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Nobody said anything, I just hung up.
Asked to be put on DNC list. They hung up.
Called me to tell me I won a cruise. Scam/SPAM.
I got a phone call yesterday with a different number did not answer and now got a call from this number.. again did not answer
Just want to let people know that I found this profile on Facebook with phone numbers from Portfolio Recovery... http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002620651512 and when Googled the email address I found this link.... http://flakelist.org/page/viewpub/tid/1/pid/5113 ... just be careful when dealing with these people... it might be a scam.
I've received 2 calls from this number, whoever it is wouldn't leave a message. The second time they called, I answered and there was no one on the other end, or they just refused to talk. I tried to call the number back and got a recording that said the number is no longer in service. So, if the number isn't in service, how can it make calls?