Warranty Center Phishing Phone Call Review

These people call almost every day, multiple times a day saying that my warranty on my car has expired or about to expire. They try to sell insurance for a car that I sold years ago. When told that I do not have this vehicle, they ask what I have currently.I have asked them several times to stop calling me. This call on 3/28 the guy got angry with me.When I do a reverse lookup of the phone, it looks like it is a cell phone number, however you can clearly hear that he/she is in a call center.

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