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Posted:    jlee

new unwanted phone scam/msg

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 1 votes
Contact information:
United States
Phone: 916-255-0000
This is a new one - an unwanted automated phone message to my cell saying it is not a telemarketing call but saying how I can learn to be a licensed contractor... no names or company info given.
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 21st of Jul, 2008 by   akakoa 0 Votes
I was surprised when this phone number appeared on my screen 916-255-0000 and it was an automated marketing message for getting a license to be a contractor. I just hung up but I reported it to my cellular provider. I maintain my donotcall.gov every year to avoid these trash calls but it got through. It is junk.
 24th of Jul, 2008 by   Amanda 0 Votes
I received a call from this 951-255-0000, but I did not answer because I didn't know the number. They did not leave a voicemail. I seem to be receiving a lot of these calls lately! SO annoying!

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