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Morgan Drexen Won’t Stop Calling Me.

A reader from Ohio reported the following issues regarding Morgan Drexen telemarketing.

“Morgan Drexen. Unless they want to buy me out im filling suit against them very soon.

They have been calling non stop to finish our conversation and finish paper work. Even though I have NEVER spoken to them other than my recent calls to tell them to stop calling me.

Automated Message telemarketing. I went to speak to the man who’s is the voice of the automated message and told him to never call again that I was on the national do not call list.

Still recieved more calls. Then spoke to him again and he said he cannot remove me from the list that im not on it.?.? His supervisor had to do it. Which he wouldn’t transfer to him.

Then the supervisor only had a voice mail which was told under law it is a $11,000 fine to continue calling me and that I will file suit 3 calls were already reported to the complaints of the do not call.gov site.

Sure enough I still got more calls. More than a month of this now.”

If you are receiving automated calls from Morgan Drexen, please comment below and list the phone number they are calling from.

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