I received a call from this number and did not pick up, but I returned their call. They are MaxLend, a payday loan company, Someone had tried to take out a payday loan in my name, and they had my social security number and date of birth. This company called to confirm that I requested the loan, that I agreed to the loan terms, and the checking account where the money was to be deposited and withdrawn. I cannot tell you how thankful I am that they called to alert me to this activity. I have been a victim of identity theft two times in the last 20 years. It is conscientious companies such as this, using solid verification tactics before they disburse funds from electronic requests, that make me feel safer from thieves.If you are receiving calls from them, just chill. Call them back when you can, and find out why they called. If they are offering something to you, it is probably because someone you know listed YOU as a reference on their application, and they are cold calling to make sure your number is valid. While they have you on the phone, why not offer their services to you, too? You can always say 'no thank you' - you don't have to be ugly about it. This is NOT a scam company. They help people who need it and request it, and sometimes people who are attempting to commit fraud give out bad phone numbers thinking nobody will call. And don't criticize for some people actually using payday loans - they might not be as financially savvy as you and are just trying to get by.By the way, if you jump to conclusions and don't get all of the facts before you report a number to the State Attorney Office, they are not going to do anything. I know because I USED TO WORK IN THEIR OFFICE!