CALL BUT LEAVES NO MESSAGE. GETTING TIRED OF THIS.
They call and call and call. I tell them I am not interested but they still call. I get a lawyer to to contact them about stopping their calls to me, yet they still call. Guess I am going to have to seek legal action against them to get them to stop calling.
STOP calling me
No clue as to who this is and I'm getting tired of the calls from this number
no message just calls constantly. going to turn them in soon if they don't stop
I have received numerous calls from this number and they never identify themselves. Because this has been a recurring issue for me receiving spam calls, ive done a lot of research as to what actions to take here. Sorry to post this long comment but YOU ALL SHOULD READ THIS to know what steps to take to stop it!!
When violations occur it's important to contact the state attorney general's office where you live as well as contacting the FTC. To file a complaint or get additional information on how to file a complaint with the FTC you can:
Visit http://www.ftc.gov/do not call or call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-) or TTY at 1-866-653-4261
watch the video regarding 'How to File a Complaint' at ftc.gov/video
To register call 1-888-382-1222 or sign up online at www.donotcall.gov. ; (Phone calls must be made from the registered phone and online registration will be confirmed with an email)
You may also want to contact your local police office
Report it to www.ic3.gov
The FTC (Federal Trade Commission) invites people to register online and by phone for the National Do Not Call Registry in order to reduce or eliminate telemarketing calls. In addition to the Federal and state registries, there is also Direct Marketing Association's Telemarketing Preference registers and individual company lists for those who would like to ensure they are not unnecessarily disturbed by unsolicited calls. The rules that must be followed once signed up on these lists specifically state that the registration cannot be completed by private companies or 3rd parties and, instead, must be done by the individual concerned.
se lists do not prevent calls from political organizations, charities, telephone surveyors, or those with established business relationships with individual companies, but it has proven highly effective for many consumers. A recent report indicated that over 90% of consumers signed up on the National Do Not Call Registry noticed a significant reduction or elimination of unsolicited calls shortly following the 31 day waiting period.
with all programs that cover this many people, rip-off artists immediately started up scams. The registry has issued a number of alerts warning people to beware of this possibility. Many of these scams try to trick people into revealing their Social Security number, credit card number, and other personal information that can result in identity theft or monetary loss.
Favorite scams include:
Someone calls stating they are from the "Do Not Call Registry" or the FTC. This 'official' asks for personal information in order to verify you are on the list.
A phony company offers to put you on the "Do Not Call" list for a fee. Remember that this registry is a free service provided by the federal government.
A card will be sent through the mail saying to go online and vote for a favorite soda in order to receive a 12-pack. In small print at the bottom of the card, it says you agree that the company can phone you even if your name is on the "Do Not Call" list.
The exempt 'business relationship' is established by having the consumer fill out a survey, mail a completed contest form, or do business with a company. Once the relationship is established they are free to make soliciting calls for up to 18 months following the last payment, transaction, order, or delivery.
Some companies and telemarketing firms are offering 'free' stuff or asking for comments on multiple brands and, when one responds, they might end up on the call list dozens of telemarketers.
If a person requests coupons from a company, a business relationship is established and, therefore, they will not be violating the law if they call you.
Any business found guilty of violating the "Do Not Call" registry can be fined up to $16,000 for each incident so once on the list businesses are very careful about violating the law. Unfortunately, however, registering on these lists does not deter scam artists. The best protection is to be wary of anyone calling that you don't know and don't be afraid to ask the tough questions.
They keep calling me and when I answer they hang up! I tried calling back and it was busy. Who are these people?
Is there a way to unsubscribe or block this number? Please advise. This is harrassment. I didn't give my number out!
please stop calling my number!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Same here. They call all the time including early on the weekends. This has to stop!
Do not call my phone.
Please do not call me again. Thank you
It seems like when i put my number or e-mail adress online i get a call from a education place i wish they would stop
It seems like when i put my number or e-mail adress online i pet a education call it really gets me mad please stop 1
got the same message when I called back, in fact they called me twice in the same day
hey i do 2. when i called the number back its an automated machine saying 'you have reached customer service you will be contacted'
dude i do i have no clue who it is has anyone called back