Called at 7:06 PM (PST), 3 July 2008 and left a message on my home voice mail: "This is Steve Miller, if you could return the phone call, my number is 201-204-0029 again that number is 201-204-0029. Thanks."
I received a call from this number at 2:16 PM, 3 July 2008. Phone was silent for 3 to 4 seconds, then a man's voice said "sorry wrong number". The voice almost sounded automated.
I answered a call that rolled over to me. Took several seconds to respond and said, "Sorry, wrong number." I thought it was strange.
Called and left a message on company voice mail: "This is Steve Miller, if you could return the phone call, my number is 201-204-0022 again that number is 201-204-0022. Thanks."The voice mail system identified the origin as 201-204-0029.
Google finds that GSS is short for General Social Survey and that it’s one of the nation's longest running surveys of social, cultural and political indicators. See http://gss.norc.org/ The pattern of calls where they refuse to be informative when you call them fits in with opinion research or surveys."Steve Miller" of GSS is using 201-204-0022, 201-204-0023, 201-204-0024, 201-204-0025, 201-204-0026, 201-204-0027, 201-204-0028, and 201-204-0029.
Guy waited 10 seconds and then said he had the wrong number after I had ided myself. rather wierd.