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Area Code 637 does not exist. If you received a call from 637-797-9050, it is likely that the number was faked.
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  • Missed this call and canceled, after research White pages has this VoIp number as high spam/fraud.

    By: alison richards Posted 04/01/20 09:21 AM

  • FAX machine keeps calling trying to connect to a voice line

    By: anonymous Posted 04/01/20 09:08 AM

  • Calls numerous times a day never leaves voicemail

    By: anonymous Posted 03/01/20 17:19 PM

  • I have received texts for money donations from this at a rate of 5 per day for about a year. I once gave it a donation to make it stop, but it didn't stop. I don't know who it really is, though they claim to be the President or people close to the presi

    By: anonymous Posted 03/01/20 16:42 PM

  • scam trying to get me to click on a link for a camera app which would "verify" me

    By: anonymous Posted 03/01/20 09:35 AM

  • (909) 295-5372 called my cell phone, that is on the National Do Not Call List, two times at 6:29 PM on Sunday, 12/29/2019. My cell phone rang one ring and then stopped. About 10 seconds later it rang a couple of rings again and I didn’t answer it just inc

    By: anonymous Posted 02/01/20 21:06 PM

  • Called my unpublished number?

    By: anonymous Posted 02/01/20 13:46 PM

  • Spam and fraud

    By: anonymous Posted 02/01/20 07:02 AM

  • Reported by phone company as SPAM

    By: anonymous Posted 02/01/20 05:15 AM

  • Automated call that A cat had been reported missing. Showed up on ATT as Spam Risk.

    By: anonymous Posted 01/01/20 16:18 PM

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