Phone Listings From Area Code 305-885 State Of Florida

  • Area Code : 305-885
  • Phone Type : Landline
  • Phone Company : Bellsouth Telecomm Inc Dba...
  • Country: USA - United States
  • City: Hialeah
  • County: MiamiDade



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August 17 3:01 am
Got a call at my auto shop asked if I worked on German and Japanese vehicles I get solicited all the time and this seemed fishy just hung up on him...

July 11 4:22 pm
HSBC is a TERRIBLE Corporation; BRITISH. They were a prime player in the sub-prime mortgage meltdown SCAM. This was as much deliberate and evil as these phone scammers. Good luck catching them. The Justice Department (Feds) recently settled with them over the mortgage SCAM for simply $1.9 million in FINES; a mere fraction of the BILLIONS they STOLE in that scam, and NOBODY even went to prison. This is so-called justice. Meanwhile, millions are homeless, thanks to them.This number is obviously SPOOFED, and is likely tied to just one or two major call centers in INDIA or PAKISTAN that have been FED Americans PERSONAL information including NAMES, ADDRESSES, PHONE NUMBERS, SS#s, DOBs and more. Its amazing any of us have ANYTHING left in our bank accounts as these thieves are trying DAILY to steal every last nickel and dime we have.Suspect these calls are related to similar calls/scams from the following numbers:904-280-3051661-748-0240210-526-6628312-614-1419404-610-3761 and, of course, the classicOUT-OF-AREA with no number displayed, similar to the all zeros.And these are just a FEW of the numbers who have called in the last few WEEKS.All of these numbers (and many more) have been running all kinds of SCAMS, including: - Free cruises/vacations (for just a small tax/fee, of course, on your CREDIT CARD) ((PHISHING) - Debt Consolidation (IDENTITY THEFT) - Interest Reduction (CREDIT CARD PHISHING) - Phony Charities - Veterans, Cancer (Breast, Childrens,& others) Animals, Women, Children, etc. (CREDIT CARD PHISHING) - Medic Alert bracelets/Medical Claims (IDENTITY THEFT/ INSURANCE COVERAGE THEFT) - Job Openings (IDENTITY THEFT; info for future scamming) - Home Security Systems (CREDIT CARD PHISHING) - Health Care Policies (PHONY. IDENTITY THEFT and CREDIT CARD PHISHING) - Debt Collection (CREDIT and DEBIT CARD PHISHING) - Fixing your computer/removing a virus (INFORMATION THEFT/IDENTITY THEFT/FINANCIAL THEFT)and Im sure there is MORE.The bottom line is DO NOT ANSWER NUMBERS YOU DO NOT RECOGNIZE NOR ENGAGE WITH UNKNOWN or ABUSIVE or THREATENING CALLERS. Let ALL these calls go to answering machine or voicemail, OR, if you are confident they are spam, pick up/hang up to break the call and confuse the robodialers. Purchase or download a CALL BLOCKING system if you can, and BLOCK as many numbers as possible. Do NOT give out your private cell numbers to companies or anyone without a real, valid, important need to know.Most of our spam calls occur on our longtime, published and often given out landline. Our THREE PRIVATE, unpublished cells RARELY get spam *AND* our unpublished business line almost never gets spam. I *REFUSE* to give VERIZON, our landline carrier, a cell number as an alternate in case we cannot reach you on your home phone. I KNOW THEY SELL OUR PHONE NUMBERS and OTHER INFORMATION.Case in point: I had the number/frequency of these calls tamped down to 2-3 weekly; sometimes less than 6 monthly. THEN we went on vacation using CHOICE HOTELS, INC. Had to give our Name, Address and HOME PHONE NUMBER each time we checked in - which was about 10 different times on this trip. BEFORE WE EVEN GOT BACK HOME, the SPAM CALLS had started up again and were soon up to 6 DAILY. I have spent the last FIVE WEEKS doing the hang up method to these calls, and blocking numbers (all of the above) earnestly.Hopes this helps, people. STAY SAFE. The FEWER of us who FALL for these SCAMS, the less they will attempt them.

July 2 11:49 am
Go to www.Google.com/voice. Sign into your Google account. All of Googles products are now unified, so you will use the same username and password you use for Gmail. If you do not use any Google products currently, then you will want to create a Google account. Go to accounts.google.com/NewAccount to enter your information and sign up.2Wait for the prompt on the Google.com/voice site that says Set up your Google Voice Number. If the prompt does not appear, click on the link that says Get a Google Voice Number on the left hand side of the page.Click on the I want a new number button in the first set up prompt. You have the option to set up the Google Voice account with your mobile phone number. That will keep you from being able to use some of Google Voices features. You can always use your Google Voice number in conjunction with your mobile phone number.2Enter your zip code or area code to find an available local number. Click Next. If no phone numbers are available, enter a nearby zip code. Some large metropolitan areas do not have local phone numbers available. If you are starting a Google Voice account in order to make free phone calls within the US or Canada, you can choose a phone in the zip code where your most-called family members or friends live. People who use land lines can call your Google Voice number free of charge, and it will ring on your cell phone number.3Choose your number from a list of numbers when you find a zip code with available phone numbers. Click on the circle next to the number and choose Continue. Remember that you must pay to switch your number in the future, so choose well.4Enter a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access your phone number. Write down the number or make sure you can remember it.You have to have Gmail, Google Talk, and Google Voice. You should be offered a chance to get a local phone number during one of the set up processes, I always have and I have done it several times. I like it. You can have it forwarded to your cell phone, landline, or multiple phones as long as your provider will allow it. I save money on prepaid cell phones, texting by doing it through my PC when Im at home. I just use a $15 headset with a mic, or a USB phone which cost me about 20 bucks. Occasionally the voice quality isnt perfect (especially if you have an older PC and/or you are using a lot of processor power at the moment. Plus I dont have to give out my real number and can screen my calls. This is nice because I use Craigslist a lot. Try using Firefox instead of chrome. I had trouble with chrome too. With Firefox you just have to install a plugin and your off and running.Also, The number in question here is most likely one of several default numbers Google uses if you havent gotten your own number.Good luck



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