The person calling claimed to be doing a survey to do with a financial institution we supposedly dealt with? Yah... I bet he's like this kind of info - sadly it wasn't an institution we even deal with?? and we're not supposed to be suspicious about calls like this?
It is truly intrusive to receive any calls from unknown numbers. As if I don't get at least 4-5 different ones calling me daily already now I have this stupid number to my list! All that appears in call display is 'Ontario'. I live in Alberta. Is so very very annoying and an invasion to ones privacy!
I received a call from them. I called back using GChat and the recording says they are from Market Probe. I also recently opened an account at my local RBC. From the above comments about getting calls from RBC and the fact the number belongs to a market research company, I would say it's safe to say that it was an innocent market research call from RBC.
I'm not an RBC customer, so why should they be calling me?
This company calls often once and more often than once a day. We have finally started to answer their calls and they demand to speak to my husband who is never home when they call even though I have told them I can help and even after I told them his working hours. I asked to be removed from their calling list. She gave me a phone number and extension to call and be taken off the list - the number was fake - it just rings and rings.
Just got the call. This woman tries pronouncing my name 3 times and really didn't ever get it right. Anyway, once I confirmed that I was the person she was asking for, she started to give me the talk about doing the survey to gauge my satisfaction with RBC with whom I just did some financial business with. Hmmmm..... then she asked if I was busy... YES, I am always busy and I told her that I don't do phone surveys. It was Market Probe. She politely asked if she could call another time and I politely said NO. End of conversation. Next time I see my financial advisor I will be telling her to make sure I am not put on any list.
no calls please anymore
they called asking about banking imformation and wanted to do a survey on behalf of rbc. Hung up but they got my sin. Reported to wrpd and rcmp
Asking for 'Stefanie'... I never go by that name.
Got a call from this number, they hung up once I said my name.
Are you dumb or would you prefur we call you stupid and rude because only a stupid person wold call a stranger dumb on an online forum about phone harrasment . Perhaps the police could point us tl the pellets we should be reporting this iLLIGAL activity to. Because it is illigal and the.police are who the public goes to for help with reporting illigal activities . Or were YOU to dumb to know that when you left your insulting reply to the original poster.
I got call at 4 am again and again from these people. This is a new number . I could not figure out how they got it. Then I remembered that I answered one job post on craigslist for a greeter and these calls started a few days later. Only person besides family who was given new cell numbed.
Has called three time a day for five days
When I pick up one is on the other end
Called it back got a busy signal, getting sick of this
They have been calling several times this morning 3-4 times before noon. I always update my info on The No Call List., and still get solicitations calls, Ugh!
I called the 4162331555 and entered extension 228. Someone answered, I asked why I was getting the calls, they explained it was for a survey. I asked to have my number removed, and they did. Haven't had a call since! Hope that helps!
As suggested by another respondent, I phoned Market Probe at 416-233-1555 (who picked up right away) and asked if they operate 416-233-0047 (which calls daily, never leaves a message and is always busy when I call back). The man said yes and that he could remove me from the call list. I am a new RBC customer so this is a possibility, as others have reported.
unwanted call listed, no identification
This is legit, I talked to RBC it is a customer service survey. No need to give information over the phone if you don't want.
Called to talk to my husband about a survey with RBC business banking?
BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING
ASK FOR A LOAN LATELY? it opens up these doors of hell an thats only part of it.Ask your bank manager to take you off the list to call . If they say they have no idea of what your talking about. Just more lies.You do not want anyone from their organization to call you , right down to the janitor . You will accept calls from your local branch only all other are telemarketers gathering information at what time your home and if you answer your phone,what your buying habits are .This all began at your local bank doing you a service It has never been the same since Mary left the bank years ago.
Called me asking to conduct a small survey after agreeing to the survey they started asking me about my banking information... innformation that RBC should already have as well so i hung up. Ever since ive been getting at least 1 call a day. They also never leave a voicemail
This is a survey company acting as a separate entity from RBC in order to eliminate bias results.
They will ask you a few questions in regards to your telebanking/branch interaction that occurred most likely within the week. If you rate them perfect scores, the individual you interacted with gets bonus pay for meeting customer experience mandates. Anything less than perfect does not count for this individual. It is important to remember that this survey is in regards to that interaction with that RBC employee and not the bank itself.
So, if you had a great experience, please share! Too many people only share the bad experiences and do not take time to praise some one for doing a great job!
Criminal acts need criminal reporting! What call center do you work for since you think you're so professional and ethical? Appears http://www.marketprobe.com/about-us/our-global-network/canada-zoom.html need to do a little research on PR and phone calls!
You're going to report it to the police? Are you really that dumb? Do you not think they have better things to do than to deal with you receiving a marketing call?
My husband answered and they said they asked for me and said they wanted to talk to me about customer satisfaction. He told her that I was pretty busy (which I was) and that we didn't do market surveys... She said Oh I'm sorry and was gone! Sounds pretty fishy as the call was on our business line and I would never have given that out for any business I might do personally! Up to something I'm thinkin' ...
Or Your husband is having an affair
It's RBC bank.
I had the misfortune of working there a couple years ago. I understand that the calls are annoying but you have to understand at the end of the day people are just trying to do their job and make a living. Some of you guys were a***oles and I would intentionally not put your name on the do not call list if you requested it. A little kindness and levelheadedness goes along way. By the way you are doing yourself a disservice by simply not answering or answering and saying the person is not here. The phone number then reenters the system and we end up calling you 3 to 4 times a day (especially towards the end of the month)
I would really appreciate it if you would stop calling my house every 2 hours everyday. Please stop!
This phone number is horribly annoying. They sound as if they own you or otherwise they are government and investigate you. The guy, who called, did not identify himself. I placed them in my ignor list, thanks to iPhone.