I have been receiving calls every 2 days from different people in the same company "yourinsurancerequest.com". I did not requested insurance quotes!!!!! Last time I did something like that, it was 2 or 3 years ago from a company insureme.com.
Please stop those annoying phone calls. I did not asked for quotes. I am happy with the company I am currently with. I will be contacting Federal Trade commission on this matter. They deal with those kind of calls and phone fraud.
I submitted information to what I thought was a direct insurance company and you guys started calling. Three years ago! I am still receiving calls peridocally. I just received one 10mins ago. I have requested several times to be put on your DNC list, so if it continues, I will start documenting the calls and pursue this matter aggressivly. Thank you, but not really.
This company is a COMPLETE phony. There IS no company called Yourinsuranceresults.com, or thier new monkier Yourinsurancerequests.com (due to people finding an address to write to on the previous site). These are just shell websites that are created to steal your information and generate leads. These "fake" companies are run out of another scamming company called autocricket.com which is owned by a guy named "Jason Brian". This outfit operates out of 155 E Blue Heron Blvd, Riviera Beach, Florida. These people are what is called "lead generators" they purchase your information extremely cheaply (beacuse it was probably YEARS ago when you requested the info), they call you and get you to agree, then they sell your information at a much higher price to other companies whom also will call you. They hire poor/destitute employees at a decent wage "promoised" bonuses and lie to thier employees about what they will be doing but many of them feel trapped because they have no other options. This "company" does NOTHING more than buy and sell your information, they actually provide no services other than annoyment. After doing some research, and talking to some of thier employees I have found the following names as principles in the company: Jason Brian, president/owner. Lorry Brian HR (Jason's mother) Chris Slitch Manager Donny Chandar partner. Thier direct phone number is 561-449-2700. I found out all of this information because my girlfriend worked their recently and then quit when she found out about all the bs they were doing. Just ask them leading questions and see how quickly they fumble, pass the buck, and hang up on you.
As you have stated, I am requesting that you do not make any continued calls to 203-264-6169.
Please tell me how I can get my phone number OFF your call list.
Oh, by the way:
BDD is not located in New York as claimed.
The true address for BDD Marketing is:
155 E Blue Heron Blvd., Suite 407
West Palm Beach, Fl 33404
Now you know where to send your comments on how much you love to hear from their quality insurance quotes.
According to a name check with the Secretary of State of the state of New York there is n record for this company.
However, after having had to readjust their IP recently, the originator of these phone calls has new Internet whois info. Relevant parts:
Address: 189 South Orange Avenue
Address: Suite 1500S
And since these calls are created by contacts you made through a website, you could also complain to:
With all due respect, Sir, your message is as much a scam as your entire website. Your company is not found by the Secretary of State in the state of New York. I am perfectly aware of the trouble you have had with your site and I am certain the same will happen to your new outfit in Florida. You had to change the IP and other web related information because of the abuse your company is perpetrating on unsuspecting web surfers.
You have terrorized my phone for months now with up to four phone calls per month despite a request to Cease and Desist.
No reputable and serious insurance broker or sales company would act the way you do, Your actions make it abundantly clear that there is more to this scam than innocent insurance sales.
I will therefore continue to investigate your workings and report the results to the public and to authorities until you cease to attempt to terrorize me and others with your unwanted, unsolicited and harassing calls.
And, pray, tell me who would believe that your company only wants to 'provide a quality insurance quote' when exposed to you harassing calls on a daily basis. Check the Internet for the "quality reports" your company is receiving from happy and satisfied customers.
That's BULL! There is no legitimate reason to refuse to disclose the name of the company you are calling from for "privacy" reasons! Especially if you are calling about auto insurance!
Disclosing the NAME of the company is not "going into any details"
Now if you are a collection agency, that might be different! So who are you really?
You CLAIM "All you have to do is calmy tell the person you are talking to to please put you on our Do Not Call list. Our system will not allow us to call you back once that is done."
The PROBLEM is, I have tried this, but every time I ask to be put on your do not call list, I get hung up on! and the calls still keep coming!
Ok, Here is my new plan! Since you guys call be ALL THE TIME! according to my caller ID, 8 times on thursday, 11 times on friday and 7 times so far today, and you never leave a message, I have decided that starting right now, evert single time you guys call me, I'm going to call you back 10 times! and I'm going to hang up as soon as you answer! just like you do to me every time I tell you to take me off of your list!!!
I never submitted any request for auto insurance quotes! I am an agent for a REPUTABLE auto insurance company!
Every time I answer your call, (7 times so far) I demand to be removed from your call list, and I get hung up on every time! the next call from your scam company will cause a formal complaint to the FCC!
STOP CALLING ME!!!!!
nd we will let you know how it feels first hand.
Again- a BS party line lie. I've been on the DNC list for over 4 years and have not submitted ANY online insurance requests in years. Your staff are rude and unprofessional when we do call to be taken off your list and then they call again the next day anyway. That could almost constitute grounds for criminal charges for harassment. You are also required by law to identify yourself and company, both of which your callers do not do unless pressed for the information. Even if you were legal, your whole operation behaves like some lazy, worthless, work-at-home trailer trash scheme. I'll bet you all weigh in excess of 200-250 lbs because you're too lazy to get an honorable job. The only entertainment you people are able to intellectually comprehend is crap like Ricky Lake and wrestling. Anything smarter than that would throw you into seizures.
You're full of --it. I have not put in any online insurance quotes in years. Your call center staff are also rude. I told them three times to leave me alone yesterday and your trailer trash workers still called me twice today. When I called back to speak to a supervisor, the first tech hung up on me. The second put me through but the supposed supervisor came across as not having a care that she or your company are in violation of federal law. None of your personnel even identified themselves and I had to get insistent before they would even say who they were representing. by my calculations, your company now owes me at least $2,500.00. That's worth hiring a lawyer over to get.
A non a miss
Your info is being bought & resold over & over, even if the only legitimate info they have from you is your phone #, sales leads are gathered from 1 source & resold to other companies to try & push whatever they're trying to offer on to you, regardless of if you asked to be contacted... Sales leads often have missing data fields & are either randomly generated or data is entered by someone to fill in the blanks to make it seem legitimate. That's why so many people are being contacted & the information they have logged into their auto dialer system is an incorrect name or incorrect car. If you were to call from a # that was different than the # they called u from, they have no idea who you are, if you call fro
A # they have in their system, they immediately have "your " info pop up on the screen, & ask you, "is this so&so?" they're not allowed to solicit a call by law, so they get around it by annoying you, until you call them back. Kinda lame if u ask me
BS that the recipients of your calls requested a quote. I have received more than fifty ca;;s from your company in the last few months. I never requested a quote and the person whose name your agents said asked for the quote is unknown to me. This is pure phishing and an outrage. I called back yesterday and told them to take me off the list. That was after the third call of the day. This morning there was another call and I was told it would take up to 48 hours to get the number out of your system. Unacceptable!! The name of the person you supposedly were trying to reach was Frances (Francs) Stuart (Stewart). I do not believe such a person exists. It is a made up name to jusitfy your action when caught.
Death to scammers
BS. Repeated calls to phone numbers that have never requested info. Refusal to remove said numbers. I'll be continuing to talk to my senator about this (It is a very bad idea to annoy people with friends in high places...)
How about someone requested the information and entered the wrong phone number? People transpose digits all the time.
Mandy--How did you find out this was NCO? NCO is very big, and I would not put it past them to create a fake website to gather skip tracing info. I manged a collection agency for 20 years, and I know a lot of the little scams they use. If this is NCO, they are no doubt looking for my Son, which makes me a third party. Part of the FDCPA deals with third party contact and by law they must ID the name of their company. Its a $1000 fine to not do this when asked, and I could use a grand right now.
If this is true, Why do your agents refuse to ID the company they are calling from? If they are calling from yourinsuranceresults.com, Why not just say they are? And most important, why does "customer service" calls call for such an aggressive predictive dialer setup?
I have had 5 calls from this number in 2 days. These are obviously ?predictive dialer? calls. The phone rings, I pick it up, and there is no one there. For those of you who don?t know how a predictive dialer works, the dialer has a ?pool? of agents. The bigger the pool, the better it works. It takes about 30 seconds to dial a number and for some one to pick up the call. What makes a predictive dialer ?predictive? is that it starts dialing numbers BEFORE the agents are off their current calls. The software looks at the recent history of calls and time on line, and makes an intelligent guess at when an agent will be availed in the near future.
In addition, it knows that they have to call X number of numbers to get a pick up. Let?s say it ?knows? it only gets a pick up on one out of 4 calls. So even thought the agent is not off the phone, it ?knows? that he/she will be off the phone in the next 30 seconds. So it dials 4 new numbers. Of course if more then one of those dials picks up, there will be no agent to take the call. No agent, the dialer hangs up the call.
Being software driven, all these factors can be set. In effect, the person that controls the campaign can make the system more aggressive to insure agents are never off the phone, or make it less aggressive so there are few or no hang-ups, but agents have ?wasted? time between calls.
I just got another call for this number-this time with a live agent on the other end. He asked for me by my first name, I asked who was calling. He gave me a fist name and asked if I was Craig. I asked where he was calling from and he would not tell me-just asked again if I was Craig. I repeated my request for what company he was calling from, and he hung up on me.
If the one respondent really was a manager from this company and these really are quality control calls, I suggest you dial back how aggressive your predictive dialer is. I also suggest you instruct your agents to identify your company when asked instead of playing games.
Want a trick to get rid of these predictive dialer calls? Here?s what you do. Call a disconnected number. Record the three tones at the front of the message. Not record a new greeting on your answering machine/voice mail using the recorded 3 tones before your message. Most demon dialers will hear that tone and code your number as do not call in the future. (Why dial bad numbers, right?)
Than explain calling a 9 year old with no internet access?? Repeatedly?
You may work there and it may seem like they voluntarily gave they numbers. BUT the one thing you people don't understand is that all these complaints are simply because their phone numbers are being sold. Just like emails are sold through lists so are phone numbers.
These people complaining to you put their phone number into a form some where some time maybe long ago and they are collected and sold. Don't believe the fine print that says we will never rent or sale your information, BULL most do!
You are getting these complaints because some one probably high up in your company bought these lists to increase sells. Now you may not believe that. Just stop and think about it all these people can't be lieing there are many pages of complaints, not just this one, their not all liers!
I am a webmaster and have many years experience building websites and businesses, I know what I'm talking about. So do some research 'TC' before calling these people liars!!!!!!!
Please do something to stop this number from calling me. It has been happening all the time lately.
NEED TO PUT YOUR NAME PHONE NUMBER AND EXT. AND THE NAMES OF THE COMPANYS YOU WORK FOR IN YOUR COMMENTS SO WE CAN CONTACK YOU BACK
This is a complete lie. yourinsuranceresults.com is in no way connected to any collection agency. We don't even ask for any personal information, much less social security numbers. All we do is follow up on information we receive from customers requesting auto insurance quotes to make sure they are still interested so an insurance agent may contact them. I don't understand where you guys get these crazy conspiracy theories from. You all are more than welcome to go to the website www.yourinsuranceresults.com to see it is a legit business that deals with national recognized insurance companies. Again, we do not solicit anyone that has not requested insurance quotes and we gladly remove anyone that does not want us to call them. We earn our paychecks from doing the legwork that the insurance companies don't have time to do, which is see whom is still interested in being contacted and whom is not. Why would we want to waste our time calling people that don't want to be bothered? Anyone that has ever called us back or answered our calls requesting to be removed from our list we have gladly obliged. Do mistakes happen? Yes. We are human as well and humans make mistakes. Sometimes an agent mistakenly dispositions a call that should be a do not call as something else. Please also remember it takes 24-48 hours to be removed from a list.