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For the past 2 months I've been receiving phone messages from some guy claiming that I or someone in my home has a fully paid medical alert system that needs to be delivered (despite no one in my home being a senior Its clear that this asshole is just trying to scam unsuspecting seniors for their financial information, So after about 30 calls I finally answered and very clearly told him to "stop ******* calling us" and then hung up. The calls persisted, so I answered again, reminding him that he's a terrible human being and should probably kill himself. He still calls at random. At this point I don't know what to do. He's using a VOIP phone instead of a public phone line so I won't be able to do a backwards phone check. I don't just want this to stop anymore, this guy needs to be behind bars. Who should I report this too and how? If it helps, the number is 646-741-4788
Write down all the information about the call, time, date and jot down the conversation or better record the voice call. Check your caller washington function; even if it’s VOIP it can still make readout from VOIP calls. Dial “*69” to get all the information from the last call received, it can even track down blocked ID. Call your phone company; they surely have records of that call. You can also check you phone bills, where such call will be printed with information that you’re looking for. Once you got all the needed information, (caller’s phone number) contact the police and give them a copy of the caller’s information. The police can then trace the caller and issue a warning, if found to break the law, the caller will be facing a criminal charge. Scammers have one to many modus operandi to sneak and bag some cash from the elderly, they do preys on the elderly and the fully paid emergency alert system may have triggered the call thinking that an elderly is living in your home. Check out the resource section for additional info about phone scams that targets the elderly. It is growing and we need to help by exposing their modus operandi.