This is what caller says-
This call as final notice from Credit Bureau. We are filing a lawsuit against you and you will be getting arrested an urgent call back is necessary. 714-209-7404. See you in court house.
This is not a spammer, this is Paul Mitchell Beauty School in Costa Mesa calling. I left a voicemail to have them call me back to make an appointment and they just did. Super nice, of course. I just didn't pick it up because I was cautious.
I didn't recognize the number but I picked it up anyway and it was a pre-recorded message of a woman speaking in Spanish (I, nor nobody in my family speaks Spanish so I knew it wasn't meant for us). It is likely spam. There are a bunch of markings of it as spam anyways so when there are that many I usually trust them (and in this case they were right). Block them on YouMail and you can even turn up the level of blocking on YouMail to make it more intense if you want. (I called Customer Support and they taught me this trick).
Robocaller about my credit card (they're not actually with my credit card company of course). I would recommend not picking up the call and letting it go to voicemail, then blocking them! Hope this helps protect you from being scammed or wasting time!
Caller starts out by saying "Hi, you stayed at one of our resorts lately blah blah blah," then she goes on to say that you won some kind a trip or a cruise you only have to pay 50 bucks or something like that I keep trying to block the call on my phone but I keep getting a call no matter what. It seems to come out of Anaheim. The CALLER acts like she knows you, she talks like she's a real live CALLER but when you try to talk she goes on and on and on then you realize it's a recording but it doesn't sound like a recording it sounds like a real live person. So people beware.