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Exchange 1-305-224-XXXX

Location: Florida, Homestead, Miami-Dade County
Approximate number of phones: 688
Carrier: Bellsouth Telecomm Inc Dba Southern Bell Tel & Tel (Landline)
Mr. Number records show that there are at least 1,309 active phone numbers with the prefix 305224 out of a possible 10,000. Numbers in this exchange are both mobile and landline phones. Phone numbers beginning with 305-224 are allocated to Florida, in particular Miami and Homestead in Miami-Dade County. Public records tell us that 48.40% (633) of subscribers are men and 51.60% (675) are women. Median household income in this part of the country is $43,957 and 55.79% of housing units are owner-occupied.

Recent comments about numbers in 1-305-224-XXXX

Reported on Oct 20, 2014
Some spick that doesn't speak English keeps calling. Scam!!!
Reported on Sep 21, 2014
Reported on Sep 9, 2014
Reported on Sep 4, 2014
abusive weirdo scammer - we need to find these aholes and stop them
Reported on Aug 27, 2014
This guy calls 3 times a day. Most times no body is there. When they finally did come on line I told him to stop calling and he threatened me and said he knows where I live and will get me but never said what he wanted. When I told him he calls 3 times a day and to stop calling he said tell me who I am. When I gave him the caller ID and location he said then what is my name and he said he would not stop calling. I don't know who this guy is just that each time he calls the number is 305-224-1787 in Homestead FL and he refuses to indentify himself.
Reported on Aug 26, 2014
Calls, no sound, then recorded "good bye" then hangs up
Reported on Aug 22, 2014
No message when voicemail picked up
Reported on Aug 22, 2014
Appears to be a scam wanting computer information
Reported on Aug 21, 2014
Caller left no message when my answering machine picked up. Guess it wasn't important!! If this is the same bunch of foreign sounding dipwads everyone is describing, they have called before many, many times. I'm no idiot, but they are. Tell them I have no computer and still they call and call and call again. Like I'll be turning over my computer to some whack job who calls out of the blue! My neighbor said her mother got caught up in this mess. How dumb is she?!! Not this old lady! LOL
Reported on Aug 20, 2014
This may be more than a telemarketers nusance call but a SCAM !!! This happend to me, but I caught them trying to access my passwords and other vital infomation and shut my computer down, I had to change all my passwords and security questions, took a day. BEWARE!! if this happened to you that may have your information. Below is example: Better Business Bureau is alerting consumers to a phone scam in which the caller claims to be from Microsoft. The caller offers to solve a consumer’s computer problems or sell him or her a software license, all in an effort to gain remote control access to the consumer’s computer. Recently, several consumers called BBB to report they received a phone call from a “Microsoft employee” who told her he had recognized a virus on her computer. From almost the instant one such phone conversation started, the consumer realized the call was not made with good intentions. The man identified himself as being from Microsoft tech support and said he had identified that my computer had a virus the consumer said. The scammer then directed the consumer to go to her computer and proceeded to give directions to ‘get rid of the virus.’ Thankfully the consumer works with computers on a daily basis, realized almost immediately that the directions being given were the same steps she follows when her IT department needs full, remote access to her computer. The consumer did not allow the caller to proceed any further. According to Microsoft, once these scammers have access to the computer they can install malicious software, steal personal information, take control of the computer remotely or direct consumers to fraudulent websites where they are asked to enter their credit card information. Microsoft’s Online Safety and Security Centre states that neither Microsoft nor its partners make unsolicited phone calls. Here are some of the organizations that cybercriminals claim to be from: · Windows Helpdesk · Windows Service Center · Microsoft Tech Support · Microsoft Support · Windows Technical Department Support Group ·Microsoft Research and Development Team (Microsoft R & D Team) BBB advises consumers follow these tips to protect themselves from scammers attempting to access their computer: · Go through your service provider directly. If you are concerned your computer may be exposed to viruses or other security threats, contact your service provider directly. Some providers offer free tools that can help detect and remove viruses. · Install virus detection. To help protect your computer from viruses make sure you have virus detection software installed on your computer. This software can also help identify if a virus appears on your computer. · Don’t trust cold calls. Never give out personal information, over the phone, to someone you don’t know. If the caller claims there is a security threat to your computer, hang up and call your computer company directly. · Find a computer repair company you can trust. Go to to find a BBB Accredited Business you can trust. - See more at:
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