630-505-3008
IL, US
jetames
jetames
2014-06-24 07:37:31
Telemarketer
Called again 6:38pm - BLOCKED
Have blocked the entire 630 area code - simple!
jetames
jetames
2014-06-22 06:53:42
Unknown
They called twice today
9:49am & 9:50am
Blocked from yesterday - BLOCKED FOREVER!

Our phones do not ring when they call - it's almost midnight and I just saw that they had called twice this morning.
jetames
jetames
2014-06-20 04:20:39
Telemarketer
Got the call at 8:03pm - did not answer - no message left.

Have now blocked the entire 630 area code.

Please buy a call blocking phone or device - they're inexpensive and they work!
Tonyamp
Tonyamp
2014-06-15 11:06:14
Unknown
I do lots of surveys online and do market research from Kantar to get extra cash for shopping, concerts, or even grocery shopping. I love trying new stuff for free and getting paid for it. But this # called 1 time for me and I am thinking that since I am a member for MANY years that they would at least leave a message for people on their active list at least.
l would not like my name to appear
l would not like my name to appear
2014-05-04 18:37:26
Unknown
A person claiming to with a research company keeps calling my number. When I answered he was very rood because I wanted him to remove me from his list he started yelling so I hung up.  I tried calling the company and found 630 505 6008 to be disconnected. .
dale
dale
2014-04-17 22:51:52
Unknown
I don't normally. Answer but they just call and call and call
Irritated American
Irritated American
2014-04-06 18:00:28
Unknown
Yes Michelle and how long did "like stop immediately" take you? You see Michelle this telemarketer and as well as all other telemarketers acquired contact information illegally, that is; I didn't provide my contact information, and all of my phone numbers are suppose to be unlisted, so it was acquired illegally! I don't and will not take the time to answer unsolicited telemarketing calls, nor allow telemarketers to expend my media resources with unsolicited faxes.

FTC and the DO NOT CALL list are waste of time and the taxpayer's monies. I want immediate action!
Irritated American
Irritated American
2014-04-06 17:42:48
Unknown
You must be from the marketing company.
Cindy Dodd
Cindy Dodd
2014-03-30 21:03:45
Unknown
630-505-3008  Keeps calling, not leaving message, how do I stop them?
JuanGrande386
JuanGrande386
2014-03-30 19:18:21
Survey
It doesnt matter if youre on the "No Call List". They use computers to dial numbers randomly. Your phone isnt an exemption! Answer it and tell them nicely that you dont want to take the survey. Dont be d1cks and b1tches about it! You all sound like a bunch of grumpy old farts who act like they dont have a minute to spare! Most smartphones have the option to block numbers btw.
Aggrevated
Aggrevated
2014-03-21 01:39:37
Unknown
Received 3 calls in 5 days.  Millward Brown. Told them the last time that I would call them when I wanted to talk. Sure wish that they would leave me alone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Scooby Doo
Scooby Doo
2014-03-08 18:52:26
Survey
They are a market research company. I am currently (as of this writing) working on a 'snack diary' project for them in where I record every snack I consume for a period of 14 days. In exchange for this I will recieve a prepaid Visa card. They've called twice and left messages.
John Smith
John Smith
2014-03-05 17:51:43
Unknown
Receive calls from this number every early morning since last week.
Mute
Mute
2014-02-24 07:42:20
Unknown
The calls from Kantar Ops at the number in question continue in 2014.  Only 3 rings so the answering machine doesn't pickup the call.

Thanks to all the posters above,  I know I won't be answering any future calls from that number.
Tonya Pintor
Tonya Pintor
2014-02-21 23:36:22
Survey
Kantar is a legit survey company that calls in reference to product usage and medical affiliates within town limits, I have used these guys for years but this is the 1st time this number has ever shown up like that.
SJ
SJ
2014-02-14 04:21:59
Unknown
This number keeps calling my home phone at night. No one talks, it just hangs up when my answering machine picks up the calls.
CChase
CChase
2014-01-29 01:19:39
Survey
I finally answered this call after the 3rd time today.  The girl asked if I would take a survey. I told her NO and that I was on the No Call List and to please delete my number.  She got very rude and said that the company did not have to follow those guide lines and could call any time that they wanted.  Again I told her that I wanted my number off of that call list and she hung up before I did.  Will see if Millward Brown calls again
chelbi piche
chelbi piche
2013-12-15 23:39:38
Unknown
I don't know how they got  my number but they need to stop
mz
mz
2013-12-13 17:56:13
Unknown
Received call today that went to my answering machine. No message left except for the caller randomly pressing buttons on the phone before hanging up. Annoying.
Todd
Todd
2013-12-01 21:48:42
Unknown
can still be sued and fined by the fcc report em anyway.  they got your number from someone didnt they?  this means they have purchased it.  request investigation.
sassy
sassy
2013-11-20 19:52:53
Unknown
Just received a call from 630 505-3008 caller id "Kantar Ops"  ??  No message left.
Serra
Serra
2013-11-19 16:54:16
Unknown
Wow, just wow.  I had one of their reps call at our business line on an extremely busy day.  I polite informed him the first time that we weren't interested in their service and disconnected because I had several business calls to take care of.  He proceeded to call back FIVE times, all of which he was extremely rude, talked over me explaining that I didn't understand their service because he just wanted to do a survey, didn't listen to me, and couldn't connect me to a supervisor.  Seriously?  Like we're going to trust them enough to do a survey after that kind of behavior? This is RIDICULOUS.  Just because I'm the voice that answers the phone doesn't mean you can treat me that way, especially after I was nice! Definitely filing a complaint.
R. Noggles
R. Noggles
2013-11-17 18:44:31
Unknown
They call every other day. I don't answer. But they keep calling. They don't leave any messages.
No name
No name
2013-11-16 16:34:56
Unknown
This company continuously calls and leaves not message.  It is very annoying to have my quiet disturbed.
noname
noname
2013-11-08 20:29:55
Unknown
What happens to a US telemarketer who violates the Canadian National Do Not Call List rules?

Telemarketers from the US, and other countries, making calls to Canadian consumers must still follow the CRTC?s Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules, including the National DNCL Rules.

If a Canadian organization hires a telemarketing agency outside of Canada, and there's a complaint against the organization, it will be investigated by the CRTC. If a telemarketer has violated the Rules, the CRTC may impose a penalty of up to $1500 per violation for individuals and up to $15,000 per violation for corporations.

Remember that whenever you receive a telemarketing call, you can ask the caller to add your phone number to their internal do not call list.

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I received a telemarketing call that I think was fraudulent. What do I do?  
Even if your telephone number is on the National DNCL, you may still receive fraudulent telemarketing calls. That?s why it?s important to always be on your guard. If you receive a call that you think may be fraudulent, contact your local police or The Canadian Anti Fraud Center (1-888-495-8501), a national anti-fraud service jointly operated by the RCMP, the Ontario Provincial Police, and the Competition Bureau.
noname
noname
2013-11-08 20:24:52
Unknown
Millward Brown Group


3333 E Warrenville Rd, Lisle, IL, United States ?  

+1 630-505-0066   ?  ·  millwardbrown.com

Here is who is calling from 630-505-3008
They were pestering us with questions about what technology we have
Technically this is a survey and why the law is allowing this I do not know.There should be laws against automated robodialers! They should not be allowed to use technology to call and leave dead air .That should be against the law since it does nothing other than harass and annoy people. People do need to complain to all the politicians about this.
Here is info from Canadian website in reference to do not call lists. www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca
National Do Not Call List and Telemarketing Rules  

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has established rules that telemarketers and organizations who hire telemarketers must follow. These rules are called the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules and include:
?Definitions
?National Do Not Call List Rules
?Telemarketing Rules
?    Automatic Dialing-Announcing Device (ADAD) Rules

The full set of Rules can be found on the Telemarketing information page in the Consumers section of the CRTC website. For your convenience, the Rules have been summarized and written in plain language below.

Application of the Rules

Telemarketing calls made on behalf of certain organizations or made for certain purposes as listed below, are exempt from the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) Rules:
?Canadian registered charities;
?Political parties;
?Nomination contestants, leadership contestants, or federal, provincial or municipal candidates;
?General circulation newspapers calling for the purpose of selling a subscription;
?Calls to a consumer who has an existing business relationship with the organization;
?Calls to a consumer who has given express consent to be called; and
?Calls to business consumers.

For more information on calls that are exempt please consult the Who Can Still Call You section on this Web site.

The Telemarketing Rules and Automatic Dialing-Announcing Device (ADAD) Rules apply to all telemarketers and clients of telemarketers including those making calls exempt from the National DNCL Rules, with the exception of telemarketers using voice mail broadcast (where a solicitation message is left directly in your voice mailbox).

The National DNCL Rules, Telemarketing Rules and ADAD Rules do not apply to calls made for the purposes of marketing research, surveys, or public opinion polls or calls to collect overdue accounts as these types of calls are not telemarketing calls.

Definitions

Telemarketing refers to the use of telecommunications facilities to make unsolicited telephone calls or to send unsolicited faxes to consumers for the purpose of solicitation. Solicitation is defined as the selling or promoting of a product or service, or the soliciting of money or money's worth, whether directly or indirectly or on behalf of another party. This includes calls made for donations by or on behalf of charities.

A telemarketer is any person or organization who makes telemarketing calls on their own behalf or who makes telemarketing calls for someone else.

Any person or organization who has engaged a telemarketer to make calls on their behalf is a client of a telemarketer

You may receive a telephone call where no one is on the other end: this is often referred to as a ?dead air? call. These calls are often the result of something called "predictive dialing." Some telemarketers use predictive dialers to place telephone calls or send faxes. A "dead air" or abandoned call will occur if a telemarketing representative is not available when the call is answered by the consumer. Generally, companies allow sufficient time between calls for a representative to be available; however, if the telemarketing representative is on another line longer than expected, the result is "dead air.? An abandoned call is a call that is not answered by a telemarketing representative within two (2) seconds.

National Do Not Call List Rules
?Telemarketers are not to call you if your telephone number has been registered on the National DNCL for more than 31 days, unless you have given prior express consent to be called.
?Telemarketers and Clients of Telemarketers must subscribe to the National DNCL and pay any applicable subscription fees.
?The National DNCL must not be used for any purpose other than compliance with the Rules.
?The National DNCL must not be sold, rented, leased, published or disclosed to any person outside of the telemarketer?s or client of the telemarketer?s organization.
?The National DNCL may be shared with a person who provides services that enables the telemarketer or client of a telemarketer to comply with the National DNCL Rules.
?Organizations who are making telemarketing calls that are exempt from the National DNCL Rules must: ?maintain an internal do not call list and respect your specific request not to be called;
?tell you the purpose of the telemarketing call at the beginning of the call; and,
?identify on whose behalf the call is being made.


Telemarketing Rules  

Telemarketing Rules that apply to both voice and fax telemarketing calls:
?Calling hours are restricted to weekdays (Monday to Friday) between 9:00 am and 9:30 pm and weekends (Saturday and Sunday) between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. Restrictions hours refer to the time zone of the customer receiving the telephone calls.
?For any telephone numbers provided to a consumer: ?the telephone call shall be answered either by a live operator or a voicemail system to take messages from the consumer. The voicemail must inform consumers that their call will be returned within three (3) business days.
?the telemarketer or the client of the telemarketer must return the consumer's call within three (3) business days.

?Telemarketers must display the originating calling number or an alternate number where the call originator can be reached (except where the number display is unavailable for technical reasons).
?Sequential dialing is prohibited.
?Random dialing and calls to non-published numbers are permitted, except to numbers that are registered on the National DNCL, are emergency lines, and are associated with healthcare facilities.
?Internal do not call lists are to be maintained by the telemarketer on its own behalf or on behalf of a client of a telemarketer and remain active for three (3) years effective within thirty-one (31) days from the date of the consumer's do not call request.
?A telemarketer using a predictive dialing device to initiate a call shall not exceed, in any calendar month, a five (5) percent abandonment rate. The telemarketer and/or its client shall maintain records of actual abandonment rates for a period of three (3) years from the date each monthly record is created.

Telemarketing Rules that apply only to voice telemarketing calls:
?A telemarketer making a telemarketing call must process a do not call request from a consumer at the time of the call. The consumer shall not be asked to call elsewhere to make their request.
?At the beginning of a call a telemarketer must: ?identify the name or fictitious name of the individual placing the call;
?identify the name of the telemarketer whether calling on its own behalf or on behalf of a client of the telemarketer;
?provide the purpose of the call (if the call is exempt from the National DNCL Rules).

?Upon request, a telemarketer must: ?provide a local or toll-free number allowing the customer access to speak to an employee or other representative of the telemarketer and where applicable, its client;
?provide the name and address of an employee or other representative of the telemarketer and where applicable, its client, to whom the consumer can write.


Telemarketing Rules that apply only to fax telemarketing calls:  
?The following information must be provided on top of the first page of the fax in font size 12 or larger: ?the name of the telemarketer, whether it is sending the fax on its own behalf or on behalf of a client of the telemarketer.
?the name of the telemarketer's client where applicable.
?the originating date and time of the fax.
?a local or toll-free voice and fax number allowing the customer access to an employee or other representative of the telemarketer, and where applicable, the client of the telemarketer, for the purpose of asking questions or making a do not call request.
?the name and address of an employee or other representative of the telemarketer, or client where applicable, to whom the consumer can write.


Automatic Dialing-Announcing Device (ADAD) Rules  

Automatic Dialing-Announcing Devices (ADADs) are equipment that store and dial telephone numbers automatically. They may be used alone or with other devices to deliver a pre-recorded or synthesized voice message to the telephone number called.

ADADs may not be used for telemarketing unless the consumer has given express consent to accept an ADAD telemarketing call. This includes telemarketing via an ADAD that is initiated by or on behalf of a Canadian registered charity, for the purpose of requesting a consumer to hold until a telemarketer is available, for activities such as radio station promotions, or for referring consumers to 900 or 976 service numbers.

ADADs are permitted for calls when there is no attempt to sell, such as calls made for public service reasons, including calls made for emergency and administration purposes by police and fire departments, schools, hospitals, or for calls to schedule appointments.

A person using an ADAD to make permitted calls shall comply with the following conditions:
?Calling hours are restricted to weekdays (Monday to Friday) from 9:00 am to 9:30 pm and 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) except where provincial laws apply to the specific type of call. The hours refer to those of the person receiving the call. These hours do not apply to emergency situation announcements.
?The ADAD call shall begin with a clear message identifying the person on whose behalf the call is made. This identification message shall include a mailing address and a local or toll-free telecommunications number at which a representative of the originator of the message can be reached. In the event that the actual message relayed exceeds sixty (60) seconds, the identification message shall be repeated at the end of the telecommunication.
?ADAD calls shall display the originating telecommunications number or an alternate telecommunications number where the call originator can be reached (except where the number display is unavailable for technical reasons).
?Sequential dialing is prohibited.
?Random dialing can be used to non-published telecommunications numbers, except to emergency lines and healthcare facilities.
?Persons initiating ADAD calls shall make all reasonable efforts to ensure that their equipment disconnects within ten (10) seconds of the person receiving the call hanging up.
Who Can Still Call You  
?Who Can Still Call You?
?What can you do to reduce telemarketing calls that are exempt from the National DNCL Rules?
?What about calls from market research or polling firms?

Who Can Still Call You?  

Consumers should understand that registering on the National DNCL will reduce but not eliminate all telemarketing calls. There are certain kinds of telemarketing calls that are exempted from the National DNCL Rules.

The exemptions include telemarketing calls made by, or on behalf of:
?Canadian registered charities;
?Political parties, riding associations and candidates; and
?Newspapers of general circulation for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions.

Telemarketing calls from organizations with whom you have an existing business relationship are also exempt. You are considered to have an existing business relationship with a telemarketer if you:
?Purchased, leased, or rented a product or service in the last eighteen (18) months from the telemarketer;
?Have a written contract with the telemarketer for a service that is still in effect or expired within the last eighteen (18) months; and/or
?Asked a telemarketer about a product or service within the last six (6) months.

Telemarketers may also call you if you have provided express consent to be called. Express consent includes:
?Your permission on a written form, electronic form, or an online form; or
?Your verbal permission.

The National DNCL Rules do not apply to telemarketing calls made to businesses.

What can you do to reduce telemarketing calls that are exempt from the National DNCL Rules?

If you do not want to be called by a telemarketer making an exempt call, you can ask to be put on the telemarketer?s internal do not call list. Every Canadian telemarketer is required to maintain such a list and respect your wishes not to be called. Organizations conducting market research, surveys, or public opinion polls are not required to keep their own specific do not call lists.

What about calls from market research or polling firms?  

Calls from organizations conducting market research, surveys, or public opinion polls are also exempt from the National Do Not Call List Rules and are not required to keep an internal do not call list. These types of calls are not telemarketing calls because the caller is not asking you to purchase, lease or rent products or services.
Complain About a Telemarketing Call  




Things you should know before filing a complaint

To file a complaint you will need:
?Your phone number (where the call was received)
?The name or phone number of the telemarketer
?The date you received the call

You can complain about any call you received that violated an Unsolicited Telecommunications Rule (e.g. National DNCL Rules, Telemarketing Rules, or Automated Dialing-Announcing Device Rules).

If your complaint is about receiving a telemarketing call after you have been registered on the National DNCL for at least 31 days, note that the following calls are still allowed under the National DNCL rules:
?Canadian registered charities;
?A telemarketer with whom you are considered to have an existing business relationship. An existing business relationship occurs when you:
?Purchase, lease, or rent a product or service in the last eighteen (18) months from the telemarketer;
?Have a written contract with the telemarketer for a service that is still in effect or expired within the last eighteen (18) months; and/or
?Ask a telemarketer about a product or service within the last six (6) months.

?Political parties, candidates (including those in federal, provincial and municipal elections), and associations of members of a political party;
?Persons collecting information for a market research or public opinion polls;
?Newspapers of general circulation for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions;
?Persons or entities to whom you have provided express consent to be called; or
?Business-to-business calls.

Read more about who can still call you.

Please note that the Telemarketing Rules and the Automated Dialing-Announcing Device Rules apply to telemarketing calls made to residential and business numbers.

If the call is about debt or bill collection, you should contact your provincial consumer affairs department or visit the Canadian Consumer Information Gateway.

If you think the call may be part of a fraud scheme, contact law enforcement authorities or The Canadian Anti Fraud Center (1-888-495-8501).

Read more about how the CRTC handles complaints about telemarketing calls.

If you would like to file a complaint, click Continue at the bottom of the page.

If you wish to file a complaint by phone, call our toll-free numbers listed below. Agents are available to take your call Monday to Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.
?Toll-free: 1-866-580-DNCL (1-866-580-3625)
?Toll-free TTY device: 1-888-DNCL-TTY (1-888-362-5889) only if you are calling from a TTY device

Note: You may withdraw your complaint at any time by contacting the CRTC. The withdrawal of consent for a filed complaint may not result in abandonment of the complaint's investigation. To withdraw your complaint, contact the CRTC by calling one of the numbers below and explain that you wish to withdraw a telemarketing complaint you previously made. Provide the date on which you lodged your complaint and the phone number on which the telemarketing call was received:
?Toll-free: 1-877-249-2782
?Local number: 819-997-0313
?Toll-free TTY device: 1-877-909-2782
Dan
Dan
2013-11-07 15:58:09
Unknown
Did not answer. "Millward Brown" did not leave a message.
DiAnna Gillespie
DiAnna Gillespie
2013-11-07 01:17:33
Unknown
PLEASE REMOVE MY NAME AND NUMBER FROM YOUR AUTO-CALLER,I AM NOT INTERESTED ...
Heather
Heather
2013-11-05 04:35:17
Unknown
I live in British Columbia, Canada.
This number calls us regularly.  Caller ID says Illinois.  Sometimes I just press "talk" and then "off".  Other times I just don't answer.  We, too, are on a 'do not call registry'.  A lot of good it does.
Hoochie
Hoochie
2013-10-26 17:52:11
Unknown
OMG, they found me.  Look at this - 36 pages of complaints.  Ya reckon it would do me any good to file a complaint?  That was a joke.
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