called my cell. no message, etc. gotta be a scammer.
got a call from 855-531-3734, Western Financial Mr Moss. Told me that I had taken a pay day loan out in 2012 and had not paid it back. Had no clue to what he was talking about. He threaten me when I told him it was not me. Mr Moss was a jerk. He also said I was going to jail. I wish these people would get a real job leave the working person alone.
Same experience as others. I never replied and after several weeks of calls they left a message stating they would not call again if I didn't reply, and I didn't. Now four weeks later they are calling again. I sold my truck in 7 days on Autotrader.com and had them take the ad down a couple of days later. These guys apparently track ads by the ad number and never bother to see if he ad is still running. Called them back two different times today to give them a piece of my mind, on hold 20 minutes each time, never did get to talk to them. Went to their website and contacted them that way and told them enough already! Autotrader works, I have bought and sold on Autotrader.com several times, never a problem with Autotrader but you will get some yahoo's like this trying to take advantage.
This is a scam asking for your credit card info.
I believe this to be one of those scams where they tell you you are being sued....
Someone called my family members yesterday and was very rude. The person was threatening and was trying to intimidate my family by having papers served to someone who doesn't live there. Be cautious and vigilante folks. And don't be home between 8am
who is this?
a message was left did not ask for anyone in particular just said with two days someone will be at place of employment or home to serve papers. I called back and hesitation then someone said Legal Dept. and a name. I hung up because a place of business would not answer that way.
Telemarketer pretend to be Premera BLUE CROSS asking for your personal information
LAMAN TODO EL TIEMPO
Same here. left a case # for reference. I refused to call them back. ID says Cambodia #
Ms. hart from this Bogus United National Arbitration is harassing my inlaws and my husbands friends! I pulled their number right up and they are scammers and phish for info. I called her back and directlyand in no other certain terms that I am filing a complaint with the FTC. She suddenly got real nice and I didn't wait to here her reason for calling. I will follow through with this complaint!
Called during Thanksgiving dinner! Seem to be getting 855 calls very frequently over past couple of months. If I answer, there is no one there (like it was auto-dialed) - I usually don't answer.
It's a voice recording from max fitness.
This number belongs to a debt collector that does not adhere to any of the FDCPA and TCPA regulations and isn't very careful with associating phone numbers to debtors. The company is called Transmediation (doesn't appear to be registered anywhere) and is located at 38105 Post Office Rd, Prairieville, LA 70769-4296.
calls several times never answers when I pick up.
Called and left a message telling me that I needed to call back to confirm information on a contest that I had entered to win $25000.00.
That I had filled out the info about a year or year and a half ago. I did not call back.
Calling telling me that I have a summons to court over a bad check. I haven't had a checking account in several years and if you get a summons to appear in court in Marshall County Alabama a deputy sheriff physically puts it in your hand, they don't call from a number you cannot call back.
this person called left a message stating he will serve me court paper today by 6:00pm or in the morning to appear in civil court. He didn't say why or what it was for. If you get this google it and find out more information.
This number belongs to Affirmative Mediation Group, a debt collector. The gentleman I talked with was very nice (surprise). They were attempting to collection on a debt with HSBC. I have recently filed bankruptcy, HSBC knew I had included this account in the bankruptcy, but they still turned it over to a debt collector. The gentleman on the phone verified that I had file bankruptcy, told me that he would be contacting my attorney to resolve. Like I said, he was the nicest man. Since HSBC was informed of my filing, they should not have turned this over for collection and I will be following up with my attorney.