Robo Calls From 203-600-9827 Bugging Ct Residents

March 14, 2012
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Rick of Glastonbury is one of dozens of Connecticut people who have complaints about getting harassing phone calls from an energy audit company.

“I have received numerous calls, three today alone today.  These are robo calls from a company offering to conduct an energy audit.  Today I listened to the end of the message and was prompted to press 1 to talk to a representative.  When I did this no one picked up the phone,” he wrote me.

“I attempted to dial back the number listed on my phone (203) 600-9827 and received a message that that number was not reachable.  I am on the do not call list and re registered today in case I somehow slipped of the list.  My Google search revealed that this is a national problem.  This might be of interest to your readers.”

If you have a solution, besides the Do Not Call list, or have other callers like this, please let us know.

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5 Responses to Robo Calls From 203-600-9827 Bugging Ct Residents

  1. BobTrotta on March 15, 2012 at 12:08 am

    Rick-

    Have NO fear! The FCC has passed a new law that will “ELIMINATE” robo calls by this time next year. The calls will not be able to get to you UNLESS the company calling you has WRITTEN permission from you that they can call! I am SURE that this new law will be as effective at the Telemarketing Law of 2009 that says the information on your Caller ID has to be a REAL number of the company OR their agent calling you! I am SURE that you know how well that is working!

    MY solution to all of this is to get an AIR HORN and as soon as I get a LIVE person on the phone, I am going to blast it right into the phone! I am SURE that will work BETTER than any law Washington has passed so far! All I have to do now is find a store that sells these air horns! Guess I’ll have to go to a boat supply company!

    I report EVERY call to the FTC AND the FCC! By now, the FTC must have a file cabinet full with just MY complaints because I have been filing them for years! I only recently started to file the MORE detailed ones with the FCC! As far as I’m concerned it’s a waste of time! It’s ALL a JOKE!

  2. Jean Martel on March 15, 2012 at 6:57 am

    When any type of phone call are from someone selling something I pick up the phone and put it down for a period of time this really screws them up for a while..

    • Bob Trotta on April 2, 2012 at 3:35 pm

      Jean-

      That does NOT solve the problem. They will only disconnect within seconds and then call you back at another time. As far as I’m concerned, the air horn method will end these calls to my house because one by one they will see what number they just called and they will put me on THEIR DO NOT CALL LIST!

      Like I said, I file EVERY call with the FTC and the FCC. I have call blocking from ATT, I’m on the FTC Do Not Call list from the first day it was available, I tell them all that I am on the government Do Not Call list and to put me on THEIR Do Not Call list- ALL to NO avail. I have now taken the bull by the horns and will solve my own problem with them!

      • Elaine on March 24, 2013 at 8:34 am

        Oh yes! Air horn or loud whistle!! I don’t ask for these calls and they never expect the loud whistle in their ear! Love it!

  3. Marc on April 3, 2012 at 8:54 pm

    Received 3 calls today alone; have been on the supposed “NCL” for years too. Get tons every week; what good is caller ID when they manage to phone from “no where” and you can’t call back?

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