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Interstate National Dealer Services - Harrassing phone calls

I am on the National Do not Call list. For about 2 years I have been getting several calls a month from these "people". I have talked with the people in the call bank, who have very little capability to speak or understand English. I have told them I know this is a scam and not to contact me again. Today I received 2 letters in the mail. One had a Colorado address which is is a service called PostNet in Aurora, basically a mail drop. The other lists Interstate National Dealer Services in the fine print. Funny thing, both letters in envelopes mailed from ZIP 92799 which is Santa Ana, California. Now, if this "company" really ever reads this, I would like to know what part of Leave Me the *** Alone and I Do Not want this crap fake insurance do you not understand. You are breaking Federal Law ever time you call me. If I can find out this much info on you on the Internet in 30 minutes, imagine what a very talented computer user with an ax to grind could do. We could find you, who you are, and where you live. We could show up in the parking lot one night when you go to your car. This scam is aimed at a lot of elderly people. We didn't get this old by being stupid. We are tired of scammers trying to take advantage of us. Watch your backs, dudes. I hope someone with more $ and computer skills finds you. Have a nice day, now.Signed: A pissed off and fed up old lady!
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