Phone number 866-295-1576 specified in at least 68 complaints received by the Federal Trade Commission and 4 complaints received by the Federal Communications Commission. Last complaint date: July 9, 2019.
Complaints about 866-295-1576 calls or text messages received from California, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon and 15 other states.
Irvine, Vallejo, San Bernardino, San Jose, Riverside, Tustin, Mckinleyville, Elk Grove, Garden Grove, Los Angeles, Newark
The Villages, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Deerfield Beach
Consumer responses to the question "Was the call a recorded message or robocall?" in the complaints received by the Federal Trade Commission:
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Area code 866 and prefix 866-295 information:
Owner information for 866-295-1576 may include:
I received a call today frm phone # 866-295-1576. I was told to call this number because "window has expired. " I thought about it because I was having some problem with my computer. I then divided to plug this number in on my c- phone only to read that this is another scam from devils. I wonder how can "Window " expired. And I am glad that I did some investigating.
repeated calls form that number asking for renewal of Windows support contract
Another "Windows computer" scam. "Your Windows license has expired and Microsoft has disabled your Windows applications -- call this number. ..." The license doesn't have an expiration date!
Jenna called about "Cool car, cold cash get away" entry that was submitted and somehow I was"selected" for a $ 25,000 price....WOW !!
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Complaints reported to the Federal Trade Commission about the unwanted sales calls received after the phone number is on the National Do Not Call Registry for 31 days as well as the calls that use a recorded message instead of a live person. All information in the complaints provided by consumers and not verified.
Complaints reported to the Federal Communications Commission about the unwanted calls, robocalls, and telemarketing (including do not call and spoofing). All information in the complaints selected by the consumers and not verified.