MERIDEN, CT - SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE CO.
A few considerations:800 (866/877/etc) nurmebs are not physical nurmebs, they point to a line that exists *somewhere*. Once a company is done with a toll free number (common for nurmebs used for limited campaigns, less common for main #s they hang on to) it goes in the cooler and usually is retired for a 3 to 6 month period. After that, the telco makes it available again (keeps them from running out of nurmebs and maybe a certain combo spells out something someone wants), at which point it is used either for a temporary campaign or for a more permenant, main toll free number.So, that this number called a few people in 2003 has no bearing on it actually being the same company as the one that's calling now.Looking at the domain name registration, it appears that the register is in Panama City, Panama. The above comment that they're in the country of PA makes sense. Technically, .US is the US, .IE is Ireland, for example, and .PA is Panama. So nothing shocking there.Their web server and name servers are located in Romania. Their name servers are both on the same /24, which means if someone wanted to knock them or their host offline, it'd be real easy and get their attention, I'm sure.
Caller type: Fundraiser
Company: XVpDNC xybyqnuyqwxe
Instead of "Telemarketer", they should pbaborly say "Need Insurance?" on the ID. Maybe that'll be the next step in evolution.In India, most telemarketers have switched to using cell phone numbers to get better call pick up. But SMS is pbaborly the better move I get on an average 5-6 telemarketing SMSs everyday. I do like some of them like computer service, pest control, insurance.. so I store them because you'll need them someday. I just don't like talking to them when I don't need it.
Caller type: Collection Agency
Unknown number calls twice a day and never leaves messages. How annoying can that be? I'm on the DNC registry but it's useless.
Caller type: Telemarketer
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