Did you get a call from 866-379-2003 ?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:2010/8/20 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    These people called me & they want to find out your personal information. DO NOT GIVE THEM ANYTHING!!!! They are a scam! However, I did some research & found out that they are from a company called - SP DATA RESPONSE MANAGEMENTHere is there website - www.spdatallc.comThe CEO's name is - Dan Plashkes (extension 5701).Please give this A-HOLE a call & harass him!! He needs a tate of his own medicine!!TORONTO1835 Yonge Street Suite 500 Toronto, ON M4S 1X6 416.915.3300HAMILTON110 King Street West Suite 500Hamilton, ON L8P 4S6 905.645.5610CLEVELAND, OHIO1500 West Third Avenue Cleveland, Ohio44113216.965.0018SOLANA BEACH, CALIFORNIA201 Lomas Sante Fe Dr Suite 310 Solana Beach, CA 92075
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Holly Lhousni
    They are calling about 7 times a day.  It is horrible.
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Joe M
    The best way to get these people is to register your phone number with the National Do Not Call Registry, and then file a complaint every time these people call.  They always use the excuse that they can call you because you made a purchase from one of their affiliates, but that is a bold faced lie.  The numbe I now have in Texas is not registered, but I am registering it.  When I lived in Baton Rouge, they kept pulling this stunt, and I filed a complaint every time they called.  They eventually quit calling.
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Harassed Slim Clip Customer
    I trace these harassing phone calls to a television advertisement I answered on 18 February 2009 for The Slim Clip money clip. http://www.slimclip.com/  I didn’t know about their web site at the time.  I placed my Slim Clip order by calling, from my landline phone line, the number from the television commercial.  I had never ordered a product by calling one of these numbers and it was a frustrating experience.  I was unable to speak with a real person at any time and their voice menu system kept trying to get me to buy more items before they’d complete my order.   When their voice menu system finally said that they had placed the order it did not confirm how many items would be shipped or what the total cost would be.  It did however, give me their Customer Service number, 866-305-1361, which I promptly called to clarify what I had ordered and what the total cost would be but I was unable to reach anyone.    I received my Slim Clip order on 3 March 2009 for double the amount of what I had ordered.  I called Slim Clip Customer Service at 866-305-1351 to tell them how displeased I was with their service.  They said all they could do was credit $10 back to my credit card which they did as “ONT*SLIM CLIP” on 5 March 2009.  They said I could send back the product I didn’t order but that I’d still have to pay the exorbitant shipping and handling charges on each item.  I told them that I thought they had ripped my off, that their voice menu system was misleading, and I was thinking of reporting them to the Better Business Bureau.  I had called from my cell phone and did not put the *67 to block Caller ID delivery in front of the number.  Later I found out from my cell phone company that your caller ID information is always delivered along with the call and it’s up to the call recipient’s Caller ID box to strip your caller ID information from the call.  If the call recipient has modified their Caller ID box they can have it ignore the *67 Caller ID block.     On 9 March 2009 I started getting several calls from 866-379-2003. I was curious about these calls I had missed so I dialed *67-866-379-2003 to block my Caller ID information in my return call to the number.  A woman answered, thanked me for returning the call and went into a sales pitch which included some free gasoline coupons.   I didn’t give her any information and thought the *67 had blocked my caller ID information.  When she asked if I still resided at my Columbia, Maryland address I hung up.  Almost immediately after hanging up I received a call from 866-379-2003 which I did not answer.  I continued to be harassed by calls from 866-379-2003 at 4:35PM, 5:59 PM, 7:53 PM, and the next day (10 March 2009) at 1:26 PM, and 4:44 PM.  I called my cell phone service provider about these harassing phone calls.  At 4:54 PM they blocked 866-379-2003 from calling my cell phone for 90 days. The block is free of charge and you can reinstate the block if you continue to be harassed after the block expires.    Although the call block has stopped 866-379-2003 from calling me I started receiving calls on 13 March 2009 from 954-671-6946 at 12:15 PM and from 909-650-9173 at 12:15 PM.  At 2:26 PM, without checking the Caller ID on my cell phone I inadvertently answered a call from 954-671-6946.  A female caller asked for someone with a name similar to my first name.  I answered that there was no one here by that name and hung up.  Then I realized the name the caller had asked for was the same as an incorrect spelling of my first name that had come on the shipping invoice from Slim Clip.    I received another call from 909-650-9173 at 10:29 AM on 14 March 2009.  I called my cell phone service provider and got both 909-650-9173 and 954-671-6946 added to my block numbers list for 90 days.    I attribute these harassing calls to Slim Clip.  Here’s what information I have on the Slim Clip Company.Attn Returns Department10303 Norris AvenuePacoima, CA 913311-866-305-1361Customer Service Number: 1-866-305-1361Slim Slip Replacement ServiceP.O. Box 5786Parsippany, NJ 07054-5786http://www.slimclip.com/  Shows up on your credit card as “ONT*SLIM CLIP”
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    calls from this number began showing up on my cell phone missed calls.  i found info online about this outfit, and decided to call and get my name off the list.  i hide my calling number yet as soon as they answered they called me by name.  my cell number is private, so i am at a loss how they got it but what puzzles me more is the fact they have part of my credit card number.  i called the bbb and was advised that this was a situation to be handled by federal trade commision.  they handle the telemarketing calls and also identity theft.  so if they do charge my account, or yours please call and report them to this toll free number  1-877-4357Caller ID: 866-379-2003Caller: unknownCaller Type: Telemarketer
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    I just got a call from some woman who started touting about a free $40 gas card, generally matching the previous entries on this website for this 866 number.  She spoke at about a thousand words a minute, obviously a well-practiced speech, leading off with an admission that the call “may” be recorded.  I received a fairly-similar telemarketer sales pitch only a few days ago for which website research suggested it was a result of a recent online purchase in which the telemarketer had the last four of my credit card number and wanted to mail me a bunch of information and a $50 gas card at a one or two-dollar initial rate, and I was thinking this was the same scammer.  I challenged today’s caller who claimed to know nothing of that offer.  Anyway, after enduring this warp-speed pitch for about thirty seconds, I was able to key in on certain phrases she made suggesting that they were going to bill my credit card for one dollar immediately, which would cause me to receive a package of info in the mail, and that if I didn’t cancel this “money saving service”, I would be billed $19.95/month until I did cancel.  I broke in and said, specifically, “You keep talking about billing my credit card. I won’t even confirm or deny that you have all or part of my actual credit card number correct, but even if you do, I do not authorize you to make any charges against my card whatsoever and promise that I will dispute any charges you do make”.  At that point, she lost interest with impressive speed, blurted out a couple more quasi-intelligible sentences about “my ability to cancel my subscription whenever I wanted to by following the instructions on the cover page of (whatever they wanted to mail me)” or some such tripe, then she hung up.  I then started doing some web research on the number she called from, finding this site among others.  Other people entering data here claimed that they made repeat calls stop coming by calling the 866 number back and pressing a certain key associated with a prompt to be removed from their call list.  I called the number to do this for myself, but a female answered.  I said I wanted to be removed from their list, the female confirmed if “this request was coming from ”, which was correct, I said yes, she said she would take care it, apologized for the intrusion and we were done.  Only time will tell if it stops the calls, but I’ve only had one (the original) so far.  I think its probably in a person’s best interest to specifically and verbally assert that he/she refuses to sign up for anything being offered by this telemarketer, because if they don’t, the telemarketer will bill their credit card and later be able to use the recordings to claim that “the cardholder didn’t tell us that we couldn’t bill his/her card for what we were offering”.  In other words, the cardholder (victim) has to specifically opt out, and the telemarketer knows that few will have the patience/tolerance to challenge the charges.  As an identity theft paranoid, I check my credit card account/pending charges online at least 5 times/week; here’s something new to keep a watch for.  These people are thieves.  On my planet, telemarketing is a capital offense…  Received this call at my office (ISDN line), for which Caller-ID displays only the caller’s number.
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Willis D
    This is an out right breach of privacy. They should be stopped!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Julie J
    Caller said they wanted to offer me free gas vouchers for being such a good customer. I said I was not a customer of their company. They responded that in the past, I had purchased a magazine, cd's or something similar from their company and they thought I'd want to hear about their offer. I said no and please put me on your dnot call list. She said no problem and hung up.
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:56:05 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    I called the number back and got a recording that someone has been trying to contact me with a money saving plan. I pressed 2 to be placed on their no-call list. Hopefully it works.
Update Time:2010/8/15 5:17:42 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    They called me at work and said the same thing... something about free gas and costs nothing for 30 days and then it will be 19.99 a month.i hung up
Update Time:2010/8/15 5:17:42 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    This sucks....4 times today...they just started and i guess from readign this i have alot more calls to look forward to.
Update Time:2010/8/15 5:17:42 | Call Type:Other WebSite
    I've gotten 4 calls today from this number!!  I haven't picked up, but I'm wondering how long they will keep trying.  I haven't bought anything online or out of the ordinary, but I did sign up for some info from online colleges.  The calls started literally about 20 minutes later.  I wonder if they sold my number??  Luckily I didn't give any credit card info, but it sounds like these sneaky pricks can get just about any info they want.
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