I didn't pick up maybe if I pretend to be invisible they will leave me alone so I can go back to living life like in the old days where people called and I would answer~
Say yes scammer
Lady pretends to have a problem with her earphone, but it is a recording. They drive me crazy. I called back and there was a recording that said if you want your name removed, press 9. We'll see what happens
The 3 different ladies tried to get me to buy trips to Cancun-Disney-Daytona for 90 minute time share visits...started price at $798 then $598 and then $398 asking for my credit card info ...
This is likely one of the "Say Yes" scammers. The recorded message now talks about some sort of expired warranty and asks you if you wish to hear your options. Most people will say "Yes. " They have now recorded your voice saying yes and will use that to commit you to purchases or services that you neither want, need nor know about. This is a dangerous scam. BEWARE!
Has called multiple times in the past few days. Every time it is the same recording made to sound like a live person.
Says nothing, then hung up. Looked number up, people report "can you hear me" scammer. Coming out of Columbus Ohio.
Called my number and hung up me immediately. Scammer!
Recording talking about a resort you may have stayed at. The recording is designed to sound like a real person is speaking. This is a scam!