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1-928-260-0717

928-260-0717
Area Code 928; Area: Phoenix, AZ
The telephone number 928-260-0717 was being searched 125 times. The last time it was checked was 5/30/2020 8:36:09 PM . 3 comments were added to this telephone number . Other ways of searching this number are: 9282600717 , 1-928-260-0717 . Prefix 928 is the area code of Phoenix, AZ . So far 2 users have classified this telephone number as Scam suspicion , 1 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown .

COMMENTS:

26 Mar 2020

Asked if I was interested in a cash offer for a property. They didn't identify themselves and when I said no, they hung up.

Category: Scam suspicion

26 Mar 2020

Call three times in a row and left no message. Phone marked as potential scam. Would not trust.

Category: Scam suspicion

25 Mar 2020

They called me from the number 9282600717 No message left. Not calling them back. Waste of my time. I do not know who this is nor do I answer calls from people I don't know. If you don't leave a message I won't call you, and more than likely if I don't know you I won't call you back.

Category: Unknown

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