Phone Listings From Area Code 701-756 State Of North Dakota

  • Area Code : 701-756
  • Phone Type : Landline
  • Phone Company : Srt Communications, Inc.
  • Country: USA - United States
  • City: Mohall
  • County: Renville



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Latest Comments for 701-756

August 25 11:50 pm
No, you must be another shill for these SCAMMERS. It is illegal to threaten people with service of court summons (if the caller doesnt intend to sue or doesnt have the legal right to sue). No one here said anything about owing money. And again, per federal law, debt collectors MUST MAIL proof of debt/proof they have the legal right to collect said debt. Refusal to do this, refusal to give their verifiable street address just confirms that these are scammers. People should pay their debts - but only to those who comply with federal debt collection laws and who provide the written documentation required by law. Extortion Scam Related to Delinquent Payday LoansWashington, D.C.December 07, 2010 FBI National Press Office(202) 324-3691 filed under: Press ReleaseThe Internet Crime Complaint Center has received many complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams. Callers claim the victim is delinquent in a payday loan and must repay the loan to avoid legal consequences. The callers purport to be representatives of the FBI, Federal Legislative Department, various law firms, or other legitimate-sounding agencies. They claim to be collecting debts for companies such as United Cash Advance, U.S. Cash Advance, U.S. Cash Net, and other Internet check-cashing services.According to complaints received from the public, the callers have accurate data about victims, including Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, employer information, bank account numbers, and the names and telephone numbers of relatives and friends. How the fraudsters obtained the personal information varies, but in some cases victims have reported they completed online applications for other loans or credit cards before the calls started.The fraudsters relentlessly call the victims home, cell phone, and place of employment. They refuse to provide any details about the alleged payday loans and become abusive when questioned. The callers have threatened victims with legal actions, arrests, and, in some cases, physical violence if they do not pay. In many cases, the callers harass victims relatives, friends, and employers.*To File complaints FDCPA/TCPA violations:Your State Attorney GeneralTheir State Attorney generalFor Extortion Scam Operations, File reports with the FBI, your state attorney general and Department Of Justice,CFB,FTC & FCC..

August 6 10:38 pm
Also got a message from this number claiming to be from the IRS - that they had been trying to contact us and this was their final notice - that the IRS was filing a lawsuit against us.

July 8 11:15 am
Got a call at late night of 3/10/13.No message.

August 10 10:24 pm
Any number coming up unknown, out of area, unidentified, or in my case on my cel have been getting 000-000-0. I have first hand knowledge as to what causes this as for 13 years I worked at various call center offices starting with Telemarketing.. anytime an autodialer makes calls there are at least 100 individual phone lines running through this machine.. so not one phone is calling you its several hundred.. what happens is when you pick up your phone.. it gets routed to any available agent on the call center floor at any various computer terminal.. where I live we have fairly small call centers averaging about 200-400 people.. some places can have thousands.. so this will explain why someone may not answer RIGHT AWAY when you pick up.. also a clear indicator this is a company calling or a robocall.. a lot of important notices from your state government will come through robocalls but these also tend to have a number originating from your area or your states capital. If anyone is calling you directly that you do not know there are only two possibilities.. 1. they are looking to get new business from you. 2. they are trying to collect on an old debt. thats it.. most people calling you cannot give a direct number because they do not have one.. they may have a front office/secretary line.. a managers line etc.. best way to get off a list is be very insistant on asking for a manager.. usually though if theyre calling YOU your not an existing customer and they WILL hang up on you and someone ELSE will be the one calling you back.. now Ive done inbound work for DTV and AT&T its different when your a customer calling in on your account.. if an agent is refusing to give you their manager theyre being a dick and can get fired easily if anyone pulls up a recording of this call.. all calls are recorded but most are never listened to unless something raises a red flag to management. otherwise calls are randomly selected each month usually out of the 100s and 1000s of calls we take in a given month about 12 are listened to on avg. when someone is calling you keep in mind this was the most entry level job they could get quickly and easily.. they probably really need that [***] job.. dont have to be a dick.. just hang up..now if you get one person harrassing you thats another story.. call the local authorities.. who can then monitor your incoming calls and they have a way of originating where these calls come from and can then take further action if it becomes something along the lines of harrassment or any kind of threatening language comes up.

August 26 12:27 am
My state has told me that there is nothing they can do to stop the calls from those who choose to ignore the list. They suggest I notify the Feds. Feds said the same thing. I just block the calls or actually have fun with them sometimes, letting them think they have me sold on whatever it is they are selling/peddling or whatever, then give them bogus information. Dont get mad folks.get even.

August 23 4:02 am
This afternoon, I got a call from a gentleman who identified himself as Mike ORiley from SNB Processing. His # on my Caller ID was 720-544-7880. He sounded very professional and stated that my name came up because someone was about to file a lawsuit against me in a federal court. He then proceeded to give the # of the law firm (1-866-252-3492) that handles that lawsuit and a case # (DR5006). I called this # and the receptionist picked up. I asked what firm I reached, she replied R&J Consulting Firm. I asked her what kind of firm that was, and she told it me it was a LAW FIRM and asked for my case #. I gave her my case # and she transferred me to some guy who immediately asked me for my name and Social Security # to verify that he is speaking to the right person because this is a highly sensitive matter. I told him there is NO WAY I am giving him my SSN, to which he replied, then were going to file a case against you and hung up! I then called Michael ORiley abck to see if this was a working # and he picked up! I told him I am about to file a case with Attorney General, and he said, Good luck with that and hung up. SCAM SCAM SCAM! Report both #s if you hear from either of them!



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