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I almost fell for this,please stop these scammers in their tracks,their next step is to send me first paycheck (to secure my employ) then want a part back for some reason leaving the 'nanny' with a bad check and getting a smaller yet good check from the nanny Scammers should be ashamed of taking advantage of kindly people Grrr Same thing happened to me, I did not answer the phone, they left a message saying they were the IRS and that they were going to take legal action and I need to call them back if I would like to settle out of court- I have dealt with the IRS before, and this IS NOT THEMI got more info on them, Played the game like they did- Called them and stated that I was from the AG's office- Aske what kind of business, he stated that they were a LAW Firm???

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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?

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You can choose to contact Zynga directly from the support site at Us Login_Web Full?Anyway he hung up angry at me stating do what you want to do- WE ALL MUST FILE COMPLAINTS WITH YOUR AG's OFFICE AS WELL AS THE FTC- If you get a letter or more calls, Save them, there are places that sue free of charge for you in Fed court- , per violation (you keep %) In just calls these guys have racked up FDCPA violations Thats , for me I was also called from this number- It was indeed from T-Mobile's (perhaps outsourced) "Welcome Center", which I confirmed via a call to Customer Service-I was mildly irritated to find that answering that call used up of my limited voice minutes, and suggested that charging me for the privilege of being welcomed to the T-Mobile community was not the best way to begin a relationship with a new customer-On the positive side, the Customer Service rep was very pleasant and helpful, and compensated me for the inconvenience with a few "bonus minutes"- She also removed my number from the marketing call list-IMO, T-Mobile has a minor glitch in their new customer marketing approach, but I was very pleased with the way they addressed my concerns-All in all, the experience was a net positive for me They called me five times today, I decided to let them see how it feels,called them times in a row and let them answer,"hello hello can I help you??