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    1. Jarrett says:

      This same number called but I didn't answer. Never seen a number like this before. No name on ID but has a 0 in the lower left side of caller ID.

    2. Ernest says:

      i dont no them n they r playing on my phone

    3. Scot says:

      Yes playing on line please tell me who this is

    4. Alfred says:

      keeps calling and no one is on the line.

    5. Tyson says:

      Received two calls from this number in three days. I did tell the caller that I would not like to be called again, but obviously they don't care about that and keep calling. I would like report this number if I receive another call from it.  BTW, I never told anyone else my number except my wife.

    6. Cletus says:

      this number 239-822-1238 calls and same old man answers and states no i did nt call so i called back from work phone dept. of corrections its funny how the 239-822 and the exact time comes up will report this to the FTC. and file a report.

    7. Bryon says:

      Why would anyone do business with a firm calling from an obvious scam company that doesn't even have a legit phone number? LOL A-holes

    8. Heath says:

      Thank God Cliff provided this info.  I just moved to Austin.  The TSTA called me when I lived in Houston.  Whenever I (foolishly) answered, there was always a very stern, drill sergeant sounding voice obviously on a speakerphone and it got my attention.  Then you could hear a "forced volunteer" reading from a script about fatherless families and brave men. I interrupted and asked if he was soliciting money.  He dodged the question, but later asked, "How much would like to give?  Would $25 be too much?"...... I said to put me on their "do not call list", but I see now that they are exempt.  I hate it when authority figures try to squeeze money out of you, leaving you with thought "what if they know my address and license tag number?" ...  I have always donated generously to law enforcement support groups (100 Club in Houston), but it has come from my heart, not my fear.   These people need to change their tactics or be open to lawsuits.

    9. Neville says:

      I have also received calls from this number.  They said I entered a sweepstakes and was in the running for $25,000.  When I asked how I was entered they said it was through my credit card and that they had a few survey questions for me.  They asked if I was married, single, or divorced and then my age bracket.  When I ansered the age question she made a big deal out of how young I sounded and asked when I graduated.  I told her I was skeptical about answering her questions.  She said thanks and hung up.  I recommend not answering calls from this number.

    10. Von says:

      Went on for 1/2 hour. Tried caliing them and the number is unreachable

    11. Enoch says:

      15160087006 -- beware of computer malware scammers!

    12. Augustine says:

      wierd text now number with unknown area code. how they even get my phone number? i thought that was private.

    13. Ricky says:

      Have been receiving numerous annoying phone calls for days from this number.  They do not leave a message.  My caller ID says "Telesight Inc.".  I am registered with DNC.  I feel that if it really is important they would've left a voice message by now.  If it's really important, they will now have to contact me by mail because I have since blocked them from my phone.

    14. Gerald says:

      205-313-6750 has called a few times, never leaves a message, Never says anthing once line is picked up.

    15. Elias says:

      Numerous calls to home phones and cellphones. Claim to be political survey (obviously to get around National Do Not Call Registry). Says "free cruise" so they are either trying to sell travel services or timeshare, or commit some sort of fraud with credit card numbers. You shouldn't assume anyone sold your phone number. Autodialers can dial every number that exists--phone numbers are a series of numbers so just start at (000) 000-0001 and keep going. They probably put in valid area codes and phone exchange numbers and then just set it to dial from 0001 to 9999. Before computers telephone solicitors did that all time with copied sheet of the 4 digit series and you marked it off as you called it. REPORT THEM to the National Do Not Call Registry: www.donotcall.gov. If you are not registered--then go to the same website and register--your registry never expires!