Question about Cell Phones
You can search for "reverse lookup" in any search engine to try to reverse-lookup residential callers.
Some popular telemarketer hunting sites include whocallsme.com and whocalled.us.
A quick lookup indicates the caller is
National Home Services
It's a high pressure sales scam for water heaters
Seems like a landline based in Toronto, Ontario.
Bottom line: Telemarketer, ignore them.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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