AntiCall is a user created reverse phone directory where you can:
- Lookup reverse phone numbers to find out who is calling you.
- Read other users' feedback about the phone number owner.
- Report telemarketing calls. Make the Do Not Call list offenders notice the problem by reporting their practices.

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they have been calling me for about 5 days now.
I just received a call from this number on my cell phone. The man on the other end said he was with a VISA sweepstakes and he was based out of Utah and that I had been entered to win $25000 because I had used my credit card to shop with, when I told him I don't own a credit card he said it was probably my bank card used as credit, he then started asking general survey questions, but never got around to asking anything personal because when it sank in that he said he was in Utah, but I recognized the 423 TN area code I told him I wasn't interested and hung up.. I'm going to go to the VISA website and report this to them.
This number keeps callin my home phone and asking for me , I am at work most the times the calls come but the first time they called they said it was about a job I had applied for , I have a job and wouldnt have applied for one in that area anyway , the second time they called they told my husband it was about something I ordered and wanted to know if he has access to my banking information. I call the number back from the caller id and it is a dead silence , no ringing , nothing and when i dial it in i get a buisy signal.I googled the directories and found it was a landline in Church Hill somewhere but i am asked to pay to retrieve the owners name and other information.I then googled just the number and see that other people as well are getting this call from this number and have reported it.
somebody keeps calling me and wont say nothing, when i call back its tells me all lines are buzy try your call again later.
if your getting a call from this number.... You have a delinquent account and need to call them back, they send there accounts to a National Collection Agency and it's not pretty. been there
ok, answer the phone.  be polite, ask for their fax number, the persons name.  then write it all down with date and time.  then tell them to place you on their "DO NOT CALL LIST".once you do this if they call again you can take them to court and sue for $500 for each call.if you dont want to deal with the hassle of taking them to court, take the fax number.  get 3 sheets of black paper, tape the ends together so that you have one long sheet.  now start to feed that into your fax machine and send it to them.  as it starts to go thru... tape the ends together to make it a loop.  about 10 minutes of this loop should use up most if not all of their ink/toner.  when they come to work the next day to call and harrass you again and see all the black faxes, the looks on their faces will be priceless.
There is nothing wrong in defaulting on your credit cards.  It's merely business.  Large corporations do it all the time.  If it doesn't make business sense to keep paying a loan on an asset that is not worth the original loan amount then they'll walk away.It's strictly business, people.  And so you should treat it as a business decision.  Can't pay your credit card bills?  Why stay awake all night worrying about it?  Just walk away.  It's business.  They'll understand.And if they don't, remind them that it is THEY who destroyed the economy and made it difficult for you to make a living or keep a job and therefore have enough money to pay your bills.  If they wanted you to pay your bills then they wouldn't have turned the markets into one big casino where only the house wins.Just walk away.  This is business, man, and I'm a businessman.
I keep getting multiple calls from this number.  Please stop calling!!!
They keep calling - get a robot answering 'wait while we connect you' then nothing...
I've repeatedly received calls from this number and they don't say anything when I pick up.  I don't have an account with them
Citicard for Home depot
that number calls me at least 15 times a day.
Home Depot cancelled my account because they missed my online payment (NOT ME) and now they want to be paid after they closed an account on a good customer!
This is a call from Home Depot Card Services and if they are calling you, you either have a past due account or they have the wrong number. They do not harass. Due to unfortunate circumstances, I became past due on my Home Depot Credit Card, at first I tried to avoid the inevitable thinking things would get better but they weren't. I finally felt guilty of ignoring their calls and picked up. I was pleasantly surprised that they were as nice as they were. Not condescending, didn't pressure me into any payments. It really was like they were checking on me because my past due status was not my usual way of doing business with my card.They worked out a 3 month payment plan, then after that, I had to make my normal monthly payments and then I could still use my card. Please, don't ignore them, either work with them or let them know they got the wrong number. In this day and age, it's refreshing to know that someone actually cared about my problem and didn't just ignore it to get what they needed from me.
solicitation call from a telemarketer for Home Depot...
This is Citi Bank calling about Home Depot Credit cards. They really are a nice bunch of folks and will work with you any way they can. Give them a listen and see what you can work out. Peace people
Kept getting calls from 423-477-6983. After a reverse look-up, I called Home Depot and our account is up to date. I blocked that number and started getting calls from the new number below. Home Depot thought it might be one of there solicitation calls.
This number belongs to Citi Bank calling about a Home Depot account that is past due.Power to the people!

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