automated calls to cell phone leaving voice mails telling me it's not too late for my car warranty...
Denver Cell Subscriber
Received call from 702-520-1342. Have received calls to home (annoying enough!!) and now they've found my cell phone!
I'm on the National Do Not Call registery as well.
They did not leave a message.
This number keeps calling me about my car warranty. I dont even have a car. I have had them take me off of their list 5 times, but still get calls.
This is a scamas are ALL of these car warranty things. I get the calls on my cell phone 2 times a week. They are very persistant but if you try to call them back you can't get anyone.
This is a sham company using an illegal autodialer in the hopes that someone will pick up. If you "press #2 to be taken off our list", it only lets them know they've found a working number and they'll try that much harder. The auto warranty they offer is worthless (surprised?). The kid I talked to hesitated to tell me the name of the company or where they were located, proud business owners that they are.
I informed them that they are in violation of FCC & possibly FTC regulations. We'll see if they call back).
I keep getting a call from this company to extend my car warrenty.
I do not want to extend my automobile warrenty.
I've been called at 3:00 AM and again at 1:30 PM on my cell phone and I'm on the DO NOT CALL registry.
Try hitting 9 to remove you from their list. Most Telephone API's have that built-in. I haven't verified it yet but (crosses fingers)
People called me askign if I wanted to reduce my debt. they called me at my work number, and I called back several times to try and get them to remove the phone number - they hung up on me every time.
I have gotten this call several times at work and when I call them back and ask to speak to a supervisor they hang up on me every freaking time!!!! Very annoying!! My boss has a friend in the FBI and I am giving him the number to see if he can do something about this.
repeated calls to a business where there is no one with a DEBT ISSUE
they hang up when you ask them to stop calling
So now they are calling in from a different number 866-250-2442, same place same freaking bs as the other number.
I've gotten several calls from these people asking me if I want to reduce my debt. I've asked, then demanded, to be removed from their list. They keep hanging up on me. Is there no government agency that can shut this down?
Received an automated call asking for us to press "1" to speak with a representative concerning the credit increase we previously spoke about and have been approved for. Rang in on an overflow line telephone number, so they couldn't be calling the company directly.... it's being Robodialed.
I got a prerecorded message from this number about reducing my consumer debt. When I finally got a person on the phone to try to identify the company, I was immediately hung up on. Obviously it's a scam.
They call my house about three times per week, but from different 702-520 numbers. I've received about three of these calls on my cell phone in the past two months. Caller ID Varies. Other caller ID names have been "American Management" "private suite" and "private office".
Rodney is no longer employed by these folks. We receive at least 4-5 telemarketer calls on our business line a day. When we ask them to remove us they hang up before you even get the word remove me out of your mouth. Today I asked to speak to a representative and was moved to a gentleman on the phone who said he hired a telemarketing firm and he was not responsible for the calls.. I said you are responsible, since they are hired by your firm.. then this woman chimes in and starts saying "F" you, F you, F you.. (our digital recording phone system here makes a perfect voice recordings). I have just submitted a formal complaint with the AG's office here in Rhode Island. Time to fight back!!!
They give the name of Consumer Direct Warranty and the warranty service center. They have been calling me for months. CDWS is in Las Vegas and Redding CA. Of course, why would they give their real name and then hang up.
There has to be a way to trace these people...
How can I fill a complaint against this company?????? They call me between 5pm and 3am about 7-12 times a week.
They call my office and I received a call last night at 10pm.
Report any info to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC, not FCC). www.ftc.gov/ftc/contact.shtm
I've received over a dozen automated calls on my cell phone from phone numbers 702-520-XXXX (Las Vegas, NM). I finally spoke with Darr and Delme (spelling may be incorrect). Darr told me the company website is: www.consumerdirectwarranty.com. This may be part of the scam. The caller lied about a number of things, such as the reason he couldn't provide a call back number (statistics show that 70% of the people that call back have existing car problems). The caller claimed to offer an extended "factory" warranty, but I know for a fact that there is only one Saab extended factory warranty and it is called Universal. When I asked about mailing a check (in order to get an address), I was asked to provide the check routing # (to pay) over the phone. When I offered my address to have information mailed to me, the caller hung up.
I have reported this information to the FCC along with the info kindly provided by John Warner.
These guys have called me a number of times and I wanted to play with them a little bit. Usually if you ask a few questions, they hang up on you.
First, this block of phone numbers comes from Digicom Services, which provides 'disposable' phone numbers to scam artists like these guys. Their information is:
12923 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Phone (310) 358-7000
Fax (310) 437-4105
I spoke with Chris Georger. They were good enough to offer me a three year extended warranty on my (make-beleive) car (2003 Chevy Impala LS) for $2995 ($495 of it up front, 208.33 a month). Even if they weren't in a boiler room somewhere in Las Vegas, that is about half the trade-in value of the car today, much less in three years when the warranty is supposed to end. He told me that I could find the contract information at www.royaladmin.com but none of the information emailed to me has Royal Admin on it anywhere, which makes me question whether or not they are actually affiliated.
The email they sent me comes from firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a website for directprotectwarranty.com, I tried calling the toll-free that is on the website (which is differnt than the number Chris gave me) When I asked for Chris Georger, I did get connected, so at least they are keeping that part of their story straight. Nowhere on the website is there any location information - no names, no addresses... a Whois search of the domain is privacy protected.
A Google search of directprotectwarranty is kinda interesting: There is a Google posting for MemorialCare Health Centers looking for Extended Warranty Reps. I am afraid to ask what kind of extended warranty a hospital would be trying to sell, but my guess is that someone posted the job using a hacked Monster account.
The posting had a phone number 714-415-7500 - Googling this number comes back with a number of interesting businesses in Orange County, CA like 'Morgage Bang' (really). Calling this number gets you a very helpful receptionist at C1F Marketing, another one of these awesome virtual companies with a website and a phone number, but no contact information, no street address, and a privacy hidden. C1F Marketing styles itself as a 'Voice Broadcasting' company (read: 'Robo-Telemarketing'). The receptionist didn't know who Chris Georger was.
Okay, seriously, if this didn't look like a scam before, it really does now. This information will go to the appropriate consumer protection agencies of my home state and California.
And yes, I really did give them the name Bartholomew Simpson - maybe they can sell me a warranty on my skateboard... !Ay Carrumba! It was hard not to giggle when they kept calling me Mr. Simpson.
How can I report this number to someone that will do something about this? These people have called several times to my phone. I stayed on the line so that I could speak to a representative and then he hung up on me. There should be some sort of fee penalty for this sort of thing. I am okay with sales calls but this is misleading.
This company is caleld Warranty Services and claim that can re-issue or re-extend warranties on ANY car. They claim they are affiliated with every car company out there. However, when they called I asked to speak with the main supervisor in charge to have him directly remove me from the list -
IF ANYBODY WISHES TO BE REMOVED CALL EITHER TWO OF THESE NUMBERS:
DANIELLE WILSON - 888-282-3524 X4213
RODNEY (SUPERVISOR) - 888-758-2898 X4220
They also informed me that they are NOT the only company out there trying to offer warranties. They have a great deal of competition so don't be surprised once you receive a call of the same nature after requesting to be removed from THEIR calling list.
me in ATL
Just got a call from this number 2 minutes ago. Scam about car warranty.
I've had several calls from this number on my cell phone. I don't answer cause I don't recognize the long distance number.
I have friends in Nevada and when I saw a missed call on my company's work cellphone I got very worried and of course thought the worse, especially so early in the morning. Everyone there is fine after scaring them to death after a early morning phone call from me. Probably no way to stop these calls but now I know not every call I get from a 702 number is doom and gloom.
they keep calling my cell trying to sell extended warranty for a car.
How can I make them stop? I get a call from this number every 48 hours.