(567) 236-8043 is a Business Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript Please do not hang up the phone this is an important message for the business owner there may be an incompletion error with your Google business listing that needs to be fixed in order for your customers to be able to find you while searching on Google please press 1 now so we can run a report to investigate the issue if the error is not fixed your customers may not be able to find you based on the services that you provide if you are the business owner press 1 to speak to a listing specialist who will run a report or press 2 to be removed from this last.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 1 year ago
Just last week, 13,097 people got Nomorobo protection!
" Rachael from credit card services" was the BAIN of my life for years. I no longer hear from her! After returning from several years in Europe, I found that I received 4-6 of these calls PER DAY!!! They have all but stopped. The few that do get through are reported. I actually changed my service from Comcast to Verizon for this reason!— Diane W, Nov 29th, 9:28am
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I signed up quite a while ago and it works great— M. W, Nov 29th, 10:19am
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