I have Verizon. I answered. The person said he was with the US Medical Department and was calling about my medical claim. When I told him that I wasnt receiving any medical claim and had none pending, he proceeded to say You are a [***]! A big [***]!. I could not understand him as his English was very broken. I dont even know how to go about reporting this,
Ha-ha. Now you know the downside of a full-time cell phone with or without texting. Yes I have a cell phone but texting is blocked. It is only on when I am out.Understand this --> Its a PHONE!If you are absolutely, positively scared of missing a call or text, then you are addicted! Get help!These are not calls from your carrier...unless you use some schlock carrier who probably supports telemarketers. Any big carrier, Verizon, AT&T, etc, is making truck loads of money from cell phone addicts.Or.live with the scammers calling your precious cell phone.
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