(347) 224-0786

located: United States, Jamaica - NY

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Report by R Long ago Unknown
Same as others here.  GRRRR.
Report by Tom Long ago Unknown
Received unsolicited spam text from this number: "Apple is looking for people to Test * Keep the New iPad3! But only the 1st 1000 users that goto (URL) and enter code BETA will Receive it!"
Report by Torri Long ago Unknown
Test an iPad 3 I don't appreciate junk on my private number. I don't sign up for junk and don't appreciate it. At all.

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My caller ID lists 1-770-612-7052 as Nationwide Credit. A male from this company has called my number 6 times. The first 2 times he got my answering machine and didn't leave a message.  The next 2 calls he hung up when I answered. During the fifth call I picked up the phone and didn't say anything for a while and then I said, "Who are you calling?"  A male said, "Caudral (sounded like--spelling?) L. Scott".  I said, There's no one here by that name." I just got a 6th call today and again got hung up on when I answered. Credit agencies can only communicate with a third party once to locate someone so this constitutes harassment--see Fair Debt Collection Practices Act under 804.3.

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BEWARE OF THIS COMPANY. SEE INFO ABOUT SETTLEMENT MADE IN 1998:Nationwide Credit, Inc., of Atlanta, Georgia, has agreed to pay a $1 million civil penalty as part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission to resolve allegations that the company violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The $1 million civil penalty is the largest ever in a debt collection case. According to the FTC, Nationwide's debt collectors harassed consumers, made false and misleading representations, failed to send required validation notices, failed to verify debts when requested to do so by consumers, and made impermissible third party contacts regarding consumers' debts. Many of these allegations are the same as charges the FTC made against Nationwide in 1992. The consent filed in 1992 also prohibited violations of the FDCPA and required Nationwide to pay a $100,000 civil penalty.

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This number just called me, I answered and said "hello" and all they did was say "hellooooooo" and hung up.

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Called at work asking for some guy not at this number and then asking me for my name after I informed caller that he had wrong number.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
I called the 800 number. If you follow the instructions you will get nowhere.  I punched in ext 101 and got "Michelle". After she told me they were legit, operating within the law, etc, I asked to be removed and she claimed it would be done.  I will reply to this site if that does not happen.Because they are not selling anything (right, just getting leads for others to sell), they claim they do not have to abide by the DNC list.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
They work several different contracts.   I received a call today from this number.  They represented Dealerscop Magazine.  website is dealerscope.com I called this magazine and confirmed they have a call center out of Colorado.   Nothing shady so far.  Free magazines, no hidden fees, charges etc.  I will let everyone know if I start getting any bills.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Thank you so much. I have filed a complaint with the FCC online which I recommend everyone do. They have been calling my number about 6 times today.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
dig this site, great to have this resource.  thanks!

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
They might be legit, but I do not have any magazine subscriptions and they called my cell phone number. Not happy about that.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
In addition to my previous comments, I called Aspen back this afternoon and their message makes it clear that they don't want to recieve calls from anyone they are calling; the only feedback route they offer is to leave a message to have your phone number removed from their list and they request your name and phone number to do so. My name is not needed and I don't trust them to handle my informaiton at all. We'll see if they follow through of if I get more calls.

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
It IS illegal, however, when a telemarketer calls a number that does not belong to the subscriber (IE a work mobile) AND is listed on the federal do not call list.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
I understand that it is a legitimate business, however, you make it sound like the calls are directly related to an interaction that I have had with Aspen.  The problem is that I HAVEN'T had any interaction with this company, I don't have any magazine subscriptions, nor do I want to have any.  Thus my next question is, where did they get my phone number from and why are they wanting to give me a free subscription?  It's frustrating when you receive the calls and no one bothers to leave a message.  If it's a legitimate business with a legitimate reason for calling, then the individual representative should have no trouble leaving a voice mail message.  As for calling the number back and requesting to be added to their DNC list - I'm not going to confirm that my phone number is valid so that they can proceed to sell it to every more "marketing" companies for a profit.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
I'm getting a call EVERY MORNING, and they DO NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE. So if they want to talk, why not just leave a message and let me decide to call back?But no.They just keep trying to BOTHER ME.WTF kind of business is that?I'm going to have to write up some *online reviews elsewhere about Aspen Media.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
When my phone number is on the Do Not Call list they have *no business* calling me. and calling me at nearly 9pm and never leaving a message? I call that a scammer.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
You ARE breaking the law if the recipient of your call has put their number on the do not call list!  Spin it any way you want, but the law is the law.  It's nice that you have a job and all--just don't call me unless you want an extended stay in the Graybar Inn & Showers.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Marie said, "Aspen is a legitimate call center/market research firm. This is REALLY what they do. I work for a trade publisher and have worked with Aspen. We make calls to numbers provided by subscribers for use in subscription maintenance. We follow all the laws and rules, as does Aspen. I DO NOT work for Aspen but I have done a lot of professional research on them (as part of my job) and they really are on the up and up."Well... if this is the case, tell me why -- when I answered the call -- they hung up on me (after only 2 rings).  We have relatives in Boulder who are all experiencing a pending death in the family.  That is the only reason I answered.  These Aspen people should be jailed for hanging up on people.  Legitimate?  Hell no!  Aspen is about as illegitimate as they come, in my eyes.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Actually, you're wrong when you say telemarketing can be annoying, but the mere fact of receiving a call doesn't mean that the firm calling you is breaking a law."  Actually, telemarketing IS anoying, and if the number is on the DNC list, unless you have specifically asked for contact, you are in fact, breaking the law by calling.  It is your responsibility to do what needs to be done to remove anyone on that from your calling list."Some companies...use receptionist/front desk numbers and these numbers can be on for multiple employees in the same building. So it can get a little nuts for the person answering the phone"; Once the owner has told the receptionist not to process the call through, your decision to "trying to stagger calls to a single office over a number of days or weeks. "  is improper.  Telemarking is using someone's business/personal phone to solicit.  Which, unless they are very strange, is NOT why they got the phone to begin with.  Once you are told no, then no is no;there is no reason for staggering if you've already been told no.  So please don't try to justify continued harassment.  At my company, no means none, no matter how insistent the caller may be.  You will never get past my receptionist unless you are on the list of people to put through.  You see, when I need something, I research it and get it, not wait until some telemarketer might call me and offer something.  She has been provided with w/a metal whistle in case people use obscene or profane language, or begin harassment of any type.  As it is my phone, I'll be deciding when that is, not the oh-so-earnest caller who is just assuming we would PREFER to be contacted during our working hours so we can listen to your spiel, peddling whatever it is you have to sell.  So, Aspen, and whoever; learn your lesson.  Once you've been told no, believe it.  If you're being paid by the hour, then devote your time to calling  those who "PREFER" your calls.  Really, I can't believe there are many out there, but I'm sure you feel there are.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Actually, "Marie"  or is that "Peggy?"  In spite of your self serving whining about how you are not doing anything wrong, you need to get your facts straight.  Telemaketing is covered by federal law.  Anyone on the DNC list cannot be contacted except in very few cases.  Which would mean that your company would have to subscribe to the list, and manually remove everyone on it.  Then, you would be able to add back anyone you have an "existing" business relationship with,  or who has personally requested that you contact them.  So, your calls indicate that you are not following the letter or the spirit of the law.  Therefore, I personally will never do business with you, as I don't do business with law breakers.  I know that if I want something, I research on it and get it.  I do not sit by the phone hoping someone I don't know will call me and offer it to me.  So, you are paying for people and equipment who are not serving your purpose, which is to solicit business.  Not a very good way to run that business, don't you agree?  Yet another reason why I'd never do business with you.   Wasting money bothering people who aren't interested in what you have to offer is counterproductive.  So, take your whining and save it.  If  I don't like what I hear, I will take my complaining to the person who is wasting my time and tying up my personal phone line, for which I pay monthy, and is for my use, not yours or any company you supposedly do business with.    Since I do not wish to be solicited by anyone who I don't have an exisitng relationship, then I will respond as strongly as possible on the initial contact to indicate my displeasure; I may never even know who is the initiating company, since as soon as they ask for the "homeowner", "business owner" or "manager" I know they are not our business partners.  In which case, whoever is on the other end will get a blast from an air horn, and then a suggestion that they NOT illegally contact me again.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
NOT, when you have opted out!!! This is outright abuse and I will be reporting them!Telemarketing IS illegal when you are no-call lists all over the place!

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
Still don't want to get calls from them on Sunday evenings!  Repeatedly... on the same day...  not leaving messages.

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
Hogwash!  I listed my number on the National Do Not Call Registry 4 months ago.  I haven't listed this number on any form, business, or website.  I'm getting calls from them trying to upsell which is a direct violation of law. And you're claiming this is legal and 'legitimate'?Also, you're spouting total garbage regarding the favorability of telemarketing.  Studies have shown have shown over 95% negative response to telemarketing.  Telemarketers measure their success in calls per hour because their response rates are way to low to calculate in terms of a percent.  Telemarketing response rates are way lower than what direct mailers see (and 85% to over 99% of it is thrown in thetrash).  The problem is that the call costs virtually nothing and the return is large.  I guarantee you that there is no data that shows that the majority of people approve of this channel.If this is a 'legitimate' firm - it's time the laws are made much stricter.  Clearly these 'legimated' firms aren't abiding by the law.  These are organizations that believe it's 'legitimate' to disturb 300 people to make a single sale.I'm personally sick and tired of having to tell dozens of lawbreakers a year to remove me from their list.

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
If you call them, they have a legal message claiming to not be regulated by the Do Not Call List because they are "not telemarketers". So they consider their telemarketing to be something else. I encourage everyone to report them to the Federal Trade Commission and  and shut them down.Also report them for the violation of altering their caller ID and removing the name which violates the laws Obama signed into law in January 2011.They are telemarketers trying to act nice and break the law politely. REPORT THEM. They are using your personal information for profit and need to be made a example of.

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
If a person is on the federal and state do not call list and they call you. It is a crime. It specifically states that in the law. I will report them to the federal and state trade commission.  I have had no business with them at all and they have no right to disturb me. It is not my responsibility to make them obey the law. They are required to monitor and obey the Do Not Call List, Not a opt out list and I do not have to investigate their client and contact them.No matter how nice they are, this is sleezy marketing.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Will that's nice to hear that they follow all the laws. Then why are they calling me when I'm on the federal DO NOT CALL LIST! So, They are not as great as you make them out to be! I really do not care about all the reasons you listed, they are NOT SUPPOSE TO CALL ME, PERIOD! I do not have any subscriptions to anything, nor have I stopped any, so they have no reason to call me. So take your bandwagon somewhere else! I'm tried of interrupting my day to go see who's calling and find out I wasted my time because it's some darn company trying to make a living off the rest of us!

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
So tell your company to stop calling people who are on the Do Not Call list.  I am, and I just got a call.  If I'm on that list, I shouldn't have to answer and tell you to stop calling me in order for you to obey the law.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
call back the number listen to the prompts, i think it was #8, it was the supervisor!! tell them u r on the national do not call list !!!!! it worked for me!   :)

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
I have received 17 calls from Aspen media. The first call they said they were calling on behalf of PG&E. Of course it was all nonsense . The first caller was a smart mouth. I called them back after the 17th call and was told that they are NOT recognized nor do they comply with the National do not call list. I also called PG&E and was told they have had several calls concerning this company. Bottom line they just wanted to sell me magazines. SO Marie you may THINK you have all the knowledge but I think you are a ringer . I have put in a complaint with The Boulder BBB. People beware they told me that they can grab a ton of your info right from the internet.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
All of you, especially those of you are getting cals and text messages on your cell phone, need to file a complaint with the FCC; one complaint may do nothing but many will...there is strength in numbers. Here's the link: https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx?panel=2

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Yea, right Marie.   They pester me by sending me text messages on my cell phone AND calling my cell phone about one a day.   There is nothing nice about people who harass you day in a day out with recorded messages and phone calls.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Marie, I find it extremely hard to believe that anyone "PREFERS" you calling and harrassing them. You know if I want a product, I will go to the store and buy it or search online and order it. I do not need telemarketers calling at all hours of the day trying to push their crappy products that I do not want on me. Market research my butt- it is just another ploy to get your personal information so they can sell it to other bottom feeders. I can not for the life of me understand why anyone would want to work as a telemarketer.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Ok Marie:I am making a complaint regarding Aspen Media to your Trade publisher.  I sent Aspen Media and Marketing a WRITTEN Faxed Notice, to stop calling me.  The fax was confirmed as having gone through, which is my confirmation they received my request.The calls are continuing anyway.Thank you

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Well, I said they'd given up on the trade mag front. I was wrong; they are back at it again, asking for a guy they have been told SEVERAL TIMES- HE'S NOT HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But of course, Aspen does not take "no" for an answer.I will continue to put you jerks on hold until you hang up.  If you want to waste my time, I can surely return the favor.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Aspen has been calling our office for almost 3 years now.  At first it was for a crappy trade mag that the recipient never read- they just piled on his desk cuz he's rarely at this office.  I would tell Aspen's minions this every time they called, so they'd try to get another number for him or get me to renew it for him or give them a new name to send the magazine to (boy do they try to sucker receptionists!). After a year of this, they finally gave up on the trade mag front.  Then they moved onto the posters scam (they sell compliance posters that you can get for free from the gov). They usually hang up when I explain that we are aware these posters are free and don't need to pay anyone for them.  They hang up when I ask them to stop calling.  They hang up when we say we aren't interested.  They hang up if I ask who is calling.  Their crappy autodialer hangs up more than their minions though, which is also illegal.  Dropped calls are regulated, no matter why the telemarketer is calling.Respectable companies do not harrass people into becoming customers, even if we did do any sort of business over the phone.Aspen usually calls us through a Cascade Callworks call center at 360.892.6151

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Amen!

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
It may very well be a legitimate company, but then why am I getting repeated phone calls to my private unlisted HOME phone number?

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
I think you should probably start with GETTING A LIFE lady. You actually worry about making sure that they teach " their telemarketers" to be polite " even when the other person is rude". Why? If its not you on the other end why would you care? You sit around all day and hope that they take a trashing from rude subscribers but still have to be "polite"? geez, your life must be so exciting and by the way your comments evince your brain is the size of a peanut.

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Aspen Media Market and other Market Groups.  I don't mind receiving calls from Market Groups if they are polite; but most are not.  They are pushy and extremely rude.  I get a call every day for a week at the same time, I answer the phone, and then I get a hang up. You'd think they'd have the problem solved by now but instead they say they were most likely trying to send us a free subscription.  So I called the number and got the Aspen Media Market, who are very polite.  I explained what was going on and they said that they have a problem with their phone system but a week??  This is crazy!  But at least they were nice.  I like nice; hate rude people.  So companies may be legitimate but they could try being nice for a change and teach their telemarketers how to be polite regardless of how rude the person is at the other end.  They are the ones representing the company they work for and once a bad taste about a company, you never forget!

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
Just responding to the first post here. :)Aspen is a legitimate call center/market research firm. This is REALLY what they do. I work for a trade publisher and have worked with Aspen. We make calls to numbers provided by subscribers for use in subscription maintenance. We follow all the laws and rules, as does Aspen. I DO NOT work for Aspen but I have done a lot of professional research on them (as part of my job) and they really are on the up and up.Telemarketing can be annoying, but the mere fact of receiving a call doesn't mean that the firm calling you is breaking a law.You are right that once you ask to be removed/opted out/unsubscribed/etc., this request must/should be honored. Some companies though use receptionist/front desk numbers and these numbers can be on for multiple employees in the same building. So it can get a little nuts for the person answering the phone. How *we* address it is by trying to stagger calls to a single office over a number of days or weeks. Telemarketing *is* annoying to many people, but in our business, many of our subscribers PREFER it (meaning they respond to it well). If you don't like what you are hearing, complain to the source (the magazine doing the calling, etc.), where you are most likely to get a response. TFR

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70 Report Long ago Unknown
It was "Aspen Media and Market Research". They wanted to give me a free subscription to a magazine. I was not interested. Boulder Office5505 Central AvenueBoulder, CO 80301Tel: (303) 786-9500Toll-free: (800) 853-2240Fax: (303) 447-9029Cheyenne Office5801 Yellowstone, #100Cheyenne, WY 82009Tel: (307) 433-8398Fax: (307) 433-8403

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craig. frequent client of escorts. Seattle area

949-748-8416

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Yeah, same....filled out information on their website to look at some foreclosures in Chicago, but didnt want to pay the $60 membership fee...my guess is they are calling to try and talk me into it...

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Have called once so far, nothing on the line. Annoying.

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Have called and hung up twice in the last two days. Very annoying

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THEY KEEP CALLING ME AND I'M ON THE dncl, HAVE NOT BEEN LOOKING AT HOMES ONLINE AND AM NOT IN FORECLOSURE.

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I too looked online for a home, did the free trial.. opted out after seeing how much a month they wanted, but like you said They had my number already and even thought I check do not call.. they keep calling (1 day later as yourself.. but they only let it ring once and hang-up.. weird, but hey.. no use getting anrgy over it!!)

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The people that call u when u check i dont want a agent to call me back are not agents. u people are dumb. hahahahaha. why dont u listen to what they have to say

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Same thing happened to me.  I am ignoring the calls as well.  As a rule, I do not answer my phone if I do not recognize the number.

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RealtyTrac is an online service for searching MLS listings and foreclosures around the country.  They are not skirting the DNCR; they're calling you after you completed business with them or a partner site.  If you've looked at a house recently online through MLS, you probably gave them or a partner site your information.  They have a 7-day free trial, according to the website that I went to.  I decided I didn't need it yet, and I don't want to pay $50 a month until I buy my house to use it.  The pay screen was a second screen, so they already got my contact info submitted, which included my number.  However, I did select that I did not want a realtor to call me, so it's a bit fishy that I got a call today (the day after I submitted the info).Just ignore or block if you don't want a call from them.

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I called them back and it's realtytrac.  They said "we use headsets and can't always hear."  It's a way a round DNCR as technically it's a computer that's calling and not a person.Very bad practice!

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They keep calling and leaving no message. IDK if they called before with their number blocked or private. However in my voicemail I state I do not answer those types of numbers.

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They called my house just now, no-one said a word.  I called the number back and it said they were Realty Track, a place for homeowners and investors.  Just another bothersome sales call when I am on the DO NOT CALL list.  I will use my call blocker to keep their next call out.

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Its a 949 area code but its coming from Irvine. Must be on the border towards Newport Beach if it is.

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What I started doing with these unknown was answering and screaming into the phone or blasting music or just answer and let it sit until they hang up. Trust me... they give up after hearing that a couple of times.

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Its a real estate office / company. You must have been looking at homes online.

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Sounds like a scam to me

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Its not a scam. LoL. They offer listings for foreclosure property for 49.95 a month or a free service in which they set u up with a agent that can help you find property and send u listing from their site.

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Big Scam.

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Just called me and no message.

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Called my cell 4 times today and did not leave message. Unknown

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called at 9:57 on my cell phone - did not answer - they did not leave message

876-299-6387

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No one answered when I picked up

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I just received a call from this number stating that I had just won the Mega-Million lottery worth $450,000.  After a brief conversation without me giving out any pertinent information, I was told all I had to do was send a $350 check to receive my prize.

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say I won money....

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just got the call, the fella said he was from the tri state mega bite & that i had won  a hundred grand & a new car. I ask how he got my number, He said it was random pick. Just go to wal-mart & send 108.00 dollars  to get my stamps needed for the IRS , customs. the insurance was paid for a year,with  6 months gas included. I told him it was a scam. but ohno he said i would have the controll number from wal-mart & could get my money back if the car & cash didnt show up. SCAM!! I told him to take the 108.00 from the 100 grand. he couldnt do that. the 108.00 was for the stamps i needed to claim my $$$ & Car. Again SCAM. he said his name was Jeremy. also could hear the kids & chickens in background

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someone called my house from a 914 and the rest of the number was blank. also they had an unknown title

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Was called just a few minutes ago.   They left a voicemail saying it was urgent that I call them because they need to deliver a package to me today.  Told me to call Jay Robinson ... heard roosters in the background.

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area code 876 is - Jamaica

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Recieved call the same as bryan...i posted my replyI just got the same call...could hear the birds in the background as well.  Except I won 3 Million and only had to send $28....oh his name is now james anderson, but his boss is brad white. very much the same one....so have you got yer 200K ???  LOL   I cant wait to start spending my millions.....HAHAHAHAHA

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Just received a call today from a guy saying there is a check, going through the postal service, being held in customs in Porter Oklahoma and they needed some information from me because I won 3 million dollars, and the check was being sent to holt (?) bank in Jenks. The guy has a thick accent and it is hard to understand him at times.

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The guy called today--July 21 and said I won 5 million, I told him I did not believe him and he told me to meet him at 2259 north 69 street in Porter, OK.  He asked if I had a fax machine so he could send info, I hung up on him and he called back, I did not answer because I knew it was a scam...

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this guy has called me twice (tuesday, wednesday) and he said (in a weird accent) that i won $1,000 and when he called wednesday he said my postal package was delivered and he was from UPS. who is this guy??? how did he get my cell number??

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this guy keeps calling to tell me i won money - twice a week for the last month or 2- i keep yelling at the guy but he keeps calling back  - dont you think by now he would move on and stop calling me? suddenly im going to fall for this?

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I just got the same call...could hear the birds in the background as well.  Except I won 3 Million and only had to send $28....oh his name is now james anderson, but his boss is brad white. very much the same one....so have you got yer 200K ???  LOL   I cant wait to start spending my millions.....HAHAHAHAHA

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Couple of articles that cover bothe Jamaica angle and the YOU WON but you have to PAY BSA JOLT from the Blue: Jamaican Fraudsters Using Telemarketing to Target U.S. ConsumersFraudulent telemarketers based in Jamaica are calling people in the U.S., telling them that they’ve won a sweepstakes or foreign lottery. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Jamaican Constabulary Force say most of these promotions are likely to be phony — a trick to get you to part with some money — and they are working together to stop them.The fraudulent telemarketers typically identify themselves as lawyers, customs officials or lottery representatives, and tell people they’ve won vacations, cars or thousands — even millions — of dollars. “Winners” need only pay fees for shipping, insurance, customs duties or taxes before they can claim their prizes.Cross-Border Phone FraudIt’s no wonder fraudulent telemarketers often target citizens across national borders. Some believe they won’t get caught if they target citizens in another country. They assume that their country’s law enforcement officials aren’t interested in building a case when the victims are in another country. They also believe that officials in the victims’ country won’t have the authority to investigate fraud calls from outside their borders. But U.S. authorities say these assumptions are dead wrong.Partnerships among law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Jamaica are making it tougher for cross-border scam artists to ply their deceitful tricks. The organizations are cooperating in an initiative called Project JOLT (Jamaican Operations Linked to Telemarketing), sharing information, investigators, and other resources; gathering consumer complaint information; and contributing to the legwork involved in building a case, including surveillance and interviewing victims. As a result, fraudulent telemarketing operations in Jamaica are being exposed and shut down.People who report complaints about cross-border telemarketing fraud are providing information that is critical to putting these boiler rooms out of business. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. If you experience telemarketing fraud of any type, report it to the FTC. Visit www.ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).Recognize and Report Phone FraudMore than ever, telephone hucksters are preying on consumers’ financial vulnerabilities and economic uncertainty. Here’s how you can recognize phony prize promotions and foreign lotteries:Phony Prize Promotions and Sweepstakes SchemesFraudulent telemarketers often “guarantee” that you’ve won valuable prizes, like vacations, cars or large sums of cash. But they want you to pay “fees” for shipping, taxes, customs or other supposed expenses. If someone asks you to pay to claim a “prize” or “free” gift, it’s a trick. You may get a cheap gift that is worth far less than the “fees” you paid, or you may not get anything at all.If you get a call from out of the blue telling you that “you’re a winner”:     don’t pay any money to collect supposed sweepstakes winnings. If you have to pay to collect your winnings, you’re not winning — you’re buying. Legitimate sweepstakes don’t require you to pay “insurance,” “taxes” or “shipping and handling charges” to collect your prize.     hold on to your money. Scammers pressure people to wire money through commercial money transfer companies because wiring money is the same as sending cash. When the money’s gone, there’s very little chance of recovery. Likewise, resist any push to send a check or money order by overnight delivery or courier. Con artists recommend these services so they can get their hands on your money before you realize you’ve been cheated.     remember that phone numbers can deceive. Internet technology allows con artists to disguise their area code so it looks like they’re calling from your local area. But they could be calling from anywhere in the world.Foreign Lottery Scams If you get a call offering you the chance to play a foreign lottery or telling you that you’ve won a foreign lottery, odds are good it’s a scam. First, it’s against federal law to play a foreign lottery. Second, most scam operators don’t buy the promised lottery tickets. Third, other scam artists buy the tickets, but keep the “winnings” for themselves. Finally, lottery hustlers use their victims’ bank account numbers to withdraw money without authorization or their credit card numbers to run up charges.If you’re solicited to participate in a foreign lottery, say no. Instead, remember:     playing a foreign lottery — on the telephone or through the mail — is a violation of federal law.     buying even one foreign lottery ticket puts your name on “sucker lists” that fraudulent telemarketers buy and sell to each other. You will get many more bogus offers for lotteries or investment “opportunities.”     keeping your credit card and bank account numbers to yourself is your best course of action. Scam artists often ask for this information during an unsolicited sales pitch, and then use it to commit other frauds against you.     if you get what looks like lottery material from a foreign country, give it to your local postmaster.To learn more about cross-border fraud, visit www.ftc.gov/crossborder. The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint or to get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. May 2009," the Federal Trade Commission encourages you to remember that: 1.    Legitimate sweepstakes don’t require you to pay or buy something to enter or improve your chances of winning, or to pay "taxes" or "shipping and handling charges" to get your prize. If you have to pay to receive your "prize," it’s not a prize at all.http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/telemarketing/tel17.shtmPrize Offers: You Don’t Have to Pay to Play! Congratulations, it’s your lucky day! You’ve just won $5,000!You’re guaranteed to win a fabulous diamond ring, luxury vacation or all-terrain vehicle!If you receive a letter or phone call with a message like this, be skeptical. The $5,000 "prize" may cost you hundreds of dollars in taxes or service charges — and never arrive. Your "fabulous" prize may not be worth collecting. The diamond is likely to be the size of a pinhead. The "vacation" could be one night in a seedy motel, and the ATV, nothing more than a lounge chair on wheels!Scam artists often use the promise of a valuable prize or award to entice consumers to send money, buy overpriced products or services, or contribute to bogus charities. People who fall for their ploys may end up paying far more than their "prizes" are worth, if they get a prize at all. What these people are likely to get - especially if they signed up for a contest drawing at a public place or event — may be more than they bargained for: more promotions in the mail, more telemarketing calls and more unsolicited commercial email, or "spam." This is because many prize promoters sell the information they collect to advertisers. Worse yet, contest entrants might subject themselves to a bogus prize promotion scam.And The Winner Is... Everyone loves to be a winner. A recent research poll showed that more than half of all American adults entered sweepstakes within the past year. Most of these contests were run by reputable marketers and non-profit organizations to promote their products and services. Some lucky winners received millions of dollars or valuable prizes. Capitalizing on the popularity of these offers, some con artists disguise their schemes to look legitimate. And an alarming number of people take the bait. Every day, consumers throughout the United States lose thousands of dollars to unscrupulous prize promoters. During 1999 alone, the Federal Trade Commission received more than 10,000 complaints from consumers about gifts, sweepstakes and prize promotions. Many received telephone calls or postcards telling them they'd won a big prize - only to find out that to claim it, they had to buy something or pay as much as $10,000 in fees or other charges.There's a big difference between legitimate sweepstakes and fraudulent ones. Prizes in legitimate contests are awarded solely by chance, and contestants don't have to pay a fee or buy something to enter or increase their odds of winning. In fraudulent schemes, however, "winners" almost always have to dip into their pockets to enter a contest or collect their "prize."Skill Contests There's one notable exception: skill contests. These are puzzles, games or other contests in which prizes are awarded based on skill, knowledge or talent - not on chance. Contestants might be required to write a jingle, solve a puzzle or answer questions correctly to win.Unlike sweepstakes, skill contests may legally require contestants to buy something or make a payment or donation to enter. It's important to recognize that many consumers are deceptively lured into playing skill contests by easy initial questions or puzzles. Once they've sent their money and become "hooked," the questions get harder and the entry fees get steeper. Entrants in these contests rarely receive anything for their money and effort. Consumer Protections Several consumer laws help protect consumers against fraudulent sweepstakes and prize offers promoted through the mail or by phone. Telephone Solicitations Telemarketers frequently use sweepstakes and prize contests to sell magazines or other goods and services. These telemarketers make an initial contact with consumers through "cold calls," or take calls from consumers who are responding to a solicitation they received by mail.The Telemarketing Sales Rule helps protect consumers from fraudulent telemarketers who use prize promotions as a lure. In every telemarketing call involving a prize promotion, the law requires telemarketers to tell you:     the odds of winning a prize. If the odds can't be determined in advance, the promoter must tell you the factors used to calculate the odds.     that you don't have to pay a fee or buy something to win a prize or participate in the promotion.     if you ask, how to participate in the contest without buying or paying anything.     what you'll have to pay or the conditions you'll have to meet to receive or redeem a prize. The Telemarketing Sales Rule prohibits telemarketers from misrepresenting any of these facts, as well as the nature or value of the prizes. It also requires telemarketers who call you to pitch a prize promotion to tell you before they describe the prize that you don't have to buy or pay anything to enter or win.Written Solicitations Many sweepstakes promotions arrive by mail as a letter or postcard that instructs the consumer to respond by return mail or phone to enter a contest or collect a prize.The Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act helps protect consumers against fraudulent sweepstakes promotions sent through the mail. The law prohibits:     claims that you're a winner unless you've actually won a prize.     requirements that you buy something to enter the contest or to receive future sweepstakes mailings.     the mailing of fake checks that don't clearly state that they are non-negotiable and have no cash value.     seals, names or terms that imply an affilia-tion with or endorsement by the federal government. Skill Contests Skill contests also are covered by the new Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act. The law requires the sponsors to disclose in a clear and conspicuous way:     the terms, rules and conditions of the contest.     how many rounds of the contest you must achieve to win the grand prize.     the time frame for the winner to be determined.     the name of the contest's sponsor.     an address where you can reach the sponsor to request that your name be removed from the mailing list. Just Say "No" Another way to protect yourself is to request that your name be removed from mail and telephone solicitation lists. The Telemarketing Sales Rule requires telemarketers to keep a "do not call" list of consumers who have asked not to be called again. Calling a consumer who has made this request is illegal and can subject the telemarketer to a hefty fine.The Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act requires companies that use direct mail to maintain a similar "do not mail" list for consumers who call or write and ask that their name be removed from the mailing list. This new law gives caregivers the right to have the names of the friends and loved ones under their care removed from the mailing lists of undesirable solicitors.Another way to reduce mail and telephone solicitations is to contact the Direct Marketing Association to request that your name be placed on its "do not call," "do not mail" and "do not email" lists. Association members agree not to solicit consumers who have requested that they not be contacted. To have your name removed from direct mail marketing lists, write: Direct Marketing Association, Preference Service Manager, 1120 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036-6700. To have your name removed from telemarketing lists, write: Direct Marketing Association, Preference Service Manager, 1120 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036-6700. To "opt out" of receiving unsolicited commercial email, use the DMA's form at www.e-mps.org.A Dozen Ways to Protect YourselfThe next time you get a "personal" letter or telephone call telling you "it’s your lucky day," the Federal Trade Commission encourages you to remember that: 1.    Legitimate sweepstakes don’t require you to pay or buy something to enter or improve your chances of winning, or to pay "taxes" or "shipping and handling charges" to get your prize. If you have to pay to receive your "prize," it’s not a prize at all.2.    Sponsors of legitimate contests identify themselves prominently; fraudulent promoters are more likely to downplay their identities. Legitimate promoters also provide you with an address or toll-free phone numbers so you can ask that your name be removed from their mailing list.3.    Bona fide offers clearly disclose the terms and conditions of the promotion in plain English, including rules, entry procedures, and usually, the odds of winning.4.    It’s highly unlikely that you’ve won a "big" prize if your notification was mailed by bulk rate. Check the postmark on the envelope or postcard. Also be suspicious of telemarketers who say you’ve won a contest you can’t remember entering.5.    Fraudulent promoters might instruct you to send a check or money order by overnight delivery or courier to enter a contest or claim your "prize." This is a favorite ploy for con artists because it lets them take your money fast, before you realize you’ve been cheated.6.    Disreputable companies sometimes use a variation of an official or nationally recognized name to give you confidence in their offers. Don’t be deceived by these "look-alikes." It’s illegal for a promoter to misrepresent an affiliation with — or an endorsement by — a government agency or other well-known organization.7.    It’s important to read any written solicitation you receive carefully. Pay particularly close attention to the fine print. Remember the old adage that "the devil is in the details."8.    Agreeing to attend a sales meeting just to win an "expensive" prize is likely to subject you to a high-pressure sales pitch.9.    Signing up for a sweepstakes at a public location or event, through a publication or online might subject you to unscrupulous prize promotion tactics. You also might run the risk of having your personal information sold or shared with other marketers who later deluge you with offers and advertising.10.    Some contest promoters use a toll-free "800" number that directs you to dial a pay-per-call "900" number. Charges for calls to "900" numbers may be very high.11.    Disclosing your checking account or credit card account number over the phone in response to a sweepstakes promotion — or for any reason other than to buy the product or service being sold — is a sure-fire way to get scammed in the future.12.    Your local Better Business Bureau and your state or local consumer protection office can help you check out a sweepstakes promoter’s reputation. Be aware, however, that many questionable prize promotion companies don’t stay in one place long enough to establish a track record, and the absence of complaints doesn’t necessarily mean the offer is legitimate. To File a ComplaintConsumers who believe they have been victimized by fraudulent promotional offers also should contact their local postmaster or the U.S. Postal Inspection Service by phone, toll-free, at: 1-888-877-7644; by email at: www.uspsoig.gov; or by mail at: U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Office of Inspector General, Operations Support Group, 222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60606-6100.If you have a problem with a sweepstakes or prize promotion after participating, and you are unable to resolve the problem directly with the company, contact:     The Direct Marketing Association, ConsumerLine, 1111 19th Street, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036-3603; phone 202-955-5030; fax 202-955-0085.     The Better Business Bureau where the company is located.     Call for Action, a network of radio and television station hotlines that offer resolution services for consumers. Call 301-657-7490 or write: Call for Action, 5272 River Road, Suite 300, Bethesda, MD 20816. The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint or to get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. July 2000

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Got the same call today from a Mr Bryan White.  First he said i won 200K and a car, then it was 100K and a car.  I then said, wait wasn’t it just 200K?  And he upped it to 200K.  First said he was from California Lottery, then said he was from Vegas.  I knew it was a scam, but played along with him.  Could hear roosters crowing in the back ground.  Told me to send $75 to a Darren Samuels in St. James, Jamaica.  Once i did that i needed to call back and give a confirmation number, then my car and check would be delivered via UPS.  hahaha.  What a SCAM!  I cant wait until he calls me back.  I usually NEVER pick up calls from numbers i do not know, but did this time for what ever reason.  Very interesting.  Beware!

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It's a scam and I never answer any calls on my mobile I do not recognize. That is what voicemail is for. So they left me a msg and my Google Voice voicemail detected the number was from Kingston, JM (Jamaica) and the guy mumbled so bad I had little idea what he was saying something about a commission and winning money "and also a car" and they wanted to verify my mobile number and asked me to call back to 1(876) 299-6687 (I assume he meant 6387). Btw, Ryan is incorrect. You don't have to be mindful of your language UNLESS you want to get info from them. You can curse if you want to, this is America. Also, Ryan, the person on the OTHER line said f**k you, not the person who wrote above. You should try being mindful and try reading correctly. For example...No one cares about your delicate sensibilities you stupid a***ole. There, you like that? Just so you know I am being very mindful and choosing my words carefully. You judgmental piece of s***. Get your head out of your own a** and stop trying to scold people. No one cares about your opinion you sick, pathetic little man.

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Be mindful of your language, the Police can't help you much. Make sure you have enough info for them to work with. Names, address, Western Union, company name, ect. Be sure to warn the edlery people around you to not give into the scam. They are who the people are after. Make sure to never send them money. Be mindful, and thik before you speak.

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It's weird... They called me three times now and always tell me they're from UPS.This time I said "Stop calling me, Don't call again" And they only repeatedly said "f**k you"If they keep on bothering me I'm gonna go to the police

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Also received a call stating I won cash and a car. SCAM

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Not sure who this is says I won money

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I called the 800 number. If you follow the instructions you will get nowhere.  I punched in ext 101 and got "Michelle". After she told me they were legit, operating within the law, etc, I asked to be removed and she claimed it would be done.  I will reply to this site if that does not happen.Because they are not selling anything (right, just getting leads for others to sell), they claim they do not have to abide by the DNC list.

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They work several different contracts.   I received a call today from this number.  They represented Dealerscop Magazine.  website is dealerscope.com I called this magazine and confirmed they have a call center out of Colorado.   Nothing shady so far.  Free magazines, no hidden fees, charges etc.  I will let everyone know if I start getting any bills.

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Thank you so much. I have filed a complaint with the FCC online which I recommend everyone do. They have been calling my number about 6 times today.

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dig this site, great to have this resource.  thanks!

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They might be legit, but I do not have any magazine subscriptions and they called my cell phone number. Not happy about that.

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In addition to my previous comments, I called Aspen back this afternoon and their message makes it clear that they don't want to recieve calls from anyone they are calling; the only feedback route they offer is to leave a message to have your phone number removed from their list and they request your name and phone number to do so. My name is not needed and I don't trust them to handle my informaiton at all. We'll see if they follow through of if I get more calls.

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It IS illegal, however, when a telemarketer calls a number that does not belong to the subscriber (IE a work mobile) AND is listed on the federal do not call list.

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I understand that it is a legitimate business, however, you make it sound like the calls are directly related to an interaction that I have had with Aspen.  The problem is that I HAVEN'T had any interaction with this company, I don't have any magazine subscriptions, nor do I want to have any.  Thus my next question is, where did they get my phone number from and why are they wanting to give me a free subscription?  It's frustrating when you receive the calls and no one bothers to leave a message.  If it's a legitimate business with a legitimate reason for calling, then the individual representative should have no trouble leaving a voice mail message.  As for calling the number back and requesting to be added to their DNC list - I'm not going to confirm that my phone number is valid so that they can proceed to sell it to every more "marketing" companies for a profit.

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I'm getting a call EVERY MORNING, and they DO NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE. So if they want to talk, why not just leave a message and let me decide to call back?But no.They just keep trying to BOTHER ME.WTF kind of business is that?I'm going to have to write up some *online reviews elsewhere about Aspen Media.

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When my phone number is on the Do Not Call list they have *no business* calling me. and calling me at nearly 9pm and never leaving a message? I call that a scammer.

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You ARE breaking the law if the recipient of your call has put their number on the do not call list!  Spin it any way you want, but the law is the law.  It's nice that you have a job and all--just don't call me unless you want an extended stay in the Graybar Inn & Showers.

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Marie said, "Aspen is a legitimate call center/market research firm. This is REALLY what they do. I work for a trade publisher and have worked with Aspen. We make calls to numbers provided by subscribers for use in subscription maintenance. We follow all the laws and rules, as does Aspen. I DO NOT work for Aspen but I have done a lot of professional research on them (as part of my job) and they really are on the up and up."Well... if this is the case, tell me why -- when I answered the call -- they hung up on me (after only 2 rings).  We have relatives in Boulder who are all experiencing a pending death in the family.  That is the only reason I answered.  These Aspen people should be jailed for hanging up on people.  Legitimate?  Hell no!  Aspen is about as illegitimate as they come, in my eyes.

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Actually, you're wrong when you say telemarketing can be annoying, but the mere fact of receiving a call doesn't mean that the firm calling you is breaking a law."  Actually, telemarketing IS anoying, and if the number is on the DNC list, unless you have specifically asked for contact, you are in fact, breaking the law by calling.  It is your responsibility to do what needs to be done to remove anyone on that from your calling list."Some companies...use receptionist/front desk numbers and these numbers can be on for multiple employees in the same building. So it can get a little nuts for the person answering the phone"; Once the owner has told the receptionist not to process the call through, your decision to "trying to stagger calls to a single office over a number of days or weeks. "  is improper.  Telemarking is using someone's business/personal phone to solicit.  Which, unless they are very strange, is NOT why they got the phone to begin with.  Once you are told no, then no is no;there is no reason for staggering if you've already been told no.  So please don't try to justify continued harassment.  At my company, no means none, no matter how insistent the caller may be.  You will never get past my receptionist unless you are on the list of people to put through.  You see, when I need something, I research it and get it, not wait until some telemarketer might call me and offer something.  She has been provided with w/a metal whistle in case people use obscene or profane language, or begin harassment of any type.  As it is my phone, I'll be deciding when that is, not the oh-so-earnest caller who is just assuming we would PREFER to be contacted during our working hours so we can listen to your spiel, peddling whatever it is you have to sell.  So, Aspen, and whoever; learn your lesson.  Once you've been told no, believe it.  If you're being paid by the hour, then devote your time to calling  those who "PREFER" your calls.  Really, I can't believe there are many out there, but I'm sure you feel there are.

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Actually, "Marie"  or is that "Peggy?"  In spite of your self serving whining about how you are not doing anything wrong, you need to get your facts straight.  Telemaketing is covered by federal law.  Anyone on the DNC list cannot be contacted except in very few cases.  Which would mean that your company would have to subscribe to the list, and manually remove everyone on it.  Then, you would be able to add back anyone you have an "existing" business relationship with,  or who has personally requested that you contact them.  So, your calls indicate that you are not following the letter or the spirit of the law.  Therefore, I personally will never do business with you, as I don't do business with law breakers.  I know that if I want something, I research on it and get it.  I do not sit by the phone hoping someone I don't know will call me and offer it to me.  So, you are paying for people and equipment who are not serving your purpose, which is to solicit business.  Not a very good way to run that business, don't you agree?  Yet another reason why I'd never do business with you.   Wasting money bothering people who aren't interested in what you have to offer is counterproductive.  So, take your whining and save it.  If  I don't like what I hear, I will take my complaining to the person who is wasting my time and tying up my personal phone line, for which I pay monthy, and is for my use, not yours or any company you supposedly do business with.    Since I do not wish to be solicited by anyone who I don't have an exisitng relationship, then I will respond as strongly as possible on the initial contact to indicate my displeasure; I may never even know who is the initiating company, since as soon as they ask for the "homeowner", "business owner" or "manager" I know they are not our business partners.  In which case, whoever is on the other end will get a blast from an air horn, and then a suggestion that they NOT illegally contact me again.

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NOT, when you have opted out!!! This is outright abuse and I will be reporting them!Telemarketing IS illegal when you are no-call lists all over the place!

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Still don't want to get calls from them on Sunday evenings!  Repeatedly... on the same day...  not leaving messages.

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Hogwash!  I listed my number on the National Do Not Call Registry 4 months ago.  I haven't listed this number on any form, business, or website.  I'm getting calls from them trying to upsell which is a direct violation of law. And you're claiming this is legal and 'legitimate'?Also, you're spouting total garbage regarding the favorability of telemarketing.  Studies have shown have shown over 95% negative response to telemarketing.  Telemarketers measure their success in calls per hour because their response rates are way to low to calculate in terms of a percent.  Telemarketing response rates are way lower than what direct mailers see (and 85% to over 99% of it is thrown in thetrash).  The problem is that the call costs virtually nothing and the return is large.  I guarantee you that there is no data that shows that the majority of people approve of this channel.If this is a 'legitimate' firm - it's time the laws are made much stricter.  Clearly these 'legimated' firms aren't abiding by the law.  These are organizations that believe it's 'legitimate' to disturb 300 people to make a single sale.I'm personally sick and tired of having to tell dozens of lawbreakers a year to remove me from their list.

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If you call them, they have a legal message claiming to not be regulated by the Do Not Call List because they are "not telemarketers". So they consider their telemarketing to be something else. I encourage everyone to report them to the Federal Trade Commission and  and shut them down.Also report them for the violation of altering their caller ID and removing the name which violates the laws Obama signed into law in January 2011.They are telemarketers trying to act nice and break the law politely. REPORT THEM. They are using your personal information for profit and need to be made a example of.

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If a person is on the federal and state do not call list and they call you. It is a crime. It specifically states that in the law. I will report them to the federal and state trade commission.  I have had no business with them at all and they have no right to disturb me. It is not my responsibility to make them obey the law. They are required to monitor and obey the Do Not Call List, Not a opt out list and I do not have to investigate their client and contact them.No matter how nice they are, this is sleezy marketing.

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Will that's nice to hear that they follow all the laws. Then why are they calling me when I'm on the federal DO NOT CALL LIST! So, They are not as great as you make them out to be! I really do not care about all the reasons you listed, they are NOT SUPPOSE TO CALL ME, PERIOD! I do not have any subscriptions to anything, nor have I stopped any, so they have no reason to call me. So take your bandwagon somewhere else! I'm tried of interrupting my day to go see who's calling and find out I wasted my time because it's some darn company trying to make a living off the rest of us!

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So tell your company to stop calling people who are on the Do Not Call list.  I am, and I just got a call.  If I'm on that list, I shouldn't have to answer and tell you to stop calling me in order for you to obey the law.

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call back the number listen to the prompts, i think it was #8, it was the supervisor!! tell them u r on the national do not call list !!!!! it worked for me!   :)

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I have received 17 calls from Aspen media. The first call they said they were calling on behalf of PG&E. Of course it was all nonsense . The first caller was a smart mouth. I called them back after the 17th call and was told that they are NOT recognized nor do they comply with the National do not call list. I also called PG&E and was told they have had several calls concerning this company. Bottom line they just wanted to sell me magazines. SO Marie you may THINK you have all the knowledge but I think you are a ringer . I have put in a complaint with The Boulder BBB. People beware they told me that they can grab a ton of your info right from the internet.

303-786-9500

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All of you, especially those of you are getting cals and text messages on your cell phone, need to file a complaint with the FCC; one complaint may do nothing but many will...there is strength in numbers. Here's the link: https://complaints.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx?panel=2

303-786-9500

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Yea, right Marie.   They pester me by sending me text messages on my cell phone AND calling my cell phone about one a day.   There is nothing nice about people who harass you day in a day out with recorded messages and phone calls.

303-786-9500

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Marie, I find it extremely hard to believe that anyone "PREFERS" you calling and harrassing them. You know if I want a product, I will go to the store and buy it or search online and order it. I do not need telemarketers calling at all hours of the day trying to push their crappy products that I do not want on me. Market research my butt- it is just another ploy to get your personal information so they can sell it to other bottom feeders. I can not for the life of me understand why anyone would want to work as a telemarketer.

303-786-9500

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Ok Marie:I am making a complaint regarding Aspen Media to your Trade publisher.  I sent Aspen Media and Marketing a WRITTEN Faxed Notice, to stop calling me.  The fax was confirmed as having gone through, which is my confirmation they received my request.The calls are continuing anyway.Thank you

303-786-9500

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Well, I said they'd given up on the trade mag front. I was wrong; they are back at it again, asking for a guy they have been told SEVERAL TIMES- HE'S NOT HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But of course, Aspen does not take "no" for an answer.I will continue to put you jerks on hold until you hang up.  If you want to waste my time, I can surely return the favor.

303-786-9500

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Aspen has been calling our office for almost 3 years now.  At first it was for a crappy trade mag that the recipient never read- they just piled on his desk cuz he's rarely at this office.  I would tell Aspen's minions this every time they called, so they'd try to get another number for him or get me to renew it for him or give them a new name to send the magazine to (boy do they try to sucker receptionists!). After a year of this, they finally gave up on the trade mag front.  Then they moved onto the posters scam (they sell compliance posters that you can get for free from the gov). They usually hang up when I explain that we are aware these posters are free and don't need to pay anyone for them.  They hang up when I ask them to stop calling.  They hang up when we say we aren't interested.  They hang up if I ask who is calling.  Their crappy autodialer hangs up more than their minions though, which is also illegal.  Dropped calls are regulated, no matter why the telemarketer is calling.Respectable companies do not harrass people into becoming customers, even if we did do any sort of business over the phone.Aspen usually calls us through a Cascade Callworks call center at 360.892.6151

303-786-9500

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Amen!

303-786-9500

70 Report Long ago Unknown
It may very well be a legitimate company, but then why am I getting repeated phone calls to my private unlisted HOME phone number?

303-786-9500

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I think you should probably start with GETTING A LIFE lady. You actually worry about making sure that they teach " their telemarketers" to be polite " even when the other person is rude". Why? If its not you on the other end why would you care? You sit around all day and hope that they take a trashing from rude subscribers but still have to be "polite"? geez, your life must be so exciting and by the way your comments evince your brain is the size of a peanut.

303-786-9500

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Aspen Media Market and other Market Groups.  I don't mind receiving calls from Market Groups if they are polite; but most are not.  They are pushy and extremely rude.  I get a call every day for a week at the same time, I answer the phone, and then I get a hang up. You'd think they'd have the problem solved by now but instead they say they were most likely trying to send us a free subscription.  So I called the number and got the Aspen Media Market, who are very polite.  I explained what was going on and they said that they have a problem with their phone system but a week??  This is crazy!  But at least they were nice.  I like nice; hate rude people.  So companies may be legitimate but they could try being nice for a change and teach their telemarketers how to be polite regardless of how rude the person is at the other end.  They are the ones representing the company they work for and once a bad taste about a company, you never forget!

303-786-9500

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Just responding to the first post here. :)Aspen is a legitimate call center/market research firm. This is REALLY what they do. I work for a trade publisher and have worked with Aspen. We make calls to numbers provided by subscribers for use in subscription maintenance. We follow all the laws and rules, as does Aspen. I DO NOT work for Aspen but I have done a lot of professional research on them (as part of my job) and they really are on the up and up.Telemarketing can be annoying, but the mere fact of receiving a call doesn't mean that the firm calling you is breaking a law.You are right that once you ask to be removed/opted out/unsubscribed/etc., this request must/should be honored. Some companies though use receptionist/front desk numbers and these numbers can be on for multiple employees in the same building. So it can get a little nuts for the person answering the phone. How *we* address it is by trying to stagger calls to a single office over a number of days or weeks. Telemarketing *is* annoying to many people, but in our business, many of our subscribers PREFER it (meaning they respond to it well). If you don't like what you are hearing, complain to the source (the magazine doing the calling, etc.), where you are most likely to get a response. TFR

303-786-9500

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It was "Aspen Media and Market Research". They wanted to give me a free subscription to a magazine. I was not interested. Boulder Office5505 Central AvenueBoulder, CO 80301Tel: (303) 786-9500Toll-free: (800) 853-2240Fax: (303) 447-9029Cheyenne Office5801 Yellowstone, #100Cheyenne, WY 82009Tel: (307) 433-8398Fax: (307) 433-8403

407-808-7666

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Same story here - wants more info about my resume and the company name is TES.  I've searched the internet, phone listings, LinkedIn, Manta, and can not find any such company.  Probably wanting me to sell on commission.

407-808-7666

2 Report Long ago Unknown
wants more info from my resume.  Leave the name of the company next time, other wise you are just a scammer wanting me to sell insurance or aflac.

225-266-8966

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When I answered, nobody replied.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Yeah, same....filled out information on their website to look at some foreclosures in Chicago, but didnt want to pay the $60 membership fee...my guess is they are calling to try and talk me into it...

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Have called once so far, nothing on the line. Annoying.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Have called and hung up twice in the last two days. Very annoying

949-748-8416

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THEY KEEP CALLING ME AND I'M ON THE dncl, HAVE NOT BEEN LOOKING AT HOMES ONLINE AND AM NOT IN FORECLOSURE.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
I too looked online for a home, did the free trial.. opted out after seeing how much a month they wanted, but like you said They had my number already and even thought I check do not call.. they keep calling (1 day later as yourself.. but they only let it ring once and hang-up.. weird, but hey.. no use getting anrgy over it!!)

949-748-8416

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The people that call u when u check i dont want a agent to call me back are not agents. u people are dumb. hahahahaha. why dont u listen to what they have to say

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Same thing happened to me.  I am ignoring the calls as well.  As a rule, I do not answer my phone if I do not recognize the number.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
RealtyTrac is an online service for searching MLS listings and foreclosures around the country.  They are not skirting the DNCR; they're calling you after you completed business with them or a partner site.  If you've looked at a house recently online through MLS, you probably gave them or a partner site your information.  They have a 7-day free trial, according to the website that I went to.  I decided I didn't need it yet, and I don't want to pay $50 a month until I buy my house to use it.  The pay screen was a second screen, so they already got my contact info submitted, which included my number.  However, I did select that I did not want a realtor to call me, so it's a bit fishy that I got a call today (the day after I submitted the info).Just ignore or block if you don't want a call from them.

949-748-8416

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I called them back and it's realtytrac.  They said "we use headsets and can't always hear."  It's a way a round DNCR as technically it's a computer that's calling and not a person.Very bad practice!

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
They keep calling and leaving no message. IDK if they called before with their number blocked or private. However in my voicemail I state I do not answer those types of numbers.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
They called my house just now, no-one said a word.  I called the number back and it said they were Realty Track, a place for homeowners and investors.  Just another bothersome sales call when I am on the DO NOT CALL list.  I will use my call blocker to keep their next call out.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Its a 949 area code but its coming from Irvine. Must be on the border towards Newport Beach if it is.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
What I started doing with these unknown was answering and screaming into the phone or blasting music or just answer and let it sit until they hang up. Trust me... they give up after hearing that a couple of times.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Its a real estate office / company. You must have been looking at homes online.

949-748-8416

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Sounds like a scam to me

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Its not a scam. LoL. They offer listings for foreclosure property for 49.95 a month or a free service in which they set u up with a agent that can help you find property and send u listing from their site.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Big Scam.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Just called me and no message.

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
Called my cell 4 times today and did not leave message. Unknown

949-748-8416

40 Report Long ago Unknown
called at 9:57 on my cell phone - did not answer - they did not leave message

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