202-601-5753 Landline Phone from Washington, DC

  67% Scammer

4 users reported receiving scam calls from this number.

  0% Missed Calls

0 users received missed calls.

  0% Automated Calls

0 users received automated robodialler calls from this number.

  17% Other

1 users noted this number as Other.

  0% Hung Up

0 users reported the caller hanging up, or hanging up when the call is returned.

  17% Not Sure

1 users aren't sure who this caller is.

Location: Washington, District Of Columbia

Zip Code: 20005, 20002, 20004, & 20001

County: District Of Columbia, DC U.S.A.

TimeZone: ET (UTC -05:00)

Company: XO Communications

Phone Type: Regular Landline

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  • 202-601-5753

    He told me I was approved for 5,000 loan.went too far when he said something about an iTunes card and send him $100.Then he would send money.

    2017-11-18 22:23:43Flag This Comment

  • 202-601-5753

    He said his name was David Cooper with Advance America loans and that I was approved for a $5,000 loan.

    2017-11-06 08:10:13Flag This Comment

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  • 205-536-7646

    Called on weekend, said Hi then hung up

    2018-03-18 01:02:08  Flag This Comment

  • 850-792-1381

    I got a scam call from a "Sergeant Davis" at this number saying I missed jury duty and owed$1000 bond immediately, or I would go to jail.

    2018-03-17 13:06:13  Flag This Comment

  • 415-360-9496

    I keep getting calls from this # ... I tried several times to call it back and a recording says to try again later... It’s animated and deflects anyone calling back... it’s seems set up that way... someone is phishing for personal info!!! So F ! annoying!!!

    2018-03-17 10:55:25  Flag This Comment

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    2018-03-16 23:44:17  Flag This Comment

  • 646-776-5835

    Missed call, no message left .

    2018-03-16 22:47:07  Flag This Comment

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