ORLANDO,Fla - Seniors across the country are saying they've been harassed by robotic
calls claiming they've been selected for free medical alerts.
The ads promise life-saving responses with just the push of a button.
Two former Live Response employees told Action 9 that some of the calls came from a telemarketing room near Orlando.
The woman said she quit working for the
"Because I feel bad. Because that's just not right. I wouldn't do that to my grandmother," she said.
She claims many consumers were on the
"A lot of people say, 'If it's free, why I have to pay anything?'" she said.
"We can cancel out that contract just to get them to sign up with
However, many Live Response telemarketers and managers weren't talking.
"We have a lot of questions about calls you're making here," said Ulrich.
"Get out. It's private property," said a manager.
Later, a manager said a Live Response
The company said it pays for numbers not on the