Newest comments in Area Code 717

Scam says that intentional fraud and lawsuit filed against me from United States government.
Mary R (Rochester, United States) Jun 26 2018, 9:19 pm Post
Angry MoFo (Manheim, United States) Nov 19 2014, 12:28 am Post
get my number off your list and dont ever f:-king call me again!! your newspapers are garbage especially anything written by brian hambright. what an amateur. i will never buy your papers and neither will anyone in my family!!
ANDREW (Woodbridge, United States) Feb 17 2014, 10:39 pm Post
Dear Gust('s) This IS a "SPOOFING" type of Scamming Call; Do Not Give ANY Name Number Or Other Info Over Phone.
    This OLD 7172038889 # formally belonging to an "Amber Albright" IS BEING USED BY SCAMMER's Trying to "rip you off" "Trick you into believing on most of their call's to you that they supposedly are with "Card Member Service's" or "You credit company calling to negotiate Lowering Your interest" The only thing they are trying to lower is YOUR CREDIT RATING and BANK ACCOUNT!"
         See the Full "Amber Albright" Story And SAM (Explanation Reply To Amber) AT "7172038889 who calls me from 717-203-8889?".
SAM (York, United States) Jan 16 2014, 11:21 pm Post
Calls claiming this is my "last chance" to lower my credit rate.    Held to talk to representative to make sure it was really true ;) but she hung up on me.
Guest (Hauppauge, United States) Jan 13 2014, 8:57 pm Post
Spam sucking telemarketer
kd (United States) Jan 6 2014, 3:04 pm Post
A woman called me this morning claiming that I owe a debt and that she is attempting to collect it. When I asked for written verification of this debt, she became angry with me and refused me that, in direct violation of fair debt collection law. There was also no pronouncement that this call was attempt to collect a debt before she began speaking. I do not tolerate this sort of abuse and will be reporting it to my state's regulatory agency at the first of the week, as this woman also thought it was a good idea to wake me up on a Saturday morning.
elaine (Mechanicsburg, United States) Nov 16 2013, 2:18 pm Post
Txt message left to call this number about my "account at Beneficial Savings Bank."    Since I've never had such an account I assume it's a scam call.
Mike (Philadelphia, United States) Oct 10 2013, 12:08 pm Post
I've long been receiving automated notifications saying a prescription for "James D**** " is ready for pickup. But that is not my name.    I finally grew tired of the calls and found this useful website. I phoned RiteAid customer service at 800-748-3243.    ( = 800    RITEAID ) . Spoke with a rep named Cathy.    She asked me my phone number (which they already obviously had), then she promptly removed me from the auto-notification list. She was thorough and checked several different areas within the RiteAid computer system that could possibly generate the notifications, including a "Wellness Plus" area. I never was asked my name, and I never gave it to her. She was friendly, courteous, and even apologized for the error.    You can easily put an end to these notifications.    It's not a scam. In my case, James D**** had my cell phone number at sometime in the past, then cancelled his service.    Verizon wireless re-assigned it to me when I signed up as a new customer with them a couple years ago.    RiteAid still thought they were dialing HIM.    Simple mistake, no scam.
EJ (Feasterville Trevose, United States) Sep 19 2013, 3:00 pm Post
Rec'd call from this number but didn't leave a message.
Guest (Lancaster, United States) Aug 13 2013, 6:01 pm Post
This guy tried to scam me on my car that I posted for sale on craigslist. here is the convo from my text messages.

Him (7:06pm): "is this still available for sale? kindly get back to me asap..." he then copied the details from my craigslist add and pasted them in the text.

Me: "Yes, it is still available, we can schedule a time/place like walmart to meet if you like."

Him: "Im ready to pay your asking price and to be honest, i want to buy this for my brother as a gift for him. I am a marine engineer that works on the sea at the moment. Phone calls and visiting of website are restricted but i squeezed out some time to check this advert and sent you a text regarding it. My payment mode would be PayPal as i can send money via PayPal anytime. I will be responsible for all the pay pal fee/charges on this transiaction if you"

Me(7:30pm): "How would your brother recieve the vehicle if you are at sea?" (wary of scam)

Him(2:48am!!!!!!): "as soon as you give me your paypal email address and i pay you up, i will arrang for the pick up. so i want you to give me your paypal email address so that i can pay you up immediately."

Now i was sure it was a scam and upset about the hour of the night so i did not reply. I googled his number this morning and found this site!!!
m (Findlay, United States) Aug 7 2013, 1:55 pm Post
pa firefighters assoc , telemarketer
Guest (Waynesboro, United States) Jun 22 2013, 6:11 pm Post
This guy is a scammer!!!! Look his number up with his name. Google him you will also see this black dumb monkeys picture.         Dom-with-no-dick spooner.
Guest (108.195.87.*) May 18 2013, 6:26 am Post
UNKNOWN, and I never answer these calls.    It hung up before the answering machine picked up.    A good sign it's someone I don't want to talk to. . . .
Guest (Emmaus, United States) Apr 24 2013, 4:52 pm Post
They call a few times a day, I answer and they say nothing then hang up, I call back and it says the number you are trying to reach cannot be reached at this time. Im having the police trace it.
lynn (Etters, United States) Apr 23 2013, 2:27 pm Post
just got a call from 717 - 780 - 6000, did not pick-up, but, thanks for the input from this site
wayne (Zelienople, United States) Apr 16 2013, 5:46 pm Post
Stop calling me from this number this number calls me repeatedly everyday its annoying
amber (Amarillo, United States) Apr 16 2013, 1:11 am Post
(717) 827-6170 - scammer trying to get PayPal info via text while pretending to purchase vehicle -
Dan (Vancouver, United States) Apr 13 2013, 6:20 pm Post
Its a vacation place....probably trying to sell timeshare etc
Guest (Fairfax, United States) Apr 12 2013, 11:29 am Post
Here's a copy/paste worth passing on from another comment I saw and tried out; In my desperate search to stop these calls, I'm so thankful I read elsewhere of this do not call service that serves a small number of companies that call consumers; email or call 866-246-7196. Give them the caller's phone number to see if it's on their list and your number to add it to the do not call list.
Aurora (San Rafael, United States) Apr 8 2013, 11:34 pm Post