The number 1-800 has been incorrectly mailed to about 500 people. A spokesman for the company also said that letters of apology had been sent.
Buffalo, New York – A “Quote Processing Center” employee is typing some Western New York callers to an unprotected sex line due to a typographical error.
Instead of the correct 1-855 number, the 1-800 number with the same numbers was accidentally listed, a spokesman for the organization told 2 sides.
According to Sensei Gatsso, the website of the citation center, it helps cities, counties and other agencies, including Buffalo City, to raise debts.
The company handles quotes and other forms related to the Buffalo School Zone Safety Program.
Confirmation of competition Incorrect and misleading numbers were sent to 500 people who wanted to protest their $ 50 fine for speeding in the school zone.
The spokesman said the wrong phone numbers had been mailed for three to four weeks from mid-October. 2 A copy of the form has been sent to you by the viewer.
Parking Commissioner Kevin Helfer said the city learned of the spelling error Wednesday evening and contacted the company on Thursday.
The 500s were wrong, but Helfer was added Confirmation of competition Establishes the correct telephone number for the Urban Processing Center, which is accurately listed on each of the citations issued by the company on behalf of the city. The number is in the thousands.
The spokesman said that reading protection has been put in place for you to protect you from future incidents. He sent the wrong number and an apology was sent to everyone.
The spokesman added that most of the workers are currently working remotely due to the epidemic.
If you have questions about your quote, contact the quote processing center or pay your fine at 1-855-370-4229.