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but only to find out your address, your home phone number, and where you work- Collectors usually are prohibited from contacting third parties more than once- Other than to obtain this location information about you, a debt collector generally is not permitted to discuss your debt with anyone other than you, your spouse, or your attorney I have been called twice by these people Though I don't have caller ID to be % sure, I keep getting this Indian woman with a heavy accent- The first time she was trying to "verify" that I had more than , in debts, I laughed and said, "what business is it of yours? t ask you to pay a processing fee for a grant that you have already been awarded ? re calling from Washington, DC, they could be calling from anywhere in the world- Take control of the calls you receive- If you want to reduce the number of telemarketing calls you receive, place your telephone number on the National Do Not Call Registry- To register online, visit www-donotcall-gov- To register by phone, call , (TTY: ,) from the phone number you wish to register- File a complaint with the FTC- If you think you may have been a victim of a government grant scam, file a complaint with the FTC online at www-ftc-gov, or call toll-free, , FTC-HELP (,); TTY: , The FTC enters Internet, telemarketing, identity theft, and other fraud-related complaints into Consumer Sentinel, a secure online database available to hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U-S- and abroad- The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them- To file a complaint or to get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc-gov or call toll-free, , FTC-HELP (,); TTY: , The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U-S- and abroad- September Feds: Scammers Falsely "Guaranteed" Government Grants Court halts operators' deceptive pitches for grant writing book and services By James Limbach Consumer Affairs-com July , A federal judge has stopped an operation from falsely claiming that it could help consumers secure a ", Grant" , guaranteed , from the U-S- government-The case is part of a Federal Trade Commission crackdown on scammers trying to capitalize on the economic downturn by targeting people facing financial hardship-In the complaint the FTC, jointly with the attorneys general of Kansas, Minnesota, and North Carolina, charged that Grant Writers Institute, LLC and its related entities (together, GWI) falsely told consumers that they were eligible for grants as part of the recently announced economic stimulus package -According to the complaint, the false and deceptive claims by GWI violate federal law, state consumer protection laws, and the FTC's Telemarketing Sales Rule- The complaint seeks a court order permanently stopping the defendants' illegal conduct and forcing them to return money to consumers injured by the scheme-"Stamping out grant fraud and other types of schemes that take advantage of consumers in dire financial shape continues to be one of the Federal Trade Commission's highest priorities," said David Vladeck, Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection- "There is no such thing as a guaranteed grant- But to consumers in financial trouble, the chance for extra income , guaranteed or otherwise , can unfortunately be a huge draw-"The FTC says since at least , GWI has mass mailed postcards to consumers across the country falsely claiming that the consumers "are Guaranteed a , Grant from the U-S- Government-" Consumers who call the number are pitched a book titled "Professional Grant Writer 'The Definitive Guide to Grant Writing Success-'"The company's telemarketers falsely claim that the book will explain how to get government grants , including the "guaranteed" , grant- GWI and its North Carolina-based telemarketers, also named as defendants in the complaint, then call consumers who have bought the book, trying to get them to pay hundreds of dollars or more for grant research, writing, or coaching services, falsely claiming a percent success rate in securing grant funding-In reality, few, if any consumers ever receive any grant money-The Commission contends that in addition to falsely claiming consumers were "guaranteed" to receive grants, GWI used the current government stimulus package to make its pitch- For example, when consumers called the number on the mass-mailed postcard, they heard a recording that said, "If you've been reading the papers you know that recently our government released billion into the private sector- What you probably don't know is that there is another billion that must be given away this year to people just like you-"The recording continues, "And if you're one of the lucky few who knows how to find and apply for these grants, you will receive a check for , or more, and we guarantee it - - - If you don't get a check for , or more, you pay nothing-"The following were named as defendants:? Landmark Publishing Group, LLC (d b a G-F- Institute and Grant Funding Institute);? James Rulison, individually and as president of Answer Customers, LLC, all located in Kansas-The complaint also names the following North Carolina entities as defendants:?
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Interestingyou could not be so right my friend-Dock I could not put those words any better Prez JFK said it best: Ask not what your country could for you, but what you can do for your country GOD bless this great land and may JFK watch over us while he rest in peace GOD BLESS AMERICA THE GREAT AND BEUTYFULL LONG LIVE AMERICA AND ALL THOSE ON HER, WITHIN HER, AND BESIDE HER- WITH BLESSING FROM ABOVEThey let me the same message- I did called the operator () and she told me that number is from an other country- So, from Quebec, you can't call back at this number because it's acting as a one way number (from the company to your house) when it's not a deserved area by the company- I made a complaint to National Do Not Call List, but this service is for canadien citizens and the damned company is from outside the country- I think, there's nothing we can do I got two calls from this number in a ten minute span- I didn't answer the first time, and they didn't leave a VMM- I answered the second time- She asked if ________ was home- I asked who she was- She said Valerie (I think)- Didn't offer a company name- I told her she had reached a wrong number, and that I was on the DNC list, and to remove the number from her list Your caller does not maintain this site or this web page- Your caller is not going to dutifully study random forum complaints and cannot magically determine which numbers should not be called based on anonymous comments One Job At A Time th Ave San Diego, CA Phone: move-in-cleaning-san-diego-ca-info One Job At A Time is specializing in move in and move out cleaning, janitorial and house cleaning services in San Diego, CA- House Cleaning Service, Janitorial Services, Commercial Cleaning , Move In Cleaning, Move Out Cleaning I went online to www-billy-com movers get-quotes where it stated that they would NOT share my information with anyone- Thinking that this was a site where they (BIlly) actually does the moving it was not- Billy-com movers is a middle man that will share your information with EVERY MOVER and their mothers, cousins, etc- I got a total of over calls from different movers- I did not want that- I am a professional at my job and I was being inundated with calls- I may have to change my number now- Ugh,do not use middle men,ever online- (This also includes www-limos-com who took the deposit w o the service,parents beware during prom)- Hope this helpsgetting calls from Starnet Paete caller IDtwice does not leave a message I called back told him not to call me and he quickly in a Patel way Okay and hung up You can file a phone complaint with the FCC on line Just type in FCC and you can file online I did this with other calls I really do not know why these types of people enjoy or make money on calling everyone's phone number and just as I am typing here we go unavailable picked up and no one and this is not the only number I have received this month-Remember file with the FCC online This is a number for a business called Sweetest Dreams owned by a TN DCS Team Leader named Catrina Bulloch- She appears to be a scam artist and has defrauded a private school in Memphis to get a low-income waiver and payment plan for her child when she claims her DCS salary but excluded the additional , per year from Sweetest Dreams which is supposed to be a "home inspection" company run from her home Received voice message from this number identifying himself as Chief Deputy Officer Donald Ladd- No message as to who the message was for- My husband called & left message to return the call which took place today - Info given that he had missed a jury summons for a grand jury case & that a warrant was being placed on him unless,long story short,we called the sheriffs office and was told it was a scam- Beware I received a call from this number at : a-m- from a man who said he was Carlos from the pharmacy- He said he was calling about my diabetic supplies- I told him I was not diabetic and I did not need any supplies- I also told him that I was on the 'Do Not Call'Registry and not to call me anymore- He said he was sorry and hung up- Shortly after that I receive a recorded call in any old man's voice saying,"Hello Seniors- You were referred for a personal medical alert system-" As the message went on saying something about , dollars I said that I was on the 'Do Not Call' Registry and hung up- That call could not be traced but I suspect it came from the same group that called at : a-m Follow up: So far no positive info- The address the person at Techs on line gave as a company address is " th ave New York City " ( GOOGLE IT )- They claimed to be registered with both the local Better Business Bureau and Chamber of Commerce- Haven't been able to find them on either- The history is- They called my mom and asked "IF SHE HAD A COMPUTER" hmmmmm it was only after she said yes that she was advised of the supposed error messages- I now must wonder if the error messages told them what her home phone number was- Has anyone check with Microsoft to see if the require all internet providers to provide all of the phone numbers of their users?