Telling me I ordered off Amazon and that I was being charged 400 plus and to confirm my order and if I didn’t order to call back using this number +1 (208) 266-2376
I asked for information, but, didn't expect daily robocalls which go straight to voicemail. They are using Slydial or some such app, as the phone NEVER rings. I find it annoying.
Calls several times daily. Says they are with National Compliance about our DOT number. Wanting to get us into compliance unless we are no longer using a DOT number and if not we should call them to have it filed as non use.
They know their stuff. They aren't like other companies trying to scam people out of their money. they handled our paperwork fast
Call is obviously a scam. I would say to disregard the other comments here stating it's a safe number, and instead look at the reported messages above only. The only way this could be real is if every state in the country routed their prison calls through Idaho.
Also, anyone who has received a call from a county or state inmate knows that's now how the phone system works.
The can use prepaid cards, but only the caller hears the balance and cutoff times etc. The call will act as normal, but will pause when the minutes run out as it checks if the caller wants to add more time.
The only time you get a message like this would be if the caller was dialing collect, in which case, the message is all wrong anyway for that.
Lastly, selecting any option to ignore or block the call does nothing, and usually you will get called right back, either from the same number or a random different one.
My experience and two cents, take it as you like.
Keeps calling me a number of times I had gotten up to 8 calls in one day and another day I got 6 calls just won't leave me alone I normally get calls 5 days a week from this number
This is a legitimate call. It regards a past due high dollar account. It is usually a bill that is 60 days over due, it is a second chance Financial Department. They allow up to 6 weeks to pay the full amount not including the up coming bill. Their goal is to keep service on while assisting customer with making payments according to their paydays. I am a Verizon Customer who got in over my head and had a past due of 75 days and this is number that called me and the representative explained that their department can extend payments beyond the next billing cycle where regular Financial Services cannot. They can give two payment arrangements two weeks apart but ONLY if the next bill due date is after the second date of the arrangement. This is only company I know that has a second chance program to avoid cell phone disconnection. Life happens and Verizon does TRY to help!!