Greenville, NC, United States
Top spam/scam types by reports
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Called didn't answer....read that it was health insurance scam....I'm on a do not call list ,yet they call
Simple solution... very powerful. Let the other person speak first, if they don't it's a telemarketer.
When I am receiving a call and they don't leave a message,, I check the number. If there is any indication of a sales call, I will block the number. Pleople who know me well enough, will leave a message. If they don't leave a message, then the call is not worth my time to return, whether I recognize the # or not. I block most calls I do not know. You'd be surprised how many "significant calls" you receive, after blocking non--significant calls.
Tried to sell some items on Facebook, and my bank verified this number and activity as a scam. Still being harrassed about being reported.
These guys want your credit card information claiming that your rates are too high. I don't have a credit card due to bankruptcy. This might be a phishing call but it also could be a telemarketing call.
Credit card Sales pitch
Said he could sell me health insurance that would give me full coverage and he could do it year round, not just during open enrollment. In Connecticut.
Receiving a voice mail, want to clean out my dryer vent.
Called every day. It is Robocall for Dryer Vent Cleaning.