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Rick Colorado
I continue to receive calls from this number and have advised them not to call.  It is a philppine individual who continues to call.  I registered on the do not call list and the Federal Communications Commission needs to look into these calls which are not only annoying but constant harassment.  It appears the do not call list is not working and needs to be investigated to reveal its worth.

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I keep getting calls from this number, but there never appears to be anyone on the other end of the line. All I get is silence. It is getting very irritating. How do I block these calls?
I believe this is Esta Sol travel scam again. They have been hounding me for 3 years now about 4 times a week and never leave a message. Here are some other numbers that they used to call from: 402-982-XXXX, 406-852-XXXX, a 202 area code (Wash DC), and of course 701-217-1512. They will not remove you from their list no matter how many times you ask them. Irritating pests.
They tried to call me last night but I didn't answer it.  How do they get out cell numbers?
Looks like this might be Esta Sol again. Some ridiculous travel package nonsense that I have repeatedly said "not interested". They won't take no for an answer and they won't stop calling. They just change their phone number and harass you for another year. This has to be the 400th time they have called. Ugh!
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SCAM SCAM SCAMCrooks trying to steal your money. Don't enter any contests at shows, unless you want to get calls from predators like this.
It's a travel center - like a time-share but it's for travel. They get your number when you sign up for a sweepstakes at something like an art show or home show...
Yeah-got the same thing...But did reverse phone lookup stated it was a cell phone...Good you did not give your info or press any buttons on the phone....Really gets tired of paying a phone bill and get solicitations!!! Ask to take me off the calling list to no avail...
I answered the phone, the person verified my name. said they were calling in regarding to online bill pay. asked to verify my info so we could make arrangements to pick up my "gift". told her I wasn't going to give my info over the phone then hung up. sounded like a call center with noise in the background. showed up as "service message" on my caller id

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