HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla - "Are you available?"
"What is your rate?"
"Can we get together tonight?"
Since late June, Nancy Caldwell, 60, says her personal cell phone has been bombarded around the clock with sexually suggestive text messages and voicemails.
"It was just uncomfortable," explained Caldwell. "It got to the point where it was intimidating because they would do this at all hours of the night."
The calls all had the same area code, 801. That area code is assigned to Salt Lake City, Utah. Caldwell says she doesn't know anyone there or anyone with that area code.
Still, the calls and texts kept coming.
"At first, (I was) just curious why so many phone calls and thought I could handle it," she explained.
Caldwell told ABC Action News she tried ignoring them but that did not curb all the messages. Next, she tried responding with, "you have the wrong number." That did not work either.
Finally, Caldwell, a secretary at Thonotosassa Elementary School, confronted one of the callers.
"I was like where are you getting this number?" she recalled.
The man on the other end told her he found her number under and escort's ad on Backpage.com.
The escort went by the name Julia, which would explain why many of the men used the name when they texted.
Caldwell said she had never heard of the site. So, she did some online research. What she found out she didn't like. The site has been investigated by multiple agencies, including the Hillsborough and Pinellas County Sheriff's Offices, for human trafficking and prostitution.
"I never even went to the site," she said.
Caldwell immediately contacted the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
She said she never contacted the site.
Her number was initially taken down, however a new ad using Caldwell's number was posted August 24.
As of Monday, she has not received calls and texts since mid August.
Caldwell contemplated having the phone company change her number, but says she decided against it.
"Guess this was just something I had to endure," she said.
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