sent link with my first name. link will not open.
Also called me on my Cell...and left no message...
It was a recorded telemarketer that called. I hung up before I heard what they were talking about.
Got a call and didn't answer. Caller ID came up UNKNOWN. No message was let.
Got an unsolicited text: If you would like to receive Guaranteed Savings on your Gas & Electric bills; "Reply Yes". No Contract Required. This is a free service!I'm reporting this to the FCC, as my cell phone is on the federal do-not-call list.
Called ostensibly to verify my address for an online order I had made but couldn't tell me which one. (I order online a lot, so I have no idea which vendor it might be.) Could hear kids playing in the background, so they must farm this out to people working at home. I hated to be so blunt with a working mom, but this was a major waste of my time to deal with some unwanted shopping club / identity theft service / (she talked so quickly it all ran together).
Just got my first call from this number. I didn't pick up and they left no message.
Left msg saying her name was Carolyn Green from Final Claims Legal Department. Mispronounced first name so that it changed gender. Gave a case number and said if didn't respond, paperwork would be issued immediately. She repeated the number several times, said to refer to the case # and then said "Good Luck".
Got a call from them too. The guy said he was with a police charity. I guess he figured he was wasting his time trying to finagle money from me, because I know I came off as perturbed. He giggled and hung up on me. I'm pretty sure if it were a real charity, then his response wouldn't have been thus.I'm on the National Do Not Call List. I reported them. I find that no matter the nature of the call, if I file a complaint to the registry, I never hear from them again. But that could be a coincidence.
They called me at 11:00 at night! What's up with that!
I have no idea who this might be.
No answer then they kept calling
Claims I'm randomly selected to win a "BestBuy gift" (a $1000 gift card."
This is either an abusive debt collector or a scammer, you'll have to figure out which. Scammers are using bought/hacked loan application data to extort payments for fictitious debts from victims and victims' families and friends.
They said they are hydroxitone ("the amazing anti aging skin cream that I must have seen online!" Aka. Scam marketing company. Ignore