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They left a phone message
Jan 30, 2016
Monetary Loss: $0
I didn't call them back even though they said to call them.
I've been receiving numerous harassing phone calls on my cell phone. 3 Feb 2016 I received another such call and hung up on him. The caller stated his name was Peter Williams from State Health Department of Compensation, and asked to speak with Susan about health issues concerning blood thinners, surgeries, etc. I told him it was none of his business and asked him where he was getting his information & then I hung up on him when he instantly called me back & asked me what I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND. I repeated that it wasn't any concern to him and then asked him WHAT STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT he was calling from and at that point he ended the call. I also might add that he had a heavy accent. Also this called showed up on my caller ID as YONKERS NY.
I have a list of other calls from different phone#s and different locations with dates and times they have contacted me by phone.
I got a call about lowering my interest rate on my credit card. I don't have a credit card. The second I got to an operator, I told her I didn't have a credit card and she hung up. I tried to call the number back, and it didn't exist.