This number is listed on Spectrum's web site -- if you try to replace the internet modem and the information you enter supposedly doesn't match -- this number comes up to call. I thought I was actually speaking to Spectrum, but they kept asking for credit card info, birthday, etc. and wouldn't deal with the technical problem I had. Finally I hung up on them.
my god stop. im already a customer and im sick of being offered free quotes for something i already had
Selling something I don?t want it
"Spectrum" robocall scampaign facilitated by ATL Com'ns. Spectrum/TWC disowned this # years ago. It’s currently listed to carriers as a working toll-free # with ATL Com’ns being the responsible service provider. Thus carriers aren’t blocking it and, in fact, continue to relay it with a legit default CNAM i.e. “Toll-free” instead of e.g. “unknown” or nothing at all. The scammers are currently only using the # for its Caller ID confidence value with their outgoing calls. They have it set up so calls coming IN to the # are intercepted after one ring with an intercept recording saying the call can’t be completed as dialed. They can do that. Don’t be fooled by it. It’s a long story but suffice it say that robocall fraud is more successful & harder to trace when the scammers are able get people to answer calls FROM them.
Fake "Spectrum" robocall mega-scampaign facilitated by ATL Com'ns non-fixed VoIP cartel.