A Voyage to the Annoyed World of Harassing Nuisance Callers – The USA’s Most Wanted Spam and Scam Telephone Numbers


As time slips by and seconds turn to hours in merely an heartbeat, days and weeks and months predetermined by routine, the reason for nuisance calls vanish into oblivion and the only notion remaining is annoyance – annoyance en masse. Although time may heal many wounds, dozens of small, even tiny, wounds every day will bleed even the strongest aurochs dry – given time. Hence, deny them time and share your experience with the world:

Amanda says.

They are calling my phone 5 or 6 times a day. Same guy/same company I asked them to put me on their do not call list and he hung up on me..

1. 2532468514 From Tacoma/Washington with a tellows score of 6

2. 3233319189 From Los Angeles with a tellows score of 8

3. 9712201003 From Oregon with a tellows score of 8

First place goes to an yet to be identified caller from Tacoma/Washington. According to the statistics the search requests grow continuously due a balanced activity in April. The Second caller claims that there are legal charges set against you. This numbers activity increased by the end of april. The last number belongs to telemarketer trying to sell home security systems.

Deanna warns:

This number first called my cell phone and said something about “do not ignore this call. There are legal charges pending against you.” I disregarded it, then they called my work! I called them back, and this guy said I had an unpaid cash advance loan for over $3,000, that someone would come to my work (they knew they name and address of my employer and my bank!) and arrest me in the next 2 hours if I didn’t pay the loan. First I freaked out and asked how I could prevent it. The guy then said, “Well, it could be that the legal proceedings could be avoided if you pay $609 today.” This sounded weird to me, so I said I was calling the police to verify this information. Then the guy got nasty with me and said, “Go ahead. I wish you luck as this situation unfolds.” I called the police, described the situation, and the police officer said, “You can’t be arrested for a debt. That’s a civil matter.” I asked her if it was a scam, and she said yes. I had to contact my cell phone provider to have their number blocked, and I reported it to my manager at work, too. These people are terrible!

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