Thanks for the comments and this page. I was AT HOME and picked up the call. I got a moment of silence, then a click. Why call if you aren't going to even speak?
And yes, I foolishly looked into imotors.com last night. What a waste of my time.
Call was from auto dealer marketing center from internet inquires that I placed. I missed three calls and called them back. They were polite and when I asked to be removed they removed me.
855-275-7180 is a company call ELEAD1ONE. They are a third party company hired by auto dealerships to solicit their customers. I keep receiving calls from this number and finally called back. The rep told me the dealership name and proceeded to slam the phone down. I called back to have a supervisor remove me from their system. She was very corteous. I inquired on vehicle pricing directly from Ford because I wanted to do research before contacting a dealership. They shared my info without my consent. I received 2 messages directly from the dealership and then apparently they shared my info as well, again without my consent. The last call I received from them stating they were the dealership came in on a Sunday. In the state of Michigan auto dealerships are not allowed to be open on Sundays.
it appears to be a nissan dealship for me.. i gave a local dealership my phone # and now i am getting non stop calls... pretty easy, i work for a super large corp in our city, i just called nissan and said take me off the calling list everywher or everyone in this company will hear how horrid you are.
Just annoying car business, same as when you get an insurance quote
I have requested information on vehicles from dealerships before, so I am assuming thanks what this is from, seeing as others have said so. I have yet to answer the call, and just ignore it. Eventually I'll get sick of it, and tell them to bugger off!
Received a call from 855-275-7180 every day this week, twice, three times a day. Reached my limit today and called the number. Being nice, asked if he wouldn't mind telling me who the number was attached to since I "was truly concerned and just kept missing the calls." Key Hyndai of Milford, Ct. It sounded like he worked for a call center that car dealerships use to follow up on cars that you may have looked at recently. I am now calling the dealership and requesting them to remove me from their interested in their vehicle list, since I am no longer interested in their cars.
Just received a call from them with no voicemail. If it is truecars.com - I haven't been on that website for while a long time.
I requested an auto quote, specifically (and only) from Truecar.com. Received 3 calls within 6 hours
I recently requested an auto quote online. It is related. Answer and ask to be removed.