WhereOrg Will Post Your Mobile Phone Number
WhereOrg created this listing with my mobile number attached and without my permission, referring to my deceased dad's business, but with the wrong address. How accurate are their other listings?
I really wish I knew where these folks got my contact information. I've had to set my mobile phone to go directly to voicemail, since I kept getting calls from people wanting oil changes or rebuilt alternators or brake jobs or what-have-you. I would not recommend using this website to look for business information, as they clearly do not verify anything that they post. I didn't even have to verify my phone number to claim this listing, but hopefully people will stop calling.
|Standard industrial classification code:||9222|
|Estimated number of employees:||0|
|Annual sales estimate:||0|
|City / suburb:||Thorndale, TX|
Absolutely nothing. This business is closed. The lights are off. There is no inventory. There are no employees. The state took back the tax ID decades ago. This business entity does not exist in any form, and hasn't existed since long before WhereOrg.com did.
None, zero, nil, the null set, the opposite of all, and no others.
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