Some scammer. The number comes back to a couple of ladies in Washington State. One wonders if they know somebody is using their number on the phony caller ID.
Recv'd on Tue 3/17/2009. It's the old extended vehicle warranty SCAM.
For past two months, I have received almost weekly calls from this number. When I answer, it is a pre-recorded messaged about extended car warranty expiring. I know it is a scam as I do not have this option.
they call me constantly saying that a warranty on a vehicle is expiring, and this is the second notice. i have never had a vehicle in this country, and keep spending money and time to answer these phone calls. who is this? anyone knows?
The whole situation is ridiculous. We can go to the moon.....why can't anyone find out exactly where the calls are coming from? It shouldn't be that hard for the telephone company to investigate this and give us piece of mind that we won't have to be bothered anymore by this nut.
I have a Blackberry that I use for only email. No one that I know has this number. I have gotten a call from 253-964-6881 but didn't answer.
It's the auto warranty scam.
Dan from NY
Got a call while at work on my cell phone a woman answered up and when they announced what they were calling about, I went ballistic and let them know that if they called me again I would consider it harassment and I would pursue pressing charges against them with the FTC or whomever I need to and she said to do it.
called me on 03/16/09- Did not answer
tried to call number back not in service whats with this
yes. I got a call from this number too. on march 17 morning, i am looking for job so I thought its from some company asks me to go to interview,and I called back twice, but they just said "all lines are busy now" wired
I had them call me the other day. I don't answer numbers I don't know, and they didn't leave a message. I live in Washington, but I have a Kansas number, and nobody up here really has my number. I tried calling back several times, but it wouldn't go through.
Called on 3/17/09 at 945am left no message. Tried to call back but never rang or answered. Stated disconnected. What is up with these 200 numbers calling and doing this lately?
called me at school yesterday. I'm a senior and luckily I had it on silent...Idk if the voicemail was from this number but it was cut off in the beginning because I guess the automated system started too soon.
An Attorney from New York, NY
They called me after midnight about a car warranty. Been getting lots (25+ calls/week; 5+ calls/days) of the same sounding peoples all selling either a "car warranty" or car insurance sounding sales pitch from varied numbers lately, and on weekdays only mainly 7AM-12PM exclusively. No vehicles within household even. This is a mobile number from Manhattan that is being called and it has been on the DoNotCall.org registry since inception. These callers are either breaking the law or trying to scam us for information money & maybe identity apparently. Do not EVER give a stranger or ANY caller your personal information ever including your VIN number(s).
Got a call from it at 12:43 pm. No message. Got the operator when I called it back.
OH AND I GOT IT AT 10:21AM ON THE 17 OF MARCH
I GOT THIS CALL AS WELL I ANSWERED I HEARD THE OPERATOR AND I JUST HUNG UP
Somebody is calling me from this number, when I call back the number is not working
I got a call from this number at 1:45 p.m. on my cellphone. I was at school so I didnt answer but its kinda freaking me out since the number's like from WA and I live across the country...
Got this call on March 17, 2009 at 1:09pm. I'm in Atlanta, Georgia. I seldom to never give my cell number out, as it is my only number, so this 253 number got MY number from some business whom I trust and must have my number to contact me (i.e. your glasses are ready, your car is ready, etc...) Bollocks, I say.
called from 253-964-6881 - identified themselves at Warranty Solutions. I played along as long as I could, trying to find out who they really are. I asked the lady "So, where are you based?" and she said "We're everywhere, Sir!" and went in to a long scripted advertisement about how they could sell me a warranty anywhere....when I pressed her "But where is your headquarters?" she hung up.
These people may be the equivalent of email spammers, just hunting for information to use stealing identities.
The real question is how are they getting our cell phone #s?
Got a call from these parasites at 10:22 this morning while working. Excuse me,,,,,trying to work.
Sounds like autodial machine dialing cell (March 17)
annoying and do not know how this caller got my PRIVATE cell.
Same here...got a call 2hrs ago
GOT A CALL WANTED TO KONW IF I WANTED A GOOD TIME. AS SHE WAS GIGGLING
CALL MY CELL PHONE HOW DID THEY GOT MY NUMBER WHO ARE THEY?