Did you get a call from 206-376-1535 ?Report it and help to identify who and why is calling from this number. Also report unwanted calls to help identify who is using this phone number.
Update Time:2010/8/16 5:10:10 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    The number 206-376-1535 is listed on a response to a vacation rental on craigslist to use for a honeymoon. Is this a scam???
Update Time:2010/7/20 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    We received a request from Kendra Sosa for a ten night stay at our vacation rental on the Sunshine Coast for their honeymoon. The spelling and language usage was that of a person whose 1st language appears to not be english.  They informed me that they would be sending a check through a courier to pay for the rental and stated that it was the husband's employer paying for the honeymoon as a wedding gift.  A few days later, they emailed us again to tell us that a mistake had been made by their employer, and that the check included their traveling expenses as well.  They sounded very sincere and expressed that they hoped they could trust us to send them back their money. After a period of 2 weeks, and without a check arriving, I contacted them via email, and advised them to cancel the first check and request that the employer reissue 2 separate checks so this issue could be resolved.  I have not heard back from them.  The two telephone numbers they left are not legitimate.
Update Time:2010/7/20 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Please take the time to read this post.  I have included links to back my assertions up, and this information may save you a lot of grief.  I hope you will all find it helpful.This is a variation of a common "work at home" check processing scam.  Either the funds they send you are no good and will eventually bounce, or they are stolen funds that they are going to funnel through you.  In either case, at some point in the process you will be asked to disburse some or all of the money to someone else.  They have a million stories, many of them credible sounding.  (Oops, my slightly confused elderly mother sent you the money for the airfare as well, please send it back, send it to the travel agent, you name it - they have all sorts of tales to tell.)BTW - Never, ever, for any reason, disburse money on behalf of a third party.  Not only are these types of scams being used to rip you off, they are also being used sometimes to funnel money to terrorists.  If you unwittingly send money to a front for such a group you could have some serious consequences to face, including charges related to money laundering and/or aiding terrorists.  While you probably will not be charged, you can run up a lot of legal bills and go through some very unpleasant experiences while you prove you are a victim, not a criminal.Please take a look at: Also, from the FBI ( ):RENTAL AND REAL ESTATE SCAMS03/12/10—Individuals need to be cautious when posting rental properties and real estate on-line. The IC3 continues to receive numerous complaints from individuals who have fallen victim to scams involving rentals of apartments and houses, as well as postings of real estate online. Rental scams occur when the victim has rental property advertised and is contacted by an interested party. Once the rental price is agreed-upon, the scammer forwards a check for the deposit on the rental property to the victim. The check is to cover housing expenses and is, either written in excess of the amount required, with the scammer asking for the remainder to be remitted back, or the check is written for the correct amount, but the scammer backs out of the rental agreement and asks for a refund. Since the banks do not usually place a hold on the funds, the victim has immediate access to them and believes the check has cleared. In the end, the check is found to be counterfeit and the victim is held responsible by the bank for all losses. Another type of scam involves real estate that is posted via classified advertisement websites. The scammer duplicates postings from legitimate real estate websites and reposts these ads, after altering them. Often, the scammers use the broker’s real name to create a fake e-mail, which gives the fraud more legitimacy. When the victim sends an e-mail through the classified advertisement website inquiring about the home, they receive a response from someone claiming to be the owner. The “owner” claims he and his wife are currently on missionary work in a foreign country. Therefore, he needs someone to rent their home while they are away. If the victim is interested in renting the home, they are asked to send money to the owner in the foreign country.
Update Time:2010/7/1 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
William Carrillo
    Got the same email request from a Terry Pack, trying to rent my timeshare for his honeymoon. The email came from this address: terry pack , I requested an upfront payment before proceeding with any reservation request, I'm waiting for his reply.
Update Time:2010/1/22 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Larry Stidam
    Paula I received an email about a vacation rental posted onCraigslist with this same phone number using a name of TerryPack. Scam?
Update Time:2009/11/16 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Little RIver lodge
    Called from Craigs list ad requesting a 7 day stay for honeymoon gave the name Terry pack! Stated sent money for reservation however the third party paying( a relative included there food and travel expenses in it and could we take our reservation amount and return difference western union.gave the above number as a mobile number.
Update Time:2009/10/31 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Gave the name Dennis Cole, tried to make a reservation at our luxury property (came from Craig's List) under the story of requesting a place for honeymoon. I called the number and it said to fax then to leave any message. His emails he did not sign and had typos like someone with a brain impairment.
Update Time:2009/10/31 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Received same message in response to Craigslist ad.  Same name, same number.Scam indeed.
Update Time:2009/10/23 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Response to a vacation rental on craigslist to use for a honeymoon . Gave the name Dennis Cole with the phone number. This popped up when looking up the number. Is it a scam.
Update Time:2009/6/29 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Response to a vacation rental on craigslist to use for a honeymoon . Gave the name Rosemary Buckingham with the phone number. This popped up when looking up the number. Is it a scam.
Update Time:2009/6/12 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    looks like this number is part of a "craigs list" scam
Update Time:2009/6/12 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    paula:did you get this phone number from a "craigs list" response?
Update Time:2009/6/4 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    does not leave a message
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