562-224-4271
CA, US
JD
JD
2013-02-04 21:01:34
Telemarketer
This phone number belongs to a public utility named CallerID4U, Inc., which is run by Paul Maduno and Luis Martinez.  They have entered into revenue sharing agreements with telemarketers who make illegal unsolicited telephone calls.  They profit directly from these outbound unsolicited telephone calls.

This appears to be a clear violation of a number of laws, including 16 C.F.R. §310.3(b) of the Federal Telemarketing Sales Rule.

Please take a moment to report this call via an online complaint to regulators.

California Attorney General Online Complaints:
http://oag.ca.gov/contact/consumer-complaint-against-business-or-company

California Public Utilities Commission:
https://ia.cpuc.ca.gov/cimsapp/

Federal Do Not Call Complaint Form:
https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx?panel=2


CallerID4U, Inc.
93 S. Jackson Street, Suite 38-480
Seattle WA 98104

Paul Maduno, CEO
Phone:  310-251-5420
Email:  paul@callerid4u.com


For more information about CallerID4U, visit this site:

http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/over-100000-ftc-complaints-filed-against-callerid4u-inc/
http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/callerid4u-inc-california-phone-numbers/
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2013-01-11 17:18:08
Unknown
CALLERID4U: Faces Class Action Over Automatic Telephone Dialers
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Kelly Holleran, writing for The Madison St. Clair Record, reports that ten days after an alleged violation of the Illinois Automatic Telephone Dialers Act, an Edwardsville law firm has filed a putative class action suit claiming a telemarketer thwarted a caller ID system by concealing its true identity.

The Law Office of Shari L. Murphy claims it received one or more prerecorded phone calls from defendant CallerID4U on Oct. 21. However, when the defendant called the law office, it failed to reveal its true identity on the caller ID screen, according to the complaint filed Oct. 31 in Madison County Circuit Court.

Peter J. Maag and Thomas G. Maag of Maag Law Firm in Wood River represents the plaintiff.

The action is in violation of a state statute which requires that all autodialers correctly identify themselves on caller IDs, the complaint says.

"As a direct and proximate result of Defendant's action, Plaintiff sustained damages, including but not limited to lost productivity time and wages paid to financially compensated employees who were
diverted from being gainfully employed, and instead dealing with robotic telephone calls," the suit states.

In its complaint, the law office seeks a judgment of more than $50,000, plus treble damages, costs and other relief the court deems just.

Madison County Circuit Court case number: 11-L-1128.
Who Called
Who Called
2013-01-11 17:12:59
Telemarketer
Nothing that you do will stop them from calling you. The major players behind this have made millions of dollars, which means that they are too big to fail.
One of the major players specializes in aiding the rich with tax evasion and shell corporations set up in Belize. You can bet that the well to do in this country are not getting lower your credit card interest rate calls and due to that fact our government just considers a few phone calls a minor annoyance.
The FCC has temporarily halted 5 of the minor unprofitable boiler rooms. They will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days.

In the meantime the calls will continue since the major money is being made with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like   http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.com
In their own words:  'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.'

You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their con then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet. The only way to stop this is to contact the FBI and ask why this crime family is allowed to operate and facilitate the ongoing criminal operations. This is one of the reasons that the RICO act was put in place, so why aren't they using it. Is this because this isn't a high profile, news worthy operation or is the FBI too understaffed and busy with Homeland Security issues. Maybe if we were rich they would take this seriously, but then if we were rich we would be using that criminal organizations services and protecting them instead of trying to shut them down. It is alleged that they launder money from Pacific Telecom through a trust bank account in Oregon and into foreign accounts at Scotiabank in Belize and other destinations.  

Why hasn't the FBI used the RICO act and gone after this organization? On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961?1968), commonly referred to as the 'RICO Act', became United States law. The RICO Act allowed law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as 'the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legitimate organizations operating in interstate commerce'. S.Rep. No. 617, 91st Cong., 1st Sess. 76 (1968). However, the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce.

From the FBI website:
http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication ... -2010-2011#Mass
Mass Marketing Fraud
General Overview
Mass marketing fraud is a general term for frauds which exploit mass-communication media, such as telemarketing, mass mailings, and the Internet. Since the 1930s, mass marketing has been a widely accepted and exercised practice. Advances in telecommunications and financial services technologies have further served to spur growth in mass marketing, both for legitimate business purposes as well as for the perpetration of consumer frauds. They share a common theme: the use of false and/or deceptive representations to induce potential victims to make advance fee-type payments to fraud perpetrators. Although there are no comprehensive statistics on the subject, it is estimated mass marketing frauds victimize millions of Americans each year and generate losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The following is a brief description of some of the key concepts and schemes associated with the mass marketing/advance fee fraud crime problem.

Advance Fee Fraud: This category of fraud encompasses a broad variety of schemes which are designed to induce their victims into remitting upfront payments in exchange for the promise of goods, services, and/or prizes.

The predominantly transnational nature of the mass marketing fraud crime problem presents significant impediments to effective investigation by any single agency or national jurisdiction. Typically, victims will reside in one or more countries, perpetrators will operate from another, and the financial/money services infrastructure of numerous additional countries are utilized for the rapid movement and laundering of funds. For these reasons, the FBI is uniquely positioned to assist in the investigation of these frauds through its network of legal attaché (legat) offices located in over 60 U.S. Embassies around the world. By leveraging its global presence and network of liaison contacts, the FBI has successfully cooperated with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to combat, disrupt, and dismantle international mass marketing fraud groups. The FBI participates in the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group (IMMFWG), a multi-agency working group established to facilitate the multi-national exchange of information and intelligence, the coordination of cross-border operational matters, and the enhancement of public awareness of international mass marketing fraud schemes. The current membership of the IMMFWG consists of law enforcement, regulatory, and consumer protection agencies from seven countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov.

Any criminal activity can be reported to the FBI here:  https://tips.fbi.gov
Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints
Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov
People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office.

There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com
CallerId4u
CallerId4u
2013-01-07 18:20:40
Telemarketer
CallerId4u is a phone company not a telemarketing or marketing company. We provide Caller ID and other compliance services to call centers so that consumers know who to reach if they want to remove themselves from a call list. Please go to http://callerid4u.com for additional information on our services and FAQ. The fastest way to remove yourself from a list is to call back the number that called you and use the automated OPT OUT IVR. Alternatively you can go to http://callerid4u.com/consume_page.php and create a complaint online or use any of the other methods displayed there to contact us. It is our goal to help you resolve your issues as quickly as possible. Bear in mind that ultimately it is the call center's responsibility to remove you from their list. Please note that you can still receive telemarketing calls even if your number is on Do-Not-Call list from the following companies:
1. Companies you have done business with in the last 12 months
2. Non Profit solicitation
3. Political campaign
4. When you sign up for free software or magazine subscription
Irrespective of your situation, we will do our best to help you stop them from calling you.
CallerId4u
compliance@callerid4u.com
Mark
Mark
2013-01-03 04:13:38
Telemarketer
33 Wireless, Inc. - YAZ lawsuit phishing robo-dial
FRN     0003797636
Name     Digitcom Services Inc.
ATTN Luis Martinez
19106 S. Normandy Ave #254
Torrance, CA 90502
P:(949)422-7677
E:billpay@wildgate.com

FRN     0017690116
Name     33 Wireless Inc.
ATTN Fabricio Cabrera
848 N. Rainbow Blvd. #3621
Las Vegas, NV 89107
P:(702)520-2405
F:(702)520-2401
E:fabricio@33wireless.com
Mark
Mark
2013-01-03 04:08:03
Telemarketer
Following is the identity of the fraudsters who are committing this fraud:
Assignor Information
FRN     0003797636
(View Ownership Filing)       Type     Corporation
Name     Digitcom Services Inc.
ATTN Luis Martinez
19106 S. Normandy Ave #254
Torrance, CA 90502
           P:(949)422-7677
E:billpay@wildgate.com

Race     White      Gender     Male
Ethnicity     Hispanic          
                    

Assignor Contact Information
Name     Digitcom Services Inc.
ATTN Luis Martinez
19106 S. Normandy Ave #254
Torrance, CA 90502
          P:(949)422-7677
E:billpay@callerid4u.com

                    

Assignee Information
FRN     0017690116
(View Ownership)       Type     Corporation
Name     33 Wireless Inc.
ATTN Fabricio Cabrera
848 N. Rainbow Blvd. #3621
Las Vegas, NV 89107
           P:(702)520-2405
F:(702)520-2401
E:fabricio@33wireless.com

Real Party In Interest     33 Wireless Inc.      FRN of Real Party in Interest     0017690116
Race     White      Gender     Male
Ethnicity     Hispanic
Geo
Geo
2013-01-02 01:03:46
Unknown
Received 2 calls from this number - both right right after Christmas.  Didn't answer either  and when tried calling njmber back - no answer - like dead line.  Naturally blocked number and still they try to call.
Octopus
Octopus
2012-12-31 22:57:05
Unknown
Robocall for updating your web site. Canada 604 area. Dec 31 2012.
The Watch
The Watch
2012-12-29 19:04:29
Unknown
Unsolicited call
You are wrong
You are wrong
2012-12-28 22:37:49
Unknown
The word "Christ" and its compounds, including "Christmas", have been abbreviated in English for at least the past 1,000 years, long before the modern "Xmas" was commonly used. "Christ" was often written as "X?" or "Xt"; there are references in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as far back as 1021. This X and P arose as the uppercase forms of the Greek letters ? (Ch) and ? (R) used in ancient abbreviations for ??????? (Greek for "Christ"),[2] and are still widely seen in many Eastern Orthodox icons depicting Jesus Christ. The labarum, an amalgamation of the two Greek letters rendered as ?, is a symbol often used to represent Christ in Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox Christian Churches.[18]

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) and the OED Supplement have cited usages of "X-" or "Xp-" for "Christ-" as early as 1485. The terms "Xtian" and less commonly "Xpian" have also been used for "Christian". The OED further cites usage of "Xtianity" for "Christianity" from 1634.[2] According to Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage, most of the evidence for these words comes from "educated Englishmen who knew their Greek".[11]

In ancient Christian art, ? and ?? are abbreviations for Christ's name.[19] In many manuscripts of the New Testament and icons, ? is an abbreviation for ???????[20], as is XC (the first and last letters in Greek, using the lunate sigma);[21] compare IC for Jesus in Greek.
mikie
mikie
2012-12-28 21:21:18
Telemarketer
Recorded call trolling for injured users of Yasmin and some other drug - press 1 etc.  They did not identify themselves but 800notes.com says it was "Legal Resources" and like a true scammer disconnects when asked questions.  And another thing - the category "telemarketer" is too kind for these trash calls.
Lillie
Lillie
2012-12-28 20:51:13
Unknown
Got a call from 562.224.4271 on 12.28.12 at 3:34PM(EDT). Hit ignore as I did not know the number. No voice msg left.  Am on Do Not Call List.
Lillie
Lillie
2012-12-28 20:47:52
Unknown
Got a call from 562.224.4271 at 3:34 on 12.28.12.  I hit ignore on my phone because I did not recognize the number.  Did not leave a msg.
j
j
2012-12-28 17:55:58
Unknown
called my (860) cell phone. didn't answer. on dnc list. i'll just set my cell to block. i don't answer if i dont know the number.
Grim Reaper
Grim Reaper
2012-12-28 17:37:40
Unknown
Call me again and I'm coming for you!!
aavalon
aavalon
2012-12-28 17:25:48
Unknown
Received a call on my cell, 970 area code, didn't answer because I never answer if I don't know who it is, precisely for this reason. My sister got a call the day before I did but she answered it and they hung up without saying anything. I know we are both on the no call list.
kck
kck
2012-12-28 17:19:47
Unknown
R'cvd call 12:04 pm 12/28/12. I'm 610 area code and also on the DNC list. They left no message.
Allyson Hansen
Allyson Hansen
2012-12-28 17:18:19
Unknown
I have no clue who this is but they have called twice. I won't answer.
Nicole
Nicole
2012-12-28 17:04:07
Telemarketer
Answered it and found it to be a recording saying that if you took birth control like Yaz or whatever the other ones are, that you could be entitled to whatever.

Let's see if the actually honor their do not call list. I told them that I was on the national dnc and that they were to remove my number and if they called again, I'd report them.
PO'd cell phone user
PO'd cell phone user
2012-12-28 16:22:49
Telemarketer
robo call for birth control pill complications.  got hung up on when I asked they why they were calling my cell.  "legal services"... yea, right... breaking the DNC law.  Reported to www.donotcall.gov
CTkec
CTkec
2012-12-28 15:37:32
Unknown
Robo call something about strokes.  Caller ID="incoming call".  I am also in 860 area.
Pmon
Pmon
2012-12-28 15:32:30
Unknown
This people have been calling my house for the last two days at least twice a day.  How do you stop them?
Paul
Paul
2012-12-28 14:58:03
Telemarketer
The scum hitting 860 area code now. I think the penalty for violating the DNC list should be at least as severe as for a TV personality showing an empty metal box with a spring inside. (1 year in jail and $1000 fine.)
JD
JD
2012-12-28 14:51:49
Unknown
Hung up as soon as answering machine picked up.
Beth
Beth
2012-12-28 00:55:30
Unknown
I received a call - I didnt answer and no message - I too have a 970#
Sherry
Sherry
2012-12-28 00:32:05
Unknown
Received a call from 562-224-4271 earlier today, 12/27/12.
Maureen Gibbs
Maureen Gibbs
2012-12-28 00:28:12
Debt Collector
I DON'T KNOW WHO KEEPS CALLING ME BY THIS NUMBER AND ASKING FOR NOT MY NAME. i AM GETTING SCARED BY THE NUMBER OF CALLS.
CFrieb
CFrieb
2012-12-27 23:43:22
Unknown
Missed call from this number on my cell phone. Did not leave voicemail. Obviously a scam or telemarketer.
Matt
Matt
2012-12-27 23:35:49
Telemarketer
It was a recorded message saying, "this is an important message" for people who are suffering from something or other.  Easily identifiable as spam call.
Astaroth
Astaroth
2012-12-27 22:52:06
Unknown
The Greeks would disagree, as X is the Greek symbol for Christ, but this is a discussion for another day!
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