713-965-6391 Landline Phone from Houston, TX

  3% Scammer

3 users reported receiving scam calls from this number.

  39% Missed Calls

39 users received missed calls.

  2% Automated Calls

2 users received automated robodialler calls from this number.

  4% Other

4 users noted this number as Other.

  9% Hung Up

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

  43% Not Sure

43 users aren't sure who this caller is.

Location: Houston, Texas

Zip Code: 77002, 77030, 77014, & 77029

County: Harris, TX U.S.A.

TimeZone: CT (UTC -06:00)

Company: Level 3

Phone Type: Regular Landline

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  • 713-965-6391

    Chirpy voice calling herself Emily. Said something chatty about an issue with her husband, then launched into winning a free cruise to Bahamas, Recorded, i blocked.

    2017-02-06 20:58:33Flag This Comment

  • 713-965-6391

    no infor

    2017-02-06 20:17:56Flag This Comment

  • 713-965-6391

    Called; no message. I blocked it thereafter.

    2017-02-06 20:17:56Flag This Comment

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  • 559-282-2648

    Automated: said I have a call for you, our representatives are assisting other customers, and then I am next in line. When they answered they said it was from "Bank Card Services", at this point I hung up.

    2017-09-20 23:05:53  Flag This Comment

  • 403-607-4905

    what business is this?

    2017-09-20 23:05:31  Flag This Comment

  • 717-219-5683

    I got a missed call and a message saying it was the IRS and I was going to be arrested or something, but when I look this number up it doesn't seem to be the IRS and I've been getting a lot of scam and telemarketer calls lately.

    2017-09-20 23:04:26  Flag This Comment

  • 903-294-0409

    Missed call...

    2017-09-20 22:46:07  Flag This Comment

  • 567-302-2107

    Debt collector

    2017-09-20 22:21:57  Flag This Comment

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