Collect call from this number. I didn't hear the details, as I was switching hands, but when they said that I would have to establish an account to accept a collect call from this account, I hung up without comment.
The calls received from this number are coming from an inmate. So somebody you know is in jail and they are trying to contact you. Doesn't matter what state correctional institute they are in.
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Mine came from Texas they need to tell the name of the inmate
System that allows inmates to make collect calls ...won't work with cells AND it rips you a new one!
Mine said sc correctional...i didnt answer it
i don't know who it is, but i hope they would stop calling me 8:00 in the morning.
this number comes from greenville county jail in sc from a jordan bishop using the name anthony smith
this is coming from a jordan bishop in the greenville county jail
WHO IS CALLING ME FROM THIS NUMBER
Wan't to know who called
I suggest before you respond to their calls even if it from family or friends you research what you're getting yourself into. Their track record for customer abuse is horrible. Google "Global Tel Link + complaints" at the horror stories. Prime example is putting $25.00 on your credit card for supposively 5 to 7 five minute collect calls from an inmate and get only one ten minute call for your twenty five dollars to be charged off. Oh and once the Inmate makes a collect call to you, it won't let you accept the call, it tells you to set up a credit card account first and if you don't accept the call or aren't there to pickup; evidentally it rolls over to a computerized recall system harassing you to death to setup an account. They call your prepaid cell phone number, prepared to get screwed in losing time. And computerized calls in this State are illegal to begin with.Caller ID: Usually blank or only the #Caller: Global Tel*LinkCaller Type: Commercial
I got a call today from this number so i didn't pick it up since i never heard of them before.
Leaves recorded message from Pennsylvania state prison.