Ameritech IllinoisPhone scam

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Received three calls in 2 days from 3 phones numbers in Illinois. Each time there is a connection, but no one there. On trying to immediately return the call, the number is stated as disconnected or no longer in service. The numbers are:
[protected]
[protected]
[protected]

Reverse look up indicates that all of these numbers are owned by Ameritech Illinois. The number listed for Ameritech Illinois [protected]) is not answered, not even by a machine, at 4:55 CDT) pm on a weekday.

It is possible that this company is a facilitator of illegal telemarketing practices.

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  • Ar
    Aristine Smith May 01, 2019
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    Received repeated calls from Elgin, IL- they are all AmeriTech. Have started using Google screener & blocking service. The robo-caller will not talk to the screener.

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  • Helpful.A.8 Oct 23, 2018

    [protected]

    Another one of their numbers.

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    horst graessle Sep 06, 2018
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    daily calls since July 2018 from [protected] and similar numbers, coming from CANTRALL Illinois. Town is near Springfield Illinois. a recording asks if you want on the no call list, they still call. any help would be appreciated.

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    maritsa123X May 16, 2018
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    Phone number [protected] from Ameritech carrier, phone ID said Coldwell Banker. Asian girl claimed to be selling security systems, kept calling back despite my repeated requests not to do so, and then threatened to call daily, several times each day, just to harass me. SHUT DOWN THIS TELEMARKETER!!!

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    Robt Armstrong Sep 19, 2017
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    Call from [protected] upon research it is from the carrier : AMERITECH ILLINOIS Landline located in Tinley Park
    State IL
    Zip 60487
    The phone number [protected] belongs to Kurt Kozin and is located in Tinley Park, IL, U.S.
    [protected] is a Landline phone from the carrier AMERITECH ILLINOIS and its connection status is unknown. The international number for this cell phone is +[protected].
    Kurt Kozin may also go by the names Kurt Kozin, Kurt A Kozen, Kurt Kazin
    Kurt Kozin is related to Ronda Kozin, Judith R Kozin, Kurt Kozin, Marilyn M Kozin, Michael R Kozin, and 41 more people.

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    Justin Observer Jul 05, 2017
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    Genevieve Marrs [protected] = Carpentersville, IL = Carrier: AMERITECH ILLINOIS Landline = Spoofing w/this #

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    Redbarn Feb 20, 2017

    Had a call from [protected], an Ameritech Illinois listed number, credit card services scammer, number disconnected message when called back within 1 min. of original call. disgraceful management at Ameritech!

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    Gregory Adams Mar 10, 2016

    I think it could be some kind of telemarketing attempts. There is no much information that I can find about the number. Checked on http://whycall.me, but no one have reported the number. I think it's better for you to just ignore similar numbers if there are any of them in the future. Let the caller leave message.

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