This number called me and knew my name, I lost them in the metro, when I attempted to call back it was my voice mail (or appeared to be) and asked me to enter my pin.
cust didn't want to receive calls from unknown number
Get two or three voice mails from this number each week. When I call back there's nothing but static. Who is responsible?
No message. Do not recognize this number as someone I know, receive several calls per week.
401-369-3705 has left something like 10 voice mails on my cell phone number, somehow doing this without ringing my phone. It's a junk caller.
This number is also used for ATT voicemail
I finally figured it out. It is the voicemail number from tracfone. To pick up your voicemail messages just press and hold the number 1 on the keypad and then you can listen to the message and/or delete it.
Is your mobile provider AT&T? Check to see what number you dial for voicemail. This is the number that my phone calls to collect voicemail. If you phone is telling you that you have a message, this number will appear for you to dial.
Voice mail from the same number today.
I got a voice mail on my cell phone, shown as being from 401-369-0705. This coincided with a missed call from 612-808-8171; I don't understand how the call could show one number and the voice mail another. The message started in mid-sentence (evidently a robot that didn't wait for the tone) and was offering me credit, with the condition that I had to return the call today to qualify.
Multiple fraud markers: (1) Telemarketing call to a cell phone. (2) Robocall to voicemail. (3) Insistence on immediate response to qualify.
You probably got a recycled number from someone who owes debts. The only recourse you have is to have it changed to an unlisted one.
This number got my brand new cell# that I haven't given out to very many people!! I have NO idea how they got it! They call every day and do leave a message but my go phone has limlited minutes and I'm not going to use up money to listen to a vm from a possible debt collector! Pleeeeese help!