Got called with this number after being called with 1-618-529-9140. After hanging up on the first guy, they had the nerve to call back...hmmm.... Picked up the phone, answered, waited a few seconds, and then got an automated voice saying "goodbye". Kinda hope they call again so I can have a bit of entertainment
Well they told me I ordered 20 pizzas and 2 cokes but they lost my address...I live in Saskatchewan lol
I am a German. I got a call from this number today. He introduced himself as a member of microsoft service in california. He told me that there are some serious warning messages on my computer and that he would like to repair that. I did not trust him, because I usually got online-messages from Microsoft if there is anything wrong. Then he gave me the following ID 00C04FD7D062, which should show me that he is calling from Microsoft. At once I called my eldest son an IT Eng. and MIB. He told me that this was a scam and that i should not do anything else.
The oldest scam in the books. Ignore them (or tease them into thinking you are buyint it but don't allow them access).
Did not recognize phone number on display and let go to answering. Check with 800 Notes. Looks like a scam... Thanks 800 Notes....
woke me up at 8am tried yo call back no not working thanks
The guy my ex girlfriend left me for dropped her for someone he works with! Your spell works fast! Of course she called me but I want nothing to do with her. I love knowing I had everything to do with this, email@example.com is the best spell caster in the world.
Repeat calls over two days to my mobile from this number with a UK prefix (+44). Didn't answer and checked out the number to confirm as a scam.
Mark (male voice, Indian accent), claiming to be from Windows Technical Support, called warning me that my computer was sending continuous error messages to them, and that indicated that my computer had malicious viruses, and was about to crash. I needed to go to my computer and he would guide me through eliminating the viruses. I got him off the phone because someone was knocking at my door.
He said he would call back in twenty minutes. I called this number back and the phone company message said this number was out of service.
just someone :)
These scumbags called again yesterday, after they got my mom hook, line and sinker the day before. They called on a different number the day before, yesterday they used this number. It was the same ones who claimed to be from Microsoft saying our computer has a ton of viruses and whatnot.
I just got a call from them. They are claiming to be a pet rescue site, non-profit organization Indian accent I could hardly understand. I traces the to 702-224-2331 in Las Vegas, NV. They got my info from a craiglist post. It seems they are scamming people wo have lost pets.
Just got a call from this number, the first time they called I wasn't home to catch it. I looked it up online, and was aware that it was from a scammer.When I asked the gentelman, who did not identify himself, to remove my number from his list he kept saying (over and over) "why, I love you! why, I love you" I don't know what kind of a scam this is, or how they got my number but it is very frustrating! Apparently the "do not call" registry means nothing anymore as I get daily calls from some scam or another.
This man called to tell me that there was something wrong with my computer. He said that he was from "Windows" duh, you mean MIcrosoft? When I failed to provide him with the info he wanted he asked me how old I am. I asked what does that have to do with my computer? His response was "because I want to F*$% you." I could hear other people in the background, so I asked to speak to his supervisor to which he replied that HE is the supervisor. He kept telling me to put my number on "NCS" if I didn't want to be bothered. Hung up on him and he had the nerve to call me back. I did not answer
Hey, this scam never seems to die.... just keeps a calling and calling. Wish there was some way to stop such folks from being such a nuisance. The more folks have "fun" with these jokers ... the better. Still haven't figured out, who it is that falls for such nonsense (and keeps the scammers running their scams). We don't tend to ever answer the phone when unknown numbers call through ... but it still doesn't even slow down the endless flow of calls.
This number called me at 3:00am and when I returned the call.at 6:00am there was no answer
Im from CZ and got also a call from this number. till now about 6x...Never answered...
I got a call from that number tonight here in Australia. The person on the line was male and had an Indian accent. He claimed to represent a financial advisory firm and wanted to send me information on buying futures or shares in oil companies etc.
Very annoyed that they knew my name and number...
Hello,everyone my name is Lilian from USA i never ever believed in spell until i meet a man called Dr upesa, who help me cast a spell that bring back my ex-lover who left me for one years before our marriage,His spells works beyond my imaginations and today i am happily married two kids and me and my [ex-lover] now husband are very happy more than ever before,what more can i say rather than to say thank you Dr upesa for been there for me,contact him today and your life will never ever remain the same his email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Plus November 2012 is behind. Are you telling people that there's another November in 2012?
And will Santa Claus show up as the Pastor at your wedding in the boiler room?
I can't thank you enough for all that you have done for me. About a year ago I my partner split up, we had both made BIG mistakes in our relationship. He ended up moving away from me to pursue a new life. I knew in my heart that he would be the only one to make me happy. I was relieved when I found your email on a site about what you have done. I requested 1 to 2 day casting of the reunite us love spell and within 3days mark company had relocated him back to our hometown where I still lived. We immediately reconnected and move in with each other. Our wedding date is set for November 2012. Expect to see your invite in the mail thanks to email@example.com
This is a scam and they will try to get remote access to your computer. Don't do anything they say.
They just called me today. I've been through this before. It is a scam. I played dumb and kept them on the phone for over 45 minutes, without actually clicking anything on the computer. Finally, I couldn't help laughing and asked him if he ever lost sleep over ripping people off. He said "firetruck you" and hung up. CRTC in Canada recently charged these guys in India and won, but they can't do anything except seize any Canadian assets they may own. What we really need is an international DO NOT CALL system that countries can opt into. Then if India opted in these guys would get in trouble.
This number just called me saying they were from Microsoft Tech Support Center and he wanted me to go to my computer and go to a website which would tell me the numerous errors which they have been receiving for the last week. I played dumb for several minutes and then I told him that I worked with a company investigating fraud phone calls and I thanked him for staying on the line with me long enough to allow me to track his IP address and location of the internet/VoIP line he was calling from and he gasped a couple of times and then hung up on me.
Said she was from the Dept of Justice and that my bank charged me more than I needed to pay for my last stay at Travelodge.
I invited them to go through their routine and she hung up.
I've gotten many of these calls and I like to mess with them. I play dumb and say I have a Commodore 64 with a phone modem. It normally takes them several minutes to get frustrated with me and hang up. Today was different. The first person on the line was a woman, but I barely said hello before a guy came on, who then after I told him I couldn't find the Windows Start button told me to do something anatomically impossible with my computer. We then traded tales of our recreational activities with each other's female relatives before he hung up. Either he recognized my voice or (hopefully) I'm on some internal do-not-call/jack*** list which will prevent these calls in the future. I will miss the sport though!
this number called me and had my husband's name (phone listed in his name), saying they could see my computer had errors. I asked for their supervisor and after some choice words, someone else got on the line. I said that I knew it was a scam an that I was going to the newspaper and tv station. then told them where to go. I am now going to newspaper and tv station with my info....yes and when you call back the number it says it is disconnected.
this number called me asked my name i said yes and the guy hung up on me when i called the number back the number was disconnected.
call and hang up
The scam has spread to Europe. They called me with the same message this morning at 8 p.m. I live in the Netherlands.