(713) 280-7983 is a Fake Google Robocall
Do not answer.
- Transcript My name is Tommy and my phone number is 713207983 again and 713-280-7983 this is an important message for the 8 Act owner manager you guys came highly recommended for me to call Also I saw you guys on Google which is pretty cool I'm calling because I need to find out are you guys accepting new customers because we are getting a ton of homeowners wanting replacements and I need to find an h. back order to send these potential new jobs too in this area so if you're accepting new install jobs give me a call today or tomorrow you can even a quick text on this number saying like hey tommy send me more info and I'll get right over to you again we are getting a ton of new homeowners when the replacements excel.
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- Call Activity Last detected 11 months ago
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