dont know them. dont want to know them. inna sum law 'gainst that shit??
Caller type: Sociopath
I called the # back this past Sat. July 31 and a recording said "Thanks for calling Customer Service," and asked me to enter my phone # if I wanted to be removed from their call list. The recording said it would take 2 business days to be removed from the call list. I am still getting two to five calls a day from the #. Very annoying.
And I live in Alaska, not Washington! I don't care about Seattle news; sorry folks
This is a marketing call from the Strib.
I suggest everyone do as I did.
1) called Strib and complained
2) filled a report with the Federal Trade Commision asking for an investigation by law enforcement of both Verawest and the Strib
3) called Strib and St.Paul Press and Kare11 tip lines to inform them of a story about the Strib being investigated by Law Enforcement after many consumer complaints to the FTC on there repeated violation of the Do Not Call laws
Do the same confront them don't let it pass or they won't stop.
Caller type: Telemarketer
Company: Represents Star Tribune
After a week of 2 calls a day I finally answered. "Toni" said she was calling with a "delivery notification." She went on about the Star Tribune sending out a new product to its suscribers in september. She then went on to ask if I was a current subscriber. I told her I was not interested and to add me to the company's "Do Not Call List." She was polite about it said that she would (although it sounded like she was eating something while she was talking to me). So far, no calls. I have never done business with the Star Tribune and my number is on the National do not call list so I have no idea why they started calling me. I recorded my conversation with her so if they call back I'm filing a complaint.
The telephone number 206-395-7171 appeared on my caller i.d. several times a day for weeks. I answered one day and there was a recording. I answered another day and a woman said I will be receiving a free Washington Examiner newspaper two times a week. I asked her to put my number on their Do Not Call List. She said I will still receive the newspaper, but asked if I would like to give them my email address. I said no. She then asked, if I received the Washington Post. I said no. That is a lot of work to give away a "free" paper.
Caller type: Other
Company: Washington Examiner
Keep getting messages saying "this is a service verification" but there is no mention of a company name or contact info -- which someone would leave if it was legit. What the heck is this and why don't they stop? We are on the 'do not call' registry so isn't this stuff against the law?
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