I get calls from this number repeatedly, but I never answer. No message is left, so my suspicions are confirmed. If a call is important, they'll leave a voicemail. Otherwise, answering is a waste of my time.
I've been getting calls from this number for weeks. Sometimes it's a hang-up message; sometimes no message.
This number has called me almost every day for over a year. I have registered complaints many times at DNC, and the calls stop for a while. I have talked to the callers and asked them not to call, and they stop for a while. They always start up again. They told me they are Verizon wireless, but they call my ATT landline. I finally just blocked them, but they still call everyday and the phone still rings once before it is blocked. So annoying. So much for DNC and other gov't agencies that are wasteful and absolutely useless.
I have been getting this call for a few days. I'm not a Verizon customer. I have T Mobile Pay as you Go. Not Verizon. Every time I go to the mall they are trying to get me to change to their service. When I tell them if they can match the deal that I have now I would think about. Things change when I tell them I paid $10. They think a month but that is for the year.
Unwanted call. Calls every day.
This number calls several times a WEEK, do not answer calls when I don't recognize the number. Today is even Saturday, don't they ever get tired of making these calls?????
Phillip J. Migliarini
THIS IS AN UNWANTED CALL.
I've been getting calls daily from this number on my cellphone. There's no useful caller id info and they don't leave a message. My conclusion: spam.
I've been getting calls daily from this number on my cellphone. They don't leave a message.
These people called me 31 times in 6 weeks. They said they are with Verizon, I told them not to call anymore and reported all the calls to the complaint section on Do Not Call.gov They stopped for about 3 months and now have started calling regularly again.
I think you mean procecute, not percecute
Received a call from 888-871-0778 was on my answering machine when I returned home
sounded strange. Did not contact them think it is a scam.
They claim to be from Verizon seeking to see if I am on the best plan. But, they didn't have ANY information about me or my plan other than my name. It sounds like they are not really with Verizon.
Reviewing account details.
The guy is really lazy sounding, like he has cotton in his mouth.
They never leave a message. My first suspicion about them saying they're Verizon is 'why are they calling my home phone that isn't Verizon and not my cell that is?'. What a bunch of idiots!
I have been getting a call from "Verizon" regularly. I suspect it is a pishing scheme. The phone connection is very bad with static and background noise. I doubt Verizon would have such lousy lines. I just hang up as soon as I find out who it is.
PO'ed Verizon Customer
These jerks have called my cell two nights in a row. Tonight I was in a meeting, and I had set my call to vibrate but it rang. Such a complete invasion of privacy and lack of customer service. I am sick to death of telepests. To think we now have to get nightly calls from our cell phone provider. I didn't answer. I'd wager, like all the other telepests, they're selling something and are cloaking it as a survey. I can't even use my land line with out the shameless scammers beeping in. Where is the FCC in all of this?
Verizon, listen up. Your calls are unwanted and annoying.
Answered the phone but no one there. Called the # and the machine says it is Verizon wireless marketing. I have Verizon wireless but I think this is pretty low sales person salesmanship.
Maybe this is Verizon, but they are calling me every day! I do not answer and they do not leave a message. But, I am tired of the phone ringing during dinner or waking me up
Everyone should file a do not call complaint at: https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx
While the gov't won't do anything about it right now, the complaint will go into their database and maybe at some point in the future our spineless politicians will insist that they start enforcing the do not call legislation. I always put in the remarks: "Robocall - Telemarketing scam impersonating Verizon"
Called land line at 17:41 - I did not answer nor did they leave a message. Surprised they didn't call on my cell phone because it is a Verizon user.
I didn't answer the call yesterday or today. From the other posts, look like I made the right decision. They didn't leave a message for me either, which always makes me suspicious.
It's not Verizon. I've talked to Verizon about this number, and it's not Verizon's policy to make calls like this nor do they use third-parties. They have blocked the number for me.
Claims they are doing a survey for Verizon but Verizon claims it's not them and they don't do these surveys. They call constantly at all hours. Someone needs to shut them down.
Never-the-less....I'm dumping Verizon as well as soon as my contract is up. I switched from AT&T and now know Verizon is worse in many ways, ONE being more expensive! Who else does iPhones?
This is Verizon Marketing. When you call it back, you're thanked (by an automated answering system) "for your interest in Verizon Wireless" and then transferred to a sales rep. They'll ask for your phone #, and at that time you can insist on being removed from the call list.
I got a phone call and a message from this number. The message began with what sounded like a room full of people and then a really raspy and creepy voice said, "Hello.........Hello.......Hello, baby." Then it hung up. Bit sure if I should call back or call Verizon.
I don't think they're Verizon, but I'm not sure. I think they're fishing for information. Be careful, everyone. I am on the DO NOT CALL list and they've called me a couple times a day, about every other day, for a month now.
I love the not from "TRIED" on June 28, 2013. Did you send them a few hundred faxes, HA!
This is not Verizon. They are trying to get information. I, too, am on the DO NOT CALL, and they've been calling me about every other day for about a month. How do we report them.