

    5. Jae says:

      Got a text saying "Thank You for Visiting Us. Call 877-225-2304. We have your 100 dollar giftcard. and they give a code. (I don't give out my cell # except as emergency contact, so I don't know how they got this #, must be SPAM.

    6. Theo says:

      They claim they can get you a lower interest rate on your credit card

    7. Bobby says:

      Hey U its me Jen... msg me at

    8. Rey says:

      Same here.  Replied to Cars.Com ad.  Wanted to transact further communications via walker.mcgill@yahoo.com.

    9. Granville says:

      I got a call from Mary Alvarez (209-858-3639) saying she was try to get a hold of a neighbor because it was an emergency. Thought it was weird so googled the phone # and this was the first listing regarding it.

    10. Micheal says:

      have called about  times in 1 hour.  there is no one there.

    11. Mario says:

      There is nothing to panic about. Debt collection agencies will often attempt to contact people from public directories and databases in hopes of fluking contact with a related party to the debtor who is prepared to divulge useful contact information. These agencies will utilise more than simply the white pages, but also records relating to credit and loan applications such as the Veda database which also records when a person enters a plan for any type of service eg mobile telephone, internet etc. (note: not all such providers divulge this information). Your personal details will generally be accessible if you have ever applied for a credit card or loan. Having said that you are under no obligation to provide anyone with any details over the phone, even if you are the person they are looking for, and ought simply hang up (or, if you have the time, take them for a ride as it can be quite amusing).

    12. Courtney says:

      Telemarketing. You can put your number on this company's Do Not Call list. If they continue to call you can file a complaint with National Do Not Call Registry.

    13. Claudio says:

      i got call from this no . how can i find who is that?

    14. Cody says:

      We have been getting calls from this number all week. It's some sort of telemarketing scam. We are on the DNC list, yet they continue to keep calling even after we have told them to stop.

    15. Jamie says:

      Portfolio Recovery scumbags call me ever day! I don't owe anyone anything and have told them many times. It has been years and they are still calling every day including Sunday. I haven't answered the phone in over a year. There should be a law against these scumbags.