(407) 965-1439 is a Solar Scam
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- Transcript This is not a sales call your home is 1 of 50 selected homes in your zip code that is qualified to receive a $30000.00 solar energy upgrade using federal energy credits in addition each selected homeowner will receive a check for $10000.00 for evaluating the energy modification upgrades and for providing savings feedback to the Florida Solar Energy Commission once a year to understand how your home was selected to arrange a review of your home's eligibility and to claim your 100-1000 dollar federal reimbursement check press 1 now to speak to a scheduling agent again for information on qualifying arrangements press 1 now press 5 to decline your home's eligibility.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 8 months ago
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