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Recent Comments

  • Penny Wise commented for number 8018883130 :    Caller hung up when the machine kicked in. No caller ID whatsoever. Didn't recognize the number, and not a single hit for it in a Google search either. Suspect spam. commented on: 2022-04-06 13:24:19

  • Jane Doe commented for number 9842381764 :    Spam hangup call (or was maybe blocked) from "DEBT RELIEF" -- who also called last week from a completely different number: 725-254-1293. No message left either time from EITHER number. But clearly some sort of scam/phishing expedition BOTH TIMES.... commented on: 2022-04-04 20:04:46

  • Joan Pope commented for number 7177843658 :    No message. No caller ID. Not ONE single solitary hit on Google. Yet Core Communications keeps showing up on various websites like this one as the carrier. So I dropped a dime (metaphorically) to the FTC just now & just *happened* to mention Core.... commented on: 2022-03-30 05:39:15

  • Bianca Little commented for number 2069358188 :    Spam robocall claiming to be from Amazon, but which came up as "GOSS WESLEY". Number traces to some tool and machining company in Seattle (!) and to two different women who might be related to Mr. Goss of the caller ID.... Yes, I've contacted Amazon. commented on: 2022-03-21 19:42:37

  • Penny Wise commented for number 4127161246 :    Didn't recognize the number, or the caller ID: "W SCHMIEDBERG". Caller hung up/was blocked/was a robocaller system partway through the second ring. Almost no hits on Google for the number, very few for the name and NONE for them together.... commented on: 2022-03-08 20:42:34

  • Bianca Lyttle commented for number 4127358646 :    No caller ID showing, no message left, and didn't recognize the number (and apparently neither does Google). Suspect spam.... commented on: 2022-03-03 01:07:34

  • Penny Wise commented for number 4127343238 :    So, another hangup call with almost NO information about the alleged owner(s) -- none of whom I've ever heard of. Verizon is the carrier of record (again?) -- so much for call blocking: "we'll block spam calls unless made by a paying customer....." commented on: 2022-02-25 22:14:09

  • Jane Doe commented for number 7179277132 :    Call came in at 8:30 AM(!) -- NO caller ID; NO message left. Didn't recognize #. NoMoRobo's website DID -- 1/2 dozen reports of it being PHISHING. commented on: 2022-02-24 19:11:23

  • Jane Doe commented for number 4127370961 :    NO message left, NO caller ID and NO hits for the number in a Google search. Yet this number came up in the call which came in just after 9 in the morning! And ANOTHER site which says that Verizon is the carrier of record..... commented on: 2022-02-23 19:53:39

  • Chloe Judge Wilson commented for number 4127332390 :    No message left by "WALMART"; caller (probably NOT Walmart, anyway) hung up when the machine kicked in. Almost no hits on Google (and certainly not any local Walmart store or there WOULD have been more hits). So, SPAM! commented on: 2022-02-18 05:54:50