(302) 870-8025 is a Business Scam
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- Transcript Hi This call is concerning your local Google business listing our system is showing your local Google listing is currently not managed or has not been properly claimed and verified which can cause your listing to display improperly or in some cases to not display at all this is usually an indication to Google that your company may be out of business if you are the business owner press one to speak with a live local listing support representative Press 2 if your business has already been verified or to be removed from the list.
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- Call Activity Last detected 1 month ago
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