Hello this is Amy (or Joe, or Brooke)

I have received about 20 calls in the past 2 weeks on my cell phone. Most often during the week – any time of day: 9am, 10am,11am, 12pm, 2pm, 6pm. Sometimes on the weekends. When I answer, even if I say nothing, the call starts with an automated voice. "Hello this is Amy, can you hear me all right? or "Oops, having a little trouble with my headset, this is Brooke, can you hear me ok? or "Hello, this is Joe, I am a trip advisor…"I’ve never engaged long enough to know what they want but it is very annoying.

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