My significant other received a voice mail intended for me...from a Dennis Boyd, stating that he was notifying me that I have 2 pending lawsuits he was going to serve me with. But if I called 888- 227-2017...the plaintiff, I could avoid being served with a summons. This number is for "Landmark", which I am not familiar with. The original phone number the call came from is 720 708 1000 which I have found is a number being used for a lot of fraudulent calls. Is anyone familiar with Landmark or the 720 phone number? Also, I didn't think it was legal to leave a msg like that on a 3rd party phone....but I could be mistaken. Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.
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