As the sun rises in the east, the calls begin.
No, I'm not a deadbeat with debt issues.
No, my ex isn't stalking me.
I'm the victim of robo-recorded calls from an alleged Illinois number-708-856-8824 trying to sell me something I never asked for. When I call the number back, bet you're surprised- no one answers and I get an error message.
Did what we could. Reported over and over, up to three times a day to the Do Not Call list. If the Feds tax a nickel a robocall might make a dent in the debt.
As for the Do Not Call list, hahhhahh. Seems to only encourage more calls, but maybe that is from my tin-foil hat I'm wearing to protect myself from this strange liquid falling from the sky. Tom Skilling may call it rain, I call it a long absent, strange event this year.
It isn't the first time we've had these nuisance calls. Most recently there was Rachel and her pre-recorded messages. Now again, over and over the calls come. Ah, and yet new numbers pop-up today.
We asked AT&T to block it, but so far-- no luck. So maybe we just need to cancel the landline to end the harassment. When we call the number from a cell, we get a pre-recorded message. When we call from the landline--we can't reach the 708 number. We ended our long distance, so clearly 708 isn't a local number.
Any wonder I don't answer calls from strangers and "private caller" blocked phones? Given these calls turn off customers from having a landline, you'd think influential AT&T would stop them...if they wanted to. Clearly they do not want to.
AT&T must like the numbers the robocalls generate.
I do not like AT&T.
And T-Mobile, now the calls come to my cell--veiled like a cheap stripper as--"Private Caller."