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Bart Mancuso:

This number belongs to the Canada Revenue Agency - the Canadian counterpart to the IRS. Calls are usually to correct missing information on tax returns and can result in refunds on occasion.
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The caller is Access. They are a debt collector.
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ShopNBC Reauthorization Department
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Billy Howard:

keep getting calls from this number. I told them to quit calling but every week they call back...
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CA 2:

Called my 83 year old mother on her cell phone and told her she won 2.5 million dollars and a Mercedes from Publishers Clearing House.

This guy should be arrested for trying to steel from the elderly.
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Robert has called here 2xs & asks for my husband. When I say he is not available Robert sez he will call back & hangs up. He will not say why he is calling or from where. I did a call trace *57.

I did some research & here is what I found:
Prefix (516) 586- is primarily in Farmingdale, New York, and includes 1,143 phone numbers.
Area Code:
Farmingdale, NY
ZIP (primary):
Cablevision Lightpath, Inc. - Ny
Time Zone:
Eastern (10:56 am)

Calls are routed via OCN 7126 on a switch located in the Farmingdale, New York area. (Ratecenter: FARMINGDL)
200 Jericho Quadrangle
Jericho, NY 11753
United States
Founded in 1991
Mr. David Pistacchio
Age: 51
Mr. Brian Fabiano
Senior Vice President of Network Services
Ms. Robin Silverman
Chief Customer Officer and Senior Vice President
Dr. Christopher Rabii
Senior Vice President of Technical Operations
Mr. Joe Caruso
Senior Vice President of Business Planning
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Montgomery, AL:

Beware!!!! Received call from this number today. Male on the other end stating that he was calling from Medicare trying to get information about my mother. Glad I was here to intercept the call.
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This is actually a recruitment agency called 'DAV professional Placement Group'. Their internet add: www.DAV.co.za. Their address: 3rd floor, West Tower, Nelson Mandela Square, 5th street, Sandton....Their number: 011 217 0000 (jhb branch)...they have a cape town branch as well. STrange thing is, when you return the call, the lady answering the call is quite abrupt and refuses to say who called nor will she say the Company's name?? Which is not very good professional ettiquette for a surposedly reputable high end recruitment house. Other than that, i think they are legit. So this call should be received after you have submited your CV for a position that falls within their recruitment portfolio.
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Verizon Wireless
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I got the call also and called back 3 times, first person told me there were in the District Court in District of Columbia, 2nd person told me they were District Court in Texas, 3rd person told me they were District court in KY. When I asked them which district court # were they calling from, that is when they turned nasty, refused to tell me and one person told me to "look up the defination of litigation". I told her I have a different word she needs to look up and she also needs to look up the RULES for FDCPA ((Fair Debt Collection Practices Act) and when I told them to please hold while I TRANSFER THEM TO MY LOCAL COURTHOUSE, where they could go ahead and file, they hung up. I just blocked the #.
They are bottom feeding scum who are using fear tactics (ILLEGAL) and misrepresentation (ILLEGAL) to try to get people to pay for what may or may not be their debt.
Bottom line.................report them to the BBB and Even the FTC had a bulletin on the Global scam so report them again to the FTC for every phone call they make to you, DO NOT ANSWER YOUR PHONE, MAKE THEM LEAVE A VOICE MESSAGE, then let the FTC know you have the recording saved.
Come on people, who calls and tells you they are "going to file papers if you do not reply" who are reputable?
REAL lawyers just get on with it and file. Never engage them in conversation............just block, make them leave a messsage and slam the FTC website with complaints.
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I have a call from this number, i donn't know why
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I have the ATT UVERSE digital phone package and I took advantage of ATT's call block function.

You can Google the url for the ATT UVERSE website for it.

Log into your account and fill out the information needed to block their number under the "block caller" feature.

It might also be worth a try to see if your phone service offers a number blocking service, even if you don't have ATT UVERSE.

Why all phones don't come with internal number blocking features, is beyond me, such a feature should be standard.

Hope this helps someone.
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Yeah they called today offering free security systems.
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Verizon wireless
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woof woof:

Non profit -say they are shriners. call every couple of weeks
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dont know whos calling
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This number belongs to Aurora Public Schools.
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Allegedly this is a debt collector. However, this person, whose name is Josh, does not pick up his phone when you return a call.
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Recorded message about some "special offer" on carpet cleaning. If you wait through the message, you get an option to press "9" to be removed from their list. Press "9" and the line goes silent -- no confirmation is given that they have received the removal order.
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This is American Mint calling with special offers for their "preferred collectors".
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west asset management. debt collectors. calling everyone in the phone book with the same name. asked to be removed from the list. we will see.
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Icon Resources offers "instant cash" loans.

If you applied for a loan online, they are trying to contact you to offer you a loan.
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Caller left a message asking about signing up for Blue Cross & Blue Shield Medicare supplement insurance info. Never asked them for info.
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Keeps calling won't leave a message. I tried calling the # back with *67 to see if they would answer with their company name but, instead they said my name as soon as they answered. 1. Doesn't *67 work anymore and B. who are these people? It's so annoying....
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Keeps calling my cell phone during the work day and never leaves a message... I'm also located in CA anyways...
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Just got a call saying "JAMAICA" on Caller ID from number 786-385-8588, from a man that sounded like a foreign robot, saying he was from UPS? Asking if I remembered signing some paper, and that I won a car and a check for delivery today. I hung up, searched the number and found this site. Calling my carrier to make sure I don't get charged anything. Scammers!
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This is a law firm who is trying to reach the folks that lived in my current home, before I lived here. My phone number was NEVER their phone number.

I have told them TWICE that the people they seek DO NOT LIVE HERE and HAVE NOT LIVED HERE for 8 years, but they continue to call.
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Someone keeps calling but never leaves a message, creepy!
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Always just two rings....
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Left no message. Called multiple times
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I was looking for a place to rent on "forrentbyowner.com" and found a nice two-story house with 3car garage in Orlando fl, for $900 (including utilities). Called the number a few times but got no answer. The next day we recieved a text saying the house is still available and to text an email address where the rental application can be sent. We did that and after printing out the agreement to fill out I noticed there was nothing asking for a drivers license number or ss# to verify who WE were, so that seemed sketchy to me.. I then tried calling the number back, no answer. I then texted and asked if he could contact me because I wanted to go over details about to residence over the phone. He then stated that he has secured a construction saftey contract in Manchester, UK and is unable to use his NY number (347)974-2072 to make international calls. He gave us an international looking number to contact him on, but of course we are also unable to call internationally. We then went on a property-appraisal website and typed in the address of this house; come to find out it had been sold on March 15 2013 to a woman. He also sent us pictures of 'his family' after we showed concern about this being too good to be true. So basically we are convinced this is a scam given the info we researched ourselves.. If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is. Lesson learned... Beware ( :
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they won`t say who they are unless you fake that you`re the person that they`re looking for, which by then they ask a series of personal questions. They`re TCR. Toronto Credit Recovery using using a 604 number.
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Jay Yu:

Imaging Services, Inc 18543 Devonshire B=st 311 Northridge, Ca 91324 THey try to sell you the Copy machine toner making it sound like they are your current toner provider.
Do not buy from them, because, their price is about 3 times expensive. and they charge the shipping fee that you can almost pay for the machine itself.
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SPAM. If in doubt, it is spam. worthless. scam. lies. trash.
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Continual calls from this number. Never anyone there the few times I picked up. Looks like the "Do Not Call" list is a joke.
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I found an ad on Craigslist for a house for rent in Aurora, CO. The owner had a sap story about an accident/physical disability and how she had to go stay with her mother (saying this number was the text line at her mother's house) in NYC to get further treatment for her injuries. She said she lost her hearing during the accident (presumably so that I would not ask to talk to her on the phone). The name used was Kimberly Kloak (and husband Brian Kloak), email address: 7679388@gmail.com. She said she didn't want to go through a realtor because she didn't trust people. When I asked to see the place, she made the excuse that she was out of town and couldn't, but told me to go check out the exterior of the place to see if I liked it. She even went so far as to tell me to peer in the windows and then tried to send me the rental agreement. I asked her if she could send a key to a relative, friend, or old neighbor so I could look inside.

In the meantime, awaiting her response, my friend found this lady's name on FB. It is either a real, live person that the scam artist knows, or a very elaborate set-up. On the page you can see a picture of the lady, that she is married to the man she said she was, and a picture of her and her supposed sister with a ton of comments from different people offering their condolences. I wasn't concerned until she responded to the email. She said she didn't feel comfortable doing that (sending a key to a relative, friend, or former neighbor to show me the place) because she didn't really trust anyone... but then she sent me pictures of the inside of the house and told me how much I'd like the place. I flat out told her that this sounded like a scam and that I wouldn't commit to anything until I had either the keys, or a tour. She still hasn't responded, but I just checked and the link to the Craigslist ad was taken down as spam already.