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Rec. a call
Feb 27, 2017
Monetary Loss: $0
I received a call from the avobe number. The individual on that line asked "Joe" can you hear me. I answered him yes. He than hung up.
Received call from Old Town FL. Said "This is Mark from Dept of Health and Mental Services" can you hear me. I answered yes and line went dead. I blocked # from future calls, but don't yet know what damage they could do.
I have received several calls from the above number and I had my daughter call it from her cell to see whose number it was and it was a recording stating it was a promotional deal. Today I decided to answer the call and tell them to remove me from their list. Instead when I answered there was a female voice, which asked "Can you hear me?" and it seemed to me like it echoed the phrase again and then I hung up the phone.
I received a call from what looked to be a local number. The person asked "Can you hear me?" and then proceeded to tell me I had been selected to win a free trip. Unfortunately I answered "Yes" when they asked me if I could hear them. I looked the number up on a reverse directory and it is shown as a scam with no ownership of the number.