860-405-7964

Was Marked as: Automated Call. Belong: New London, Connecticut - CT

860-405-7964 Information

Area Codes: 860
Prefix: 405
Subscriber Number: 7964
National format: 860-405-7964 / 8604057964
International format: +1 8604057964
Country: United States
Province / State: Connecticut - CT
City: New London
County: New London
Phone Type: Landline Numbers
NXX Intro Date: 10 Jan 1996
Rate Center: NEW LONDON
Latitude: 41.3556539
Longitude:-72.0995209
LATA:920
OCN: 9147.
FIPS: 09011
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
CBSA Code: 35980
CBSA Name:
Phone Company: Southern New England Telephone Co.

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    • Post by Guest,
      I didn’t recognize the # and didn’t answer. They didn’t leave a message, I suspect a robo caller.
    • Post by Guest,
      These calls are coming from a bunch of bottom dwelling, scum sucking, a-moral excrement heads. The best thing you can do is either block the number or don't answer. You see, the problem is that even just answering gives them data (you know, like the calls you answer and nobody responds). It verifies that the line (your number) is still validly active. This then gets passed around the circuits for other scams to try and contact you. Also, depending on how you answer, They may not even be trying to actually talk to you. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, answer a phone call with a greeting like "Yeah, Mike speaking..." or "Yes, this is Mike, can I help you?" Two things happening here. First, NEVER say "yes", "yeah", or anything but a simple "Hello" when answering. Especially a call from an unknown caller. Many of these scams are just wanting to record your voice for other vicious misdeeds. Like ordering that 85 inch flat screen and $3000 surround sound system and having authorization for the fraudulent purchase in YOUR voice. Second, "Hello, this is Mike...", now they have confirmed your name. Even if you don't say your last name, they likely already had that anyways. Now with a name and number confirmed, they can collect/confirm more of your info easier, even if they don't get any of your info directly from you. Answering with a simple "Hello, how can I help you?" may seem a little cryptic, cold, and rude at first. But anyone living with even a vague sense of reality now days will understand. It is the only real way to answer and screen calls without potentially falling into one trap or another. I would also suggest that unless you have to have your name in your voice greeting for work or other priority reasons, then just go with a simple and generic "sorry I missed your call... leave a name, #,.... and so on..." kind of voice greeting. It is an increasing thing that some of the scammers are actually hoping to go to your voice mail. Again, because it is still data for them. Or they might even be recording your voice greeting to dissect the recording to use your words, in your voice, for there deeds. And now, the IRS scammers (and some others) are even leaving a message for you. This is duping a lot of people right now, because, "Since when did these scammers start leaving messages? It must be legit!?!?" Well it's NOT!!! I am not expecting every one to google every number that calls them. But, with even just following the advice from this posting, you can decrease your chances of being scammed by an impressive amount. I did not mean to publish an article here, but I also can't stand back and watch the scams continue without at least trying to fight back. If just one person is spared the head ache and burden of being scammed because of my posting, than my mission is accomplished. Please, please, please feel free to cut, copy, and paste this to other scam number report postings. This all applies to any scam call you get from any number. Lets band together as the proud, hard working, English speaking, tax paying, contributors to American greatness that we are and stop these thieving low life human waste scum bags from continuing to prey upon us!
    • Post by Guest,
      These calls are coming from a bunch of bottom dwelling, scum sucking, a-moral excrement heads. The best thing you can do is either block the number or don't answer. You see, the problem is that even just answering gives them data (you know, like the calls you answer and nobody responds). It verifies that the line (your number) is still validly active. This then gets passed around the circuits for other scams to try and contact you. Also, depending on how you answer, They may not even be trying to actually talk to you. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, answer a phone call with a greeting like "Yeah, Mike speaking..." or "Yes, this is Mike, can I help you?" Two things happening here. First, NEVER say "yes", "yeah", or anything but a simple "Hello" when answering. Especially a call from an unknown caller. Many of these scams are just wanting to record your voice for other vicious misdeeds. Like ordering that 85 inch flat screen and $3000 surround sound system and having authorization for the fraudulent purchase in YOUR voice. Second, "Hello, this is Mike...", now they have confirmed your name. Even if you don't say your last name, they likely already had that anyways. Now with a name and number confirmed, they can collect/confirm more of your info easier, even if they don't get any of your info directly from you. Answering with a simple "Hello, how can I help you?" may seem a little cryptic, cold, and rude at first. But anyone living with even a vague sense of reality now days will understand. It is the only real way to answer and screen calls without potentially falling into one trap or another. I would also suggest that unless you have to have your name in your voice greeting for work or other priority reasons, then just go with a simple and generic "sorry I missed your call... leave a name, #,.... and so on..." kind of voice greeting. It is an increasing thing that some of the scammers are actually hoping to go to your voice mail. Again, because it is still data for them. Or they might even be recording your voice greeting to dissect the recording to use your words, in your voice, for there deeds. And now, the IRS scammers (and some others) are even leaving a message for you. This is duping a lot of people right now, because, "Since when did these scammers start leaving messages? It must be legit!?!?" Well it's NOT!!! I am not expecting every one to google every number that calls them. But, with even just following the advice from this posting, you can decrease your chances of being scammed by an impressive amount. I did not mean to publish an article here, but I also can't stand back and watch the scams continue without at least trying to fight back. If just one person is spared the head ache and burden of being scammed because of my posting, than my mission is accomplished. Please, please, please feel free to cut, copy, and paste this to other scam number report postings. This all applies to any scam call you get from any number. Lets band together as the proud, hard working, English speaking, tax paying, contributors to American greatness that we are and stop these thieving low life human waste scum bags from continuing to prey upon us!
    • Post by Guest,
      These calls are coming from a bunch of bottom dwelling, scum sucking, a-moral excrement heads. The best thing you can do is either block the number or don't answer. You see, the problem is that even just answering gives them data (you know, like the calls you answer and nobody responds). It verifies that the line (your number) is still validly active. This then gets passed around the circuits for other scams to try and contact you. Also, depending on how you answer, They may not even be trying to actually talk to you. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, answer a phone call with a greeting like "Yeah, Mike speaking..." or "Yes, this is Mike, can I help you?" Two things happening here. First, NEVER say "yes", "yeah", or anything but a simple "Hello" when answering. Especially a call from an unknown caller. Many of these scams are just wanting to record your voice for other vicious misdeeds. Like ordering that 85 inch flat screen and $3000 surround sound system and having authorization for the fraudulent purchase in YOUR voice. Second, "Hello, this is Mike...", now they have confirmed your name. Even if you don't say your last name, they likely already had that anyways. Now with a name and number confirmed, they can collect/confirm more of your info easier, even if they don't get any of your info directly from you. Answering with a simple "Hello, how can I help you?" may seem a little cryptic, cold, and rude at first. But anyone living with even a vague sense of reality now days will understand. It is the only real way to answer and screen calls without potentially falling into one trap or another. I would also suggest that unless you have to have your name in your voice greeting for work or other priority reasons, then just go with a simple and generic "sorry I missed your call... leave a name, #,.... and so on..." kind of voice greeting. It is an increasing thing that some of the scammers are actually hoping to go to your voice mail. Again, because it is still data for them. Or they might even be recording your voice greeting to dissect the recording to use your words, in your voice, for there deeds. And now, the IRS scammers (and some others) are even leaving a message for you. This is duping a lot of people right now, because, "Since when did these scammers start leaving messages? It must be legit!?!?" Well it's NOT!!! I am not expecting every one to google every number that calls them. But, with even just following the advice from this posting, you can decrease your chances of being scammed by an impressive amount. I did not mean to publish an article here, but I also can't stand back and watch the scams continue without at least trying to fight back. If just one person is spared the head ache and burden of being scammed because of my posting, than my mission is accomplished. Please, please, please feel free to cut, copy, and paste this to other scam number report postings. This all applies to any scam call you get from any number. Lets band together as the proud, hard working, English speaking, tax paying, contributors to American greatness that we are and stop these thieving low life human waste scum bags from continuing to prey upon us!
    • Post by Guest,
      These calls are coming from a bunch of bottom dwelling, scum sucking, a-moral excrement heads. The best thing you can do is either block the number or don't answer. You see, the problem is that even just answering gives them data (you know, like the calls you answer and nobody responds). It verifies that the line (your number) is still validly active. This then gets passed around the circuits for other scams to try and contact you. Also, depending on how you answer, They may not even be trying to actually talk to you. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, answer a phone call with a greeting like "Yeah, Mike speaking..." or "Yes, this is Mike, can I help you?" Two things happening here. First, NEVER say "yes", "yeah", or anything but a simple "Hello" when answering. Especially a call from an unknown caller. Many of these scams are just wanting to record your voice for other vicious misdeeds. Like ordering that 85 inch flat screen and $3000 surround sound system and having authorization for the fraudulent purchase in YOUR voice. Second, "Hello, this is Mike...", now they have confirmed your name. Even if you don't say your last name, they likely already had that anyways. Now with a name and number confirmed, they can collect/confirm more of your info easier, even if they don't get any of your info directly from you. Answering with a simple "Hello, how can I help you?" may seem a little cryptic, cold, and rude at first. But anyone living with even a vague sense of reality now days will understand. It is the only real way to answer and screen calls without potentially falling into one trap or another. I would also suggest that unless you have to have your name in your voice greeting for work or other priority reasons, then just go with a simple and generic "sorry I missed your call... leave a name, #,.... and so on..." kind of voice greeting. It is an increasing thing that some of the scammers are actually hoping to go to your voice mail. Again, because it is still data for them. Or they might even be recording your voice greeting to dissect the recording to use your words, in your voice, for there deeds. And now, the IRS scammers (and some others) are even leaving a message for you. This is duping a lot of people right now, because, "Since when did these scammers start leaving messages? It must be legit!?!?" Well it's NOT!!! I am not expecting every one to google every number that calls them. But, with even just following the advice from this posting, you can decrease your chances of being scammed by an impressive amount. I did not mean to publish an article here, but I also can't stand back and watch the scams continue without at least trying to fight back. If just one person is spared the head ache and burden of being scammed because of my posting, than my mission is accomplished. Please, please, please feel free to cut, copy, and paste this to other scam number report postings. This all applies to any scam call you get from any number. Lets band together as the proud, hard working, English speaking, tax paying, contributors to American greatness that we are and stop these thieving low life human waste scum bags from continuing to prey upon us!
    • Post by Guest,
      I didn’t recognize the # and didn’t answer. They didn’t leave a message, I suspect a robo caller.

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