Caller: Probably Insightrix Survey
Someone said this was Insightrix. I believe this to be true because my College in SK is working with them and they are also sending email surveys to my College email account these days. So not spam. Just an Insightrix survey. They are connected with your College and want to know how you like it in order to improve it for users.I didn’t answer the call but the puzzle fits.
insightrix from Saskatoon. Best to just block the number. If you call any helpdesk, they will spam your phone with calls for days after.
This above phone number called my house 2 times..Im surprized that these callers are such losers and should get a real job.. Called tonight, didn't pick because I don't know anyone in Saskatchewan! 306657200called again 2nd time in two weeks. Wanting to speak to the person who has this number that they asked for . Asked for his name and if they can contact them etc. They said something about he recently ..purchased the cell in Saskatoon ? I want to know why Sasktel gives out these personal numbers this is crap... they should have a privacy act...dont people have any rights??? Not impressed.... Sasktel didn't give the # out..... you can find anything on the web. sasktel doesn't give #'s out to anyone get your facts straight before you start blaming companies. It's just like airmile and the stupid cruise captain calling and using your cell to call other people. Sasktel has no control over that either but yet people blame sasktel. This number from a company in Saskatchewan doing a survey of the last college or university you went to. I just got a call from these Insightrix people. They even offered me money to take survey's!!!!
2 complaints this year
18 total complaints
Anonymous on (647) 974-7715
Anonymous on (519) 330-6118
Social Security Scam
Anonymous on (647) 957-7038
Please stop this number calling me!
CBD Collections... on (613) 746-4160
i called back number (613) 746-4160 reached iVR for CBD Collections Service Limited.
Anonymous on (613) 522-6555
this call is from a spammer, total fraud