206-397-1126
WA, US
GIGGICH
GIGGICH
2014-05-12 15:21:26
Prank Call
206-397-1126
I simple don't understand why scumbags phones cannot be disconnect?
Bob
Bob
2014-01-21 15:29:12
Unknown
"If for some random reason you didn't receive it or you can't locate my email, You can just give me a call and I'll confirm your email address and I'll be sent it. I look forward to hearing from you soon bye bye."
JD
JD
2013-01-22 21:44:11
Telemarketer
This phone number belongs to a public utility named CallerID4U, Inc., which is run by Paul Maduno and Luis Martinez.  They have entered into revenue sharing agreements with telemarketers who make illegal unsolicited telephone calls.  They profit directly from these outbound unsolicited telephone calls.

This appears to be a clear violation of a number of laws, including 16 C.F.R. §310.3(b) of the Federal Telemarketing Sales Rule.

Please take a moment to report this call via an online complaint to regulators.

Washington Attorney General Online Complaints:
https://fortress.wa.gov/atg/formhandler/ago/ComplaintForm.aspx

Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission Online Complaints:
http://www.utc.wa.gov/consumers/Pages/ConsumerComplaintForm.aspx

Federal Do Not Call Complaint Form:
https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx?panel=2


CallerID4U, Inc.
93 S. Jackson Street, Suite 38-480
Seattle WA 98104

Paul Maduno, CEO
Phone:  310-251-5420
Email:  paul@callerid4u.com


For more information about CallerID4U, visit this site:

http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/over-100000-ftc-complaints-filed-against-callerid4u-inc/
http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com/callerid4u-washington-phone-number-lis/
Reply
Reply
2013-01-11 20:23:03
Unknown
CALLERID4U: Faces Class Action Over Automatic Telephone Dialers
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Kelly Holleran, writing for The Madison St. Clair Record, reports that ten days after an alleged violation of the Illinois Automatic Telephone Dialers Act, an Edwardsville law firm has filed a putative class action suit claiming a telemarketer thwarted a caller ID system by concealing its true identity.

The Law Office of Shari L. Murphy claims it received one or more prerecorded phone calls from defendant CallerID4U on Oct. 21. However, when the defendant called the law office, it failed to reveal its true identity on the caller ID screen, according to the complaint filed Oct. 31 in Madison County Circuit Court.

Peter J. Maag and Thomas G. Maag of Maag Law Firm in Wood River represents the plaintiff.

The action is in violation of a state statute which requires that all autodialers correctly identify themselves on caller IDs, the complaint says.

'As a direct and proximate result of Defendant's action, Plaintiff sustained damages, including but not limited to lost productivity time and wages paid to financially compensated employees who were diverted from being gainfully employed, and instead dealing with robotic telephone calls,' the suit states.

In its complaint, the law office seeks a judgment of more than $50,000, plus treble damages, costs and other relief the court deems just.

Madison County Circuit Court case number: 11-L-1128.


http://do-not-call-complaints.com/blog/
http://www.girardgibbs.com/practice-areas/30/ ... ction-act-tcpa/

Nothing that you do will stop them from calling you. The major players behind this have made millions of dollars, which means that they are too big to fail.
One of the major players specializes in aiding the rich with tax evasion and shell corporations set up in Belize. You can bet that the well to do in this country are not getting lower your credit card interest rate calls and due to that fact our government just considers a few phone calls a minor annoyance.
The FCC has temporarily halted 5 of the minor unprofitable boiler rooms. They will receive a slap on the wrist and be back at it within a few days.

In the meantime the calls will continue since the major money is being made with what is called a CNAM revenue-sharing program through companies like   http://www.telephonemanagement.net and http://www.CallerID4U.com
In their own words:  'Every day your company makes thousands of outbound phone calls. Every one of those calls generates revenue for many companies, why not yours? Our CNAM revenue-sharing program helps you make money every time a Caller ID request is made by a phone carrier. A high-traffic call center can lose hundreds to thousands of dollars a day to phone carriers by allowing them to charge for access to your own data.'

You can now see why the criminals keep calling even though they know you won't fall for their scam. They are making money even if you don't answer the phone. If someone does make the mistake of answering the phone and falling for their con then it is just icing on the cake for them. These people are the lowest form of filth on this planet. The only way to stop this is to contact the FBI and ask why this crime family is allowed to operate and facilitate the ongoing criminal operations. This is one of the reasons that the RICO act was put in place, so why aren't they using it. Is this because this isn't a high profile, news worthy operation or is the FBI too understaffed and busy with Homeland Security issues. Maybe if we were rich they would take this seriously, but then if we were rich we would be using that criminal organizations services and protecting them instead of trying to shut them down. It is alleged that they launder money from Pacific Telecom through a trust bank account in Oregon and into foreign accounts at Scotiabank in Belize and other destinations.  

Why hasn't the FBI used the RICO act and gone after this organization? On October 15, 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961?1968), commonly referred to as the 'RICO Act', became United States law. The RICO Act allowed law enforcement to charge a person or group of people with racketeering, defined as committing multiple violations of certain varieties within a ten-year period. The purpose of the RICO Act was stated as 'the elimination of the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legitimate organizations operating in interstate commerce'. S.Rep. No. 617, 91st Cong., 1st Sess. 76 (1968). However, the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce.

From the FBI website:
http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication ... -2010-2011#Mass
Mass Marketing Fraud
General Overview
Mass marketing fraud is a general term for frauds which exploit mass-communication media, such as telemarketing, mass mailings, and the Internet. Since the 1930s, mass marketing has been a widely accepted and exercised practice. Advances in telecommunications and financial services technologies have further served to spur growth in mass marketing, both for legitimate business purposes as well as for the perpetration of consumer frauds. They share a common theme: the use of false and/or deceptive representations to induce potential victims to make advance fee-type payments to fraud perpetrators. Although there are no comprehensive statistics on the subject, it is estimated mass marketing frauds victimize millions of Americans each year and generate losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The following is a brief description of some of the key concepts and schemes associated with the mass marketing/advance fee fraud crime problem.

Advance Fee Fraud: This category of fraud encompasses a broad variety of schemes which are designed to induce their victims into remitting upfront payments in exchange for the promise of goods, services, and/or prizes.

The predominantly transnational nature of the mass marketing fraud crime problem presents significant impediments to effective investigation by any single agency or national jurisdiction. Typically, victims will reside in one or more countries, perpetrators will operate from another, and the financial/money services infrastructure of numerous additional countries are utilized for the rapid movement and laundering of funds. For these reasons, the FBI is uniquely positioned to assist in the investigation of these frauds through its network of legal attaché (legat) offices located in over 60 U.S. Embassies around the world. By leveraging its global presence and network of liaison contacts, the FBI has successfully cooperated with other domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to combat, disrupt, and dismantle international mass marketing fraud groups. The FBI participates in the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group (IMMFWG), a multi-agency working group established to facilitate the multi-national exchange of information and intelligence, the coordination of cross-border operational matters, and the enhancement of public awareness of international mass marketing fraud schemes. The current membership of the IMMFWG consists of law enforcement, regulatory, and consumer protection agencies from seven countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Despite the best interagency enforcement efforts to combat mass marketing fraud, the FBI remains cognizant of the fact that the only enduring remedy for this crime problem lies in consumer education and fraud prevention programs. Toward this end, the FBI has not only produced its own mass marketing fraud prevention materials, but coordinates on other public information efforts with the DOJ, FTC, and the USPIS, among others. The FBI also supports a consumer fraud prevention website in conjunction with the USPIS which can be located on the web at: Additionally, further information on mass marketing fraud schemes can be found at www.fbi.gov, www.ftc.gov, www.ic3.gov, and www.stopfraud.gov.

Any criminal activity can be reported to the FBI here:  https://tips.fbi.gov
Report it at http://www.fcc.gov/complaints
Report it at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov
People should continually file complaints with their Attorney Generals office.

There is a blog site that has information on one of these operations:     http://telemarketerspam.wordpress.com
Payback
Payback
2013-01-07 19:26:38
Unknown
Take a look at Kelli's post on this page and you'll know what I am trying to say.
Payback
Payback
2013-01-07 19:25:25
Unknown
Card Service, and similar frauds are using your service to make fraudulent calls, a tactic done to rip people off. You guys need to check your call records to see if a fraudulent group like Card Service(Rachel) is using your numbers to harass/rip people off. You guy provide numbers to call centers but are you sure that those call centers aren't boiler rooms?
CallerId4u
CallerId4u
2013-01-07 19:08:12
Unknown
CallerId4u is a phone company not a telemarketing or marketing company. We provide Caller ID and other compliance services to call centers so that consumers know who to reach if they want to remove themselves from a call list. Please go to http://callerid4u.com for additional information on our services and FAQ. The fastest way to remove yourself from a list is to call back the number that called you and use the automated OPT OUT IVR. Alternatively you can go to http://callerid4u.com/consume_page.php and create a complaint online or use any of the other methods displayed there to contact us. It is our goal to help you resolve your issues as quickly as possible. Bear in mind that ultimately it is the call center's responsibility to remove you from their list. Please note that you can still receive telemarketing calls even if your number is on Do-Not-Call list from the following companies:
1. Companies you have done business with in the last 12 months
2. Non Profit solicitation
3. Political campaign
4. When you sign up for free software or magazine subscription
Irrespective of your situation, we will do our best to help you stop them from calling you.
CallerId4u
compliance@callerid4u.com
Regina Jefferson
Regina Jefferson
2012-07-04 21:50:25
Unknown
Got a call from TAccess today at 4 pm CST.
Angussssted
Angussssted
2012-06-28 18:23:39
Telemarketer
Received call & ID said "TACCESS" # 206-397-1126. Guy with phony sounding Indian Accent said he was with Microsoft & that I had contracted a bad computer virus, & was I sitting if front of my computer.  It sounded really fishy, don't think Microsoft would ever personally call about a virus.  I asked him to call me back in 5 min.  In the meantime I was going to call our IT guy, but didn't want to bother him w/ this BS, so I Googled in the TACCESS phone #, and lo & behold a plethora of similiar complaints about this company & it's rude callers.  This is a scam & I will join most of you in filing a complaint against them.  Thank you to this website!!!
mudgirl
mudgirl
2012-06-27 23:13:19
Unknown
Just got a call from (206) 397-1126 same story as the rest of you.  Windows support, thick accent.  I played along but then he hung up when i started laughing.  Whats weird is i just ordered a set of recovery cds from hp, got them today.
Alicia Reed
Alicia Reed
2012-06-27 13:39:02
Unknown
There was a long pause and the guy asked if I am ready to start accepting clients
Sandy
Sandy
2012-06-27 02:47:16
Unknown
I just got the same call about 8:30p this evening.  They kept me on the phone for 40 min.  All the time I was really nervous about the call.  Same situation as described by all the other posters here... thick Indian acents.  Used the names of Thomos Palmer (initial caller) and Jim Parker (specialist supervisor).  To prove they were legit, directed me on Google to the website www.24hrssupport.com , which was legitimate on Google.  And the US contact number for that company was the phone number he quoted to me earlier when I asked for their phone number..... 213-455-3317.  Still, against my better judgement, I followed through and let them have access to my computer and gave my name, phone number and email address.  After watching them do some clean up, Mr. Parker tried to get sell me security software and said he need a credit card and that's when I said "NO" and they stopped what they were doing, which looked like cleaning temp files and add-ons, etc.  I've since done my own scanning with my own utilities and security software.  But am gravely concerned as to if they stole any data or planted something in my computer.  SO STUPID ON MY PART...
Sagebrush
Sagebrush
2012-06-26 18:39:38
Unknown
A friend of mine received many calls from this number.  They claimed her system had a bug in the operating system and they could help her fix it.  After she entered some commands from the start menu, they asked her to allow remote access so they could come into her machine.  Then they planted a Trojan which took complete control of her machine and then want her to pay them $400 to clean it up.  She obviously did not pay but, she had to format her hard drive and reload everything.  The best thing to do is get caller ID and do not answer any phone calls that you do not recognize.   bad bad news
jacyjack
jacyjack
2012-06-26 16:28:39
Unknown
recieved a call from  taccess, phone # 206-397-1126 , they kept saying we had something wrong with our computer,  told them there was nothing wrong with our computers, then i asked them who they were trying to get an they told me a mrs robertson, told them no one lived here by that name , they kept arguing with me, so my husband took the phone, an told the girl he couldnt understand her. an asked for some that could speak better english,  another person came on the line, my husband asked where they were from , called said india an he asked what the nature of the call was and he said something was wrong with our computer, my husband said nothing was wrong and he said what is you really want , and he demanded we pay him 500.00 , my husband said he was crazy if he thought we would just give him the money an said he was going to report them , called then started cussing him out , my husband just hung up on him,  we have had 3 call from this place .
Terrie
Terrie
2012-06-25 19:45:52
Unknown
Got a call from this number wanting to fix my computer. Was told it had a virus and was going to crash. I told them I took my computer to the doctor and was told it did not have a virus. ha ha
Kelli
Kelli
2012-06-23 18:23:49
Unknown
I got a call from this number and I said "Hello" twice, and got no response, and then suddenly, a computer voice came on and said, "Goodbye!"  What the heck?!  This was shortly after I had received an out of area call that sounds similar to what others here have received - where the guy, with a barely understandable Indian accent told me there was something wrong with my computer.
Betty
Betty
2012-06-22 19:16:27
Unknown
They called us (long distance)  today, on June 22, 2012 at about 1.40pm. We are in Ontario, do not call list. There was a long silence, after which a female voice (NO accent) said: good-bye.

Exactly the same happened at 2.55pm. Again  - a long silence, after which the same voice said: good bye.  But - this time the (long distance) phonecall was made from the number 310-599-9211. At least what we saw on display.

What if they call from a completely different number and use an electronic device which allows to show the number different that the one where they actually call from?

This is weird. To spend money on long distance calls just to say good bye.
lbell
lbell
2012-06-21 23:00:39
Unknown
Second call saying my computer is showing an error.  Told him my computer is fine and never to call again.  We'll see.
JT
JT
2012-06-20 19:09:45
Telemarketer
These are scammers!!!!!!

The ID on the 1st call read VERTEX 310-559-9211, the caller sounded Indian and said that my windows computer had a problem.  I told him I'm on the do not all list and hung up, there are others this scammer has called -

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-310-599-9211
http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/3105999211

The same guy called a few minutes later, but this time the phone displayed MGL BPO 213-333-2306 and I was told me would call me when ever he likes. Again I am no the only one he is calling -

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-213-333-3206
http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/2133333206
http://www.spokeo.com/213-333-telemarketers

After I hung up, he called yet one more time, this time the phone displayed TACCESS 206-397-1126.  And yet again I'm not the only one getting calls from these scammers -

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-206-397-1126
http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/2063971126
JT
JT
2012-06-20 19:07:28
Telemarketer
The ID on the 1st call read VERTEX 310-559-9211, the caller sounded Indian and said that my windows computer had a problem.  I told him I'm on the do not all list and hung up, there are others this scammer has called -

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-310-599-9211
http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/3105999211

The same guy called a few minets later, but this time the phone displayed MGL BPO 213-333-2306 and I was told he would call me when ever he likes. Again I am not the only one he is calling -

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-213-333-3206
http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/2133333206
http://www.spokeo.com/213-333-telemarketers

After I hung up, he called yet one more time, this time the phone displayed TACCESS 206-397-1126.  And yet again I'm not tehe only ones getting calls from these scammers -

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-206-397-1126
http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/2063971126
wanda
wanda
2012-06-20 16:26:47
Unknown
Got the call too, asked for my name , and they couldn't tell me just kept asking if my computer was on so they could help with download, I told them to send me an email.
anonymous
anonymous
2012-06-19 22:18:21
Unknown
Got a call from a guy with a heavy Indian accent. Wanted me to turn on my computer to fix a "serious virus threat, NOW."  I told him that I couldn'tn't understand the mname of his company and he said Micro-tech. I said that I never heard of the company and would write the info down. He insisted that I should turn the computer on. I asked what he would do when I turned it on and he would not say. I told him that if he would not tell me exactly what he intended to do once it was on, I would call the FBI and report them as hackers. He told me to go to hell and I hung up.
Sista
Sista
2012-06-18 13:48:14
Unknown
Just received a call from this number, she said she was from G Tech support contracted with micro soft and my computer was sending out malious emails, said she would guide me to fix it.  I asked her for a telepone number to contact micro soft so I could verify, she gave me 163-162-10001 I told her that was to many numbers and that was not Micro Soft number, she said it was her number for me to call back to verify.....LOL...I said I need the number to Micro Soft and she humg up
Jofes
Jofes
2012-06-17 19:55:40
Unknown
Living in Sweden. Got a call yesterday from a person I didn't got the name. He said he was calling from MicroSoft. I Just said I was busy and than he hung up. Some weeks ago my daughter also got a call from the same number telling her that our computer was infected by some virus. She asked them to call back another time.
Barb
Barb
2012-06-16 19:31:45
Unknown
Got this call a bit ago.  Definitely sounded foreign.  I hung up on him.
bill
bill
2012-06-16 17:17:27
Prank Call
Guy called with heavy East Indian accent. Said he was from Microsoft OS Support and that their reports show I have infections in my computer. I let him go on a bit then told him this was a scam because I own Macs and my job is in IT Support. He started to argue with me that it was not a scam. I have received about a dozen of these calls over the past year. Each time I let them talk a little longer and start to screw with them over the phone hoping they will figure out it is not worth calling me anymore. THIS IS A SCAM. I think they are just trying to get remote access to people's computers to hack their information.
jhudson
jhudson
2012-06-15 18:10:52
Unknown
Another call claiming to want to fix my computer. Told them that they were fraudulent and they got very angry. Hung up on them.
david
david
2012-06-13 21:18:28
Unknown
say its from teccas what good does do not call .gov do
Pat
Pat
2012-06-11 23:35:22
Telemarketer
Heavy indian accent. Tried claiming that my windows operating system was sending error reports.  I use a Mac.  I let him start down his 'trouble shooting' process to see what he wanted me to do. They're looking for you to activate a key logger.  I called him on it and he immediately hung up.  Really wish we could find these people.  Next time I'm going to let him walk through the ENTIRE process and tell him I've done exactly what he asks so I can document this for the police.
Pat
Pat
2012-06-11 23:30:09
Telemarketer
Heavy indian accent. Tried claiming that my windows operating system was sending error reports.  I use a Mac.  I let him start down his 'trouble shooting' process to see what he wanted me to do. They're looking for you to activate a key logger.  I called him on it and he immediately hung up.  Really wish we could find these people.
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