This Diabetes Depot scammer is so well known now that he's changed his number to 561-235-3906 and it comes up on Caller ID as "Florida Caller." Thanks, Torri, for the info on *57 and *60. I didn't know that. He called just yesterday morning again, so I'm sure I'll be hearing from him again. Why isn't he in prison yet?
I just learned to call *57 after they call and it reports their number to the authorities. Next dial *60 and you can block that number, you just need to follow the prompts to do so.
You know it is a scam company when they hide their name from caller ID, and just list their city and state. When you try to dial back all you get is a busy tone
Sounded likte call was coming from India. Claimed i was approved for a free testing meter by insurance company. He asked which company I have. I did not want to disclose any personal infor; so I told him I had two polices: Seattle Seahawk and denver Bronco. The guy replied "yeah that's the one let's sign you up".
I have been getting this call for the last three months. First, I talked politely saying I have no diabetes. Then again he called a month later, I was still polite thinking that could be an honest mistake. But after getting another call today, and finding out I was angry, he hung up on me. I re-dialed him and said I am going to report the number to police if I get another call from this number. He apologized and hope he understands it is not cool to bother other people for no reason. After googling, I found so many complaints here.
The number calls all day & they don't leave messages
Got calls from this number 'Diabetic Depot'...says they will send out a free meter with insurance information and Drs name...after speaking with them for a while..this business doesn't appear anywhere in Google. Seems like they want data for Drs , insurance and personal addresses/etc. --Possible scammer.
pathetic calls from this number keep calling again and again and searching for some unknown person
have gotten a call from this number 3 times a day for the past week. I called it back and got "hello?". its nobody important so just don't answer it
For me they keep asking for a miguel and im like this aint miguels number dont call three days later calls again is this miguel im like -_- i said no stop ***ing calling
I gave a sleepy "Hello" to go along with my act as soon as I heard that all too familiar telemarketer background crap. After the diabetes spill -I told him "Oh no, dude, I'm a vampire-I drink blood, I do not care if my victims have high blood sugar ...It's like drinking coffee or low blood sugar -then I just get a milkshake" -I even offered to come make him a vampire too and told him he had the perfect accent to be one. I started giving him advantages of being a vampire, how much you really have to drink each day -but once I offered to make him one and that accent -that did it, he hung up on me.