Got a call from that indian guy at 05h44 this morning claiming to be from my credit card company because a large amount had been debited by Western Union. All he wanted was the card details...which he did not get. Got a call from the same guy some months ago and that time he was from Microsoft and needed to help me fix a big problem with my PC. I wish someone could track this guy and bring him before our courts. The world would be a better place without his annoying calls.
Do you not understand that they are also giving out bogus numbers when you look at your caller ID?.. They cant do anything about a non-existent number, period. So reporting that number would be pointless. They would then have a report about a number that isnt a real number so who are they going to tie that number to? With computer technology it has become just as simple to show a false number over caller-ID as it is to show a false e-mail address over the internet. People have been able to do that for a very long time. I was just called this morning from a 021620, which is not even a valid number unless it was international. Even then Im not sure thats an actual number. I cant find it anywhere online; not even a record of anyone else being called by it. When I look at my phone records it doesnt even show that it called. I answered but they/the machine must have broke the connection right before I did so because I looked back down at the phone and wasnt connected after saying hello a couple times. Otherwise I can only guess it was a computer error on Tmobiles end.
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