Why am I receiving calls from no one?

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Ever since ported my toll-free number to Ring Central, we have been receiving calls from "nobody." Usually they are from California or somewhere in the South. No one is there when we pick up. When we try to call back the number, we get the message that the call cannot be completed as dialed or get no answer or rarely a generic voice mail & we never hear back from them. When we google the numbers, usually the numbers are not well documented, occasionally people describe the same as above. The calls come in waves - none for a few days and then 5 in 3 days or so. Has anyone else experienced this?
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I am very frustrated with this also. As a business owner it is not cool that I am having to pay from the minutes I am purchasing through Ring Central for some spammer to contact me at all hours of the day and night. Yes, I get calls at 1am, 2am, 4am waking me up. And yes, I do block that number afterward, but then just a new number starts calling me. Within the last week several different phone numbers from the US have called me at all hours and left no voicemail. But its nice to know that I funded their spam call. I would like a resolution to this as I am very frustrated and questioning my purchasing of Ring Central, and my recommendation of it to several of my colleagues. Chuck, Help!
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"Spammers" or "Ghost Calls" to your Ring Central number? I was glad to find your post and I imagine there are many customers like us getting these. I deplore having to be a conspiracy theorist, but what IF Ring Central is behind this since one's minutes are used up faster and customers therefore have to buy/pay more? I am 'so frustrated..."

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