90201, 90239, 90240, 90241
The phone number 562-401-5940 is located in or around Los Angeles, CA. This landline number is registered with Frontier. There have been 1435 searches conducted for this number overall. There are 43 user comments, the latest received on August 4th, 2022 and it has been marked as spam 5 times. This number has a current spam score of 100%. Below you will find additional detailed information:
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This caller is Kaiser Refill Pharmacy in Downey, CA
Not spam - important message about a patient's refill being ready to pick up.
This call sends a recorded message that informs a patient their prescription is ready to be picked up at their pharmacy. Legit caller!
This is the number Kaiser Permanente uses to let us know that a mail-order prescription is on its way.
Medications ready for pick up
This is Kaiser Permanente notifying that the prescription that you ordered has been mailed.
Kaiser prescription is ready!
not a spammer
Kaiser prescription !
Automated Kaiser permanente prescription order notification for my prescription
Kaiser prescripción ? Ok
Who is this? message. From Kaiser permanente prescription 6/7/13. 11:34 am
Kaiser answer, probably important!
a legit kaiser call
It's the Kaiser Refill line. Not spam.
It is a legitimate Kaiser number. The calls can range from letting you know a refill you ordered has been mailed, a message from your doctor, the pharmacy center telling you the refill you requested can not be refilled, an appointment you need to make, etc., etc., etc. Can be anything so DO call back because after all it's in regard to keeping you in good health. =P
It's kaiser customer satisfaction survey recording-if u have this insurance or have been to their medical ctr they will call for you feedback... Not spam
Kaiser reminder for appointment.
I received this automated message identifying itself as "Kaiser" but then it asked me to enter in my medical record # and birth date. After confirming "This medical record number belongs to...Diana" but with no last name, I quickly hung up fearing it was a telephone scam looking for birth date info and the like. I haven't refilled any prescriptions recently or made any appointments. It seemed fishy.So I called Kaiser to ask if it was a legitimate number - good news: it is. It's their automated messaging center, which means that it handles a variety of call types. The operator was able to patch me through to the messaging center so I could listen to the message I missed. It turned out to be a generic "Did you know women die from cervical cancer? Please remember to make your Pap/Women's Health appointment" service reminder. Nothing to be too concerned about, and it is nice of Kaiser to call me about such things. However, in the future, I really wish they'd just send me an email or refrain from sending automated calls that sound like phone scams.
Please remove me from call list.
Its probally a privacy issue so no one can see they called in a display
This number has called me three times in the last three days, but has not left a message of any kind. I generally don't answer phone numbers I don't recognize.
great Kaiser/PMG service. Keep it going
It is Kaiser Permanante Message Center. NOT SPAM...
This is KAISER giving a Courtesy call to all Georgia members about the upcomming Free Flu Shots that they will be offering this Saturday, October 9. They are not a telemarketer and if you are not a Kaiser member and received a call from this number, they probably have your phone number in their database by mistake.
I do not have Kaiser so this is an odd call.
Just wondering why caller ID just said "California call" and not "Kaiser". I would have picked up had I known it was Kaiser. I use the mail pharmacy all the time, and they do call to tell you it has been mailed, but usually the phone calls are identified as Kaiser.
its a recording from Kaiser, they only call when you have a pharmacy item coming in the mail, to let you know its on the way. I usually get these a day after the drugs arrive lol
Thanks people. I just placed a refill order with Kaiser recently and I got this call on my cell while at work and it made me jump (my ringer was on LOUD). I muted my phone but I didn't answer, instead I promptly googled the number and landed here. I just checked the VM and it was indeed Kaiser letting me know "a prescription you recently ordered has been mailed to your address". I didn't really need a courtesy call but it's certainly not telemarketing.
I always place my prescription order to the mail order pharmacy. I think this is their courtesy call to let me know that my med is on its way.
This call, like many have already said, if to inform you that your medication has shipped and that your credit card has been charged! :)This is NOT a telemarketing call. This is a service provided by Kaiser as a COURTESY.
Thank everyone who took the time to report who the call was from. It was all I needed to know to about the call this am with no message left. I did place an on-line refill order with Kaiser 3 days ago..I am not sure why the automated message did not get left on my voice mail.The answers left on this and other sites are sometimes worth a quick search!
Call was from Kaiser, letting me know that my medication was shipped. And left a voice message.
The point of Kaiser's calls from this number is inform that a prescription has been mailed, as requested. This allows the recipient to know when to expect the prescription and also helps prevent loss of prescriptions in areas where mailbox theft occurs. It's an automated call. For me delivery by mail is always my preference. Amazingly, more often than not, when I request a refill on Kaiser's pharmacy website before noon on Saturday, it arrives with the noon mail on Monday, only 50 hours later! Is it perhaps the case that all pharmacies are now legally bound to inform whenever prescription medications have delivered been mailed? It seems likely and wise.
i received a call from this number just to let me know my prescription was in the mail. I love not having to drive to a pharmacy I'm so busy and my meds come straight to my home.
I got a call from Kaiser Pharmacy (5/12/08) and when I asked to be removed from their call list I was rudely told "No, I will not take you off our list!" I wish I had asked to speak to a supervisor, but I hung up.