402-204-3858

402-204-3858 caller city of origin is Omaha 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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(402)204-3858

Omaha, Nebraska

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  • This number calls every day

    By: anonymous Posted 13/11/19 12:49 PM

  • Got a call this morning telling me that there had been some purchases made on my credit card without my authorization. The woman asked me to press a number on the telephone. Of course, I did no such thing. Scammers!!!

    By: anonymous Posted 13/11/19 03:26 AM

  • STOP CALLING ME YOU HAVE BEEN REPORTED

    By: anonymous Posted 12/11/19 19:27 PM

  • Calls attempting to renew some subscription that we don't and have never received. How do you spell Scam!!!

    By: anonymous Posted 12/11/19 09:01 AM

  • Asked if I had property to sell and said they were following up on a text they sent. Scammers and con artists.

    By: anonymous Posted 12/11/19 04:50 AM

  • appears to be an effort to get me to sign up to get pain medication

    By: anonymous Posted 11/11/19 20:08 PM

  • *** STUDENT LOAN SCAMMER ALERT *** This was a call that went straight to voicemail without ringing. This time, it sounded like a real person instead a robo call. Sarah went into her speech about how they could lower my student debt (which I don't have) a

    By: anonymous Posted 11/11/19 03:30 AM

  • (541) 474-3587 received call about Microsoft Auto Renew for $219.00 need to talk to agent to stop auto renew. Caller hung up when I informed them that I use a MAC.

    By: anonymous Posted 10/11/19 22:30 PM

  • FRAUD. SCAMMER. ILLEGAL FAKE DONATION SCAM. DONT ANSWER

    By: anonymous Posted 10/11/19 14:01 PM

  • unwanted solicitation to cell phone

    By: anonymous Posted 10/11/19 11:06 AM

  • Total scam do not answer

    By: anonymous Posted 09/11/19 19:03 PM

  • Spoof caller ID: Cheryl Brandis This is the robo 'Microsoft Subscription $299 Scam'. Been calling 2x/day since 21 October 19

    By: anonymous Posted 09/11/19 02:31 AM

  • repeat calls

    By: anonymous Posted 08/11/19 10:11 AM

  • They keep calling looking for Jennifer I don’t know who she is never her of her

    By: anonymous Posted 08/11/19 04:11 AM

  • Wanted my social security number or else!

    By: anonymous Posted 07/11/19 22:25 PM

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