Did you get a call from 646-453-1349 ?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:2008/1/14 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
nancy
    called house twice. no one on the other end. i called number back and all i got was a busy signal. tried to look up on reverse search but all that came up was unlisted number in ny,ny. can't the phone company block them from making annoying phone calls?
Update Time:2008/1/14 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
CyberWiz
    YES!!!  Read my post on the previous page and go write snotmails to them.  I did, and even thjough I didn't ID myself I have not received even ONE more call from these bastards... Read their comment pages--Maybe they got the message FINALLY!!!
Update Time:2008/1/13 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
fed up
    two calls today from this number, identified only as "unknown"  Both calls were hang-ups.  I don't understand what they have to gain from hanging up--any thoughts?
Update Time:2008/1/11 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
whudgens
    I am getting about 4 calls by 1-646-453-1349 . They happen from 9:00pm-11:00pm at night. I am going to call that other # listed.thanks,
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
SUE THEM
    Creative Consumer: Avoiding the Dreaded TelemarketerEverything You Need to Know About the Do-Not-Call List and Stopping the CallsBy ELISABETH LEAMY-ABC NEWS Consumer CorrespondentNov. 12, 2007 —The Federal Trade Commission has penalized six companies a total of $7.7 million for calling people whose numbers are listed in the National Do Not Call registry.The FTC says one company got consumers' phone numbers by enticing them to enter a sweepstakes and telling them their phone number was their entry number. Another called people it did not have an existing business relationship with. A third failed to transmit the required caller ID information.Good to know the feds are looking out for your dinner hour. But you'd be surprised how many telemarketers are still allowed to call you even if you've signed up for the registry. How dare they and who are they?Political candidates. Imagine that, politicians carved out an exemption for themselves one that they will make full use of in the coming election year, I'm sureOpinion pollsters who will also be busy in 2008Companies that you already have a business relationship withCharities trying to raise moneyIt's still possible to eliminate future calls, even from these exempt groups. Many consumers make the mistake of shrieking "take me off your list," when a telemarketer interrupts them in the middle of dinner. Wrong. That request has no legal teeth.Instead, ask to be put on their list: their do-not-call list.In addition to honoring the national registry, telemarketers are required to keep their own list of people who have asked not to be contacted. If they call you again after you have made this request, you can sue them and collect compensation. The company could also face government fines of $10,000 or more. Keep in mind, big companies have multiple divisions. For example, if you tell the long distance department not to call you anymore, you may still receive cold calls from the cellular division.If you are not one of the 145 million people who have listed a number on the National Do Not Call Registry, time to stop procrastinating. Just go to www.donotcall.govYou can also call (888) 382-1222 from the number you wish to register. It takes about a month for telemarketers to start honoring your request. The legislation that created the Do Not Call registry is set to expire, but the FTC has decided it will continue to require companies to honor your request while Congress works to renew that law.You can register a landline phone or a cell phone. But if you've received an e-mail warning you that all cell phone numbers are about to be released to telemarketers, that's just a persistent urban myth. Don't worry.If after doing all this, you still receive obnoxious telephone come-ons, chances are the callers are crooks. Telemarketing fraud is devastating. Some people lose their life savings. The most common fraudulent phone pitches are: prizes that cost money, cheesy travel packages, untested health-care products, illegal investments, and fake charities.Know the SignsBy law, telemarketers are not allowed to call before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m. They must immediately state that it's a sales call. They cannot lie about prizes, investment returns or the price of what they're selling. If a caller violates any of these rules, you may be dealing with a fraudulent telemarketer.If a telemarketer asks for your credit card number, don't give it out unless you initiated the call.Sleazy solicitors often ask for your checking account number or other numbers printed on your checks. Never give those numbers out over the phone.Cold callers may ask for your personal information. Don't give out medical information, your driver's license number or social security number. Don't reveal your children's names or other family details.Never pay for a prize. If you've really won, you don't owe a cent. Free is free.Tricky telemarketers try to get people to make hasty decisions. Don't do it. Ask the caller to send you written information.Telemarketers target older people. If you're older than 65, lots of hucksters could come-a-calling. Single elderly women are a con artist's favorite "client."Where to ComplainTo gripe about telemarketers who break the rules or break the law, contact your state attorney general and the Federal Trade Commission. If the telemarketer is a telecommunications company, complain to the Federal Communications Commission.
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
    These aholes called my house THREE times yesterday. I'm giving the number to the State attorney general as well as the FTC. I am also posting an ad on Craigslist warning others about them.If YOU do this, make sure the ad is so good that the ENTIRE world will be calling them to ask about their "2000 Lexus for sale-$12,000". Keep the SOB's that harass US busy.
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Brian
    I received a phone call from (646) 453-1349 at 8:16 pm on 01-07-2008. The caller ID said: unknown.  I answered the call and there was no one on the line. I tried to call it back and it has been busy for one hour now. I did some research and this is the company where the number originates. Additional research suggests it is a research firm for John Edwards and his miserable attempt to run for president of the US. If you call their number, they will remove you from ytheir list. We need to do more than have our numbers removed. We need to iritate this asswpies as much as they have irritated us!!!!!!!Central Marketing, Inc.30 Irving Place   New York, NY 10003-2303 Phone: (212) 260-0070Fax: (212) 979-5647Fax: (800) 295-3170Email: cmcma9@aol.comCarol McMahon, PartnerGwenn Worth, Partner
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Outside Knoxville, TN
    I just got a call from that same number at 6:36  And they hung up on me too.  Hey Knoxville!!!!
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
knoxville tn
    Called 6:20 pm and hung up when answered.
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
JA
    Repeated phone calls from Navigata at 646-383-1472, 3-4 times daily.  Repeatedly ask for Brian, though they have been told nobody here by that name.  Have been told to remove our number from the call list, say they will do it immediately, but calls continue.
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
SUE THE BA$TARDS
    Creative Consumer: Avoiding the Dreaded TelemarketerEverything You Need to Know About the Do-Not-Call List and Stopping the CallsBy ELISABETH LEAMY-ABC NEWS Consumer CorrespondentNov. 12, 2007 —The Federal Trade Commission has penalized six companies a total of $7.7 million for calling people whose numbers are listed in the National Do Not Call registry.The FTC says one company got consumers' phone numbers by enticing them to enter a sweepstakes and telling them their phone number was their entry number. Another called people it did not have an existing business relationship with. A third failed to transmit the required caller ID information.Good to know the feds are looking out for your dinner hour. But you'd be surprised how many telemarketers are still allowed to call you even if you've signed up for the registry. How dare they and who are they?Political candidates. Imagine that, politicians carved out an exemption for themselves one that they will make full use of in the coming election year, I'm sureOpinion pollsters who will also be busy in 2008Companies that you already have a business relationship withCharities trying to raise moneyIt's still possible to eliminate future calls, even from these exempt groups. Many consumers make the mistake of shrieking "take me off your list," when a telemarketer interrupts them in the middle of dinner. Wrong. That request has no legal teeth.Instead, ask to be put on their list: their do-not-call list.In addition to honoring the national registry, telemarketers are required to keep their own list of people who have asked not to be contacted. If they call you again after you have made this request, you can sue them and collect compensation. The company could also face government fines of $10,000 or more. Keep in mind, big companies have multiple divisions. For example, if you tell the long distance department not to call you anymore, you may still receive cold calls from the cellular division.If you are not one of the 145 million people who have listed a number on the National Do Not Call Registry, time to stop procrastinating. Just go to www.donotcall.govYou can also call (888) 382-1222 from the number you wish to register. It takes about a month for telemarketers to start honoring your request. The legislation that created the Do Not Call registry is set to expire, but the FTC has decided it will continue to require companies to honor your request while Congress works to renew that law.You can register a landline phone or a cell phone. But if you've received an e-mail warning you that all cell phone numbers are about to be released to telemarketers, that's just a persistent urban myth. Don't worry.If after doing all this, you still receive obnoxious telephone come-ons, chances are the callers are crooks. Telemarketing fraud is devastating. Some people lose their life savings. The most common fraudulent phone pitches are: prizes that cost money, cheesy travel packages, untested health-care products, illegal investments, and fake charities.Know the SignsBy law, telemarketers are not allowed to call before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m. They must immediately state that it's a sales call. They cannot lie about prizes, investment returns or the price of what they're selling. If a caller violates any of these rules, you may be dealing with a fraudulent telemarketer.If a telemarketer asks for your credit card number, don't give it out unless you initiated the call.Sleazy solicitors often ask for your checking account number or other numbers printed on your checks. Never give those numbers out over the phone.Cold callers may ask for your personal information. Don't give out medical information, your driver's license number or social security number. Don't reveal your children's names or other family details.Never pay for a prize. If you've really won, you don't owe a cent. Free is free.Tricky telemarketers try to get people to make hasty decisions. Don't do it. Ask the caller to send you written information.Telemarketers target older people. If you're older than 65, lots of hucksters could come-a-calling. Single elderly women are a con artist's favorite "client."Where to ComplainTo gripe about telemarketers who break the rules or break the law, contact your state attorney general and the Federal Trade Commission. If the telemarketer is a telecommunications company, complain to the Federal Communications Commission.
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Bo
    They've been called 3 or 4 times a day for the last week. No answer when I call back. Lines always busy. Who do I report these *(&^(&^# to!
Update Time:2008/1/8 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Concerned
    I have been getting calls this last week, at least 10. I hope they are not getting more than our number. I started getting this number along with 321-253-2224 at the same time and reviews from that one do not look so great.
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