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This is the 2nd call in the last 30 days from what obviously seems to be a questionable call center in another country initiating a call concerning "problems" with my internet connection. The ID spoofs "Cox Solutions S" and they are even using a phone number spoof of a retail Cox location in Rhode Island. Interesting that a retail Cox location in another state over 1000 miles from here is catching internet connections "errors" on my connection alone.
Spoofed number: 1-401-830-5400
For the record, my internet works fine 100% of the time no drops, no errors, no connection problems.
I knew this STIR/SHAKEN program wouldn't work because people are forgetting about the "V" code. The FCC should have required flagging unverifiable numbers...not good ones. If I saw a weird code preceding a Caller ID name...such as "[U]"...it'd get my attention. I never see the "V" so have forgotten all about it. The gov't only punishes or changes people or things not violating anything.
I wonder why they chose RI. Picking on the smallest state?
I'm sure the scammers didn't specifically choose RI but instead harvested a pool of valid numbers assigned to Solution Stores and started war-dialing. RI just hit someone willing to complain on the Forum.