Just wanted to let you know there is a new (or maybe it's not so new ) scam for telemarketers to get around the do not call list.
They use an automated system on which a message is recorded.
This past January I got a call from Peruzzi, a local car dealership here in Bucks County PA (suburban Philadelphia), wishing me a Happy Holiday.
I had briefly, many years ago, visited his lot and looked at some cars.
Next, a couple of months later, I got another call or two and I informed them that I was on both the PA & US Do Not Call Lists. I asked them to take me off their lists and did get mad at them.
A month later or so, I got another call from them, this time through a "Voice Messaging Center" that let me hear the message and I called and told them again to take me off their list.
Last week, I got another call, and listened to the instructions on how to instruct them to take me off their list and I did.
Tonight, I got the same call but this time, could not hear a Peruzzi message but heard that "we will try again later".
I immediately sent a message to the Attorney General Tom Corbett and now of course, I am here.
Whatever you do, don't patronize Perruzi Dealerships.
Here is the "Voice Messaging Service" number: 866-849-3243.
Has anyone here had the same experiences?
P. Edward Murray