I have requested to be removed from their list numerous times, as well as have been on the national do not call registry for years.
contact the director of the company at:
12228 VENICE BLVD STE 559
LOS ANGELES CA 90066
Also report them to the FCC:
Also: They are being investigated by the FTC. Contact the investiagtor @
calls daily, I ignore,
I just wish they would give up.
These people call me at least once a day on my cell and home phone. Totally annoying. I have requested they stop calling and am on the do not call registry. Nothing works. They want to install a security system at no charge if I let them put a sign on my front lawn. From what I understand there is a $35 a month fee for the system. Anybody know how to stop them.
Rich in Delray Beach FL
TSS INC 503-448-5235 is alive and well !
"It" called me twice on 06-06, and twice 06/05/2012.
No message was left.
I entered the callback number... it politely answered and asked if I wished to be put on their "Do Not Call List ?.
They are still active !!!
Called me 5/17 & 5/19 while i was on vacation
My caller id showed 503-468-5235 and TSS, Inc. which is almost certainly a fake name, since the REAL TSS, Inc is a company base in Florida. The phone number is listed in Astoria, Oregon, but probably forwards to a call center outside of Oregon if you follow the prompts through to a live human being as I did. They were selling home security systems for VMS Alarm, a company based in Warwick in Rhode Island. You can reach VMS Alarm to express your displeasure with their marketing strategy at 1-866-493-1253. I spoke with a supervisor who gave his name as Brian F, who admitted that they do use third party telemarketers to promote their service.
Track your calls. If your number is on the national do not call list, you can sue them for $500 per call and all associated court costs. Brian seemed a little nervous when I informed him that employees can also be held responsible if phone company records validate the dates of the calls and company records indicate the employee did not remove the number after being asked to do so. To add your number to the do not call list visit https://www.donotcall.gov/register/reg.aspx. To file a complaint go to https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx?panel=2. You can file a complaint even if your number is not on the list IF you received a call that used a recorded message instead of a live person.
For calls that include a live person, always ask for their name, the name of the company they work for, the company they are calling on behalf of, and where they are located right at the beginning of the call. Tell them you are VERY interested in what they are selling if necessary. Once they have given you this information, demand to speak with the highest ranking supervisor on shift. When that person comes on ask for their name as well. Then ask that your number be taken off their list (use that exact phrase) and advise them that you are keeping a log of their calls in order to collect the $500 per call.
Got a call from 503-468-5235. Answered the phone and they said that my neighborhood was reported as having crimes, which is not. They wanted to install a home security for free and
that it would be connected straight to the police department. Called the police and they said
it was a scam , that 1 other person had called them about it too.
These guys just dont give up. Six calls today and it's only 7:30PM
Karen J. Fleisher
Why am I getting their calls????????????? What happend to the Do Not Disturb request?
Who are they and what do they want???
I also would like to add...we shouldn't go after these telemarketers for calling our phone numbers. We should go after these phone companies who issue these phone numbers to these telemarketers in the first place.
Anyone can call the phone company and get a phone number(s) to run a telemarket business, and the phone company doesn't care what type of business they run as long as they pay the bill.
The phone company is the one who hands out your number to these types of businesses, and we allow them to get away with it.
When I had my phone service hooked up, I opted out to have my number advertised and published. We pay extra to our phone companies to have our number "Unlisted" but yet we still get calls.
Forget the Do Not Call List..it doesn't work. I have been registered with them for a very long time. Registered the day I got my new number. The calls just keep coming non stop. So I know it doesn't work. We need to go after our phone companies for even handing out our numbers in the first place.
They called me and believe it or not..left a message. The recorded message was from a english speaking female voice.
I called the number back and the recorded message said to press 1 to be removed from their calling list. So I did. Said it takes up to 24 hours for the remove to come into place.
My advice...just call the number back and take yourself off the list.
I live in a senior apartment complex that already has a high security system, smoke alarms, and every thing there is for our safety.
Also I have the best security system in the world..it's called Smith and Wesson
Fill out the complaint form at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FTC_Wizard.aspx?lang=en and
http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm?id=d1e37. If they get several complaints, they'll investigate. They, also, work with the attorney generals of some states to prosecute.
Constant calls from this number - Burglar alarm company??????? Does no good to "Press 9 to be added to our Do not Call list". Spoke to live person today after a week of calls and she hung up on me. Habe reported to DNC List.
Its TSS - and it is an automated call that starts "The FBI reports there is 1 break in ....." free security systyem offer. Says Press 9 to be put on their Do not call list, but I don't think they care if you press 9 or not. My number is on the Government Do Not Call List and they still call
Just don't answer the phone
Companies are now disguising telemarketing in the form of a survey because surveys are exempt from the FTC regulations and the Do No Call registry, at least technically. As there have been many documented abuses of this, hopefully the FTC is working to close the loophole.
Called twice today and always hangs up on answering machine. Appreciate others comments about what this is about. Sounds like another scam. They should all die.
This number comes up as TSS, Inc., and speaks of an increase of crime in my neighborhood!! I guess they are selling some home protection ... but it is never a human speaking -- a robo caller.
Please stop calling me .......your scare tactics are not nice nor are they effective.
Annoying anonymous caller. I'm on do not call list, but calls persist. The governments need to take action against this sort of thing.
since they are scam artists with chicanery in mind, I wish for them an itch they cannot reach for at least a year to keep them busy;
I cannot use foul language on this site but, you get the meaning;
Keeps calling. No voice mail message left.
Received multiple calls from this number, do not leave a message. my cell number is a work phone thru a commerical business
These calls (503 468-5235) come from a company called Pacific Telecom Communications Group, 12228 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90066
Calls incessantly to my cell phone - 5 times in two weeks.
I used a call blocking program from Android Marketplace to shut them down (NQ Mobile Manager).
Robo call from a home security company. "Crime is up in your area - get a home security system"
A robo call which claims " crime is rising in your area" and " you have been recommended by a friend or neighbor for a wireless home security system.". I pressed 2 for the option to be removed from their call list, but even though I have pushed that 2 button before and I stil receive these calls.
Dirt bags! I am on the do not call list. I have no intention of trusting my home to a security system sold by a company which breaks the law.
TSS inc, Not TSA
Robo call claiming not to be a telemarketer and then trying to sell a security system.
Keep getting calls. Answer and no one replies
Mine was a recording, offering free install of wireless security system, since "crime has been reported as increasing in your neighborhood." Huh. Gave me 2 seconds for #1 - have free install, or #2 - remove from their call list. Not a toughy, but maybe it's worth listening for a minute til the end, and maybe second option will work??
This is to my cell....This # I never give out//keeps calling with an automated voice offering free security system..I am on the no call list.