(724) 254-7111 is a Business Scam
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- Transcript This is an important message do not hang up the phone your business listing may be at risk of not being seen on Google and other major directories online we've tried numerous times to contact you by telephone so we can check the status of your listing this will only take a few minutes of your time press 1 so we can quickly check the status of your business listing to ensure that it is active if your listing is not verified your business may not be shown causing customers to think you are no longer open for business press 1 now to check the status of your listing if you are the business owner press 1 now Press 2 to be removed from this list.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 1 year ago
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It appeared to be working well when I first signed up months ago. However, within the last 2 months or so it doesn't appear to be working at all. I got numerous political calls just before the election,with none of that nonsense bring blocked, and am still getting calls from some stupid Diane soliciting rug cleaning for which I cannot opt out. What happened to my robocall?— Sharon K, Nov 29th, 11:14am