229-598-3385 caller city of origin is Albany and the territory is United States . county is unknown. Sort of phone used for calling is unknown . Please check general information, community rating and reports about this phone number. Don't forget to leave your rating and comment about this number, to help us improve our community database.
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Albany, Georgia

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  • Scam call not in Hawaii.number scam

    By: ahmet korol Posted 20/09/19 10:15 AM

  • received a call from this group who claims to be pc matic and stated if I did not respond they would be taking $199.99 from my bank acct. and I never had pc matic. when I called I got a hindu indian who said he could help me cancel the acct. I told him I

    By: anonymous Posted 20/09/19 04:22 AM

  • No response

    By: anonymous Posted 19/09/19 23:38 PM

  • Holly called to schedule a review of our phone service. I told her she'd have to leave a message. She gave me her name and phone number. When I asked what company she is with she said Utility Telecom and they work with our provider, Comcast. We don't use

    By: anonymous Posted 19/09/19 07:23 AM

  • This call is coming from someone saying they’re from Bathfitter. I never gave Bathfitter my contact info and they have the wrong name. I’ve asked them to take me off their calling list 3 times and they continue to call. Sometimes when it calls, it’s just

    By: anonymous Posted 18/09/19 23:28 PM

  • This number has called me over 25 times a day. When I answered, a man was yelling in another language, possibly Italian. I asked them to stop calling, but they just kept yelling. I marked the number as spam. Noticed I still get 10+ voicemails a day in my

    By: anonymous Posted 18/09/19 23:10 PM

  • Apple ID scam

    By: anonymous Posted 18/09/19 11:47 AM

  • Its a bogus phoney baloney scammer. didnt even need to answer to know that. Even after i signedup for the donotcall.gov i still get bogus call. and i havent even entered my phonenumber online or use social media.

    By: anonymous Posted 18/09/19 10:02 AM

  • Repeated calls received by my 75 year old mom (living in North Dakota) from this number, advising she won Publisher's Clearing House. She sent them money. Guy told her she could tell nobody until she had the money or she'd lose the prize.

    By: anonymous Posted 17/09/19 23:02 PM

  • scam about national grid. I don't have national grid.

    By: anonymous Posted 17/09/19 07:36 AM

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