2 users reported receiving scam calls from this number.
35% Missed Calls
6 users received missed calls.
12% Automated Calls
2 users received automated robodialler calls from this number.
0 users noted this number as Other.
12% Hung Up
2 users reported the caller hanging up, or hanging up when the call is returned.
29% Not Sure
5 users aren't sure who this caller is.
Caller Location Information
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Zip Code: 78205, 78208, 78209, & 78260
County: Bexar, TX U.S.A.
TimeZone: CT (UTC -06:00)
Phone Type: Regular Landline
Community Comments About 210-245-4175
they asked for me then hung up
2017-10-18 19:59:11Flag This Comment
They keep calling saying I won a sweepstakes that I entered even though I've NEVER entered one. They won't stop calling.
2017-10-06 17:10:56Flag This Comment
frequent calls from this number, never a message, i called back and was put in a queue with a message "thank you for calling, someone will be with you shortly." I hung up.
2017-09-30 17:27:17Flag This Comment
Frequent automated dialer...connects to man who Identified himself as an Insurance Broker for several companies. Told them I am on DO NOT CALL LIST, please remove. I refused to give them my name...so it continues!!!
2017-05-01 18:26:03Flag This Comment
2016-11-18 22:58:08Flag This Comment
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An old friend text me, said he had just won money and saw my name on winners list. I would need to text these Facebook people for my winnings. But I have to come up with money first.
2018-01-19 03:10:24 Flag This Comment
2018-01-19 03:03:17 Flag This Comment
keep calling no message left
2018-01-18 22:09:09 Flag This Comment
Scam Scam Scam. Student Loan Forgiveness Program. I don't have any student loans. Then she asked me if I co-signed for anyone....no mam'. She just hung up.
2018-01-18 22:04:38 Flag This Comment
where is this from
2018-01-18 20:55:29 Flag This Comment
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