859-960-3104

Was Marked as: Automated Call. Belong: Covington, Kentucky - KY

859-960-3104 Information

Area Codes: 859
Prefix: 960
Subscriber Number: 3104
National format: 859-960-3104 / 8599603104
International format: +1 8599603104
Country: United States
Province / State: Kentucky - KY
City: Covington
County: Kenton
Phone Type: Landline Numbers
NXX Intro Date: 03 Mar 2001
Rate Center: INDEPNDNCE
Latitude: 39.0836712
Longitude:-84.5085537
LATA:922
OCN: 0208.
FIPS: 21117
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
CBSA Code: 17140
CBSA Name:
Phone Company: Nuvox Communications Of Kentucky - Ky

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    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."
    • Post by Guest,
      I'm 99 percent sure this is a scam. It's "Drive4Cash," recruiting in "your area," claiming you'll make up to $20 an hour, and you'll get a $500 bonus after your 100th drive. They claim to be hiring nationally and internationally, too. I called the number back, and a robo-agent answered, claiming to be a live agent, "Sidney." The female voice can actually pass off as human, but they're not as smart as real people - yet. "What did you say your zip code was again?" it asks. "I didn't say," I answered. "So, what is my zip code?" It answers, "Great question. Let me give you to my hiring manager," which doesn't happen, as the robo-agent continues to ask questions, trying to determine "your area."

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