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Old 11-11-2009, 07:50 PM   #1
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Fishy Call from unknown number.....WATCH OUT

I got a call from a number that I thought was from my cousin, so I picked it up. Turns out it was a lady asking if I had sold my wife's ninja on craigslist yet. And that she was trying to find a replacement for a totalled bike

I sold it three months ago, and I found it weird that I deleted that posting after the sale, and they were still able to get my number, ask me details that were on the ad like the year, mileage and price.

I got suspicious and put the number into google and came up with a site that had people saying they get calls all the time from this number non-stop asking about their craigslist ads that expired months ago.

when i call back the number, it cannot be completed as dialed....wtf

THE NUMBER IS 734-214-3595
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Old 11-11-2009, 07:55 PM   #2
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734 area code =

Ann Arbor, (part of) Livonia, Monroe, Ypsilanti, Detroit Metro Airport (DTW); (278 may overlay 734; postponed indefinitely)
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Old 11-11-2009, 07:57 PM   #3
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WEBSITES REGARDING THIS NUMBER

http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-734-214-3595

http://800notes.com/AreaCode.aspx/1-734
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its probably a routing error in the telephone service, she may have saved the ad along with others while looking for a bike since she knows they disappear.
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Old 11-11-2009, 11:21 PM   #5
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Enough for people to post 2 websites about it? Unlikely.
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its probably a routing error in the telephone service, she may have saved the ad along with others while looking for a bike since she knows they disappear.
or its a fake number being put out by the caller's phone to hide their real number. common scammer tool. there's even an app to make iphones be able to do it too.
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or its a fake number being put out by the caller's phone to hide their real number. common scammer tool. there's even an app to make iphones be able to do it too.
maybe its just something like *69 or whatever to mask the number.
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