They have called my house probably 10 times on Saturday telling me I was approved for a $1,000 line of credit. I repeatedly told them I was not interested and to quit calling but they just continued. My daughter said they have called already 8 times this morning. When I tell them I am going to report them to the Better Business Bureau, they hang up but then they end up calling back. Anyone know anything about these people and how do I get them to stop??? I am on the Do Not Call list and have reported them there but they also call from several different numbers.
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