48154 MI...Called here too. I have no idea , I'm NOT buying.
Has alot of ba!!s calling here that late, good thing I wasn't home.
I received a call from (605) 947-4898 at 4:27 p.m. on January 8, 2010. I did not answer but a voice mail was a telemarketer telling how I could erase all my debt. I looked up this phone number on www.anywho.com. According to their information the call was from an address in Waubay, South Dakota. As a matter of fact two addresses were noted.along with the name of the person. The complete information from anywho.com for this number is:
15115 444th Ave
Waubay, SD 57273
113 N 2nd St
Waubay, SD 57273
Live long and prosper Mark but not at the expense of the people you're bothering with these unsolicited phone calls.
Called a co worker a couple min ago...no message was left and when my co worker called back to give them a piece of his mind it said the number wasn't in service
Well they called me once with an automated msg and i hung up. Then they call me back with the same automated msg and they asked me if i wanted to speak to live rep. So i pressed the number, and i let the rep know in some colorful words to stop calling me and lose my damn number. the rep replied "F**K you B***h, and then hung up. So CLEARLY she wasn't part of any corporation of importance. I tried calling back and it said the number is disconnected.
Who calls me from 61509474898
whoever this is keeps calling and when i say hello, they don't say anything.
(Posting for elderly parents). This number is one of a group of numbers used by and identifying themselves as GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL. There are four different phone numbers for this scam operation, all have used the same scare tactic of mentioning having to clear up some mysterious financial problem prior to taxes being filed. It worries my Mom and Dad and pisses me off. Lets put a stop to all such calls by filing complaints with the FTC.
has been calling my daughter's cell phone and freaking me out-like everyone else that calls that number,it is disconnected.
multiple calls last two days. no message left. how do i get this guy to stop
I got this call..and I call and the num ber doesn't excist....I thought it was maybe my deployed army friend?.....does anyone relate
this A**LE just keepes calling. It's 11pm here, and I just got another call. That is the 3rd today. I'm reporting him to the New York Attorney General's Office. I suggest you all report the number to your AG's Office. Here are the results of a reverse lookup.
Mark Sorensen N 2ND ST
WAUBAY, SD 57273
Mark Sorensen 444TH AVE
WAUBAY, SD 57273
call a lot of times, so annoy
Mark Sorensen (605) 947-4898 113 N 2 St, Waubay, SD 57273 - is what Google comes up with
called again today. no message. i wonder if one could sue this person for harrasment?
they call me 6 times a day and when i call back the nunber dont exist they keep calling
received a call from this number myself, contacted the operator, she verified it is coming from a Mark Sorensen....two addresses: 15115 444th Ave Waubay South Dakota, and 113 N. 2nd St. Waubay, South Dakota, I would contact the authorities and report them, they were attempting to collect my bank information. This is a scam.
calls me at least 3 times a week for the past couple weeks. never leaves a message and disconnects immediately if i answer.
i got calls from this number all day they need to do something about this on our cell phones..
calls my pre paid phone, and no message. Same as everyone else annoying, and frustrating.
the name of the caller is coming from a Mark Sorensen. whoever it's a scam
Mark Sorensen (605) 947-4898 113 N 2 St, Waubay, SD 57273
called once, left no message.
I get several calls a day.. but I don't answer the calls from outside of my area code...
Offer credit help, but hang up when one asks to be removed from their calling list
Hmm.. so i am getting calls from that number and you recommend reporting to the fcc complaint.. how much info do i have to submit and why would you say i should do this..
I have never filed a complaint w/ the fcc.
Just who uses services that spam your phone anyway?
Is this a successfull marketing tactic?
Are there actually people who listen to this type of marketing plan and become interested in it?