319 NPA CODE IOWA


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Area 319 is a phone number code located in Iowa. Area codes in North America were introduced in 1947.

Most of the phone numbers in the North American numbering plan belong to the US and Canada and a small part assigned to some locations in the Caribbean

Cities served by phone code 319 include: Burlington, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Marion, Waterloo

Area 319 posts

Report for 1-3193731163 - 2019-12-31
They called me. I called back. Asking for personal information.


Report for 1-3193100391 - 2019-12-14
Said "You are going to get sued" and hung up


Report for 1-3193100391 - 2018-11-19
Received a call from this number. No message left.


Report for 1-3193731163 - 2018-08-17
Called me by name and I would tell him not to call back. Then he said he was going to tell me where my parents work. Hmmm seems like a scam or telemarketer.


Report for 1-3193100391 - 2018-03-19
If the name is not yours, ask to also be taken off the list.


Report for 1-3193100391 - 2018-01-06
They've been calling me a couple times a week. I finally picked up since it was a local number and they asked for someone I never heard of. They have said it was a car warranty call, but I called the company directly and asked what the number is and they said they don't have a phone listing. So I'm pretty sure it isn't legit as I do not have a car.


Report for 1-3193100391 - 2017-08-26
called my place of work. When I called the number back I got the "this number is disconnected" message. This call was made to my cell phone number


Report for 1-3193100391 - 2017-07-29
Received same call on the answering machine saying it was a courtesy call from the irs I did call the number back and they said that they were looking for my ex-wife with the last name had my phone number before me for 10+ years. They were claiming that she had committed tax fraud and that I should call her back to get her this matter resolved.


Report for 1-3193731163 - 2017-06-13
It is a scam. I actually answered a call from these jerks (at 8:30 at night on a week night). I played along and gave them everything I had, which included a bunch of bank information, credit or debit card information, routing numbers, etc. Just to mess with them, I went to my computer and type in the telephone number 877-225-6462. I was prompted with an option to have my telephone number removed from the list. To be honest, this was my own doing. I was messing with these [***] and I ended up calling them back. The first time I called, they said "hello". I answered "hello" again. Then I asked what the name of their company was. He said "custservcesolutions" (I think? It was a long pause). I said "I am calling about some very important information. Is this phone number the one you gave me?" He asked for the call back number, and I give him the phone number. Then I said "Thank you very much and I will not call again". Then I hung up. I did not get any more of their phone calls. This was on the 28th. I get about five unwanted and unsolicited phone calls per week. Someone should do something about that. As someone else said: if you are a senior, it is very important to tell them no! If they do not stop calling, they will keep calling. Be as nasty as possible. Make sure you have access to the internet to mess with them. Asking them what they want is not a sure fire way to get anywhere. Have some fun with them for a few days. I made them put me on their "Do Not Call List" however I doubt they will get anything else. This is a fun and inexpensive way to get them to quit calling. As with most things, I would suggest messing with them. Be as nasty as you can. Get yourself some personal information. Do your own research. Ask questions as to where they are located. Make up a story, say there is a warrant out for you and tell them that you are at the police station. This is fun too. Tell as many lies as you can. Record one conversation asap. Be as rude as you can. Tell them you are a reporter and they will eventually hang up. If they complain, they will have a whole lot more fun, as in boredom, they will do it again