I received a call a little while ago from an "Investigator Stevens (?)" of this bank. He did not identify the company he was calling from but the call came into my home and my cell from a 214#. I let the call go to voicemail and he left a message with an 800#. Out of curiosity I called the 214# and it was some kids cell phone in god knows what state. He said he's been getting all kinds of weird calls. I called back the 800# and left a message that I was returning a call.
So my question I guess is, has anyone else experienced this? Is this CA calling and routing the caller ID through other peoples phone numbers? Can they do that?
And who else does this CA represent because I can't think of who they would be at this point?
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