I have been tolerating these stupid "final notification that your car warranty may be about to expire" phone calls for months now, maybe years, I haven't kept track. Over the past few months however, they seem to be coming with increased regularity, not only on my home phone number, but now on my cell phone as well. Until recently, I always just hang up as soon as the familiar recorded spiel begins. A few calls ago, I got on the phone with an agent and asked that they stopped calling me. She was off the phone in about 2 seconds. Two other calls since then, I chose option "2" which supposedly will automatically remove your number from the call list. Today I got another such call. As I stood up to retrieve my cell phone, I half-jokingly told my wife, "I need to take this call before my car warranty expires!" Wouldn't you know, there they were again. This time I exploded at the agent, who responded that she could remove me from their call list, but she did not have to put up with my profanity. Good. Don't put up with it. Never call again and never hear it again. I also submitted a complaint at FCC.gov. Is anyone else getting these annoying calls? I checked my cell phone log, there are 4 toll-free numbers listed that I believe are the same bogus car warranty calls. In the interest of outing these leeching scumbags, the numbers from my cell phone log are: 800-219-7425, 866-209-7845, 866-147-9959, and 877-728-9891. I can't call the numbers back, they automatically disconnect. Any ideas on how to ditch these losers?