978-338 Cheapest Reverse Phonecalls

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    1. Vincent says:

      called 2 days in a row. Stated he was with the US Education. BLOCKED!

    2. Leroy says:

      cash register sound, recording in spanish... argh.

    3. Lyman says:

      Did not leave message. When I called to inquire who this was they were very cagey and said something very fast about things being recorded for quality purposes. When I asked who was this, they gave me the first name of the person, but not the company or business they were affiliated with. They tried to get me to reveal who I was and what number I had . I hung up.

    4. Willie says:

      Was out and received call from 219-232-8941. Originates from Cedar Lake, IN. Don't know anyone there. They did not leave a message

    5. Kurt says:

      I hung up when the recording started.

    6. Rafael says:

      I got hustles for $200, now no number, you got onr

    7. Reggie says:

      Same as others said they are the state of California, which is a lie 210. is Texas.

    8. Julian says:

      Every day, a couple times a day, at all hours of the day/night. No message left. Obviously it's not that important. Stop calling me!!! People need to get a real job.

    9. Abe says:

      this is not a harris number contact harris here:and the email harrs@tmomail.net is not an Harris emailIf you ever have any question about an email's authenticity, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-888-340-2265, or forward the suspicious email to harris.phish@harrisbank.com.

    10. Duane says:

      This number called this morning telling me I was entitled to medical compensation due to the surgery I recently had. He said in very bad Indianese English that it was a bladder lift surgery... I had a hip replacement and nothing is wrong with my bladder. Then he started asking me if I knew anyone who has taken birth control pills in the past year. I asked him how that had anything to do with my health since I am a man. That's when I hung up on him after telling him I was not interested.

    11. August says:

      This person and I sent emails back and forth due to the face that i was job searching and she said her name was Suzette Marquette wanted me to deposit a check into my account in a large amount and i was to take 600. of that to keep for myself. I havent received the check yet but I am glad I looked her up via google and other search engines. No such person exist except a 50 yr old chef and she claimed to be a lawyer. putting this on here for other people to be cautious of it.

    12. Don says:

      Hey Pamela, not sure if you or anyone you know still smokes. But www.smoke11.com is giving away free e-cig trials. - Mike

    13. Aron says:

      Same thing happened to me, and then to my boyfriend a few minutes later. Are you THE Michael Zyda from USC?

    14. Amos says:

      first financial don't answer

    15. Lemuel says:

      Won't stop calling and they call late at night!