603-637-4555 Landline Phone from Bedford, NH

  2% Scammer

2 users reported receiving scam calls from this number.

  69% Missed Calls

70 users received missed calls.

  0% Automated Calls

0 users received automated robodialler calls from this number.

  1% Other

1 users noted this number as Other.

  2% Hung Up

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

  26% Not Sure

27 users aren't sure who this caller is.

Location: Bedford, New Hampshire

Zip Code: 3110, 3103, & 3803

County: Hillsborough, NH U.S.A.

TimeZone: ET (UTC -05:00)

Company: Verizon Business

Phone Type: Regular Landline


  • 603-637-4555

    This caller is a nuisance; calls me frequently and never leaves a message. I don't pick up and let the phone ring because I do not recognize this number.

    2018-05-17 00:36:45Flag This Comment

  • 603-637-4555

    Has been calling me several times over the past month with a few days between calls. Never leaves a voicemail and I never pick it up since it's an odd number.

    2016-06-21 21:24:32Flag This Comment

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  • 712-357-3185

    call numerous times a day. never leave a message. have no clue what they are about as I will not answer numbers I do not know.

    2018-07-18 01:41:28  Flag This Comment

  • 203-601-7854

    This very threatening calls says the police will be taking me into custody within the next 24 hours because of the 4 charges filed against me.

    2018-07-17 22:31:41  Flag This Comment

  • 239-265-9828

    constant calls no messages

    2018-07-17 22:13:31  Flag This Comment

  • 734-693-2234

    claimed they were returning my call about health insurance. nope.

    2018-07-17 21:56:02  Flag This Comment

  • 734-578-0296

    caller claimed they'd been trying to get in touch with me about overdue student loans... needless to say, i have no student loans.

    2018-07-17 21:55:08  Flag This Comment

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